Questions on: currencies - страница 2

There is the theory first described by Hal Finney that if an alt currency supplants bitcoin (in which Bitcoin's value goes down as coins are sod for transfer to another) then that is something that too can be repeated over and over, and thus crypto c
The Bitcoin price is the result of a free market. There is no central authority that could by order "pump money into the system". This currently happens anyway - but decentralized
Yes, this is a real possibility. Effectively, Satoshi Nakamoto created a billion dollar market-capitalization of currency out of thin-air. Of course major corporations are going to attempt their own flavor, it is the nature of capitalism and it is a
If I understand you correctly, the answer is yes. You could use a Bitcoin-like system simply to track the movement of 'shares' or 'units'. All the 'coins' could start out pre-mined, and the system's sole purpose could be to track the movement of thos
Keep an eye on the Bitcoin price, even while browsing in other tabs. Simply keep this site open and see the live Bitcoin price in the browser tab. (Note: Some mobile browsers don’t yet support this feature
OrbitCoin (ORB) SPECIFICATIONS Advanced hybrid Scrypt proof-of-work (PoW) and proof-of-stake (PoS) 3. 77 million coins to be produced 1 minute combined block target (3 minutes for PoW, 1. 5 minutes for PoS) Retargets every block using Orbitcoin Super
I think whatever views comes up will always be views - why? Because decisions come from groups of people unless its a dictatorship! What we are seeing is a East - West divide. More eastern countries are portraying Bitcoin in a negative light whereas
Fintech startup Freemit is about to launch the next generation of money transfer. “Money when you need it, anywhere, in any currency, from anyone, in seconds, NO fees,” states the Freemit website in simple and very disruptive terms. “Send, spend and
google news on my phone had an article yesterday. LiteCoin, DogeCoin, Quark, NameCoin, PeerCoin ( Dogecoin is a less serious to take) Bitcoin is king, will it be unseated.
Who proposed the XBT ticker for Bitcoin and why is it used over the more logical XBC ticker? September 29, 2014 22:00 The X indicates it's not a national currency, but rather a supranational currency (like the East Caribbean Dollar, XCD) or something else that isn't quite a currency, like IMF special drawing rights (XDR) or precious metals (XAU is gold, XAG is silver, etc