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Unlike after the Mt. Gox crash, bitcoin prices have proved largely resilient to its links with criminal acts.

“Bitcoin makes some nefarious things easier, but it ultimately makes a lot of positive things possible,” through micro-transactions to those in need in oppressed regimes such as Venezuela and North Korea or getting funds to people without bank accounts, says Kathleen Breitman, co-creator of Tezos blockchain platform, a form of cryptocurrency.

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