Why Bitcoin Is the Hedge That Never Was

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Advocates of cryptocurrency have long touted Bitcoin as the next generation of currency hedges, predicting that it would replace traditional hedging assets such as gold and Treasury-protected securities. However, despite all the talk, Bitcoin remains unproven in a real-world high inflation scenario. Will the current surge in consumer prices put Bitcoin to the test? Presented by @CME Group: https://www.cmegroup.com/openmarkets/quicktake-by-bloomberg.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=paid_social&utm_campaign=quicktake_evergreen&utm_content=more_insights

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