Bitcoin revolution: Cryptocurrencies are the future of finance, claims LatiumX founder
Crypto tokens such as bitcoin, dominated financial headlines in the past weeks, with steep spikes in value and growing mainstream appeal.
Last Wednesday alone, bitcoin shot past £5,937.43 ($7,800), after kicking off the year at less than £761.21 ($1,000) per token.
However bitcoin still proved to be a volatile token and risky investment when it dropped by 22 per cent this weekend.
But David Johnson, CEO and co-founder of new crypto platform Latium, is certain that given enough time, digital currencies will forever change how money is used.
He told Express.co.uk: "I think we are at the... read more
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