“Why Cryptocurrencies Are So Fascinating”

Video games can make children addicted to cryptocurrencies, even older ones. At the beginning of the year, one in eight French people owned cryptoassets, which is 28% more year-on-year, according to Adan. And Bitcoin’s roughly 50% rise since January promises new followers this year. 23% of French people who have never acquired a crypto currency last December considered taking the plunge and buying a crypto star, Bitcoin or Ethereum or even XRP, Binance coin, Tether, Dogecoin and more Litecoin… Five reasons explain this craze.

First, cryptocurrencies will spur interest as concerns grow about our traditional financial system. It is no coincidence that Bitcoin was created a few weeks after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 and therefore in the middle of the financial crisis, the most serious since the Second World War. It is also no coincidence that the price of these currencies is rising again at a time when countries are announcing dangerous deficits and uncontrollable public debt. Crypto acts as a safe haven just like gold.

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