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Blignault Gouws fancies himself blessed for knowing the difference between a dollar note and a cereal box baseball card (“A step forward?”, January 16). But does he also know that were it not for the “shock absorber” that is the rest of the world, a crutch otherwise not required by cryptocurrency, his precious dollar would be worth a cereal box baseball card?

Mpho Tjabane
Johannesburg

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