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The partnership could help allay investors' concerns about trading integrity, but other issues remain.
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A crucial difference between Bitcoin and almost every other cryptocurrency could keep Bitcoin from being regulated by the SEC as a security.
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The exchange's head of blockchain product management Johan Toll said that far from fearing blockchain, Nasdaq is actively embracing the technology.
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