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Bitcoin - The Internet of Money

/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin and cryptocurrency leaders. Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever. Learn more about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, cryptocurrency, and more.
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BitcoinSoV

BSoV: The first mine-able, deflationary, open sourced, decentralized cryptocurrency Hedge to act as a Store of Value against the monetary inflation of fiat currency. BSoV is mined using a simple Keccak256 (Sha3) algorithm. There is No ICO, No Pre-mine, and No Governance. This allows for BSoV to be completely decentralized and fairly distributed. With each transfer of BSoV tokens, 1% of the total transaction is burned forever.
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Decentralized Monetary System

Rya is a crypto designed to function as a stable, scalable and decentralized medium of exchange. By using a smart money supply solution based on p2p loans, the price of money will always be appropriate for the state of the economy.
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Bitcoin on Twitter: "The "store of value" narrative promoted by BTC maximalists like @saifedean looks a lot more ridiculous now that BTC is down nearly 80% YTD. It was irresponsible to ever promote Bitcoin as a "store of value." Bitcoin is p2p cash, not a get rich quick scheme."

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Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties

Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties submitted by berndtzl to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

BTC is a store of value, Bitcoin is flawed, lightning network is needed

Problem. Reaction. Solution
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Emin Gün Sirer: "Core wants to be a store of value. Bitcoin Cash is moving forward with adoption."

Emin Gün Sirer: submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Peter Schiff Comments on Bitcoin as a Store of Value, Bitcoin ETF and Other Observances From Last Week's SALT conference in Las Vegas, NV

If you did not attend last week's SALT Conference in Las Vegas, be sure to have a listen to libertarian economist and businessman Peter Schiff's latest podcast. He has some very interesting observations with respect to the involvement of big financial firms in the Bitcoin space. Particularly interesting in this podcast was how in a supposed collusion, the big financial firms had the same talking points with respect to Bitcoin as a store of value. To counter idea of how can Bitcoin Core be a store of value if there is no underlying utility, there was an absurd claim that gold has been used quite successfully as store of value throughout history and has no underlying utility. They were inferring that a underlying utility is not required to have a store of value!

The podcast is quite long, but the observations and commentary are worth listening to.
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Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties

An interesting read. https://medium.com/@muellerberndt/showdown-of-stores-of-value-bitcoin-vs-cryptokitties-8df80f4045e7
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Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system and should be used for everyday payments. Bitcoin is not just a store of value! Bitcoin Cash is here to stay.

Bitcoin Cash is getting more and more adopted world wide. My question is this: how many merchants accept Bitcoin Cash BCH via Bitpay and others? 100K, 200K or 300K? Have a nice day people.
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"To be a store of value, Bitcoin needs to be used by the masses."

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Bitcoin on Twitter: The "store of value" narrative promoted by BTC maximalists like @saifedean looks a lot more ridiculous now that BTC is down nearly 80% YTD. It was irresponsible to ever promote Bitcoin as a "store of value." Bitcoin is p2p cash, not a get rich quick scheme.

Bitcoin on Twitter: The submitted by Egon_1 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Can Gold Be Dethroned As Best Store Of Value? Bitcoin May Have The Answer

Can Gold Be Dethroned As Best Store Of Value? Bitcoin May Have The Answer submitted by KitcoNews to KitcoNEWS [link] [comments]

Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties

Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties submitted by lazy-jones to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Can Gold Be Dethroned As Best Store Of Value? Bitcoin May Have The Answer

Can Gold Be Dethroned As Best Store Of Value? Bitcoin May Have The Answer submitted by sexyama to storeofvalue [link] [comments]

Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties

Showdown of Stores of Value: Bitcoin vs. CryptoKitties submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

The more I read about SegwitCoin/LN, the closer I get to this conclusion: There will be 2 Bitcoins in the future a) Store-of-value Bitcoin, (low velocity, high fees with awkward bolt-on cash feature [LN]) b) Bitcoin Cash, a true, high-velocity digital currency. Akin to national currencies vs gold.

Am I late to the party?
this thread pretty much sealed the analysis for me:
https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/6xdm7o/the_new_doublespeak_lightning_transactions_dont/
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"store of value" Bitcoin might cost about $30 a transaction

Just some back of the napkin math: Let's say there's 12.5 bitcoins per block x 6 , thtas 75. times 24 hours in a day = 1800 bitcoins a day being currently issued. Let's set the bar low, so rewind to when bitcoin was , say, $555. That gives us an even one million dollars a day in security. As subsidies approach zero, and we want $1M in fees, let's imagine a future where Bitcoin is like digital gold, not used fo commerce much, but lots of people use it as a store of value. If a million people are using bitcoin and making one transaction a month, lets say a month = 30 days... then $30 /30 days = 1. ..or 33,333 tx per day x $30 = 1M.
So, I suppose that future is possible, but subject to a lot of risk in that the adoption of this use case might not come to fruition if people can use other things as a similar store of value more easily and cheaply.
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Bitcoin on Twitter: "The "store of value" narrative promoted by BTC maximalists like @saifedean looks a lot more ridiculous now that BTC is down nearly 80% YTD. It was irresponsible to ever promote Bitcoin as a "store of value." Bitcoin is p2p cash, not a get rich quick scheme."

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Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable

Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable

Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable submitted by DeepBlueMachine to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitcoin on Twitter: "The "store of value" narrative promoted by BTC maximalists like @saifedean looks a lot more ridiculous now that BTC is down nearly 80% YTD. It was irresponsible to ever promote Bitcoin as a "store of value." Bitcoin is p2p cash, not a get rich quick scheme."

Bitcoin on Twitter: submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable

Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable submitted by bitnewsbot to bitnewsbot [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Price Watch: As a Store-of-Value, Bitcoin Is Unbeatable

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Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system and should be used for everyday payments. Bitcoin is not just a store of value! Bitcoin Cash is here to stay. /r/btc

Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system and should be used for everyday payments. Bitcoin is not just a store of value! Bitcoin Cash is here to stay. /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Q&A: Price volatility and store-of-value BITCOIN (BTC) SCALES JUST FINE AS STORE OF VALUE ... Bitcoin as a Store of Value STORE OF VALUE: Bitcoin vs. gold vs. dollars Rick Falkvinge: BTC is NOT a Store of Value  Bitcoin.com Features

Bitcoin is an “aspirational store of value” and an “insurance policy” against an increasingly precarious financial system, according to a new report from Fidelity Digital Assets, an arm of Fidelity Investments, which holds over $8 trillion in assets.. The report, Bitcoin Investment Thesis: An Aspirational Store of Value, says the leading crypto meets the criteria for being classed as a ... Bitcoin isn’t supposed to be useful for payments, because it is primarily a store of value like gold, obviously. Visa and MasterCard are better for payments, you can even get 3% cash-back! Putting an End to the Bitcoin Store of Value Fallacy Over the last few years, many have claimed that bitcoin core ( BTC ) has turned into, or will soon become, a store of value (SoV). The truth is, as the ecosystem matures, Bitcoin may simultaneously serve many functions - either foundationally or through incremental layers. One of the beautiful things about Bitcoin is that its success is not predicated on serving a singular purpose. In this piece, we will focus on the view that Bitcoin is an aspirational store of value. Bitcoin Store Of Value Conclusion. Blocke sums up his argument with the following: “Bitcoin’s value (and its ability to store value) are inseparable from its usefulness as a form of money and its ability to grow and be adopted by more and more people around the world.”

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Bitcoin Q&A: Price volatility and store-of-value

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