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October 06, 2017, 11:05:22 AM
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Bitcoin is now the strongest crypto currency in the world, it can not be the strongest currency since not everyone knows about it and in some countries it is completely banned.


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October 06, 2017, 11:06:36 AM
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We would like to think that Bitcoin and other crypto currencies are huge, and I think they will be, but so far we need to understand theay are still in a growth phase. When compared to USD or EUR, BTC is still very very small, other cryptos are obviously even smaller. But if you look at the rate of growth, cryptos are doubling every year or 2 whereas fiat is not, suggesting that BTC and other cryptos will burst out into the open.

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October 06, 2017, 11:44:29 AM
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Bitcoin is now the strongest currency and is used in the world's most free financial system, and it turns out to be the most appreciated currency of the year. This is evident from the many new tokens emerging to fund startup using blockchain technology

I don't think so its the strongest currency in the world. Bitcoin is a strongest digital currency for sure. Not the strongest currency because not many even now don't know about Bitcoin. Even people living in Urban areas are still not aware of its existence and few just heard about it.
Moreover its not yet globally acclaimed or accepted form of currency, few countries might have legalized it but citizens of many countries are still waiting for approval.

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October 06, 2017, 11:46:28 AM
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for the future I think bitcoin to be one of the top and strongest digital currencies dominates all currencies

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October 06, 2017, 11:55:25 AM
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After the events of last week.

I was making this suggestion to some folks yesterday, but they claimed that bitcoin is too small.  Does it matter?

For me it is, and it doesn't matter if bitcoin is too small, I don't care what people think about bitcoin, the most important is what bitcoin make us think for it. It doesn't vary from size of a things in order for it to be the strongest, though they think it is too small! Just say to them, "some small things are terrible, so expect what shouldn't be expected folks, it is yet to come."  Grin

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October 06, 2017, 11:55:56 AM
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After the events of last week.

I was making this suggestion to some folks yesterday, but they claimed that bitcoin is too small.  Does it matter?


for me bitcoin is one of the strong currency but not yet the strongest as long as the service is limited to online transactions
compare to fiats that is tangible and can directly be used to purchase on the market because this is how others see and consider how a currency is strong but when it comes to financial profits bitcoin is the strongest to me.

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October 06, 2017, 12:05:00 PM
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We would like to think that Bitcoin and other crypto currencies are huge, and I think they will be, but so far we need to understand theay are still in a growth phase. When compared to USD or EUR, BTC is still very very small, other cryptos are obviously even smaller. But if you look at the rate of growth, cryptos are doubling every year or 2 whereas fiat is not, suggesting that BTC and other cryptos will burst out into the open.
For cryptocurrencies,btc is really the strongest from its popularity and uses,btc can easily attracts users as well it is much convenient to use. And we know that we can benefit alot from it.

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October 06, 2017, 12:05:45 PM
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Depending on what you mean strongly, if the strong you mean is financially strong, yes I think the bitcoin is financially very strong and big.
Whereas if the strong you mean is strong in features and security I do not think because sending bitcoin to get 1 Confirmation takes a long time and high cost.

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October 06, 2017, 02:21:13 PM
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Depending on what you mean strongly, if the strong you mean is financially strong, yes I think the bitcoin is financially very strong and big.
Whereas if the strong you mean is strong in features and security I do not think because sending bitcoin to get 1 Confirmation takes a long time and high cost.
Somehow yes but it is a case to case basis depending on what view you take as reliable source that fits in. I believe that for the following years that bitcoin's journey has been changing to better outcomes from investors who take part in providing such big amount in every transaction they have to deal with bitcoin. The digitized money is quite convenient and accessible in terms of buying products. However, if others don't take bitcoin seriously then don't do a thing that make you regret. So without a doubt bitcoin is the strongest currency in this generation.

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October 06, 2017, 02:38:39 PM
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It is the strongest digital currency. In my opinion, when speaking of currency bitcoin is banned from other countries. Bitcoin didn't prevent the banning of it. Even it is banned, it still has the highest value in all currency making countries ban it because it is a threat to its own fiat currency. It may be the strongest if all countries have access on it.

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October 06, 2017, 02:42:23 PM
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After the events of last week.

I was making this suggestion to some folks yesterday, but they claimed that bitcoin is too small.  Does it matter?

I think no because we all know that bitcoin today are facing problems eventhough it happens to establsihed many years ago. I think still now bitcoin is trying its luck on whenever if it will be going to die or continue to have its progress. And all I can say now is that I think bitcoin will somehow become stronger as the years passed by.


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October 07, 2017, 11:08:46 PM
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It is the strongest digital currency. In my opinion, when speaking of currency bitcoin is banned from other countries. Bitcoin didn't prevent the banning of it. Even it is banned, it still has the highest value in all currency making countries ban it because it is a threat to its own fiat currency. It may be the strongest if all countries have access on it.
As for as the  stability of bitcoins as well as the popularity of bitcoins are  concerned, I am  more than 100%  sure that bitcoin is the strongest crypto currency in the world.Bitcoins has a very broad and numerous benefits for bothe shot term as well as long term investors.All the investors believe in it because of its strong nature.
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October 07, 2017, 11:11:44 PM
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In terms of crypro currency yes, Bitcoin is the strongest crypto currency in the world but for currency itself the strongest is still USD. It is being used by most of the country. Unlike Bitcoin it is not yet being use world wide like in stores, market etc etc.

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October 08, 2017, 06:53:37 PM
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for the future I think bitcoin to be one of the top and strongest digital currencies dominates all currencies
Bitcoin is the future of the currency. It was, is and will be the most strongest crypto currency of the world. With every day, its users and price is rising up. More businesses are going to accept it in future and one day, there will be no fiat. All the world financial matters will be done in crypto coins. At that time, bitcoin will become the true king of the world economy.
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October 08, 2017, 07:27:12 PM
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I would say Bitcoin is easily the strongest currency in the world. It has been performing that way ever since it came out, except for one year early on, but since then it has been blowing all other out of the water.
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October 08, 2017, 07:28:55 PM
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it's not about that, but Bitcoin has made a great impact on the capital market. by the Name of Bitcoin, many tokens as well as ICO also doing well on the digital platform. so Bitcoin is one of the influential factors in this system. so Bitcoin should be called one of the strongest currency in the monetary world.

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October 08, 2017, 07:29:57 PM
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Nope, it is not the strongest currency in the world.
But yes Bitcoin is the strongest crypro-currency in the world. It is used in every country almost everyone now know about Bitcoins. Bitcoins is the future. But I don't think that it will take over the fiat. Government is against the Bitcoins.

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October 08, 2017, 07:46:35 PM
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Well, whatever angle you look at it from , bitcoin has taken over as the strongest. Now, what I mean by whatever angel is from the angle of digital currency, bitcoin is the strongest and when converted to fiat, the value is still very high. So really, it is the strongest.

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October 08, 2017, 07:48:21 PM
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After the events of last week.

I was making this suggestion to some folks yesterday, but they claimed that bitcoin is too small.  Does it matter?
Everything points to the fact that this coin has the greatest propensity to embrace this place, its popularity, and its price and turnover.



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October 08, 2017, 07:51:54 PM
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Bitcoin isn't the most grounded money on the planet. Bitcoin is the most costly cash on the planet. It's very extraordinary ideas. A solid money has a steady cost and is upheld by a steady economy of the state which it has a place. Bitcoin is very another. While it is nearer to the stock than to the cash.
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