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European Central Bank
Lane: No. Bitcoin is not a currency, it rather is an asset and it is very volatile
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Digital X 9 Jul 19
Replying to @ecb
All currencies will become cryptocurrencies.
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Juuso Ilomaki 9 Jul 19
Replying to @ecb
TY for your answer. I don't think I claimed to be a currency.
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Acalmostfree 9 Jul 19
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will gently caress lovers 😁
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Brandon (hands of steel) 9 Jul 19
another from this thread
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JappieBoersma 9 Jul 19
Replying to @ecb
It is a currency and one of the best performing assets for the last decade. Better wealth protection than the € Euro. Add the ECB plans for negative interest rates, where will the money flow into?
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lowfry 9 Jul 19
Replying to @ecb
Mass adoption would fix this problem however.
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Music $ Crypto 9 Jul 19
Replying to @lowfry @ecb
Honestly that's the only break through.
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#11 9 Jul 19
Replying to @macrodesiac_ @ecb
Surely you’re trolling
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PierreRochard.com 9 Jul 19
Replying to @ecb
bitcoin is money
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billymacdo 9 Jul 19
Can people stop telling us it’s volatile? Yeah, we get it. It’s a brand new, never before seen, hard to value, sob. Idk, maybe call the traders and tell them to stop buying and selling so much? is a volatile stock but it’s not a headline about the company
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