Yep, Bitcoin Was a Bubble. And It Popped. - Bloomberg
Yep, Bitcoin Was a Bubble. And It Popped. - Bloomberg
Bitcoin, Bubbles and Proxies - ResearchGate
Bitcoin Bubble Burst
Bitcoin Price Will Hit $1 Million After 'Two More Bubbles ...
The Bitcoin Bubble Is On - Forbes
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Why gold price are going do high? is it a gold bubble like bitcoin bubble?
Gold price is at 57,500+ as of today. Gold price has skyrocketted very quickly in some couple of months. Will it go further or it will fall quickly. Thinking of investing in gold for short 1-2 months? need suggestion.
Tesla stock TSLA chart resembles Bitcoin bubble in 2017, says analyst
This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this siteJulian Bridgen, the co-founder of the macroeconomic research firm MI2 Partners, believes Tesla stock (TSLA) shows signs of a bubble. He compared the stock Bitcoin (BTC) in 2017 when it hit $20,000 and dropped 58% in two months. From the yearly high to the month’s bottom, TSLA price […]
I am still very much beginner and have been researching more and more about Bitcoin -- thanks to a lot of people here who have helped to answer a lot of my questions earlier! I came across a very insightful book called "Blockchain: Bubble or Revolution" and found it to one of a few resources that offer a very balanced view of the technology. As a bitcoin investor, I heard a lot about the hypes and also heard a lot from the haters but most seem to simply dismiss it as speculative, claim that it's Ponzi scheme or like the tech but not sure whether what form of Crypto will win yet. However, the book was able to inform me about the real problems that Bitcoin is facing. What are your thoughts on these issues? How seriously these problems are being addressed in the Bitcoin community and are you concerned about them?
Low capacity at about 3 transactions per second. (I am aware of Segwit and Lightning network but do not quite understand about the timeline and how effective are these solutions)
Centralization in the hands of a few (mostly Chinese miners) who refuse to make a change that would make Bitcoin more popular that would eat into their mining profits. The problem here is that the Chinese government likes to exercise control over its top tech companies. This means that the Chinese government could easily censor or interfere with the Bitcoin network, limit mining, or otherwise harm the Bitcoin ecosystem, something it’s threatened to do repeatedly. A powerful central government and a handful of big companies could control the future of Bitcoin. This is not the world that Satoshi envisioned.
The community's inability to agree on anything -- including the popular amendment to grow block size or the number of transactions in the block (seem like an obvious solution but they can't agree on this??). This would let Bitcoin handle more payment per second and lower the fee but it seems like those who benefit from this want the fee to be higher?
The "civil war" in the Bitcoin community over the block size increases amendment which leads to widespread censorship of opposing views on the Bitcoin official subreddit, forums, and websites. (now I am not sure if this thread will be deleted??)
The fact the majority of Bitcoin clients (full node) run on just one company's software -- Bitcoin Core Client Software. The Verge reports that Bitcoin Core’s code is so complicated, and the dangers of getting something wrong so high, that only a handful of programmers can actually understand the full system and implement changes.
It is July 6, 2020, and a bubble is indeed about to burst in the Bitcoin world. It is not the Bitcoin bubble, because Bitcoin is not a bubble. On the other hand, the anti-Bitcoin bubble is about to burst as I explain here in detail: "The Anti-Bitcoin Bubble Is About to Burst". We can see that the historical opponents of Bitcoin are changing positions one after the other. More and more institutional investors are now buying Bitcoin to hedge against the great monetary inflation that is currently taking place. Pragmatism is taking over the hatred of some towards Bitcoin. You can't fight the fastest horse in the race for profits indefinitely, in the words of macro investor Paul Tudor Jones. In a few months, the anti-Bitcoin bubble will have burst in my opinion. The fiercest opponents will have to face the facts: Bitcoin is here to stay! Footnotes The Anti-Bitcoin Bubble Is About to Burst Bitcoin Is the Fastest Horse in the Profits Race
Bitcoin, Bubbles and Proxies Francesco Strati Abstract Is there a bubble in the bitcoin marketplace? and if yes, is there any proxy of a bubbly dynamic not spotted by just looking at the prices? Bitcoin Bubble Burst in the media: From December 6th to 7th, sadly sneaky code was added, which drained the battery and performance of around 10.000 users, we like compensate those, by spending for a good, humanistic, cause the same amount - soon more about that. Data & APIs. Trading Data Analysing the trade values for rapid changes by applying advanced statistical algorithms. We are using the ... Bitcoin bubbles generally tend to grow after a fresh wave of new users join the market. The first registered Bitcoin bubble popped in 2011. This was then followed by a second bubble in late 2013. Bubbles are mathematically impossible in this new paradigm. So are corrections and all else ... Bitcoin wasn’t eclipsed by a competitor — the main alternative cryptocurrencies had even bigger ... The Bitcoin Bubbles. Authors own calculations. The orange lines denote when the price is showing explosive behaviour. We also see a period where the hash rate was growing explosively – the blue ...
Article: https://medium.com/@Truth_Investor/bitcoin-three-ways-the-bubble-will-pop-40678ce11698 I know many will dislike the video just for the title alone, ... Follow me on twitter @Touzoumoune Together to the mooon : btc : 12eXhPbYzNx56gbiVQUAiMzM2pTxNZGf53 eth : 0xE6f0a9D05f3276d323C0345373A53ff02B048318 L'élite Bitcoin and all the other cryptocurrencies are in a bubble—a bubble that is going to pop. Here's a discussion as to why these cryptocurrencies are a horrible... NVT (Network Value To Transactions)shows you a number of Bitcoins in circulation versus the number of goods and services that Bitcoin can purchase, Matthew S... Bitcoin has seen a huge momentum and rise this year and today we discuss wether it is in a bubble. I wanted to make this video because I received an interesting question from one of the viewers.