Cash Will Be Obsolete by 2025 - Winklevoss Twins

Cash Will Be Obsolete by 2025 - Winklevoss Twins

Ever since bitcoin entered the limelight, it has been receiving mixed responses. Opinions are divided about it. Some are confident about bitcoin growing big to replace conventional fiat currency, while others believe that it will gradually fade into oblivion. Amongst all these opinions and forecasts going back and forth, one latest prediction stands out. This prediction is from none other than the famous Winklevoss twins who took Facebook to court. According to their prediction, bitcoin is going to replace fiat currency completely by the year 2025 to create a cashless society. With their....


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