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Bloomberg: Do you look like a robot?


Crypto firms are finding it increasingly hard to maintain banking partners.

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In this edition of the Bloomberg Crypto newsletter, Yueqi Yang explores the shrinking pathway between crypto and hard cash:

The ideal of crypto means not having to rely on banks and institutions. But the reality of the industry, at least today, is that many digital-asset companies need traditional finance firms to help provide customers with a reliable on-and-off ramp between their platforms and the world of hard currency. Therein lies a growing problem.

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