While bitcoin usage could increase, be wary of the risks

“Bitcoin value hits a life-time high,”; “bitcoins are now more expensive than gold,”; “Winklevoss twins make a bid for an exchange-traded fund based on bitcoin.” Headlines such as these are making everyone sit up and take notice of the virtual currency that had faded into the oblivion two years ago.Similar frenzy and excitement had prevailed in 2013 and 2014, followed by revelation of a series of ...