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Shared Lunch

What does the availability of newly regulated Bitcoin exchange-traded-funds (ETFs) mean for investors?

We talk to Bitcoin and crypto legal expert, Jeremy Muir, a partner at Minter Ellison Rudd Watt about the significance of the Securities & Exchange Commission approving Bitcoin ETFs.

Our conversation looks at the history of Bitcoin, what a spot BTC ETF offers, the tax implications, environmental considerations, which NZ funds are already invested, and the future of crypto currencies generally.

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Shared Lunch is hosted by BusinessDesk journalists including Frances Cook. 

Each week, we’ll alternate between an interview with a company leader and an industry deep dive.

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