“Not a Credible Currency”: Japan’s Finance Minister Questions Bitcoin

Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso claims that there is still no proof that Bitcoin is a “credible currency”, and that Japanese citizens rarely use crypto. In a statement Tuesday, Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso claimed that the leading cryptocurrency …
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