Even before digital currency landed on the public’s radar in 2013, people have been asking whether Bigcoin was a Ponzi scheme. Many of Bitcoin’s critics are convinced the answer is yes.
The cost of Obamacare is turning out to be higher than all but a few critics had anticipated.
With the volatile Greek debt crisis raising concern over the stability of the global financial system, finding the safest currencies to invest in has taken on a new sense of urgency.
As a type of safe-haven investment, the safest currencies are a place where you want to have at least some money when markets are unraveling and mainstay currencies like the euro are falling.
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