Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Tuesday the central bank was read...
DatavetarenThe collapse of the Soviet union proved that you cannot centrally control price of goods & services. Somehow, money itself was spared from this epic failure. Centrally controlling price of money is just morally wrong. Buy #bitcoin.
Europas Konjunktur hat sich dramatisch verschlechtert, ebenso die Inflationserwartungen. Doch die Währungshüter haben bereits alle konventionellen Gegenmaßnahmen ergriffen. Ökonomen haben nun eine radikale, aber umstrittene Idee.
It seems to be a foregone conclusion these days that the market for money is winner-take-all. We look at several challenges for Bitcoin that work as counterforces to such consolidation into one money.
DatavetarenThe problem with this article is that the authors believe cryptocurrencies are driven by social pathos. The engineering behind #bitcoin is to keep it secure with no single-point-of-failure. This is based on science; not "community feelings."
DatavetarenNot seeing anything steep on BDD (e.g. oxt.me) so it seems it is not old coins being sold. Can anyone confirm? Or do we need to wait for statistics to update? #bitcoin
DatavetarenLook at BDD (oxt.me). This is taking an average on 8 days, so it may be a spike that isn't rendered yet. Does this mean the coins being sold are not old? Where do the sellers come from? Are people having billions on exchanges? Isn't that risky? #bitcoin pic.twitter.com/7OF85TybJj