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StandardCoin

StandardCoin uses Bitcoin Standard System. Just like the Gold Standard System StandardCoin's value is based on a fixed quantity of Bitcoin. You can always exchange as much StandardCoin as you want to Bitcoin at anytime. StandardCoin's value against Bitcoin's value rises overtime. No matter how many coins is mined and dumped. The fixed rate of StandardCoin's value against Bitcoin's value can not drop, it rises instead.
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EthTrader: Ethereum news, tokens, memes, staking, economics, trading, and investing hub.

Welcome to /EthTrader, a 100% community driven sub. Here you can discuss Ethereum news, memes, investing, trading, miscellaneous market-related subjects and other relevant technology. Tags: ETH, BTC, Bitcoin, Augur, REP, DGD, ICN, MRK, MKR, GNT, DApp, Turing Complete, java script, how much money, time and money, new virtual currency, contractual dispute resolution, current market cap, core value proposition, CASPER, PoS, PoW, blockchain, Poloniex, GDAX, Coinbase, Vitalik Buterin, gas, fork
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How much value Bitcoin lost in 2018

How much value Bitcoin lost in 2018 submitted by SAtechnewsbot to SAtechnews [link] [comments]

With all the drama going around recently, why don't we take a moment to show our friends over at read.cash how much they are appreciated in the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem. It is an excellent platform, and we value their contribution very much! Let read.cash know in the comments below

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Unathi Kwaza RT from Khaled: @Unathi_Kwaza Who’s going to tell him how much value the Rand has lost in the last 5 years? He should’ve bought bitcoin 😂

Unathi Kwaza RT from Khaled: @Unathi_Kwaza Who’s going to tell him how much value the Rand has lost in the last 5 years? He should’ve bought bitcoin 😂 submitted by TweetArchiveBot to LibertyRSA [link] [comments]

When coins like Bitcoin Gold exists and are within the top 50, whereas NANO is not, it really proves to me how much the market is guided by the Bitcoin name and not the value of the actual technolog. When people realise what crypto actually is, NANO is always found to be superior.

When coins like Bitcoin Gold exists and are within the top 50, whereas NANO is not, it really proves to me how much the market is guided by the Bitcoin name and not the value of the actual technolog. When people realise what crypto actually is, NANO is always found to be superior. submitted by Edzi07 to nanotrade [link] [comments]

Bitcoin reflects how much humanity values the security of liberty without coercion.

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Do we currently know how much the value of all Bitcoin has increased since it's been introduced?

Would anyone know the answers to these questions as of yet? Or have any other questions to ask?
Thanks.
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How much should I invest in Bitcoin? Will it increase in value anytime soon?

I've been very interested in Bitcoin for a few months now but I don't even know where to start or if it's even worth it in this day and age (not trying to sound rude or pessimistic I just have no idea). I don't know if I should start out by investing $10-$100 or even $1,000. I don't know what would give me the best outcome. I've also been hearing that Bitcoin may rise substantially on the 24th is the this true?
If anyone can help me with a guide or how to start it would be much appreciated!!
Also what wallet is a good wallet?
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Just remember that "prices" are just a subjective way for people to measure how much they value something using numbers. We don't have to think about the price of Bitcoin in terms of Dollars. That's just how we're conditioned. We could start pricing Bitcoin in terms of time and energy instead.

But way or another, Bitcoin will win out because it is the fairest and most secure accounting information system that the world has ever seen.
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"Bitcoin is the only medium guaranteed to not be debased, no matter how much its value rises." -- Saifedean Ammous

For most of human history, some physical object was used as the store of value. The function of value storage did not need a physical manifestation, but having one allowed for making the supply of the store of value harder to increase. Bitcoin, by not having any physical presence, and being purely digital, is able to achieve strict scarcity. No divisible and transportable physical material had ever achieved this before. Bitcoin allows humans to transport value digitally without any dependence on the physical world, which allows large transfers of sums across the world to be completed in minutes. The strict digital scarcity of the Bitcoin tokens combines the best elements of physical monetary media, without any of the physical drawbacks to moving and transporting it. Bitcoin might have a claim to make for being the best technology for saving ever invented.

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Where does bitcoin get its value and who/what decides how much is released for x amount of mining?

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I don't care about how much you value Bitcoin with your worthless fiat!!!

