The Bitcoin bubble in an age of regulation.
Oonagh McDonald is a former Member of the British Parliament. After her time as an MP, she served on the Financial Services Commission in Gibraltar.
McDonald now lives in the United States and advises several financial institutions. Her latest book, Cryptocurrencies: Money, Trust, and Regulation distills the risks and rewards of owning bitcoin.
With the rise of “meme-fied” crypto such as Doge Coin (which Elon Musk caused a stir about in late 2021), it’s important to understand the volatility of this form of currency. In this Fair Questions Podcast episode, McDonald discusses why she believes the Bitcoin will burst. Plus, she gives insight into what–if any–Cryptocurrencies have staying power beyond the Bitcoin boom.
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