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Can cryptocurrencies become friendlier to people and planet?

Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin rely on energy-intensive mining farms, like this one. Image: Marko Ahtisaari

Richard "Rick" Lacaille

Global Head, Environmental, Social and Governance, State Street

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A high difficulty means more computing power is needed for cryptocurrencies to function - but it makes the network more secure Image: Bitcoin.com

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