Digital currencies such as Bitcoin should not become legitimate currencies due to a lack of features that money must have, said Sohn Sung-won, a former White House economic adviser, Sunday. He said the unusual craze for digital coins is driven by the irrational beliefs of market players that the decentralized virtual currencies will continue on [...] read whole article

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