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The regulators are coming for crypto: What investors need to know

CryptocurrencyMay 16, 2021 12:00PM ET
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The regulators are coming for crypto: What investors need to know

Just this week, Ether (ETH) breached the $4,000 mark while Bitcoin (BTC), the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, recently hit another all-time high at over $63,000. Meanwhile, Dogecoin (DOGE) continues its roller-coaster ride after "Dogefather" Elon Musk's appearance on Saturday Night Live and news about digital artwork fetching eye-watering prices in the form of nonfungible tokens is all over the airwaves.

Crypto is hot, whether you like it or not.

Camilla Churcher is the global head of business development at Celsius Network. Camilla has vast experience in traditional financial services, Wall Street firms and fintech startups. After receiving her Master's at the University of Edinburgh, Camilla launched her finance career, starting as an analyst for Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) and later for Citigroup (NYSE:C). Most notably, Camilla served as the director of prime derivatives services at Credit Suisse (SIX:CSGN) before becoming Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)'s director of prime brokerage sales. Before joining Celsius, her most recent position was as the head of sales at LGO, an institutional digital asset exchange.

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Rick Baier
Rick Baier May 16, 2021 9:36PM ET
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The same banks that give you 0.15 percent interest on your savings account then charges you 3 percent on borrowed money. They can all burn
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Michael Garcia May 16, 2021 7:42PM ET
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regular money has dirty Money too, bottom line is that regulator's are envious of the people's gains. but the underdoge has prevailed
 
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