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"Bitcoin's value largely come from a widespread assumption that certain promises will be kept forever. One of those promises is the block reward. If that is ever changed - no matter how slightly - then Bitcoin has a NPV of zero."

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History Lesson (Apr 2013) - "The idea that Bitcoin can be a store of value with a 1mb block size limit seems like nonsense to me. That's reversing cause and effect. Bitcoin gained value because it was useful, it didn't gain use because it had value." - Mike Hearn

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Chris Pacia: "You need to remember how the "store of value" meme came to be in Bitcoin to begin with. Parts of the community refused to make a trivial change to the block size which would have preserved utility and had zero negative effects. This rendered the system largely useless. Hence SOV."

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"I believe if Bitcoin doesn’t raise its block size in some incremental but meaningful fashion, that Bitcoin Cash will surpass it in total market value"

https://news.bitcoinvn.io/interview-with-aaron-lasher-brd/?lang=en
" Even with conservative estimates of how many people around the world might come to acquire bitcoin in the future, indicates that the 1 MB blocksize is woefully inadequate to accommodate just the channel openings alone, not to mention the ongoing organic transactions taking place on the network proper. So in summary, I love the design of the LN as a trustless IOU platform, but I am not yet convinced that it is structurally capable of accommodating a broad user base without an accompanying block size increase.
To answer your first question last, I believe if Bitcoin doesn’t raise its block size in some incremental but meaningful fashion, that Bitcoin Cash will surpass it in total market value, and eventually be crowned the “real” Bitcoin. To mitigate the risks of either scenario, I hold both coins. I don’t really care if I’m proven wrong in my analysis as long as either BTC or BCH succeeds."

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Coinbase Around the Block: On Markets and Bitcoin's Value Proposition

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The value of bitcoin blocks just halved (current BTC/USD price is $9,330.04)

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The latest Bitcoin news has been sourced from the CoinSalad.com Bitcoin Price and News Events page. CoinSalad is a web service that provides real-time Bitcoin market info, charts, data and tools.
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It's BUSINESS AS USUAL on the Bitcoin Network... 2.7K Transactions with a Median TX value of $3.8k in the last block

It's BUSINESS AS USUAL on the Bitcoin Network... 2.7K Transactions with a Median TX value of $3.8k in the last block submitted by bytetree to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The platform uses a Protocol developed on the basis of TCP IP in conjunction with Blockchain 5.0. The developers of Blockchain 5.0 managed to reduce the size of blocks to as much as 120 bytes, which is 8 thousand times less than the value of a single block for bitcoin. #relictcoin #relictum #DLT

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The platform uses a Protocol developed on the basis of TCP IP in conjunction with Blockchain 5.0. The developers of Blockchain 5.0 managed to reduce the size of blocks to as much as 120 bytes, which is 8 thousand times less than the value of a single block for bitcoin. #relictcoin #relictum #DLT

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High-value TX activity on the Bitcoin Network between 4:00 and 06:30 GMT this morning. Over 1k transactions per block with a median value of $25k.

High-value TX activity on the Bitcoin Network between 4:00 and 06:30 GMT this morning. Over 1k transactions per block with a median value of $25k. submitted by bytetree to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

"Bitcoin loses almost 50% of its value overnight as China's largest exchange blocks new deposits" - /r/worldnews (+3741) [December 19, 2013]

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Deutsche Bank says bitcoin is 'too volatile' to be a 'reliable' store of value - The Block Crypto

Deutsche Bank says bitcoin is 'too volatile' to be a 'reliable' store of value - The Block Crypto submitted by prnewswireadmin to cryptonewswire [link] [comments]

Bitcoin loses almost 50% of its value overnight as China's largest exchange blocks new deposits

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What Makes Bitcoin a Store of Value? – John Blocke

What Makes Bitcoin a Store of Value? – John Blocke submitted by JohnBlocke to btc [link] [comments]

'Bitcoin Will Replace Gold' as a Store of Value by 2040, Says Block.one CEO

'Bitcoin Will Replace Gold' as a Store of Value by 2040, Says Block.one CEO submitted by LightningPlus to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

John Blocke: Bitcoin is not a Store of Value—Yet

John Blocke: Bitcoin is not a Store of Value—Yet submitted by JohnBlocke to btc [link] [comments]

Is there a worst-case possibility, that in the future if needed, all existing Bitcoin could be exchanged for equal value on some type of fresh block? To almost completely eliminate any worry for block history?

