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Microcash - General Discussion

Microcash is a new form of cryptographic currency, currently under development. Bitcoin has been a genius proof-of-concept and proof-of-adoption digital commodity. The Microcash project hopes to vastly improve upon the distributed cryptographic currency idea with numerous innovations that current crypto-currencies cannot implement due to the nature of the bitcoin protocol.
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Nutcoin

Nutcoin - The Anti Scarcity Stabilized Currency
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Bata.io

Bata Currency | Trading Symbol : BTA Cryptocurrency created to replace debt based barter tokens within a blockchain economy. Multi-Algo with Masternodes.
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In Alien, the starship that Ripley blew up cost only $42million. Today, SpaceX Starship will cost at least $2billion to develop. This gives us a sense of how inflation has changed the perception of dollar value since 1979, and why the crypto movement began in Bitcoin.

In Alien, the starship that Ripley blew up cost only $42million. Today, SpaceX Starship will cost at least $2billion to develop. This gives us a sense of how inflation has changed the perception of dollar value since 1979, and why the crypto movement began in Bitcoin. submitted by decuneiform to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Largest dollar value transaction in Bitcoin's history! $1.1B (88,857 BTC) moved for a fee of just $3.58 (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

Largest dollar value transaction in Bitcoin's history! $1.1B (88,857 BTC) moved for a fee of just $3.58 (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin’s value theoretically only grows because it’s like a battery in some sense. You can buy bitcoin today with money you earned working, but you can have more faith the value of bitcoin will remain over a longer time horizon than the dollar. +3

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@TheEconomist: The dollar fell by more than 4% against a basket of other major currencies in July, the largest monthly decline in a decade, as the value of euros, gold and bitcoin soared https://t.co/TlQefjkisu

@TheEconomist: The dollar fell by more than 4% against a basket of other major currencies in July, the largest monthly decline in a decade, as the value of euros, gold and bitcoin soared https://t.co/TlQefjkisu submitted by -en- to newsbotbot [link] [comments]

Hello community, I come here to share my bitcoin analysis, for that I used the excel function (forecast spreadsheet), put the values of prices in dollars in the daily period, did the same with the capitalization market values and made a graph combining the values,

Hello community, I come here to share my bitcoin analysis, for that I used the excel function (forecast spreadsheet), put the values of prices in dollars in the daily period, did the same with the capitalization market values and made a graph combining the values, submitted by midasilva to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Just remember that "prices" are just a subjective way for people to measure how much they value something using numbers. We don't have to think about the price of Bitcoin in terms of Dollars. That's just how we're conditioned. We could start pricing Bitcoin in terms of time and energy instead.

But way or another, Bitcoin will win out because it is the fairest and most secure accounting information system that the world has ever seen.
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03-19 13:25 - 'Good job a shit load of Tether dollars have just been printed, I mean come on scam or what miners desperate for price rises and there you go a load of new Tether tokens. / Where is the value in Bitcoin 😂.' by /u/CreepyCranfield9 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 356-366min

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Good job a shit load of Tether dollars have just been printed, I mean come on scam or what miners desperate for price rises and there you go a load of new Tether tokens.
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I have a question about using Btc to make purchases. Say I have 100 in btc to buy something then the value of btc goes down and that’s now only worth 90 dollars. What do I do then? Do I just use more bitcoin to pay for it?

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How Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash's currency issuance schedules compare with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Are BTC & BCH inflationary or deflationary? Which is a better store of value in the long run?

How Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash's currency issuance schedules compare with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Are BTC & BCH inflationary or deflationary? Which is a better store of value in the long run? submitted by ColinTalksCrypto to btc [link] [comments]

How Bitcoin's currency issuance schedule compares with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Is Bitcoin inflationary or deflationary? Which would be a better store of value in the long run?

How Bitcoin's currency issuance schedule compares with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Is Bitcoin inflationary or deflationary? Which would be a better store of value in the long run? submitted by ColinTalksCrypto to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin are digital and online currencies, they are like the dollars, pounds, euros.But, online and valued than these physical currencies. Bitcoin in question is a type of cryptography currency and the most valuable. 1BTC today is valued much in dollar it has a very high appreciation rate and its co

Bitcoin are digital and online currencies, they are like the dollars, pounds, euros.But, online and valued than these physical currencies. Bitcoin in question is a type of cryptography currency and the most valuable. 1BTC today is valued much in dollar it has a very high appreciation rate and its co submitted by ryan_joes to u/ryan_joes [link] [comments]

How Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash's currency issuance schedules compare with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Are BTC & BCH inflationary or deflationary? Which is a better store of value in the long run?

How Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash's currency issuance schedules compare with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Are BTC & BCH inflationary or deflationary? Which is a better store of value in the long run? submitted by ColinTalksCrypto to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

How Bitcoin's currency issuance schedule compares with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Is Bitcoin inflationary or deflationary? Which would be a better store of value in the long run?

How Bitcoin's currency issuance schedule compares with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Is Bitcoin inflationary or deflationary? Which would be a better store of value in the long run? submitted by ColinTalksCrypto to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

How Bitcoin's currency issuance schedule compares with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Is Bitcoin inflationary or deflationary? Which would be a better store of value in the long run?

How Bitcoin's currency issuance schedule compares with the US dollar and fiat-based currencies. Is Bitcoin inflationary or deflationary? Which would be a better store of value in the long run? submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

Fiat pegged value is illusory: A gallon of milk now cost roughly twice what it did 10 years go in US dollars. A gallon of milk costs about 1/1000 what it did in bitcoins 5 years ago.

Fiat pegged value is illusory: A gallon of milk now cost roughly twice what it did 10 years go in US dollars. A gallon of milk costs about 1/1000 what it did in bitcoins 5 years ago.
Yet people say fiat like the us dollar is somehow more secure. They talk aboit bitcoin not being "pegged" to anything.. No paper currency is pegged to anything and since all governments are printing paper currency endlessly it is guaranteed to slip in value more than something like bitcoin which is firmly limited in number to apprx 21 million.
Fiat Currency is demonstrably LESS "pegged" as the numbers above show.
So many concepts that people throw around as criticisms of bitcoin they universally accept with their fiat without even a thought.
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Futures trading based on the dollar artificially inflates bitcoin, ruining it as a store of value in the process.

Based on the fact that futures trading can artificially inflate or deflate bitcoin, without the speculators actually having to buy bitcoins, this process ruins the whole concept of finite supply, in this scenario bitcoin fails to be a store of value as it was once considered and becomes something far less reliable.
http://genesisblocknews.com/paper-bitcoins-have-the-potential-to-ruin-the-bitcoin-market/
https://news.bitcoin.com/how-bitcoin-futures-products-affected-cryptocurrency-markets-in-2018/
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NYC FOMO? Last time Bitcoin hit $20,000 in Jan 2018 -- NYC skyrocketed to $0.0012 on Millions of Dollars of trading volume over a few short days. 100 TIMES today's value. Will it happen again...

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Bitcoin is scaling, in a safe and gradual way appropriate for a network securing hundreds of Billions of dollars in value

Bitcoin is scaling, in a safe and gradual way appropriate for a network securing hundreds of Billions of dollars in value submitted by windsok to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

04-07 09:03 - 'No, I didn't. The values of everyone's dollar goes down equally, with the banks get a lot new money. The reason why the value of everyone's money goes down is because the new money joins the old money in purchasing available goods...' by /u/exab removed from /r/Bitcoin within 24-34min

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No, I didn't. The values of everyone's dollar goes down equally, with the banks get a lot new money. The reason why the value of everyone's money goes down is because the new money joins the old money in purchasing available goods and so on, driving prices up. As a result, banks get richer, people get poorer.
I'm going to ask you one more time. How come the super rich become even richer with the stimulation that comes from inflation?
In fact, there wasn't any super rich people 50~100 years ago. It's the concentration of money, which is caused by inflation in the first place, that created the super rich.
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04-07 09:03 - 'No, I didn't. The values of everyone's dollar goes down equally, with the banks get a lot new money. The reason why the value of everyone's money goes down is because the new money joins the old money in purchasing available goods...' by /u/exab removed from /r/Bitcoin within 24-34min

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No, I didn't. The values of everyone's dollar goes down equally, with the banks get a lot new money. The reason why the value of everyone's money goes down is because the new money joins the old money in purchasing available goods and so on, driving prices up. As a result, banks get richer, people get poorer.
I'm going to ask you one more time. How come the super rich become even richer with the stimulation that comes from inflation?
In fact, there wasn't any super rich people 50~100 years ago. It's the concentration of money, which is caused by inflation in the first place, that created the super rich.
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03-17 08:03 - 'The U.S dollar has lost 96% of its value since 1913... Bitcoin can do that in a week!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/e3ee3 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 47-57min

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Nothing beats Bitcoin.
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The U.S dollar has lost 96% of its value since 1913... Bitcoin can do that in a week!
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What the impact if Bitcoin is valued in 1 million dollars? What would be the benefits for society in general? Tons of new millionaires or even billionaires would permit a fairest distribution of goods and money and create more opportunities to innovations?

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