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$BCH $BTC 【 声音 | John McAfee:比特币的使用决定它的价值】 根据coincryptorama报道,近日,John McAfee接受CoinTelegraph专访时表达了对加密货币当前状态的看法。 他表示,越来越多的交易和个人使用比特币网络表明比特币的真正价值正在“急剧上升”,BTC将在2020年之前超过100万美元。 比特币的使用决定它的价值,而不是投机因素和投资者。 ==============================欢迎关注我,我每天都会发送最新的重大新闻资讯 ... Show More
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$XRP $EOS $ETH $BTC Der Markt hat momentan das Problem, dass die Altcoins sich nicht von Bitcoin lösen können. Gleichzeitig schafft es der Bitcoin nicht über die Marke 7000. Ein anderes Übel erscheint mir vor allen Dingen die Kryptowährung Tether zu sein. Sie absorbiert mit der Anlehnung an den Dollarstandard das Handelsvolumen, welche die Altcoins so dringend brauchen würden. Tether hat mehr Handelsvolumen innerhalb von 24 Stunden als XRP, EOS und Ethereum zusammen. Diese Pseudowährung ist Rattengift für den Markt und sicher auch so eine Form der Sabotage. ... Show More
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$BTC $XRP $ETHEREUM So someone buys heaps of bitcoins in 1-2 minutes which creates ripple effect and casuses all other cryptos to spike higher as well. They profit from all the other cryptos and then over the next few hours they unload all the other cryptos and plus go short bitcoin futures as well. Then they unload their stash causing instant drop again. No manipulation here guys. Wallstreet and coinbase is killing bitcoin, only people who are investing in bitcoin are speculators. Retail speculators just buy and panic sell. ... Show More
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$XRP $BTC Transfer window is much more appealing right now than watching this! ... Show More
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this junk saying> Cryptocurrencies Are “Junk,” Says MasterCard CEO (Ajay Banga < vampir they sucking with mastercard ur blood) $BTC $NEO $ETC $XRP $XLM $ADA Ajay Banga, the president and chief executive officer of international financial services company MasterCard, has recently argued that cryptocurrencies are “junk,” while seemingly supporting an increase in credit card payments to enforce money as a system of control. According to a report from the Press Trust of India, Banga voiced concerns over the number of cryptocurrency transactions being conducted on the dark web, where users often pay for illegal products and services, which include child pornography and credit card fraud. He was quoted as saying: I think cryptocurrency is junk. The idea of an anonymized currency produced by people who have to mine it, the value of which can fluctuate wildly - that to me is not the way that any medium of exchange deserves to be considered as a medium of exchange. Ajay Banga Banga’s words on cryptos came as he was responding to a question during the “New India Lecture” organized at the Indian Consulate. During his response, he added that cryptocurrencies aren’t a good medium of exchange, as they lack “predictability and transparency.” In an attempt to show cryptocurrencies aren’t good news, he referred to a recent case that saw 12 Russian nationals reportedly interfere with the US’ 2016 Presidential Elections using Bitcoin. Per his words, cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are used in these cases and in dark web transactions because of their semi-anonymous nature. He said: Why civil society would like to put a snake in its backyard and think that somehow the snake will only bite my neighbour, I don't get it. Ajay Banga In his arguments, he noted that cash payments should be reduced as the world enters an era of electronic payments. According to the press release, Banga argued cash is used to fund illicit activities, including drug use and terrorism financing, while credit cards aren’t used for such purposes. Credit cards, presumably, aren’t used to fund illicit activities as their transactions are heavily controlled, meaning financial institutions can unilaterally deny people access to their own money, without proper justification. Nevertheless, Banga stated that “society buys into the logic that cash is free and electronic payments are expensive. Society needs to wake up.” Notably, the law commission of India recently revealed it sees cryptocurrencies as an “electronic means of payment.” This ,shortly after the country’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India, pushed the Supreme Court for cryptocurrency regulations. Elsewhere, Banga noted the world’s governments need to start debating “how open trade should be constructed” while referring to the escalation of a potential trade war between the US and China. MasterCard itself has earlier this year showed it isn’t too fond of cryptocurrencies, as it blamed them for a slip in its first quarter’s growth. At the time, Banga revealed cryptocurrencies weren’t a part of the firm’s long-term strategy because of their volatility. ... Show More