It’s only been hours since the news broke about Paypal adding cryptocurrencies and opening the doors to more than 300 million active users to start buying or selling Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies – a milestone in the mainstream crypto adoption that everyone has been waiting for.

The news caused a quick FOMO and sent Bitcoin to that $13k resistance level in just hours, but is it all just a hype? How will the markets react? Is it too late to buy Bitcoin below $12k..?

All of these questions are answered in today’s episode of the Crypto Corner Video Podcast (ep95) so take a look:


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