Why digital currency is killing the Internet: Digital currencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, and Zcash have all gone mainstream.
Now they’re wreaking havoc on the Internet as people lose control over their online transactions.
We caught up with former Bank of America CEO John Thain and former chief financial officer of Goldman Sachs, Brian Dunn to talk about how these digital currencies, which are now called cryptocurrencies, are killing online commerce.
What are the digital currencies and why do you think they’re killing the global economy?
Digital currencies are like the Internet itself.
They’re just like any other technology, but they have all the properties that make them very appealing to those who don’t want to have to pay for things that they don’t need.
But digital currencies also have these characteristics that make it a little more appealing for criminals and people who are interested in taking advantage of the anonymity and privacy they offer.
They are not anonymous.
They don’t provide anonymity, but the amount of data you’re able to collect is.
If you want to find out your real identity and where you live, and how much money you have in your bank account, there are a lot of things that can be done.
But if you want your identity to be kept private, you need to use a service that provides a secure, anonymous transaction.
You need to have a unique identifier, and you need a unique payment method.
And so digital currencies can do that in a way that you wouldn’t be able to do with a traditional payment system.
They can be used to buy or sell things, and they can be transferred across borders.
What are some of the ways in which digital currencies could become a serious problem?
Digital currency can be stolen, and digital currency can also be used for illegal activities.
They also have other properties.
They come with a number of other advantages over traditional currencies.
They have more privacy, they can’t be tracked or linked back to a specific person, they don