Morgan Stanley announced that clients can invest in Bitcoin, but they are capping it at 2.5% of each client’s total assets. Are they “protecting their clients from risk”, or are they really protecting their cronies who manage traditional assets from Bitcoin slurping market cap from everything? 🤔
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Morgan Stanley announced that clients can invest in Bitcoin, but they are capping it at 2.5% of each client’s total assets. Are they “protecting their clients from risk”, or are they really protecting their cronies who manage traditional assets from Bitcoin slurping market cap from everything? 🤔

Morgan Stanley announced that clients can invest in Bitcoin, but they are capping it at 2.5% of each client’s total assets. Are they “protecting their clients from risk”, or are they really protecting their cronies who manage traditional assets from Bitcoin slurping market cap from everything? 🤔

Morgan Stanley announced that clients can invest in Bitcoin, but they are capping it at 2.5% of each client's total assets. Are they "protecting their clients from risk", or are they really protecting their cronies who manage traditional assets from Bitcoin slurping market cap from everything? 🤔 submitted by /u/sunkist5
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