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Re: Who controls Bitcoin?

The best answer is: No one No one controls an absolute power of BTC (unless somehow they own every coin) and BTC is a decentralized crypto as mentioned by others prior in this post. If you refer to pricing and not control, then it would be everyone. Everyone, because all our actions can affect it. W...

Re: What's next comes in Bitcoin?

In my own opinion, what is next to come depends on the government and countries. If the government and countries (like South Korea and Canada for example) keep its steady pace to accept crypto and allowing it to become mainstream, it could grow to something bigger then it is now. Other countries are...

Re: Bitcoin has no competition

All those people that where saying year ago how Bitcoin would fail because another currency would take over get proven wrong year after year. The more time Bticoin is alive, the stronger it gets and the bigger the network effect. Sorry but there will not be a Bitcoin 2.0. Bitcoin will go to 100k+ p...

Re: Bitcoin regulations

Regulation is possible for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. If you read the news recently, a lot of countries (such as Canada and South Korea ) are starting to regulate cryptocurrencies. In these regulations, they focus on the idea of KYC (Know your Client) and AML (Anti-Money Laundering). The regulation...

Re: Drawbacks of Cryptocurrency from becoming MainStream

There are drawbacks to cryptocurrency but as the market slowly accepts crypto, a lot of these issues will get resolved. The main idea I see from this is the ability to easy access crypto and spend it while keeping it secure. Mastercard recently won a patent regarding cryptocurrency transactions thro...

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