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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Bitcoin - The Internet of Money

/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin industry 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.
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What are the biggest threats to Bitcoin's success in the long-term?

Would like to preface this by saying that I'm a huge believer in Bitcoin and it's the only cryptocurrency I'd bother owning. But, like any other bet, I'm open to the possibility of being wrong.
I'm curious about people's opinions on this. Implicitly, people assert that Bitcoin will succeed in the long run without any other considerations, going as far as saying that it would replace the dollar. What are some things to watch out for that could cause Bitcoin to fail over the long-term?
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Square Lowers Its Q1 Estimates by $800M Despite Bitcoin Success

Square Lowers Its Q1 Estimates by $800M Despite Bitcoin Success submitted by a36 to AllThingsCrypto [link] [comments]

Square Lowers Its Q1 Estimates by $800M Despite Bitcoin Success

Square Lowers Its Q1 Estimates by $800M Despite Bitcoin Success submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Bitcoin last week on the cash app. P.S. I only had 5$ to invest. 🙏 I need to start praying for bitcoins' success. 💵 #2020 #Thisisouryear

Bitcoin last week on the cash app. P.S. I only had 5$ to invest. 🙏 I need to start praying for bitcoins' success. 💵 #2020 #Thisisouryear submitted by ChrisRawk777 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Mass Adoption is Not Necessary For Bitcoins Success

For many Alt Coins, the only path to success is mass adoption.
But Bitcoin can succeed without mass adoption, as it fulfills many other more important needs and use cases.
Bitcoin can succeed as an investment vehicle, a store of value and digital gold.
Bitcoin can succeed for cross border payments as people flee war torn countries, and countries facing financial crisis.
There are many different ways Bitcoin can succeed, without mass adoption.
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It's a strange world we live in when the @bitcoin account is arguing against Bitcoin's success

It's a strange world we live in when the @bitcoin account is arguing against Bitcoin's success submitted by nugget_alex to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

It's a strange world we live in when the @bitcoin account is arguing against Bitcoin's success...

It's a strange world we live in when the @bitcoin account is arguing against Bitcoin's success... submitted by nugget_alex to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Successfully Completes 3rd Reward Halving Amidst an Economic Crisis

Bitcoin Successfully Completes 3rd Reward Halving Amidst an Economic Crisis submitted by Crypto-Economy to cryptoeconomynet [link] [comments]

Bitcoin succeeds in part because it has no leader, no "Jesus", no "messiah". Bitcoin succeeds largely because it's face is... us. Please don't give anyone such a status. It's Paramount to Bitcoin's success.

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My Bitcoin success story

I'm currently traveling through South America, where credit cards are rarely accepted (only by really high-end restaurants and hotels). I normally take cash out of the ATM and use that, but I screwed up and forgot to take my card back from the ATM so it got eaten. I called the ATM's bank and they said it would take 5 days to get the card back, but I was already on my way to a different country. My bank said they could mail a new ATM card but that would also take 5+ days. So I found myself stuck with about $25 to last me for 5 days, maybe even more.
I looked at my different options, Western Union and MoneyGram wanted to charge about $15, plus a 3% fee on conversion rate - PLUS a bank wire fee of $25 by my own bank!
Then I had the idea to get on Coinmap, and lo and behold there's a cafe that accepts BTC. I stopped in for lunch and the owner asked me if I wanted to sell any Bitcoin. I was like hell yeah, that would be a lifesaver! He used a local exchange rate, which was worse than mine, so not only did I get a fresh stack of cash to hold me over for a week, I did everything completely "off the grid" and actually made a few percent instead of paying like $50 in fees.
It was my first cash sale of Bitcoin and it really showed me how useful and flexible having a decentralized currency can be. Anyways, just wanted to share my success story from today :] Cheers all
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Nick Szabo defined the basic concepts of blockchain 14 years before its release. He is as important for bitcoin success as Satoshi was.

Nick Szabo defined the basic concepts of blockchain 14 years before its release. He is as important for bitcoin success as Satoshi was. submitted by Hance1983 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Rick Reacts: Bitcoin's success path requires winning the merchants - and the window is closing

Rick Reacts: Bitcoin's success path requires winning the merchants - and the window is closing submitted by zhell_ to btc [link] [comments]

If Theymos truly cares about bitcoin's success, he might want to do the selfless thing and step down.

Similar to when Charlie Shrem stepped down from the Bitcoin Foundation shortly after his arrest, in order to distance the negativity surrounding his case from bitcoin in general.
Albeit, the circumstances are different but the principle is the same. Charlie put bitcoin ahead of himself; perhaps it is time for Theymos to do the same.
*edit: Just to clarify, this post is not intended to be an attack on Theymos. From what I've read, Theymos appears to be an intelligent young man with good intentions. That said, he has single-handedly divided the bitcoin community by censoring relevant technical and philosophical discussions on the forums he controls. Mike Hern put it best: “Bitcoin has gone from being a transparent and open community to one that is dominated by rampant censorship and attacks on bitcoiners by other bitcoiners.”
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Andreas M. Antonopoulos: "If you measure bitcoin's success by the approval of the incumbent and obsolete industry it replaces, you're doing it wrong"

https://twitter.com/aantonop/status/840310679076777984
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The best things happening now aren't big jumps but rather the slow and steady elimination of the 'big objections' to Bitcoin success.

