Yahoo Finance poll: Will crypto come up at Thanksgiving dinner? 58.6% say yes

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Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Julie Hyman discuss the Yahoo Finance poll that looked at whether crypto will be a topic of discussion at Thanksgiving dinner.

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