Bitcoin is not the safe haven that gold is, this crypto expert says

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Bitcoin vs. gold. Who ya got? Bitcoin has made it back into the news cycle due to its rapid climb over the past few months but is it really true that the cryptocurrency now has the status as a quasi-safe haven for your money, much like the role gold plays during times of economic uncertainty? […]

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