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  1. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    I hear a little of "Rothschild" or "The Jews Control The World" conspiracy here. I know theoretically Central Banks are Independent. But to say that USD, Fed, US Govt/People and USA aren't tied closely is "a very very wild stretch of reasoning". 
  2. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    I once heard from a Finance expert that every ponzi/pyramid scheme ends when people realises it is a ponzi, and that the crypto bubble is probabaly the first ponzi/pyramid scheme where people aren't caring even when they relize it "looks, sounds and smells like a pyramid/ponzi". Anyone who says USD/EUR/Pound are ponzi would argue that these states aren't legitim and their ability to give currency and to tax aren't legitim. But I think thats another way of thinking. And I see no one complaining when BTC prices gets pushed up by so called "ponzi stable coins"
  3. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    Iron Finance's Titan Token Falls to Near Zero in DeFi Panic Selling - CoinDesk How stable and well-backed are Tether and BUSD in reality ? Another interesting point: The British authority aren't allowing Binance to sell many of their  products in UK, and the German Baifn allowed them to do that in Germany. May be it shows Bafin hasn't learnt anything after Wirecard and Greensil.
  4. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    He is still in black. I saw somewhere his average is something like $24-$25K. But its really not genius to bet whole of a 32 year old  $480 Million  company on BTC   
  5. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    Do you have some ideas on how secure it is ?  My feeling is small companies selling these type of products has less resources to make them really secure. On the other hand, really professional, expert hackers will seldom go after small individuals - the small booty is not attractive for them.   I agree with you and Mike 100% on this. I think there are many small smart things that are really not expensive anymore. We have automatic on-off switches for many appliances -  20 EUR for 5 appliances. That is absolutely fine. But the BIG, fancy, glamorous  smart home and smart appliances wont be normal until they are payable.
  6. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    For me one of the biggest fails in recent times was Smart Home. I heard so many words about how nice it is when your home, you freeze and washing machine is smart. But haven't seen any of my "really rich" friends ever buying any.   A colleague of mine who has a 170-180qm home once (5-6 years back) told me it would cost him 50K EUR or more to make his home smart. Its the programming of the software which is very expensive, he said. After 20 years all the buses/lines are old and may need to be replaced etc. A very expensive thing. I dont see anyone other than double digit Millionares doin that.  
  7. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

      25% of the currency ever mined disappeared forever in 10 years, and probably will never see day-light again. Sounds like a currency which a world of 8 Billion should trust in.
  8. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    I can think of  many shady characters that I see a lot in youtube and other finance channels. Another thought : I heard somehwere that 2% Bitcoin owners own 95% of all Bitcoins.  If the number is anywhere close, then I think this is a disgrace to the Occupy Wallstreet and other movements (including BTC) that started after 2008 crisis. I see till today no real, good use for Bitcoin for the massive price and unbelievale energy it needs. But even if it was the super currency, how can it make things any better with 2% owning 95%?
  9. Bitcoin - a decentralised digital currency

    Looks like the belief that with BTC you can hide from IRS, FBI or the Govt got a scratch.