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January 02, 2018, 01:40:45 PM
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Having never lived through a war, I've not known or learned or actually even considered what effect it would have on the financial markets.

My initial thoughts are that it would have a negative affect on the market, but then again I actually do recall hearing that there were a few companies that got huge during world war 1, a few car manufacturers and whatever.

So if USA and Nth Korea went to war in the near future, what would that do to the stock market, and in-turn what would that do for the cryptocurrency markets.

Also, with Nth Korea being holders of massive amounts of BTC, what would happen if they won/lost?

Assuming they lost via complete annihilation, then I'm assuming that would burn their coins and send the price to the moon and effectively prevent the world from seeing John McAfee from eating his own dick.
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