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Bitcoin beliefs: Jamie Dimon and Mike Novogratz

By Bloomberg
10 January 2018   |   1:45 pm
After bitcoin rallied as much as 350%, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon now says he regrets saying bitcoin is a fraud while famed Wall Street trader Mike Novogratz has laid out plans for a crypto merchant bank described as the 'Goldman Sachs of Crypto' according to a person familiar.

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