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Posted by BoldTV on Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Jordan Belfort, the REAL Wolf of Wall Street, sat with Bold TV back in February discussing the economy and his thoughts on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. However, the way these stocks are performing today, you would think he had a crystal ball to predict the downturn “going to zero.” There are plenty of optimists out there buying low and hoping for the price to go back up, banking on the blockchain technology. Or is it too late?
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