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Theory of Bitcoin
Theory of Bitcoin is a mildly navel-gazing space for inquiring into what makes Bitcoin work as a currency, why it's a better currency than the others, and what we in a community can do to help make it better.
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Bitcoin has a stable monetary supply, in terms of purchasing power it's a deflationary currency. Tons of economists say that deflation is bad. These government economists never explain what's causing that deflation. I made this video comparing what's better: a little bit of inflation or deflation?
Cryptopia film makes for an engaging journey for the Bitcoin curious that is every bit as entertaining as it is educational. This documentary film attempts to explain what makes Bitcoin so special as a new digital currency. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)
Cryptopia film makes for an engaging journey for the Bitcoin curious that is every bit as entertaining as it is educational. This documentary film attempts to explain what makes Bitcoin so special as a new digital currency.
I am new to the bitcoin world. I have a little currency in mycelium wallet, but the purchase I'm trying to make is LITERALLY 0.00001 more than I have. I want to add to it, but there is a $45 min to buy, but I only have $20... What can I do?
Let's have a clear and open discuss on what makes some people believe bitcoin is a currency and others say it can never be a currency. What defines a currency? What would make it so that the next time I google search bitcoins price it isn't measured in USD, it is measured in satoshis.
Will USD always be around in fiat form. What about a USD coin actually backed by the federal reserve. What makes currency anyway? Imagine we drop fiat and just use digital tokens. It makes sense to always have a type of card where said digital currency is stored. Instead of $1000 USD in fiat in a visa well we have $1000 in USD coin in visa. No one uses fiat anymore. This could be a reality. Not sure why as I skim this subreddit I see a lot of hatred towards crypto. I am not sure if they are trolls or from investing lol . The point is the zeitgeist and even the overton window will most definitely shift post COVID-19. Banks are empty and not many people are using fiat because of the crisis going on. To make the case that banks keep our USD crypto is also laughable. Essentially there would be no need for them. With everyone having their own wallet. The idea won't fly though as hey Mr. 60 year old with dementia just lost 40k in USD retirement because he lost his crypto key. Overcome that little obstacle and even the haters of crypto would come around. SO, maybe banks should stick around then huh? Keep our keys safe. Wouldn't that work against what crypto is supposed to be about? This is far too complicated for even top economists to answer huh. I end with what I started. I believe we are moving towards a digital age. We shall see where things go from here.
Mann I remember trying to put y’all on to crypto currency on the PlayStation fortnite community several months back and y’all got my account that I had for like 10 years banned off psn as a whole🙄😏crypto is key what more can I say.. bitcoin is god that’s it...
FED crypto currency (CBDC)? Any one have thoughts on this & what it could possibly mean for bitcoin?...”The advent of Bitcoin as a de facto currency is forcing the global banking community to realize that they are still working on an infrastructure that is hundreds of years old - and outdated.”
Where Bitcoin fits into the world currency rankings The US dollar (USD) is currently by far the largest fiat currency by circulating supply. According to the US Federal Reserve , there is $1.95 trillion worth of Federal Reserve notes and coins in circulation—more than three-quarters of which is made up of $100 and $20 bills. Asking which banks accept bitcoin is not a simple question with straightforward answers. Many banks are still resistant to bitcoin. “Capital One is currently declining credit card transactions to purchase cryptocurrency due to the limited mainstream acceptance and the elevated risks of fraud, loss, and volatility inherent in the cryptocurrency market,” a Capital One spokesperson told ... Bitcoin is a digital Crypto currency used to transfer funds, operating without any central bank or any central government. Bitcoin is the first Crypto currency that opened the doors for many other Crypto currencies to follow suit. It is free to store Bitcoin but it does cost a small fee to send it. What Is Bitcoin (BTC)? Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrency originally described in a 2008 whitepaper by a person, or group of people, using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto.It was launched soon after, in January 2009. Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer online currency, meaning that all transactions happen directly between equal, independent network participants, without the need for any intermediary to ... Although Bitcoin was designed to be used as a digital currency to compete with the status quo of the dollar, pound, yen, euro, and other fiat currencies, most people buy it as a speculative ...
Bitcoin - Crypto-currency? What is it? What is it good for? How can you get some? Tune in for The Cyber Underground where host Dave Stevens and Gordon Bruce, the Tek-Tzar, answer these bitcoin ... Whether or not it's worth investing in, the math behind Bitcoin is an elegant solution to some complex problems. Hosted by: Michael Aranda Special Thanks: Da... What is Bitcoin? Is it a currency? I mean it is a system of money, it is a store of value and it can be exchanged and traded. But its not legal tender and it is not controlled by a Government. The most watched Bitcoin introduction video ever. Updated in April 2014, this video explains how bitcoin works and the importance of this paradigm shifting t... Baffled by bitcoin? Confused by the concept of crypto-currencies? Well, fear no more. In 190 seconds we explain what bitcoin actually is, where the idea came...