Keiser Report | Bank Scam Capital of the World (Allegedly) | E1766

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In this episode of #KeiserReport, Max and Stacy compare a recent Reuters report suggesting that the UK is the ‘bank scam capital of the world’ with comments from a deputy at the Bank of England claiming bitcoin could cause a financial crisis.

Max chats to Rodolfo Andragnes of about his upcoming conference in El Salvador and what bitcoin has enabled across Latin America.

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