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Matthew Parris

Matthew Parris: Logically, bitcoin fans should love the euro. Why don't they?

Funny how Euroscepticism and a faith in hard money go together

14 December 2013

9:00 AM

14 December 2013

9:00 AM

Bitcoins have been in the news, after a story about an unfortunate fellow who jettisoned his computer’s hard drive that contained (apparently) the code he needed to access his stash of this electronic currency — its value more than £4 million. I don’t even pretend to have an opinion on bitcoins.

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