With Bitcoin and its smaller siblings gaining so much momentum in 2017, governments and central banks now have little choice but to acknowledge that cryptocurrencies are here to stay. Volatility is still a major setback, especially with Bitcoin, which has swung by $8,000 in just seven days. Of banks and cryptocurrency, Peter Smith, CEO of Blockchain, told CNBC in an interview last week: This year will be the first year we start to see central
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