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Understanding the DMS Bitcoin Mining Speculation Assets

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Is Bitcoin's mining pool concentration fuelling speculative price bubbles?

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this siteEvery other story on Bitcoin’s price prediction or speculation is centered on the narrative that increasing investment from institutions and hedge funds will create value and fuel the price rally. However, a less popular narrative is that of the impact of mining pool concentration on Bitcoin’s speculative bubbles […]
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[WTS] Economics answers to questions on Bitcoins and Crypto-Currencies

Hi there,
I just graduated with an Economics degree and I would like to put it to use. I would like to answer any questions people might have about Bitcoins and Crypto-currencies and their implications in the world economy. My goal is to help others understand crypto-currencies so that they catch on and change the world for the better.
For my degree I've taken courses on international trade, monetary economics, and macroeconomics that are related to crypto-currencies. I'm knowledgeable about securities markets and will soon be writing the Canadian Securities Course (CSC). I have worked for an investment club in the past and right now I'm planning to work either as a business analyst or in banking. I have a technical background too. I have built and configured computers since I was young and I have some training in computer networks (CCNA). I also mine BTC and LTC right now.
I want to explain to the average person why crypto-currencies are worth paying attention to. Like why a decentralized currency might be better than a centralized one. Questions on the nature of money, deflationary vs. inflationary money, how banking systems might adopt to online currencies, tax implications, different types of behaviour that crypto-currencies encourage vs. what fiat currencies encourage, how central banking works, how fiat money is created and distributed, how crypto-currencies are created and distributed, how CC relates to precious metals, if intrinsic value means anything, how CCs being adopted could influence economic behaviour, etc, etc, etc.
I'm hoping to work for tips so here are my addresses
BTC: 13dfnuU1XnMHPFSgsNboMgUJaqhxiGtsYS
LTC: Lda7pzUhRzXzaUVQ7A2YTatLkjDd5jd3mv
(you can also tip me using the bitcointip feature, if you know how to use it)
To give you something right now here is a great series of lectures on Bitcoin, mining, speculation, and so on given for free. https://www.udemy.com/bitcoin-or-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-crypto/
Ask away :)
-It may take me a while to read, think, and research some questions but I promise to do my best.
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[WTS] Economics answers to questions on Bitcoins and Crypto-Currencies [x-post from CryptoCurrency]

Hi there,
I just graduated with an Economics degree and I would like to put it to use. I would like to answer any questions people might have about Bitcoins and Crypto-currencies and their implications in the world economy. My goal is to help others understand crypto-currencies so that they catch on and change the world for the better.
For my degree I've taken courses on international trade, monetary economics, and macroeconomics that are related to crypto-currencies. I'm knowledgeable about securities markets and will soon be writing the Canadian Securities Course (CSC). I have worked for an investment club in the past and right now I'm planning to work either as a business analyst or in banking. I have a technical background too. I have built and configured computers since I was young and I have some training in computer networks (CCNA). I also mine BTC and LTC right now.
I want to explain to the average person why crypto-currencies are worth paying attention to. Like why a decentralized currency might be better than a centralized one. Questions on the nature of money, deflationary vs. inflationary money, how banking systems might adopt to online currencies, tax implications, different types of behaviour that crypto-currencies encourage vs. what fiat currencies encourage, how central banking works, how fiat money is created and distributed, how crypto-currencies are created and distributed, how CC relates to precious metals, if intrinsic value means anything, etc, etc, etc.
I'm hoping to work for tips so here are my addresses
BTC: 13dfnuU1XnMHPFSgsNboMgUJaqhxiGtsYS LTC: Lda7pzUhRzXzaUVQ7A2YTatLkjDd5jd3mv
(you can also tip me using the bitcointip feature, if you know how to use it)
To give you something right now here is a great series of lectures on Bitcoin, mining, speculation, and so on given for free.
https://www.udemy.com/bitcoin-or-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-crypto/
Ask away :)
-It may take me a while to read, think, and research some questions but I promise to do my best.
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Whale Moves Bitcoins Mined In 2009 Triggering Speculation That Satoshi Is Gearing Up To Sell (current BTC/USD price is $9,067.28)

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Bitcoin quarterly monetary velocity at its lowest point since Sep 2010. Back then we were in the mining era [1] of the coin. Silk Road had yet to appear to drive velocity up and Mt Gox was 2 months old, speculation had barely begun.

Bitcoin quarterly monetary velocity at its lowest point since Sep 2010. Back then we were in the mining era [1] of the coin. Silk Road had yet to appear to drive velocity up and Mt Gox was 2 months old, speculation had barely begun. submitted by Bitcoin_21 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin quarterly monetary velocity at its lowest point since Sep 2010. Back then we were in the mining era [1] of the coin. Silk Road had yet to appear to drive velocity up and Mt Gox was 2 months old, speculation had barely begun.

Bitcoin quarterly monetary velocity at its lowest point since Sep 2010. Back then we were in the mining era [1] of the coin. Silk Road had yet to appear to drive velocity up and Mt Gox was 2 months old, speculation had barely begun. submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin quarterly monetary velocity at its lowest point since Sep 2010. Back then we were in the mining era [1] of the coin. Silk Road had yet to appear to drive velocity up and Mt Gox was 2 months old, speculation had barely begun.

