Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Talks Growth of Bitcoin – Presented by: The Aol. On Network

On Friday, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the department is closely following the growth of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The secretary made the comments during a talk at the Economic Club of Washington DC. He then added that the Financial Stability Oversight Council, a group within the Treasury, has established a working group on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies to evaluate risks to investors. Mnuchin went on to say, “I am concerned that consumers could get hurt.

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