Crypto is at a mainstream inflection point, says Paradigm’s Coldebella

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    Gus Coldebella, Paradigm chief policy officer and leader of the Crypto Council for Innovation, and CNBC’s Kate Rooney join ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss Coinbase’s direct listing and the main regulatory issues with bitcoin.

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