Bitcoin quarterly monetary velocity at its lowest point since Sep 2010. Back then we were in the mining era [1] of the coin. Silk Road had yet to appear to drive velocity up and Mt Gox was 2 months old, speculation had barely begun. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Mining block rewards are a smart internal limit on price speculation in Bitcoin and Ethereum - 14M USD needed per day to keep price stable if all mined coins are sold /r/BitcoinMarkets

Mining block rewards are a smart internal limit on price speculation in Bitcoin and Ethereum - 14M USD needed per day to keep price stable if all mined coins are sold /BitcoinMarkets submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

After much speculation Bitmain announces P2Pool bitcoin cloud mining service

After much speculation Bitmain announces P2Pool bitcoin cloud mining service submitted by muz3m to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Speculation • Who wants a bitcoin investment and free mining website.

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Are there other ways to make money with bitcoin else than speculation and mining?

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Bitcoin [BTC]: Craig Wright speculated to be paying $5,000 for old BTC mining wallets - AMBCrypto News

Bitcoin [BTC]: Craig Wright speculated to be paying $5,000 for old BTC mining wallets - AMBCrypto News submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin [BTC]: Craig Wright speculated to be paying $5,000 for old BTC mining wallets

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Bitcoin [BTC]: Craig Wright speculated to be paying $5,000 for old BTC mining wallets

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08-25 10:42 - 'Who or what's driving bitcoins use? All of the above. / Commerce, Remittance, Speculation etc etc / A better question to me is, why are miners, the same miners Roger supports heavily, mining empty blocks but complaining b...' by /u/TwoWeeksFromNow removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

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Who or what's driving bitcoins use? All of the above.
Commerce, Remittance, Speculation etc etc
A better question to me is, why are miners, the same miners Roger supports heavily, mining empty blocks but complaining blocks are full?
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It might be relative but this is still very early days. HODL.

It might be relative but this is still very early days. HODL. submitted by Sawyer86uk to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

02-15 03:32 - 'You have that back to front. The hashrate always follows marketcap (+ speculation of). Not the other way round. / Besides, you are assuming all alts are POW. / The other thing is Alts typically use scrypt mining, which use of...' by /u/FlappySocks removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-7min

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You have that back to front. The hashrate always follows marketcap (+ speculation of). Not the other way round.
Besides, you are assuming all alts are POW.
The other thing is Alts typically use scrypt mining, which use off the shelf GPUs. Hashing can rise to match marketcap very quickly. And do, as this table shows [link]1
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Newbie Bitcoin Speculation Questions - What will happen to mining farms when all Bitcoins are mined? Can an effective "takeover" of the network introduce incorrect transactions into the blockchain?

Just getting into Bitcoin, albeit a few years too late, but I'm here! I have some general questions that I'm finding it difficult to answer. Mostly because they're just speculation and theories, at this time..
1) What will happen with respect to mining once all Bitcoins have been mined? It is my understanding that miners currently make both a transaction fee, and a potential chance to uncover new Bitcoins. Once there are no more Bitcoins to be mined, will the transaction fees alone be enough to cover the overhead of these massive Bitcoin data centers that are going up? If the incentive is no longer there, and these huge farms decide to shut down, how might that affect difficulty/transaction times/fees/etc?
2) Is it possible to "take over" the Bitcoin network and introduce falsified transactions into the Blockchain? There exists approximately 5.5k nodes in the Bitcoin network -- if a malicious party were to introduce an additional 10k or 15k nodes into the Bitcoin network, effectively owning a majority of the network, would they be able to introduce false transactions in the Blockchain and render them as confirmed? What countermeasures exist to prevent something of this nature from happening? Would this be a blockchain fork, and later the community would decide which chain to use?
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Newbie Bitcoin Speculation Questions - What will happen to mining farms when all Bitcoins are mined? Can an effective "takeover" of the network introduce incorrect transactions into the blockchain? /r/Bitcoin

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From whitepaper: "As RSK does not mint, nor has pre-mined coins, then it has no speculative value and does not compete with Bitcoin"

So as I understand, to participate in CIVIC tokens sale for speculators there is no point as there will be no speculations on this coin? How it can be? It means That the price of the token won't grow or it will be not listed on exchanges?
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Every other story on Bitcoin’s price prediction or speculation is centered on the narrative that increasing investment from institutions and hedge funds will create value and fuel the price rally. However, a less popular narrative is that of the impact of mining pool concentration on Bitcoin’s speculative bubbles and Bitcoin’s price. Back in September 2019, […] There is no guarantee that Bitcoin will continue to grow even though it has developed at a very fast rate so far. Investing time and resources on anything related to Bitcoin requires entrepreneurship. There are various ways to make money with Bitcoin such as mining, speculation or running new businesses. Top 3 Bitcoin mining news stories today. ... Speculation: Bitcoin could reach $250,000 in 2020. By Lutpin - June 12, 2017. 298. 1. SHARE. Facebook. Twitter. tweet . If a person who spent $10 back in 2010 to buy a pizza invested that money on Bitcoin, he would become a millionaire having $10 million by now. This fact clearly explains the price ... Crypto Faithful Flip Out on Speculation Satoshi Sold Bitcoin By . Vildana Hajric. and . ... Hundreds, or possibly thousands of people were already mining Bitcoin at that time, and some of them ... Bitcoin apps now focus on price speculation and trading cryptocurrencies rather than making payment with it. Many people are interested in Bitcoin. Bitcoin apps now focus on price speculation and trading cryptocurrencies rather than making payment with it. ... Cryptocurrency Mining Guide. April 12, 2019 Updated on September 14, 2020 , 8:22 am.

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