Bigger and bigger.

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As the world became increasingly digital, it stood to reason that eventually our money how we create it, how we spend it, how we invest it would become digital, too. The advent of Bitcoin, the first decentralized cryptocurrency, was a curious phenomenon, but in recent years it has skyrocketed in value (although its instability makes it not an asset for the faint of heart). Now companies are investing in crypto; the

art world is enthralled by it; and governments are pondering how to manage its risks while still encouraging innovation. The only thing wed count on? Crypto is here to stay.

Cryptos Rising. So Are the Stakes for Governments EverywhereBloombergs editorial board

If 60/40 Recipe Sours, Maybe Stir in Some Bitcoin  Mark Gilbert

Whats Indias Beef With Bitcoin, Really?  Andy Mukherjee

Trumps Last-Minute Bitcoin Rule Hits the Wrong Mark  Aaron Brown

Rich Millennials Are Splashing Millions on Crypto Art  Andrea Felsted

India Bitcoin Ban Would Be a Terrible Idea  Shruti Rajagopalan

The NFT Craze Actually Does Make Sense  Tyler Cowen

Feds Digital Dollar Would Look Nothing Like Bitcoin  Noah Smith

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