Implications of brave new world of crypto, distributed ledger tech

Data suggests Bitcoin is not particularly useful as a portfolio hedge against risk-asset volatility or inflation. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - Cryptocurrencies are having a moment.

Whether you're on the trading floor or at the kopitiam, it seems you can't escape whispers of Ethereum or Solana.

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