The post Bitcoin Isn’t a Credible Currency Yet, Says Japan’s Finance Minister appeared first on CCN Japan’s top financial official has offered his stance on bitcoin in a year where the cryptocurrency was ruled a legal method of payment in the country. In remarks today, Japanese finance minister Taro Aso claimed bitcoin is yet to... View Article read whole article

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