Nov 05, 2015

Bitcoin will be 6th biggest reserve currency by 2030 – study — RT Business

Bitcoin will become the world’s sixth largest reserve currency by 2030, according to an investment agency. The rising popularity of the virtual currency will also see banks invest around $1 billion in blockchain technology.

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