In this report, Dr. Craig Wright examines how Bitcoin and related systems are transforming money and helping with inflation and other social matters.
Zimbabwe’s tokens are backed by 140 kilograms of gold, the central bank says, revealing it’s preparing for a second round of sale despite an IMF warning.
The conditions are ripe for a long ‘crypto winter’ from which many coins will never recover, and as we can all see, it’s a multi-faceted problem with no easy solutions in sight.
BSV developer Joshua Henslee is back with another video covering the larger implications of digital currencies, CBDCs, inflation, and much more.
Inflation refers to the general increase in the price of consumer goods and services measured on a yearly basis and can also be used to describe the rise in the supply of money in the economy.
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The Argentinian government is cracking down on the digital currency trading sector as it seeks to prevent citizens from dumping the inflationary local currency.
Merchants in Venezuela are refusing to accept payments in Petro crypto, claiming that exchanging the Petros for bolivars is difficult and leads to huge losses.
Zimbabwe recently banned mobile cash payments, stating that they are being used to facilitate illegal activities. It’s time for the real Bitcoin.
With trade balances and inflation being in the news, Dr. Wright sets out again to correct some fallacies.
According to BTC Developer, Luke Dashjr, over half of the full nodes in operation are running client software that is vulnerable to the inflation bug.