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Saudi Arabia has recently appointed a leader for its virtual assets and central bank digital currency program. Meanwhile, the ninth month of the year has historically been one of the worst months for Bitcoin, which has fallen every September since 2017. Joanna Ossinger reports on Bloomberg Television.