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Bitcoin set to bounce back & could Biden mend China ties?

Bitcoin's price has dipped even further after earlier smashing records, but could 2021 be a huge year for the premier cryptocurrency? Boom Bust's Christy Ai lends helps us break down the dip in BTC prices and looks at the future for what has been dubbed by some as "digital gold"?

Plus, as the final days of the Trump administration tick away, the ball is set to bounce into Joe Biden's court on China. Boom Bust's Ben Swann and Jeffrey Tucker of the American Institute for Economic Research give us their take on the Trump administration's record with the People's Republic and where the two nations stand.

And amid criticism of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine, the drug's developer is set to share data with AstraZeneca as the two aim to boost their research capabilities. RT America's Alex Mihailovich lays out the specifics and where the vaccine rollout could go from here.

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