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Bitcoin could soar to $146,000 -JPMorgan

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Bitcoin could soar to $146,000 -JPMorgan

Bitcoin could soar to $146,000 -JPMorgan

Bitcoin, the world's biggest cryptocurrency, has emerged as a rival to gold and could trade as high as $146,000 if it becomes established as a safe-have asset, investment bank JPMorgan said on Tuesday.

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