Robert Shiller: Bitcoin Craze Is More Psychological Than Economic

Bitcoin is coming off one of its best one-day performances of the year, but one Nobel Prize-winning economist sees the cryptocurrency as more of a psychological experiment than a serious investment.

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“I’m interested in bitcoin as a sort of bubble. It doesn’t mean that it will disappear, that it’ll burst forever. It may be with us for a while,” Robert Shiller, professor of economics at Yale University and co-founder of the Case-Shiller Index, told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Thursday.

“To me, it’s interesting as another example of faddish human behavior. It’s glamorous,” he added.

Robert Shiller: Bitcoin Craze Is More Psychological Than Economic

Bitcoin craze is more psychological than economic: Nobel laureate from CNBC.