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Cryptocurrencies Need Healthy Reforms to Survive

Vincenzo Dimase, Thomson Reuters

Is the downward trend of Bitcoin prices a simple result of speculation activity or a sign of lost confidence in Blockchain technology? It has been a challenging start to 2015 for cryptocurrencies. But regulatory reforms could be good for the future of cryptocurrencies. Meanwhile, though the market seems to be focused on price movements, speculative ... rest of story...

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