(Bloomberg Opinion) — For years, investors happily bought into the dollar bonds of Chinese real-estate developers, betting that the biggest and most aggressive would become too big to fail. Even during the global markets selloff in March, private bankers told their wealthy clients not to worry. In the worst case, they could just hold those notes until maturity, and enjoy the juicy coupon payments.
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Crypto just got a shot at going mainstream in 2021.
- In a press release this morning, PayPal said buy, sell and hold features would be live within the next few weeks but some users, the features are already available.
- PayPal’s implementation does not allow bitcoin or other tokens to be withdrawn. Once you buy or deposit, the service is your crypto bank until you sell.
- Initially the service supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin
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“Coming out of the lockdowns, they said, ‘So much for sharing everything. I’d really like to have my own space that I define,'” Jackson said on “Squawk Box.”
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