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I knew where this chat – and his cash – was heading. The B-word, which has somehow pushed Brexit into second place. I have put half of it in Bitcoin,’ he added, glancing in his rear view mirror, perhaps seeing if I was shocked or aghast at his decision. I was intrigued more than anything to find out what prompted his decision. 16,000 a coin – or 70 per cent in a week – so the move, at present, has been a wise one. You cannot move for noise about Bitcoin.

The amount of correspondence I’ve had about cryptocurrencies in the last month has also rocketed. It’s a complete and utter feeding frenzy, which fuels worry about online currencies. Many suggest they are taking money out of their tax-free Isa wrappers. Unless you have built up a huge pot, many find the low rates pointless, especially with the relatively new personal savings allowance.