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1 pointJust to add as advice- trading isn't for faint hearted- it's volatile to say the least. BTC-NXT NXT 12201.398 23.5% 0.00004227 0.00004434 0.00003140 0.0% 03/03/2014 BTC-SC Siacoin 3643.715 64.6% 0.00000107 0.00000113 0.00000063 0.9% 05/22/2017 BTC-ADA Ada 3411.590 2.6% 0.00001220 0.00001225 0.00001103 0.4% 09/29/2017 BTC-BCC Bitcoin Cash 3110.451 -6.4% 0.13310000 0.14250000 0.13247932 0.1% 08/01/2017 BTC-ETH Ethereum 2610.599 -2.3% 0.04081000 0.04213049 0.04040200 0.6% 08/14/2015 BTC-GRS Groestlcoin 2308.573 33.7% 0.00011688 0.00013110 0.00007600 0.3% 04/03/2014 BTC-NEO Neo 2289.987 3.4% 0.00336000 0.00345070 0.00316564 0.2% 10/26/2016
1 pointSub-title to the quoted article "Are we talking tulips or a 1990s tech stock? Or could this be the future of money?". IMHO, bitcoin's chance of being the future of money is almost nil. Who would want to spend their bitcoin on a product or service when the price is increasing as fast as it has. And once the bubble bursts, what vendor or service provider would want to take bitcoin as payment when the price is in free fall. I think the idea of a blockchain based currency is sound and has potential, but a cryptocurrency will first have to demonstrate some type of price stability for it to succeed as a replacement for fiat money.
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