Bitcoins sit among Ethernet cables inside a communications room at an office in this arranged photograph in London, UK, on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Bitcoin steadied after its biggest drop since June as investors and speculators reappraised the outlook for initial coin offerings. Photo: Bloomberg
Peter Guy
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The View by Peter Guy

Cryptos will live on, because ideas can’t be killed in the global war over currencies

Bitcoin’s death has defied naysayers because every bull market must overcome a wall of worry and capitulation. But like all revolutions, ideas can’t be killed.

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Bitcoins sit among Ethernet cables inside a communications room at an office in this arranged photograph in London, UK, on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Bitcoin steadied after its biggest drop since June as investors and speculators reappraised the outlook for initial coin offerings. Photo: Bloomberg
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