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September 10, 2018, 12:56:58 PM
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 I have not thought of until I found this thread.  I was simply referring to the original charts of this thread, updated to account for the halving occurring sooner...
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September 12, 2018, 07:19:19 AM
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help me,
How can we talk about inflation when it's deflationary cryptocurrency?
Supply will remain the same, difficulty will increase and current drop is no more than just correction that will be followed by next bullrun
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September 22, 2018, 11:17:33 AM
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While you folks are some way or another mollified with gloating about some darken for all intents and purposes unessential arranged consideration to it in it's maturity, I'm stressing over supporting, appropriately raising and managing it for the whole term of it's life.
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September 27, 2018, 02:54:48 AM
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Bitcoins price moves up and down, but isn't the only coin that have movements. Euro / Dolar / Yen There isn't a secure coin that have a stable change. Gold also have the same problems.
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September 29, 2018, 10:06:12 AM
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Indeed "lost" coins are not really lost. They're more similar to gold that has sunk to the base of the sea. It will be costly to get them back, however it's certainly feasible. What's more, the innovation to do it will get less expensive after some time. In the long run a gadget that fits in your pocket will have the capacity to animal power a private key to recover the "lost" bitcoins. The general population effectively utilizing Bitcoin will have since a long time ago proceeded onward to more grounded cryptography.
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October 03, 2018, 06:03:09 AM
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Cool charts, seems like a way to go

bitcoin will forever be the best coin.


Never say never! and Nothing holds forever. Soon o later, everything, is evolving, in a constant evolving phase.


There we go
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October 03, 2018, 02:50:20 PM
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I believe this graphic is as interesting as a yawn.  Roll Eyes
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October 04, 2018, 07:44:54 AM
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I think, we'll have a mix of collapse and expansion, possibly hyper stagflation. The cost for things we have to live, sustenance and vitality, will be costly, as far as obtaining power. However, lodging, TVs, and autos will be reasonable, in relative terms.
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October 04, 2018, 11:59:09 AM
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The risk of inflation is very small and it may be related to the fact that the demand for this currency will sharply disappear. Everything that is happening now, says the opposite - demand is growing, and we can only talk about deflation processes, that is, the course will always grow.
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October 06, 2018, 09:39:27 AM
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By your estimations, 2030 could be the year that bitcoin will be 100% the predominant cash, fiat will be totally out of date, ideally utilized as bathroom tissue. This would likewise be where those underlying single 1 bitcoin pieces will be justified regardless of a little fortune.
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October 19, 2018, 09:30:03 AM
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this schedule as either correlated with the price? or it is considered that the capitalisation of a constant?
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October 31, 2018, 08:09:13 AM
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Bitcoins price moves up and down, but isn't the only coin that have movements. Euro / Dolar / Yen There isn't a secure coin that have a stable change. Gold also have the same problems.
Well firstly inflation is the general and consistent rise in the price level of anything you are analyzing. If you are measuring Bitcoin in dollar, or dollar in Euros and if there is a change of values, you might possibly get miss-leaded for here you are not sure if the change in the values is the result of growth in dollar or fall in Bitcoin or growth in euros or fall in dollar so this is quite a complicated and conceptual topic which needs logical discussion and thorough research.
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November 05, 2018, 08:17:01 PM
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Each country or even a group of countries has a central authority which is responsible for defining, monitoring and support its monetary policy. These are not traditional banks per se in the sense that residents cannot open a bank account or they do not issue credit cards. Rather they are more like a bank for the banks. Central banks control the monetary base of a nation. The monetary base is usually only liquid currency (currency notes, coins)
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November 08, 2018, 02:59:05 AM
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inflation is the unexpected increase of goods an services. time will tell if inflation is implemented. but we do not know if the inflation will lasts. sometimes its great effect on out economy has something to do with our daily lives. inflation is not good to the poor people because it will costs additional burden to them.
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November 15, 2018, 10:20:38 PM
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The value of bitcoins goes up and down, but it is not the only currency that has movements. There is no safe currency that has a stable change. Gold also has the same problems. time will tell if inflation is implemented and how long it will last
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November 17, 2018, 10:09:53 AM
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I was looking on charts and was wondering is there any "index funds for crypto"? All crypto follows bitcoin, would index fund in this case would make sense?
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December 13, 2018, 11:47:33 AM
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The inflation is not the cause to price volatility due to simple reason when there is an increase of supply and users the difficulty to mining blocks to generate bitcoin gets higher to prevent inflation. What's current happening now as to why the price is crashing because of price manipulation by big names and entities also mainstream media is purposely spreading FUD to bring down the price.

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December 24, 2018, 01:39:59 AM
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i think it makes sense a lot but my question remains what would happen when the 21 bitcoin possibilities become exhausted?. what if by then big businesses adopt it for their daily operation? can the price of 1 sats then reach 1 dollar! or would there be an adjustment on the blockchain code to produce more?. I need your view as an economist
Not produce more bitcoin but they can certainly can break 1 sats into 10, or 100.
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January 17, 2019, 11:44:28 AM
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Inflation will only get worse in the next economic crisis!

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January 22, 2019, 08:50:38 PM
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A clarifying note: These charts show the monetary (supply) inflation of Bitcoin. They bear no relation to price inflation, which is an entirely distinct phenomenon. When Austrian economists say "inflation," they're typically referring to monetary inflation, whereas Keynesian economists are typically referring to price inflation.

Also, please note that the top axis ("Year") on these charts is approximate, based on the scheduled block generation rate of one block per 10 minutes. The actual block generation rate has averaged a bit faster than this, due to the perpetually increasing hash rate, so we're already a little bit further progressed than the labels along the top axis would suggest. This doesn't mean there will be any more than 21M bitcoins; it only means that we'll reach the end of supply generation a little bit sooner than we would have if the hash rate had always held constant.


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