One of the biggest hurdles facing digital currencies is their extreme volatility. Bitcoin traded near $20,000 in December 2017 only to plummet to around $6,000 two months later — a range of price swings that makes Bitcoin nearly unusable for business owners or consumers. For some, the answer is a stable cryptocurrency, or stablecoin. While the idea isn’t entirely new and the best-known example, Tether, has been trading since 2015, a host of new stablecoins hit the market last year.
Michael Novogratz, Galaxy Digital founder and chief executive officer, talks about where he sees Bitcoin heading and the Fed’s interest rate hike path. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Markets.”