By Alex Christoforou
Ron Paul appeared on CNBC to warn viewers that cryptocurrencies had become an asset that rivals the bubble he sees in stocks…
“I think it’s going to continue to do exactly what it’s doing. It’s going higher and it’s going lower,” he said Tuesday on CNBC’s ‘Futures Now’.
“We can look at what’s happening now, which to me is a climactic end of QEs.”
CNBC reports that Pauls sees the cryptocurrency craze as a side effect of central banks doing several rounds of quantitative easing to cope with the last financial crisis.
“I look at the problems we face. I think they’re gigantic and people are desperate and looking everywhere. Why would they buy bonds that pay negative interest rates? Why would they buy stocks, and say well this time it’s different? ” asked Paul.
“Cryptocurrency is a reflection of the disaster of the monetary dollar system.”