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JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon has admitted “regrets” to his now infamous remark from last year when the Wall Street banker called bitcoin a “fraud”. It was in September 2017 and a banking conference when Dimon called bitcoin a “fraud” that was “worse than tulip bulbs”. A longstanding critic, Dimon also threatened to fire

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