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Deglobalization & Digital Currencies

The coronavirus pandemic slashed to smithereens extended global supply chains and the trend towards deglobalization will have significant impact on the dollar, inflation and digital currencies.

Not where you think it’s from. (Image by Ирина Александрова from Pixabay)

Tamara Smith took a long lick of her spoon, the cold, creamy goodness of the…

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Patrick Tan

Patrick Tan

CEO & General Counsel of Novum Alpha, a quantitative digital asset trading firm with regulated funds catering to accredited and institutional investors.

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