2012 Re-Run: Is Bitcoin the Future of Money?
Given all the attention bitcoin is receiving these days, we thought it would be fun to re-air our 2012 interview with Jon Matonis, Founding Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, on why bitcoin is the future of money and, as he predicted then, will eventually become an asset class that people will hold in addition to gold, stocks, bonds, and others—something that most considered absolutely ludicrous at the time. Fun fact: bitcoin was trading below $15 when this interview was conducted. As of December 21, 2017, bitcoin is trading at $15,642—1000 times higher.
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