Why JP Morgan’s CEO calls Bitcoin regulation a “serious issue”

Why JP Morgan’s CEO calls Bitcoin regulation a “serious issue”

In his annual letter to his shareholders, J.P. Morgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon addressed the status of regulations towards Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in the United States. At the beginning of the letter, Dimon calls 2020 a “strong” year for the banking institution in spite of the pandemic Covid-19. Dimon seems to have changed his […]


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