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  • Americans are suspicious of digital currencies
  • Americans are suspicious of digital currencies
    Susanne Nilsson (2017) ©
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Americans are suspicious of digital currencies

Digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ether may be increasingly commonplace, but understanding how they work can be a minefield. And this lack of clarity is affecting people's attitudes – many Americans see them predominantly as a tool for criminal activity, rather than a form of legal tender.

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