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Is Bitcoin an asset?

  My answer is “yes” and “no”. At the most fundamental, Bitcoin is a means of meeting financial obligations – it can be used to pay for things and is recognized as currency. It has been likened to gold, as … Continue reading

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Bitcoin is the currency of the wild web

Er – you can use Bitcoin to buy drugs on the dark web (apparently)https://t.co/GRStck7EST — Peter Crowley (@SmoothRegulator) December 26, 2020 Peter Crowley is right to make the connection. Bitcoin is the currency of the dark web and it’s used … Continue reading

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Bitcoin – advice , guidance and common sense from LGIM

I love reading Legal and General Investment Management blog; intelligent , decisive and best of all – interesting. Here is some weirdo called Emiel who like my mate John Roe, drinks strange brews, but Emiel is Dutch – which makes … Continue reading

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Is CDC pension’s bitcoin? Pension Play Pen lunch – Monday 5th Feb,

  “What is CDC- why do the Royal Mail want it and what will it mean to me?”. :Last Wednesday, 60 movers and shakers packed into a small room in Whitehall to debate CDC, the next day the Royal Mail … Continue reading

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