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Just don't be the one holding the baby when the bubble bursts.

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White said that with crypto "there's really no asset. There's no underlying product or service or feature there that is driving the price. It's really just the hype and the attention".

She should talk to the banks who have already started integrating crypto related services.

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No, of course it's not collapsing, because they keep their big Ponzi alive. Like in sine curves, they pushi it up to attract new investors, then extort quite a part of the money and then the next cycle. It's their money printing machine, in poor countries, dictatorships and of course in the original area of IT grey zone , money laundering gang and hacker gang circles.

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Just don't be the one holding the baby when the bubble bursts.

Or just wait until it moves up again, as it is doing now, and will continue to do over the next 12-18 months.

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No, of course it's not collapsing, because they keep their big Ponzi alive. Like in sine curves, they pushi it up to attract new investors, then extort quite a part of the money and then the next cycle. It's their money printing machine, in poor countries, dictatorships and of course in the original area of IT grey zone , money laundering gang and hacker gang circles.

Who is “they”?

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This might be the 'they'.

Large banks like JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have launched crypto trading desks, and wealth management firms, such as Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo, provide access to crypto through their products and funds.

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