Blockchain Association executive director on potential for crypto regulation

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    Over the weekend, bitcoin’s performance continued to dip down to around $52,000 after rumors that the Treasury Department is planning to crackdown on cryptocurrencies. Kristin Smith, executive director of the Blockchain Association, joined “Squawk Box” on Monday to discuss bitcoin, the rumors and the future of the crypto market.

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