The Bank for International Settlements has warned cryptocurrencies can suffer from manipulation, consume too much electricity and are too unstable to ever be used as a method of currency exchange in the economy.
The report, entitled Cryptocurrencies: looking beyond the hype, found cryptocurrencies suffered from a "range of shortcomings" including the extreme degree of decentralisation, which wasted huge amounts...
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