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Author Topic: [2016-02-24] The Vanbex Report: Digital Revolution, Will Bitcoin Survive?  (Read 1612 times)
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The Vanbex Report is a periodic summary of the blockchain industry’s top news stories from the biggest companies, as well as the most promising newcomers.

The ‘one currency to rule them all’ debate has existed ever since the first set of altcoins — Bitcoin alternatives — started appearing in the digital currency ecosystem.

The typical argument ranges between the necessity, or not, to further decentralization through incorporation of altcoins. Bitcoin enthusiasts rely on the cryptocurrency’s infrastructure as the single most important reason why no other digital currency could rival it.

However there’s another, more organized, surmounting challenge: Governments, worldwide.

http://bitcoinist.net/vanbex-report-digital-revolution-will-bitcoin-survive/

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The Vanbex Report is a periodic summary of the blockchain industry’s top news stories from the biggest companies, as well as the most promising newcomers. The ‘one currency to rule them all’ debate has existed ever since the first set of altcoins — Bitcoin alternatives — started appearing in the digital currency ecosystem. The typical argument ranges between the necessity, or not, to further decentralization through incorporation of altcoins. Bitcoin enthusiasts rely on the cryptocurrency’s infrastructure as the single most important reason why no other digital currency could rival it.

However there’s another, more organized, surmounting challenge: Governments, worldwide. http://bitcoinist.net/vanbex-report-digital-revolution-will-bitcoin-survive/

This is a very interesting summary of many things related to cryptocurrency. I am definitely going to look into this. right now, there is no denying that we are almost reaching a critical mass of people who are entering the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency bandwagon defying the many negative warnings from people unknown and well-known. Business start-ups are sprouting and ideas are pushed all because we have Bitcoin as the backdrop.

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