Bitcoin is not a great way to pay for a cup of coffee or an airline ticket, but investors don't care. A look at Bitcoin's shift from electronic cash to digital gold
Good coverage by the & about Bitcoin Cash! "The price of Bitcoin Cash has risen over 125 percent since the plan to double the capacity of the original Bitcoin was called off" #fintech #cryptocurrency #blockchain #WallStreet #BCH
“Anyone who looked at Bitcoin and saw ‘cheap payments’ likely doesn’t have much background in computer science,” said Ben Davenport, a co-founder of the virtual currency start-up BitGo and an opponent of doubling the network.
“Anyone who looked at Bitcoin and saw ‘cheap payments’ likely doesn’t have much background in computer science,” said Ben Davenport, a co-founder of the virtual currency start-up BitGo and an opponent of doubling the network.
NYT conveniently fails to mention capacity increase via Segwit or work on LN because it does not fit their narrative "investors gave up on btc-as-currency and focus on btc-as-gold"
No one finer than to chronicle the Bitcoin frenzy. With a double whammy today, on how Bitcoin struck out as a payments method And the physical epicenter of the U.S. boom, Coinbase, a Bitcoin exchange
Censorship resistant store of value is a fine use case. Daily payments are not critical to bitcoin's utility. (Nice mug, homie! )
Tech bros buying tulip bulbs.