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Protect yourself from the next crypto crash

Due diligence and risk management are key to navigating the volatile sea of digital assets

In June 2022, Bitcoin reached a low of US$17,600, its first tumble below US$20,000 since 2020. PHOTO: REUTERS
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When the price of cryptocurrencies tumbled some time in May this year, I got pretty excited.

Unlike some investors who may have lost sleep over the falling value of their digital assets, I saw it as an opportunity to "buy the dip".

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