All of which is to say that doing anything legally with bitcoins — and especially converting them into fiat currencies — is going to get harder and more expensive as governments involve themselves. So hard and so expensive, I’d argue, that any advantages the crypto-currency may have over normal means of exchange, like credit cards, will soon disappear.
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- “Bitcoin Is Declining, but Is It Dead?” – Government Technology | $236.61 - September 21, 2015
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- “Bitcoin isn’t the future of money — it’s either a Ponzi scheme or a pyramid scheme” – Washington Post | $236.73 - June 8, 2015