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Looking at the economic situation in Venezuela, as Bitcoin trading volumes have increased, can the digital currency be a solution to protect against asset value deflation?
asked Oct 29 in Cryptocurrency FrauLyn07 91 points
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I've been reading about airdrops and feel like this is a scam. So many persons are given these tokens for signing up to the company's platform, but from an economic perspective this looks like limited financial resources being spread over too many people. Am I right in thinking that this is an unprofitable exercise?
asked Oct 18 in Cryptocurrency KhadeshaLa 105 points
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What would be the advantage of creating a new cryptocurrency, other than wanting to 'get rich quick,' and by what aspects of the blockchain technology make one cryptocurrency differ from the next?
asked Oct 17 in Cryptocurrency KhadeshaLa 105 points
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Looking at the Venezuelan and North Syrian situation, what about the adoption of crypto in third world nations with weaker currencies, lack of access to traditional banking and unstable governments? Wouldn't crypto be a viable solution as a unit of currency?
asked Oct 17 in Cryptocurrency AVargas 126 points
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Is bitcoin going to be profitable in the future?
asked Oct 17 in Cryptocurrency Julia Parris 73 points
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A lot of hype surrounds blockchain's ability to potentially solve the world's problems, but the issue of high energy consumption persists. What are bitcoin companies doing to remedy this environmental impact?
asked Oct 11 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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They want to implement XRP for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but has anyone heard of government or private institutions obtaining the digital equipment to execute this plan?
asked Oct 11 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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Recently there were reports of a region in Northern Syria looking to implement cryptocurrency in its economy due to sanctions imposed by its neighbouring states. Apart from cases like these, what if in the future, secessionist states also seek to create their own cryptocurrency, can this cause confusion in the global cryptomarket?
asked Oct 11 in Cryptocurrency FrauLyn07 91 points
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YoBit has launched a countdown timer in wake of plans to randomly pump altcoins as a way of attracting traders to their platform. Since this can artificially increase the price of these coins, is there some regulation against this market manipulation?
asked Oct 11 in Cryptocurrency YvonneE 76 points
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Binance recently delisted four cryptocurrencies from its exchange platform, thereby automatically causing those coins' values to plummet. What criteria do crypto exchanges apply when delisting currencies?
asked Oct 11 in Cryptocurrency YvonneE 76 points
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If I live in a country that is not part of the EU or the US, but for example, Brazil, can I access my cryptofunds in Reis (national currency)?
asked Oct 10 in Cryptocurrency YvonneE 76 points
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With Venezuela launching their digital currency (El Petro), can it be assumed that other central banks will start producing cryptocurrency?
asked Oct 10 in Cryptocurrency Marita Lewis 61 points
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And i dont know the difference between the turms "public and privacy"
asked Oct 4 in Blockchain Wony 1 point
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At times I feel that the cryptocurrency market, viz Bitcoin, is a bubble waiting to burst. But the price per coin is very attractive. How much of my savings should I invest in C/c, or should I just leave it in the bank?
asked Oct 4 in Cryptocurrency FrauLyn07 91 points
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I know that in Economics, supply scarcity drives the price upwards as demand increases. Is the same concept applicable for cryptocurrencies? Not sure which of the two coins (Bitcoin and Ethereum) are more scarce, but Bitcoin's value is much higher than Ethereum's at the moment.
asked Oct 4 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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Does the system run the risk of too many new and useless coins being created? Also, how can this affect the cryptocurrency market?
asked Oct 4 in Blockchain Sabrina 81 points
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