Por Nicolás Cachanosky. Publicado el 26/8/19 en: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1467-8454.12158?fbclid=IwAR11_93Aqy0VE37byb8M7k8NJH77P1r9Rv4zv2Ywyd2S1g5BAlAyc4Q9dAw#.XWPZak4dB84.
The growing literature on Bitcoin can be divided into two groups. One performs an economic analysis of Bitcoin focusing on its monetary characteristics. The other one takes a financial look at the price of Bitcoin. Interestingly, both of these groups have not given much more than passing comments to the problem of whether or not Bitcoin has the right monetary rule in order to become a well‐established currency. This paper argues that Bitcoin in particular, and cryptocurrencies in general, do not have a good monetary rule and that this shortcoming seriously limits its prospect of becoming widely used money.
Nicolás Cachanosky es Doctor en Economía, (Suffolk University), Lic. en Economía, (UCA), Master en Economía y Ciencias Políticas, (ESEADE). Fué profesor de Finanzas Públicas en UCA y es Assistant Professor of Economics en Metropolitan State University of Denver.