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Monday February 6th, 2023 9:03PM

LISTEN: Could Bitcoin be Putin's ace in the hole?

By Mornings on Maine Street

Chris Brady, author of "The Bitcoin Bride", discusses how this form of currency could be used by governments in the future to avoid financial sanctions such as the ones being imposed on Russia.

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LISTEN: Could Bitcoin be Putin's ace in the hole?
Chris Brady, author of "The Bitcoin Bride", discusses how this form of currency could be used by governments in the future to avoid financial sanctions such as the ones being imposed on Russia.
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