Spinning its own world wide web of wonder: Is Bitcoin today like the internet in the 1990s?

Crypto growth echoes web's nascent growth and boom

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Matthew Morris of Carr Consulting & Communications
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Matthew Morris of Carr Consulting & Communications

Bitcoin is back in the headlines and the prices have been going wild again.

For many professional investors, Bitcoin remains a silly fad, a bubble useful only for criminals and clueless speculators. I believe it is much more than that and this year we are seeing a growing number...

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