While many global financial institutions are slowly climbing on board the Bitcoin train, a few are still not feeling the virtual currency, such as the governor of Australia’s central bank. Bitcoin frenzy is in full swing, as is evident by the launch of futures trading by Cboe and that the total market cap of all cryptocurrency hit half a trillion dollars. More and more global financial firms are becoming active in the crypto world, but
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