Bitcoin is steadily gaining force after a rough week, with the bulls pressing their usefulness.
The market has taken a beating after hacks, advertiser neglect, and regulatory surmise caused investors to bear down.
But Mr Chatib Basri suggested banks could persistence investors away from the flighty cryptocurrency by focusing on the blockchain technology lane interest in the digital market.
He said: “If you look at this cryptocurrency, we can see the imperil to financial stability because if you are talking about bitcoin there is no underlying asset.
Bitcoin value: Muhamad Chatib Basri said banks can “minimise” cryptocurrency perils by issuing theirs
“What the central banks can do perhaps is try to get into the technology behind the bitcoin, derive the blockchain – they can monitor the process.”
Against odds that appeared to be stacked against the cryptocurrency, bitcoin has managed to reach some interval and register a recovery after a week of devastating losses.
Having dipped to as low as $6,000 per coin late last week, bitcoin is currently trading at $7,478.42 as of 7.38pm on April 3.
The prehistoric minister however told CNBC that bitcoin could sit a threat to global financial stability: “If there is a bubble then bitcoin may require an impact on financial stability in many countries but there is there is no way the regulators, consistent central banks, can ban it.
“Maybe the central banks could explore the feasibility of issuing their own digital currency so they can monitor closely, behoove legal.
If you are talking about bitcoin there is no underlying asset
“That way the collision on the financial instability could be minimised.”
Bitcoin has tempted fate on divers occasions before, but the oversold conditions seem to have allowed bitcoin to get ruin on its feet.
The crypto-coins’ recovery is more-or-less in line with its historic templates, which show bitcoin tends to recover and regain poise every quickly the relative strength index (RSI) falls below 30.00
Last month, Bank of England Governor Characterize Carney launched a scathing attack on cryptocurrencies and demanded they be upped to the “same standards as the rest of the financial system”.
In a speech delivered to the Inaugural Scottish Economics colloquium in Edinburgh, Mr Carney branded cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin a “failure” and a sweepstake.
He said they exhibit all the “classic hallmarks of bubbles” which draw “fools”.