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BitCoin was legal at creation; commoditizing data with protocol rules violates no laws—anymore than inventing the container, John Pitts writes.
BitCoin gets its value similar to how gold and silver got their value, but with one very important difference, John Pitts writes.
Stanley Druckenmiller, the chairman and president of Duquesne Capital, recently revealed that he has made an investment in digital currecy.
By far the performing asset over the past 12 months was Bitcoin SV (BSV), which saw a +147.50% increase in its value—nearly three times the amount of BTC and seven times the return of gold.
Joshua Henslee explores Bitcoin and gold as money as he attempts to determine if one functions more effectively as money over the other in today’s age.
The Amleh token offers a digitized, on-chain gold token, emulating gold certificates that have existed off-chain for decades.
If a stablecoin is backed by gold reserves, it should be solid enough to not suffer from extreme changes in the market like what other digital currencies witness.
There is a lot of confusing information coming out of Russia regarding how it is going to view cryptocurrencies going forward.