Monday, November 20, 2017

When bitcoin rises what happens to money?

Now its $8000 the value of  1 bitcoin and bankers are worried about this phenomena . Not only thus banks and other finantial institutions would be affected.  It should be the people who will really be affected with the money of what we know not the bitcoin.

Watch  what Andreas Antonopolus is saying about the "Death of Money"

Central Banks now have problems with the money ?  

Is Bitcoin the answer to this ?  

Whatever happens  bitcoin is surely the new money ,  are there any alternatives ?  

So  try to adopt bitcoins or alter coins  register with any of these sites ...


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Bitcoin has hit the $6000 mark next is more higher

Bitcoin hits $6,000, making its creator even more insanely rich. The cryptocurrency reached a new high Friday, keeping up a huge gain for 2017.
Last month, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon called bitcoin "a fraud." But investors in the cryptocurrency don't seem all that convinced. Bitcoin's value surged Friday above $6,000 for the first time, according to CoinDesk, keeping up the cryptocurrency's massive run in 2017. On Jan. 1 this year, bitcoin was priced at just under $1,000. Still, the cryptocurrency's value has been extremely volatile and prone crashes. Likely the biggest beneficiary of this huge gain is bitcoin's anonymous creator, who goes by the name Satoshi Nakamoto. According to Quartz, Satoshi owns roughly 980,000 bitcoin, which would be worth about $5.9 billion and make Satoshi the 247th richest person in the world.