In 2017 there began a cascade of Bitcoin headlines lauding the millionaires created by the stratospheric increases in crypto prices. Meanwhile, 'blockchain' became the buzzword on the lips of the business world to rival robo-advice and artificial intelligence.
In contrast, 2018 ushered in drastic falls in price from around £14,000 a Bitcoin in January 2018 to roughly £3,000 by the end of the year amid declaration of the death of digital money. So what can we...
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