According to The Economist, Joseph Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics and a professor at Columbia University, criticized the anonymity of Bitcoin. He believes that this anonymity is contrary to the idea of creating a “transparent banking system.” A cryptocurrency like Bitcoin allows “evil activity,” which “any government does not allow.” Stiglitz further said that the global financial regulator has not taken tougher action, because the cryptocurrency market is still relatively small, he said: once the cryptocurrency market becomes important, the government will pick up a sledgehammer.
- Coinbase trading volume has shrunk by 83% since January
- Korean cryptocurrency industry is more optimistic than ever
- blockchain groups in South Korea protest against the government’s plan to waive preferential policies for cryptocurrency exchanges
- Continued bankruptcy and continuous admission, can the digital currency exchange go on?
- New cryptocurrency futures exchange added BCH futures contract
- The first case of Bitcoin cash dispute settlement: OKCoin currency was sentenced to return to BCH
- South Korea is brewing “9·4 regulation”, and it may only be the exchange
- Going over the mountains and going to the place where the electricity is cheap, where is the way out for the miners who have “internal and external troubles”?