The case for Bitcoin as a part of retirement savings

Last week, United States Treasury Secretary Yellen spoke out against the dangers of cryptocurrencies as a retirement savings vehicle, calling it a “very risky move.” Yellen isn’t alone in her criticism; several analysts and professionals have also publically blasted the idea.

For example, Forbes contributor and partner at law firm Adkisson Pitet, Jay Adkisson, likened it to playing roulette.

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