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I can't seem to hedge trade


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    • Analysts have noted a historical correlation between crypto prices and the stock market, particularly in relation to interest rate decisions. Post FOMC decision witness Bitcoin’s price showed little change drop to about 0.17% on the day while other crypto like the Bitget BGB recorded a mild gain. Crypto market analyst TXMC has warned of a potential recession in 2024 due to tight credit conditions, which could influence both stock and Bitcoin prices.
    • If that's the case, then I believe the next step is for the dev team to create an in-app EVM wallet that can process payment natively for PayPal users who wishes to use the stablecoin for transaction on the platform
    • Reading through the news earlier on X.com, I really do not fault the reason behind their decision because of the risk of scam and fraud but on the other hand I felt what they should have done was to tighten their KYC policy and use a more secured main chain for transactions. Anyways JP Morgan has always been an anti-crypto for a very long time so I never expect anything different. I just hope UK residents who are crypto enthusiasts realize there are several ways you can transact your crypto and fiat without Chase Bank and one of them is to use a P2P exchange like kucoin and Bitget
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