Crypto Could Replace the Dollar as the Global Reserve

Crypto Could Replace the Dollar as the Global Reserve

The dollar has been the world’s reserve currency for nearly 80 years.

But there’s a scenario that could play out over the next couple of decades.

It’s that a cryptocurrency would replace the dollar as being the global reserve.

And there are a few reasons why this might happen.

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Ian King

Editor, Strategic Fortunes

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