Investing in Bitcoin with Simon Dixon is an extract from my full interview with Simon, where he talks about how he positions Bitcoin in his portfolio, the volatility of Bitcoin and how gains made from investing in Bitcoin are taxed.

Simon Dixon is an ex-investment banker turned highly successful Bitcoin investor. He is an active FinTech, Blockchain & Bitcoin angel investor and the CEO & co-founder of the online investment platform

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