Is the cryptocurrency bubble about to burst?
More than 800 cryptocurrencies have gone bust in the past 18 months.
Bitcoin is down 70% since peaking in December.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
There are about 1600 of them [cryptocurrencies]…— Craig Pheiffer, Absa
I view them as speculative…— Craig Pheiffer, Absa
India and China has banned them completely…— Craig Pheiffer, Absa
The first rule of investing is that you must understand what you’re investing in.— Craig Pheiffer, Absa
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