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Bitcoin May Not Be Around In 100 Years, Says Nobel Laureate Economist Robert Shiller

Robert Shiller, a Nobel Prize-winning economist and Yale University professor, says bitcoin may be extinct in 100 years because it “looks like a bubble.” If bitcoin is around, Shiller says it will be a completely different iteration of what it is today. “I’m thinking bitcoin won’t look anything like it is today,” Shiller told CNBC.
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