People want more stability when they make investments, or simply when they use a currency to buy things.
Imagine a country having a currency that doubles in a few hours/days, or worst lost half its value in a few hours/days. How economically stable do you think that country would be? Not very stable at all!
There are unstable currencies on the planet that are not appealing in economic terms, and they aren't cryptocurrencies.
In 2016, the Egyptian pound dropped by -59%, the Nigeria naira by -37%, the Turkish lira by -18%, the Argentinian peso, British pound and Mexican peso by -17% each. The biggest hit is probably the Venezuelan bolivar, with -71%, but it's not an official number so it could be higher.
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I remember i have read of this spot while flying a plane to somewhere. I took a picture of it.
If you have been there please write in comments.
I dont think i had a day of being online and not playing some games - sports, dices or cards. I dont do big stakes, often play with faucets but still - i love the gamble.
If you follow me you possible saw this post, where i bet randomly 0,5 BTC on games and actually come with profits from it - http://fuk.io/nitrogensports-review-and-bitcoin-sports-betting-guide/
So you would expect he took 50 BTC, and made 2x 50% bets.
Once, I was at a friend's wedding in Las Vegas playing Blackjack at a table above a swimming pool with no sun shade. Men stared like dogs at topless women while their skin burned, and a loudspeaker kept shouting rap music with the repeating lyrical motif of
Bitches and drinks.
In short, I knew I was in the kingdom of pestilence and fury; a place where love goes to die. There was no confusion. I knew what I was doing.
Fast-forward a couple of years, and I find myself looking at this:
Now, this does not look like a casino. It felt very quiet.
It had graphs.
It did not look like a slot machine.
For anyone who does not recognise this. This is a screenshot of the trading desk for Poloniex –– a place where you can day-trade cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Steem.
Great, I thought. I am The Wolf of Wall Street. Let's see what happens here.
I began by putting a few Steem dollars into Poloniex, traded experimentally, made m
It's also designed to help spread the word about STEEM/Steemit to the recent influx of new people who are googling (youtube searching)
bitcoin and other keywords in the cryptosphere.
This series will be more frequent and less polished than my other vlogs. I'm just going to turn on the camera and talk freely about my current feelings about the state of Steemit and Bitcoin. Uncensored/Unedited. I want this series to be more like a real conversation than a formal presentation. Please feel free to watch at 2x speed if the pace is too slow for you.
Talk to any Government Agent, like a Cop who pulls you over, or a taxing agent, and
It's your obligation to know the Law!
End up near a Court and you will be reminded over and over again that
You cannot make legal determinations!.
Natural Law dictates that there is no obligation without agreement and there is no agreement without understanding.
In the same way that an American cannot come to an agreement with a Russian using the Japanese language, anyone who is not a part of the bar, can neither know the Law nor be subject to any of the rules and regulations.
This is simply common sense.
If the guys who control the Departments of Education in all the Nations on the planet, teach the people a wholly differen
Bitcoin is getting a lot of media attention right now and lots of people outside the crypto world are starting to google (youtube search) videos about bitcoin for the first time. I posted a video last week about
Bitcoin and the
ETF and it got over 20x as many views on youtube as my regular vlogs. My plan is to create videos that introduce Steemit to all the people who are just finding out about bitcoin. And at the same time... I get to talk about my 2 favourite cryptos.
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--"Sticking Within Bitcoin"
DCN aims to give you information about the last 24h of the cryptoworld. The chronicle will cover 3 altcoins.
As usual, the Bitcoin has resumed a gradual rise of its price since the fall of March 18. It went down 3 times to (~ $ 940), in a 24 hour period. Until arrived yesterday around $ 1120 and then go down as you can see. It is quite typical to see the BTC rebound after a fall, and engage a gradual rise over several days. But that said, a free fall can always happen. Concerning its daily volume ($ 347,881,000), there is a slight increase. Today BTC seems to have a significant volatility, this can allow for good margin. But playing with the curve may be risky !
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Bitcoin China (BTCC) recently announced the launch of Mobi, a multicurrency wallet for smartphones running iOS and Android. In addition to allowing conversion between an unprecedented 154 currencies, the wallet offers instant money transfers to any Twitter account or mobile phone number, as well as an optional Visa debit card delivered to your door worldwide for US$9.
“Mobi is the only mobile app that allows instant conversion, storage, and transfer of more than 100 currencies, including the United States dollar, the British pound, the euro, gold, silver, and bitcoin.” - Bitcoin China
BTC China is the oldest Bitcoin exchange still in service, and offers live exchange trading for Bitcoin and Litecoin as well as a major mining pool, business payment processing, and their own line of physical Bitcoins.
The Shanghai-based exchange has been in the news several times this year and was rumored to have been raided by the People's Bank of Chin
A quick flyover look at the history of Open Source Software makes it easy to see how we have the proliferation of amazingly useful free tools that exist today, and maybe where we will go in the near future.
Some might say that Usenet in the early '80's was an open source project, but it was never described as one at the time. More of an open collaboration that precluded the the Internet, I put it on the list because I believe it had an effect on what comes next.
Software appears to have been the first open source project when Richard Stallman started the GNU Project in 1983.
Linux came in 1991 and in the mid nineties, Red Hat showed us how giving away free stuff can be very profitable.
By the early 2000's, we see freely available open source software such as the Apache web server and the Firefox web browser dominating the Internet. GitHub and open operating systems become mainstream.
Then, Bitcoin was released in 2009, unleashing blockchai
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has seen
a substantial increase in cases involving digital currencies in the drug trade, an official told Congress yesterday.
The comment was made by Matthew Allen, an assistant director for one of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) investigative arms, speaking during a House of Representatives hearing on opioid abuse, according to published remarks dated 21st March.
Homeland Security Investigations, or HSI, uses blockchain analysis to track digital currency payments connected to the heroin and fentanyl trades, according to Allen. And while the agency told the US Senate in a late 2013 statement that it was working to investigate criminal uses of the technology, his statements represent some of the first disclosures as to how it conducts those operations.