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A Bitcoiner Is Now on the Senate Banking Committee

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Wyoming’s Cynthia Lummis – the first U.S. senator to publicly retain bitcoin – has been appointed to essentially the most necessary monetary regulatory committee.

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On this version of The Breakdown’s weekly recap, NLW discusses:

  • The negate of WallStreetBets
  • The Bitcoin for Companies tournament
  • ETH all-time highs prematurely of CME ETH futures
  • Tether
  • Cynthia Lummis on the Senate Banking Committee

This week on The Breakdown:

Monday | Have the Hedge Funds Infiltrated Reddit’s WallStreetBets?

Tuesday | Is This the Kill of the Reddit Retail Investor Dream?

Wednesday | Michael Saylor’s Mission to Fetch 1,400 Companies Into Bitcoin

Thursday | What We Realized About PayPal’s Crypto Strategy This Week

Friday | Travis Kling: Within the Fed Generation, There’s No Such Factor as Market Fundamentals

Image credit: Caroline Brehman/Getty Pictures Files

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What We Realized About PayPal’s Crypto Strategy This Week

Feb 4, 2021

Michael Saylor’s Mission to Fetch 1,400 Companies Into Bitcoin

Feb 3, 2021

Is This the Kill of the Reddit Retail Investor Dream?

Feb 2, 2021

Have the Hedge Funds Infiltrated Reddit’s WallStreetBets?

Feb 1, 2021

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