Millennials have a very different view of money from baby boomers. According to a 2015 Goldman Sachs study, 63 per cent did not own a credit card. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Millennials have a very different view of money from baby boomers. According to a 2015 Goldman Sachs study, 63 per cent did not own a credit card. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Millennials have a very different view of money from baby boomers. According to a 2015 Goldman Sachs study, 63 per cent did not own a credit card. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Peter Guy
Opinion

Opinion

Peter Guy

Cryptocurrency is an uprising against today’s flawed financial system

As millennials come of age, cryptocurrencies like bitcoin revealed a chasm of misunderstanding between generational values

Millennials have a very different view of money from baby boomers. According to a 2015 Goldman Sachs study, 63 per cent did not own a credit card. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Millennials have a very different view of money from baby boomers. According to a 2015 Goldman Sachs study, 63 per cent did not own a credit card. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Millennials have a very different view of money from baby boomers. According to a 2015 Goldman Sachs study, 63 per cent did not own a credit card. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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Peter Guy

Peter Guy

Peter Guy is a financial writer and former international banker