My guess is we'll trade between $9k-$12k for the next month or two. I don't see us going below that as many buyers are watching for dips and the new retail money from Nov/Dec already got scared and left when we dipped 50% (shook out weak hands). The next good jump will happen when the FUD starts to tire out and we see something positive hit the news. I believe whales are waiting for a wave to catch and then will help build it up, but currently there's little to try to build on and so the runs just peter out.
Some possible good news to work from... regulation that eliminates risk and uncertainty from a big country (even if it's just early talk) such as China starting to allow some highly regulated exchanges to re-open or the EU starting to work on a unified regulatory position. Lightning will help eliminate the scaling/cost FUD (and hopefully fuck BCash) but it's growth will be slow and steady not overnight, nothing major to get a bull run built on for another 6-12 months when someone like Amazon announces it's proven and reliable enough to 'think' about supporting.
The best things happening now aren't big jumps but rather the slow and steady elimination of the 'big objections' to Bitcoin success. Every time we see Segwit adoption jump, Lightning nodes increase... a market like South Korea implement rules, France appoint a czar to determine how to regulate, Germany state there needs to be a unified regulatory approach...and the public tire of anti-bitcoin bullshit news coverage we get closer and closer to wide open track. Then WATCH OUT.
Hodl the line.
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Bitcoin's success will depend on its decentralization

Here are my thoughts on the big blocks, etc. Please let me know if I am off. Bitcoin should be to enable us to posses it free of theft and coercion and to transfer ownership without permission or interference. Trustlessness. If it can do these things well, then everything else will work itself out. Payment speed, fees, etc, will work themselves out.
Centralization is destructive to trustlessness. Decentralization should not be sacrificed, at all, for the secondary interests of transaction fees or speed or anything like that. This is the foundation of everything.
Anything like lightning network that utilizes the Bitcoin blockchain to make it more usable is awesome. We can hire them and fire them at will because they can't get to our Bitcoin without our consent. These institutions don't have to be completely decentralized.
Trying to do everything on chain is missing the point, and I think it will sound ridiculous soon. The most secure and decentralized blockchain will continue to be the most valuable.
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PayPal CFO: Bitcoin's Success as a Currency is Very Likely

PayPal CFO: Bitcoin's Success as a Currency is Very Likely submitted by Shasdam to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Best Bitcoin Success Stories - The Hunt for best Bitcoin Millionaires

The Best Bitcoin Success Stories - The Hunt for best Bitcoin Millionaires submitted by cryptosoftware to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Successfully Overcome 5 “Bubbles” in the Past Decade

Bitcoin Successfully Overcome 5 “Bubbles” in the Past Decade submitted by a36 to AllThingsCrypto [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Successfully Overcome 5 “Bubbles” in the Past Decade

Bitcoin Successfully Overcome 5 “Bubbles” in the Past Decade submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Andreas Antonopoulos on Twitter: "If you measure bitcoin's success by the approval of the incumbent and obsolete industry it replaces, you're doing it wrong"

Andreas Antonopoulos on Twitter: submitted by BobsBurgers3Bitcoin to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Successfully Overcome 5 “Bubbles” in the Past Decade (current BTC/USD price is $7,369.02)

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Successful Story Of First Bitcoin Billionaires .. Bitcoin To Success - YouTube 10 Youngest Bitcoin Millionaires with Crazy Lives

Coinbase: Bitcoin USD price chart. Time Stamp - 11:25PM EST, July 23, 2020. Coinbase. Inflation. The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet has increased by approximately $3 trillion since the start of The real secret to success with Bitcoin is being able to HODL. All bitcoin investors who are successful these days have been holding on to Bitcoin for almost a decade. By doing this, profits on the scale of 100x, 1000x or even 10000x will be the reward. So what is the best way to do this? But this isn't make or break for bitcoin: bitcoin's success isn't judged by its price but by its digital scarcity in a time of helicopter money, quantitative easing (QE) and record low interest rates. As bitcoin has gone more mainstream, some of the biggest names in finance are weighing in. Fundstrat's Tom Lee and value investor Bill Miller have embraced the trend.. But even with many success 2. The Stock market is his measure of success 3. He believes he can influence market price through policy and UBI 4. Money supply will continue to grow. How can you be bearish #Bitcoin? — Charles Edwards (@caprioleio) July 21, 2020. QE and Bitcoin. Quantitative Easing and Bitcoin go hand-in-hand.

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