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"CG/nChain announce Miner’s Choice initiative for BCH miners to lower minimums for fees and tx values. More choices for miners creates more options for users, and will spark faster adoption of Bitcoin Cash. Remove the current min. dust limit of 546 Satoshi. Accept some free tx's in ea block."

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It's BUSINESS AS USUAL on the Bitcoin Network... 2.7K Transactions with a Median TX value of $3.8k in the last block

It's BUSINESS AS USUAL on the Bitcoin Network... 2.7K Transactions with a Median TX value of $3.8k in the last block submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

Is there any reason for considering the addition of CT, extension blocks and mimblewimble to Bitcoin? Just recently there was talk about L T C doing this and the value of that coin just moved up by a huge amount? What would be the advantages (if any) of adding these (if possible) to bitcoin?

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Bitcoin loses almost 50% of its value overnight as China's largest exchange blocks new deposits

http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/dec/18/bitcoin-plummets-china-payment-processors-digital-cryptocurrency
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How Bitcoin Wallets Work (Public & Private Key Explained ... Less Than 100 DAYS Until the BITCOIN BLOCK HALVING! Why Isn’t Ripple XRP PRICE CHART MOONING Yet? The Bitcoin Halving 2020: You MUST WATCH  MASSIVE SUPPLY ... BITCOIN BLOCK COLLISION! Orphan Blocks and Reversed ... You are being LIED TO about BITCOIN 🚨DON'T BE FOOLED ...

The Bitcoin.com Explorer provides block, transaction, and address data for the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin (BTC) chains. The data is displayed within an awesome interface and is available in several different languages. The site provides data on daily average block sizes, transactions, transactions per block, daily average fees in USD and satoshis, daily bitcoin fee/block reward ratio, and total hashrate by ... Bitcoin (BTC) Stats. Transactions count, value, Bitcoins sent, difficulty, blocks count, network hashrate, market capitalization... Understanding Bitcoin. Before attempting to value Bitcoin, it’s crucial you understand what it actually is. Bitcoin (BTC) was the first cryptocurrency to hit the internet after an unknown name/group released its whitepaper. On October 31st, 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto, a mysterious person or group behind it, released the Bitcoin whitepaper. Bitcoin’s first block halving happened on November 28, 2012. The block reward dropped from 50 bitcoins per block to 25 per block. The price later climbed to $260 per BTC in April 2013, followed by $1,163 per BTC in November 2013. It is unclear, however, whether these price rises were directly related to the block reward halving. ...

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How Bitcoin Wallets Work (Public & Private Key Explained ...

What it really takes to mine a Bitcoin in 10 Minutes. Firstly I'll show you a special free method to mine Bitcoin and send funds directly to your wallet in 1... The Bitcoin halving of 2020 is almost upon us! What is the Bitcoin halving? Will Bitcoin's price pump?? What does the Bitcoin halving mean for you!?! Let's d... Bitcoin miners sometimes produce blocks which causes one of the blocks to be orphaned. In this we we explain that process. Get blockchain certified: https://... Wallets in cryptocurrency work in a weird way. They also have some weird properties like: they can be created offline and be used directly. Whut? Let's see h... First, we review the Bitcoin block halving, followed by the Bitcoin price chart. The BTC chart shows us that the monthly candle close for January was a bullish engulfing, which is great! We also ...

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