Vanguards have decided to release a statement to clarify their stance of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In this video, I’m going to break down the statement and highlight what I think is interesting and give my thoughts on what I believe is fair and what I disagree on. Will Vanguard ever have a Crypto ETF?
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