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Crypto exchange EQUOS has rebranded to EQONEX, pulling together an entire crypto and digital asset ecosystem under one brand.

Its EQO token has also been gaining significant traction as more people discover it, though it’s still affordable.

Since the launch in April, EQO has risen from 50 cents to $1.80 with a market cap of $30 million which is still small compared to FTT, which has a market cap of $10.4bn or BNB which has a market cap of $58bn.

As a result, traders have been flocking to the exchange and volumes have risen by 100 times indicating a strong appetite from investors to get EQO before the halving happening on June 26th.

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Short & sweet today (U.S. markets are closed for Independence Day)

So, here's an excellent (rare) interview with Steve Cohen πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

Inner Game with Steven Cohen
Markets may change and the specific techniques or systems that work best may change, but the underlying core principles that lead to trading success stay the same. Steven Cohen, chairman of Point 72 Asset Management, joins us to offer a rare glimpse at how he approaches his craft.

Cohen has been trading since 1978 & he's no stranger to controversy...

Steve Cohen (businessman) | Wikiwand
Steven A. Cohen is an American hedge fund manager and owner of the New York Mets of Major League Baseball. Cohen and the New York Mets finalized a deal on September 14, 2020 to become majority owner, owning roughly 97.2% of the team. [5] He is the founder of hedge fund Point72 Asset Management and n…

The whole interview is only 45 minutes.

For me, the good stuff starts around the 8 minute mark when he starts talking about the scalability of the model that made waves on Wall Street and Cohen's insistence on change even when things were going well...


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