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SoftBank's Masayoshi Son lost $130 million in bad bet on bitcoin, report saysNEW YORK/TOKYO – Masayoshi Son, the billionaire fo

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of SoftBank Group Corp., made a huge personal bet on bitcoin just as prices for the digital currency peaked, losing more than $130 million when he cashed out, the

Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, quoting people familiar with the matter.Son, w

ho launched the world’s biggest venture capital fund on the s

trength of his long-term investment acumen, made the transaction at the recommendation of a well-known bitcoin booster, whose investment firm SoftBank bought in 2017, it said.The investment came at the peak of the bitcoin frenzy in late 2017 after the digital currency had alread

y risen more than tenfold that year. The exact size of the bet couldn’t be determined, but bitcoin peaked at nearly $20,000 in mid-December 2017 and Son sold in early 2018 after bitcoin had plummeted, the paper said.Bitcoin traded at around $5,300 (about 592,600) on M

onday.A SoftBank spokesman reportedly declined to comment on Son’s behalf.RELATED STORIESSoftBank and Google parent tie up on flying 5G stations for phone services u

sing balloons and dronesUnder Son’s direction, SoftBank has evolved into a global telecommunications and internet conglomerate, and his penchant for pursuing out-of-the-box ideas appears as strong as ever as he looks to craft a c

onnected future run by computers far more “intelligent” than humans.Now 61, Son is already a legend in Japan, where comic books depict the rags-to-riches story of a third-generation Korean-Japanese from a poor neighborhood who climbed his way up to become one of the nation’s richest men.TwitterFacebookLinkedInGET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMESIN FIVE EASY PIECES WI

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