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eToro’s Yoni Assia: How digital finance could bridge the next big wealth gap

Etoro’s Yoni Assia says the GoodDollar Project could leverage digital finance to bridge the next big wealth gap. Image: eToro

Linda Lacina

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The figure shows the concentration of Bitcoin held by individual holders. We sort individual clusters according to their balance at the end of 2020, and plot their cumulative balance against the number of individual clusters that are holding these bitcoins.
The concentration of Bitcoin held by individual holders. Image: NBER

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