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Author Topic: [2018-06-24] Swiss National Bank is Skeptical of National State-Issued Crypto  (Read 14 times)
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June 24, 2018, 01:31:10 PM
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Business Insider reported that Thomas Moser, a key member of management at the National Swiss Bank, believes that governments have lost interest in state-issued crypto or digital currencies.
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Any cryptocurrency becomes popular only if it is subject to economic laws. But all digital assets that try to create States are in manual control. How can you trust such assets. Bankers and governments are well aware of how to manipulate the value of Fiat. I'm not surprised they're not interesting for governments.
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