A survey recently published by Bitwise Asset Management reveals that very few financial advisors have allocated digital assets for their clients’ investment portfolios, however, more claim theyre planning to invest in cryptocurrencies this year. More than 400 financial advisors responded to Bitwises survey in December... Read More
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