13/12/2017 · The soaring price of bitcoin is likely the result of an unsustainable speculative bubble, according to the vast majority of private-sector economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal.
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21/12/2017 · The way media and experts are nearly universally labelling bitcoin’s vertiginous price surge a “bubble” is just another bizarre episode in the cryptocurrency’s odd saga. Generally, bubbles.
7 Dec 2017.
A former Morgan Stanley economist believes that Bitcoin is one of the most dangerous speculative bubbles he has ever seen.
14 Dec 2017.
While proponents of the digital currency bitcoin argue that its massive.
bitcoin's massive gain against other famous periods of speculation,
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As with many asset classes we show that Bitcoin exhibits speculative bubbles. Further, we find empirical evidence that the fundamental price.
5 Dec 2017.
The bitcoin buying frenzy is a toxic concept for investors, said Yale economist Stephen Roach who thinks bitcoin is a dangerous speculative.
28 Nov 2017.
Earlier this month, French bank BNP Paribas said bitcoin was displaying symptoms of a speculative bubble, as many investors are buying the.
India is looking to introduce a law to ban cryptocurrencies, as the government sees a legal framework as being more effective than a circular from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in this regard, says.
13 Dec 2017.
Journal said bitcoin has been experiencing a speculative bubble.
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05/12/2017 · Bitcoin has been slammed as a “dangerous speculative bubble” by a top economist as speculation continues to fuel the rise of the cryptocurrency’s value.
Investors in China still can’t get enough of crypto ICOs. Even though scams are commonplace, and "chives" (retail speculators.