Affirm CEO Levchin Says Bitcoin Is Closer to Going Mainstream

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Apr.21 — Affirm founder, chairman, and CEO Max Levchin discusses his company’s acquisition of Returnly, an online purchases returns service, and how the company fits in with Affirm. He also talks about what consumer trends he sees making a comeback and how he feels about cryptocurrency going mainstream. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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