Digital currencies: how do they work and what makes them different? – Quarterly Bulletin article

Digital currencies: how do they work and what makes them different? – Quarterly Bulletin article

Rob, you’ve written an article on the emergence of digital currencies like Bitcoin, and the developments in payment technologies which underpin them. Now before coming on to discuss this further, could you talk us through an electronic payment with a traditional currency such as sterling. Well if we start by thinking about what money is, […]

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IL N’Y A PAS QUE LE BITCOIN

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Bitcoin Q&A: What are “bitcoin days destroyed”?

Bitcoin Q&A: What are “bitcoin days destroyed”?

On “bitcoin days destroyed,” Grinners asks, “Bitcoin days destroyed is calculated by taking… the number of bitcoins multiplied by the number of days since those coins were last spent.”‘ “What is the significance of this? What does this actually tell us?” It gives us an idea of the maturity of coins, how often coins are […]

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02.12.2019: EUR and GBP gain ground (EUR/USD, GBP/USD)

02.12.2019: EUR and GBP gain ground (EUR/USD, GBP/USD)

On the first day of this trading week Germany and the euro zone unveiled the manufacturing PMI reports. The revised Purchasing Managers’ index that indicates the manufacturing activity came in at 44.1 points in November. Overall, this result is not bad. The PMI reading hit a five-month high. However, the main reason for concern remains […]

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ETHEREUM vs EOS : Analyse et Comparaison

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Currencies, Commodities & Geo-Politics: Alvexo™

Although we at ALVEXO usually educate new traders, that it’s better to invest with The flow of the market, the more experience you gain, the more you’ll want to try and Predict future trends – simply because that’s where the big money is. One way to do this is by studying the relationship between economic […]

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On the Cutting Edge of Macro and Bitcoin (w/ Dan Morehead & Dan Tapiero) | Presented by Energi

On the Cutting Edge of Macro and Bitcoin (w/ Dan Morehead & Dan Tapiero) | Presented by Energi

DAN MOREHEAD: Yeah, so I think the reason I’m excited about Bitcoin is when you have a disruptive technology, they call it a category killer. Bitcoin’s a serial killer. It’s going to go through 40 or 50 different industries, well storage, cross border money movement, property titles, voting rights, identity. Those are all the biggest […]

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Bitcoin Q&A: Spam transactions and the fee market

Bitcoin Q&A: Spam transactions and the fee market

“What are your thoughts on VeriBlock being responsible for one quarter of bitcoin transactions in January…” “by using the OP_RETURN script for proof-of-proof?” This is a question from Jonathan. I am not familiar with the case of VeriBlock, but nevertheless… Let’s assume that is an accurate representation and VeriBlock is using a quarter of bitcoin […]

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Ethereum Q&A: Governance trade-offs in decentralised systems

[AUDIENCE] I was wondering if you could say a few words on governance.One thing that has happened a lot in both ecosystems in the past year have been…We have allowed skeptics in the media to latch on to the failures in decentralized systems in public debates.People say, “If it is decentralized, how come a few […]

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Digital currencies: how do they work and what makes them different? – Quarterly Bulletin article

Rob, you’ve written an article on the emergence of digital currencies like Bitcoin, and the developments in payment technologies which underpin them. Now before coming on to discuss this further, could you talk us through an electronic payment with a traditional currency such as sterling. Well if we start by thinking about what money is, […]

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