Bitcoin doesn’t feel like money

Bitcoin doesn’t feel like money – yet

John Lanchester landed on the bestseller lists in 2012 when he published Capital, the story of a London street whose residents receive unsigned postcards marked: “We Want What You Have,” and whose lives are all somehow transformed by the global financial crisis. (The book was also adapted into a miniseries.) Lanchester’s interest in the world of money came late. Though his father was a banker, he only became keenly interested when it came time to write his novel. He realised just how crucial the City was as an engine of London.

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Nowadays, besides working on his next novel, Lanchester writes finance-themed essays and books – such as How to Speak Money, published in 2014. He recently published

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