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Money bitcoin did not exist, the Biz

16:20  25 march  2021
16:20  25 march  2021 Source:   de.reuters.com

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(Bloomberg) - Bitcoin has failed in the money test: Due to the volatile value, the Krypto asset can not be considered as currency. This is the verdict of the Expert of the Bank for International Settlements, which develops for the central banks digital money models.

"Bitcoin can be an investment instrument, and it is not my job to judge or evaluate this," Benoit Coeur, who heads the innovation Hub at BIS, in an interview with Bloomberg Television. "But it did not pass the test as a currency, the test as a means of payment did not exist - just because its value fluctuates so much."

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"The central banks focus on an instrument that offers liquidity and security and that can be used in the global payment system," said coeure in the interview. "That's why we want to deal with digital central bank currencies. Krypto has its own place, but it's different - it's not a payment instrument. "

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