Bitcoin, gold and the cash crash

Where cryptocurrencies may thrive when commodities falter

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Matthew Morris of Carr Consulting & Research
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Matthew Morris of Carr Consulting & Research

An interesting turn in the raison d'être behind Bitcoin took place this year, writes Matthew Morris, director of Carr Consulting & Communications.

Previously hailed as the future of transactions and cross border payments, it became increasingly common to hear the crypto founding fathers describe Bitcoin as digital gold. As transaction times increased,...

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