What Does the Russian Invasion of Ukraine Mean for Bitcoin?

The crypto-economics of a misguided move

Image: Licensed adobe stock by Hugh O’Neill

Waking up this morning in the UK I was as shocked as everyone else that Putin had “pressed the button” on what appears to be a full out assault on Ukraine after weeks of steadfastly — and publicly — denying that he would do.

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Jason Deane

Jason Deane

I blog on things I am passionate about: Bitcoin, writing, money, life’s crazy turns and being a dad. Lover of learning, family and cheese. (jasondeane@msn.com)

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