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Lawyer John Lore advises hedge funds and has seen a spike in specialist crypto funds asking for help. He said the background of his crypto clients is much more diverse than traditional fund managers. Some people approaching him about setting up funds are amateur traders who made it big. One would-be fund manager was so embarrassed by his new found wealth he apologised for turning $600,000 into $8 million.
LONDON — Cryptocurrency traders have become well-known for conspicuous displays of wealth.
Rows of Lamborghinis were parked outside the recent Consensus conference in New York and some attendees blew off steam at after parties in exclusive clubs with champagne, vodka, and even drugs.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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