Harvard economist: bitcoin and encrypted currency are just “lottery”

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According to CCN, a former chief economist of the IMF, the Harvard University (Harvard University) Economics and public policy professor Kenneth Rogoff believes that the current bitcoin and other encryption currency is just “lottery”.

Rogoff Monday in the “Guardian” article said that although some people think that encryption currency no longer, and it is an irreversible decline, but in fact it is difficult to say their value would drop to zero.

It is worth mentioning that Rogoff had said in an interview with CNBC, he believes that 10 years after the bitcoin transaction price is more likely to be $100 instead of $100 thousand.

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