New things to come: a 'multibillion-dollar' idea and 'clones' in crypto industry

New things to come: a 'multibillion-dollar' idea and 'clones' in crypto industry

Young millionaire plans to open crypto bank in Australia, Opera launches its crypto wallet, the UK warns about 'clone' firms, Coinbase announcements

At its core, you’ve got to remember, just because the price of Bitcoin has gone down and people feel angry, that doesn’t reduce the interest.

Fred Schebesta, an Australian entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Finder

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