Investors are Comfortable With Bitcoin, Ethereum: Hong Kong Experts

Investors are Comfortable With Bitcoin, Ethereum: Hong Kong Experts

Experts are starting to see a growth in the number of investors and investment firms that have become comfortable with Bitcoin and Ethereum, despite their recent volatility. In an interview with CNBC, experts including major Chinese bitcoin exchange BTCC CEO Bobby Lee and Dave Chapman, managing director of Hong Kong-based commodities and digital assets trading house Octagon Strategy, revealed that investors have become resilient toward the volatility of Bitcoin and Ethereum. Getting into mainstream. Chapman stated: "We're now sort of at ... a tipping point, where people are now....


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