Is Bitcoin an Emerging Safe Haven Amid Greek Uncertainty?

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July 6 — Sonny Singh, chief commercial officer at BitPay, and Peter Van Valkenburgh, director of research at Coin Center, discuss Bitcoin rising amid the uncertainty surrounding the Greek debt crisis. They speak with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.”

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  1. Greece is too large to adopt Bitcoin has a currency. Or put it differently, the market cap is way too low and the trading volume way too small for a country to start acquiring a portion of it on the short term.

  2. Love what hes doing with Bitpay but Sonny Singh comes across like a cheap salesman here. Greece should look at adopting Bitcoin? At this stage of the game not bloody likely. Give it 20 years first before you push Bitcoin on an entire people. Untill then it can serve as a useful payment rail and help secure documents and asset ownership.

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