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Bitcoin is trading above the $43,000 mark, which is its highest since July 2022. Investors attribute this rise to the possibility that the US may soon approve its first spot bitcoin exchange traded funds (ETFs), which will open the market to a wider investor base. Business Day TV spoke to Luno’s business development manager, Tarris Arnold, for more insight.

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