Novogratz Predicts One of the Most Important Years for Crypto

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Sep.01 — The appetite for cryptocurrencies has increased since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, especially for Bitcoin. Michael Novogratz, founder and chief executive officer of Galaxy Digital Holdings, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss his outlook for the cryptocurrency space heading into the end of the year. He says that cryptocurrencies are here for good, and that Bitcoin and Ethereum are not going away.

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