Since Krugman dissed it at $7, Bitcoin is up 365,999 percent

In a Sept. 7, 2011 article in The New York Times, leftist economist Paul Krugman insisted that Bitcoin was a bubble waiting to burst. He questioned the cryptocurrency's viability as a currency, criticized its decentralized nature, and expressed skepticism about its long-term prospects.
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