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Spanish Central Bank Governor Believes Crypto Brings More Risk Than Benefit

The Cointelegraph Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Spanish Central Bank Governor Believes Crypto Brings More Risk Than BenefitBank of Spain governor thinks blockchain is immature but shows promise, and writes crypto off as too volatile and prone to money laundering use

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