Governments Can’t Stop Cryptocurrencies, Carlyle Group Chairman David Rubinstein Says

Governments wanting or being able to stop cryptocurrencies is “unrealistic at this point,” noted the former Chairman of the Smithsonian Institution – David Rubenstein. Furthermore, he outlined digital assets’ significant role in the financial industry and predicted that they are not going away.

With the spectacular growth of the crypto market in the past year or so, numerous experts have broached concerns about a potential ban from world governments and the effects it could have on the industry.

However, David Rubenstein, Chairman of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Co-Founder of the American private equity firm The Carlyle Group, believes there’s no such possibility.

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