WallStreetBets founder: Bubble is a boomer term

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    “It’s because of what happened in the financial crisis that bitcoin was born,” Jaime Rogozinski, the founder of the subReddit WallStreetBets, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Wednesday. “A lot of the language around there revolved around this idea of centralized power, centralized money and government.”

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