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Everyone Lines Up To Bash Bitcoin

``"I haven't got my head around it," von Koskull said. "When we look at all the financial crime and all the regulation, how does bitcoin fit in?"'' -- Yeah, unlikely the banks and national currencies, which aren't ever used for "financial crime" and need of "regulation". Even Greenspan was comparing bitcoin to the Continental (though, not so loudly-reported, he did point out that Continental was highly-useful during the period where it was circulating).
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