1 BTC = 1 BTC
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"No matter how dominant, how much market share you have [referring to Bitcoin], if you do not adopt the latest technology and fail to constantly improve on the core user value proposition, time will pass you by." -OKCoin statement when adding ETH trading on May 31, 2017.

https://www.okcoin.com/t-387.html
This is 2 of 3 major Chinese exchanges adding ETH on the same day.
 
Correction: ETH Trading begins June 1st. ETH Deposits and Withdrawals begin May 31.
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The current intrinsic or real value of Bitcoin is $7329.35. This number is calculated using Austrian Economics which takes into account the supply of money, the amount of money supply lost, as well as the velocity of money which indicates how much value was exchanged.

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Interesting points brought up by Doug, the fearless lead dev of this project. He makes an interesting case about how Bitcoin has proven it's worth as a store of value, but not so much as a medium of transfer which has left the door wide open for an altcoin to fill that void.

Interesting points brought up by Doug, the fearless lead dev of this project. He makes an interesting case about how Bitcoin has proven it's worth as a store of value, but not so much as a medium of transfer which has left the door wide open for an altcoin to fill that void. submitted by c0ltieb0y to vericoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin fever re-emerges! Get more information here on how much is its value.

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How can bitcoin be a stable currency if the value fluctuates so much ?

This might be a dumb question but hopefully someone can help me understand better...
How can bitcoin establish itself as a stable currency if the prices go up and down in such big swings. I mean, if you are selling a certain good/service for X bitcoins, you would have to adjust the price every time the value changes. I understand bitcoin can be used as a store of wealth, the same way gold/stocks work. But gold and stocks cannot really be used as currencies... how can bitcoin be BOTH at the same time?
The way I see it, it can either be an investment vehicle where you hope the value will eventually go up, or it's a currency which can hold value steadily and you can make everyday purchases with enough confidence that the bitcoin will hold a consistent value.
Fiat currency deals with inflation, but this is a gradual change and prices can adjust accordingly without much disruption in the markets.
Hopefully someone can enlighten me. Appreciate the input in advance.
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The intrinsic or real value of Bitcoin is $7329.35. This number is calculated using Austrian Economics which takes into account the supply of money, the amount of money supply lost, as well as the velocity of money which indicates how much value was exchanged.

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One of 'our' greatest assets is Bitcoin.com; how much is its value? 1 Billion Dollar? More? Less?

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I was on the phone to a friend of mine across the pond discussing debt. He is a large gold mine/claim owner. We both believe that bitcoin is the only true future safe haven. As debt increases people invest into gold. But can you confirm exactly how much gold there is?... No! So how do you value it?

I was on the phone to a friend of mine across the pond discussing debt. He is a large gold mine/claim owner. We both believe that bitcoin is the only true future safe haven. As debt increases people invest into gold. But can you confirm exactly how much gold there is?... No! So how do you value it? submitted by CryptoAJH to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How much of Bitcoin's value is based on scarcity and how much is based on utility?

I've been struggling lately to think of good utilizations for btc. The main ones I've found are : Avoiding foreign transaction fees. Transferring money to gambling sites (U.S.) Illegal activities (not condoning, just saying) Safe haven asset (not sure if this is truly utilization) Avoiding giving CC details in online transactions.
Which are all good, but are these enough? I'm sure more are on the horizon, but for every day purchases where you are comfortable using your CC, I don't know if BTC is ever going to compete with that. Don't get me wrong, I don't think it needs to, but I always see the "cup of coffee" thing come up when discussing its value. There is a fair amount of overhead and technical details needed to use btc, which is fine for us, but I think it could hinder large scale adoption. Can all that be abstracted away safely? I'm sure you all know the age old adage: If you don't control the private keys, you don't control the BTC. It seems the only way to abstract away the technical overhead is to give up control of the private keys.
It seems like a lot of the value is based on scarcity and by direct relation security. But what balance is needed of both the scarcity/security (passive side) vs the utilization (active side)?
Does anyone have any thoughts on where that balance is? Does anyone know of some good utilization innovation on the horizon? Make no mistake, I think BTC is here to stay, but I think the macro price (the number of 0's and ","'s) is very much in the air. I feel like it could just as easily settle around 10USD = 1BTC as 1,000,000USD = 1BTC right now. Really just looking for some insight and thoughts on the matter.
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[Business] - How much of a bitcoin’s value can Hong Kong investors claim when the city’s oldest cryptocurrency exchange goes bust? | South China Morning Post

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[Business] - How much of a bitcoin’s value can Hong Kong investors claim when the city’s oldest cryptocurrency exchange goes bust?

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