The Future of Bitcoin
The Future of Bitcoin – have you joined the revolution yet?
Directed Acylic Graph (DAG), The Real Blockchain 3.0
The New Revolution In Crypto – There is No Mining Involved
There are no miners on DAG networks. The validation of transactions goes directly to the transactions themselves. For users, this means transactions go through almost instantly.
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For all of you who don’t know if you really want to get involved in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies take a few minutes and listen to to the video above. It Might change your mind.
Can’t say he right of course, only history will provide evidence of whether or not his thoughts are correct. The rising and fall of Bitcoin provides opportunities to trade or hold coin in a wallet and pray. That’s the why I like the done for you mining solution it increases the amount of Bitcoin as you earn. This helps increase the amount of Bitcoin you are holding and tends to protect you against some losses even in a falling market.
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a payment system invented by an unidentified programmer, or group of programmers, under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin was introduced on 31 October 2008 to a cryptography mailing list, and released as open-source software in 2009.There have been various claims and speculation concerning the identity of Nakamoto, none of which are confirmed. The system is peer-to-peer and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. This video shows some of the top people in the world talking about the future of currency and the growth of bitcoin while encouraging people to start investing .
If your wondering about why CryptoCurrency, in particular Bitcoin, has sky rocketed in value during 2017 then click on the image above ⇑ and have a look at how the cryptocurrencies have developed since 2014 as people use them to raise funds for their own offerings (ICO = IPO) Its still an good time to get involved in cryptocurrency but be careful
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Some people are against cryptocurrency because it’s not ‘backed up’ by anything physical, but the U.S. Dollar isn’t ‘backed up’ by anything physical anymore either.
Well, except for the U.S. military.
Where did the Euro come from?
#16 – Bitcoin’s true potential, with Andreas M. Antonopoulos Andreas M. Antonopoulos is the author of Mastering Bitcoin (O’Reilly). We discuss the separation of state and money, how bitcoin is the worlds first trust protocol, how mining works, looking at bitcoin from a global perspective, what happens to bitcoin once we have quantum computing, and much more.
01:30 — ‘Mastering Bitcoin’, ‘The Internet of Money’, and ‘Mastering Ethereum’ 03:40 — Bitcoin’s unique trust protocol 06:15 — The politics of currency and the Wikileaks payment embargo 12:55 — How Bitcoin decentralizes power and control 18:12 — Global opportunities and challenges for expanded Bitcoin use 28:00 — Why Andreas spends Bitcoin almost every day 29:38 — How reduced volatility will help Bitcoin achieve mass adoption 32:38 — Bitcoin’s potential market capitalization 35:35 — Bitcoin versus Visa for consumer transactions 41:10 — Scaling with protocol stacks (SPDY, TCP and WebRTC) and smart contracts 44:30 — Transitioning to ‘micro-streaming’ payments 46:53 — Reversing centralization and skeuomorphism on the web 51:08 — Why Andreas advocates earning Bitcoins instead of buying them 53:42 — Andreas’s favorite wallets: Jaxx, Copay, Mycelium, Bread, Airbitz and Samurai 55:00 — How to locate a Bitcoin ATM 56:32 — Bitcoin matching service for local transactions 57:16 — Do we need a decentralized exchange? Tether 59:10 — The future of Ethereum and other digital currencies: Ethereum White Paper 1:06:10 — The most compelling application areas Andreas is tracking 1:08:00 — Privacy currencies: Zcash and Monero 1:08:22 — Zero-traceability (zk-SNARK) and the upcoming Ethereum Metropolis 1:11:13 — Resource utilization and decentralized storage: YouTube video ban 1:17:09 — Leveraging the blockchain for charity: BitGive 1:20:40 — Quantum computing and the challenge of unequal computing power 1:22:54 — The future of cryptography: ECDSA and SHA-256 1:26:43 — Andreas’s book ‘The Internet of Money’ on Audible