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Boston-based investment giant Fidelity Group is injecting a heavy dose of hopium in the market with its latest “very special” webinar, where it took a deep dive into Bitcoin and its possible effects on the market.
Fidelity, which also has its own crypto arm, Fidelity Digital Assets that builds enterprise-grade bitcoin custody services for large institutions, isn’t new to the space as it first started mining BTC in 2014 and then Ethereum (ETH) as well.
Now, the firm is putting out bullish reports on Bitcoin and sees the leading digital asset hitting $1 million before this decade is over and a whopping $100 million by 2035.
In other trending Bitcoin News today: Belarus President Urges Belarusians to Mine Cryptocurrency Rather Than Pick Strawberries Abroad!
President Alexander Lukashenko has advised workers to stay in their home country instead of emigrating to fill low-paid farming jobs in Poland and Germany. The Belarusian leader pointed to an alternative source of income, noting there’s enough electricity in Belarus to power cryptocurrency mining.
“Create something on electricity. In the end, start mining cryptocurrency or whatever it’s called. There is enough electricity in the country.”
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