Bitcoin has swung around wildly during the coronavirus crash and has since recovered, advancing near 30 per cent this year. Photo: Shutterstock Bitcoin has swung around wildly during the coronavirus crash and has since recovered, advancing near 30 per cent this year. Photo: Shutterstock
Bitcoin has swung around wildly during the coronavirus crash and has since recovered, advancing near 30 per cent this year. Photo: Shutterstock

Bitcoiners go wild after Goldman defies expectations with report dismissing cryptocurrency as akin to tulip mania of the 1600s

  • In its much-anticipated report, Goldman Sachs said it does not recommend bitcoin on a strategic or tactical basis for clients
  • One by one, Goldman’s report laid out the rebuttals against many of the merits cited by cryptocurrency enthusiasts

Topic |   Bitcoin
Bitcoin has swung around wildly during the coronavirus crash and has since recovered, advancing near 30 per cent this year. Photo: Shutterstock Bitcoin has swung around wildly during the coronavirus crash and has since recovered, advancing near 30 per cent this year. Photo: Shutterstock
Bitcoin has swung around wildly during the coronavirus crash and has since recovered, advancing near 30 per cent this year. Photo: Shutterstock
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