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What's next for bitcoin and crypto? The trends to watch in 2022

State-issued digital coins will begin to compete with cryptocurrencies in 2022. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su/

Umberto Bacchi

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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