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In this video, I discuss the wall of institutional money that is headed for BTC and the spot BTC ETFs. Even if institutional investors like pension funds allocated just 1% to Bitcoin, the resulting inflows would be enormous.

The good news is that when institutional investors (banks, pensions, endowments, hedge funds, etc) buy the spot Bitcoin ETFs, it has the paradoxical effect of also enriching Bitcoiners in Nigeria or Venezuela or Turkey (or the US) who own real BTC.

There’s no zero sum game here.

Not investment advice! Consult a financial advisor.

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