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Digital currencies will decouple from Bitcoin, Messari Co-Founder says

By Bloomberg
18 December 2018   |   2:57 pm
Ryan Selkis, Messari co-founder, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Mike McGlone debate whether digital currencies will decouple from Bitcoin.

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