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Future of Crypto is brighter than ever, says Bitcoin.com’s Ver

By Bloomberg
09 December 2018   |   4:15 pm
Roger Ver, chief executive officer at Bitcoin.com, discusses if we've reached a floor on the recent selloff in bitcoin, his outlook for cryptocurrencies, regulation of the industry, Bitcoin cash and mainstream adoption.

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