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January 30, 2018, 09:30:02 AM
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Bitcoin will probably not replace fiat currency completely because it requires a unified model and to achieve that everyone must be on the same page. The Internet is still not available in a lot of areas of the world. It also depends on the government as to what they choose to do. If they are comfortable with using blockchain tech then bitcoin will be the first one to boom. The government, currently, has the highest authority. And a lot of people take the government seriously. So, they are responsible for the last couple of people who are yet to join the band.

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January 30, 2018, 09:33:09 AM
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I hope Cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin are the future whether someone like it or not. Sooner or later they will become equal to fiat money. New technologies are taking place of old ones and so it's in the world of finances. The development of cryptocurrencies can't be stoped anymore.I believe also that bitcoin will become our future money worldwide, as a mood of payments not only through online shops but I hope so that it would also be available as a mood of payment in grocery stores, restaurants and many more. I'll always looking forward that bitcoin can maintain its dominance in the world of digital currency.
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January 30, 2018, 09:38:05 AM
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From the means of payment means this point of view. If you want to popularize the existing encrypted currency as a payment tool into the daily trading scene, replacing the existing monetary system, there are still many technical challenges.
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January 30, 2018, 09:43:15 AM
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Yes. I really agree to that. Bitcoin can really be a future money someday because in some country they're using bitcoin as a mood of payment. There's a big possibility of that.
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January 30, 2018, 09:43:44 AM
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I think it's true bitcoin will be the currency of the future and will replace the paper money but it will happen because there are still many countries that do not let the bitcoin.
I don't think it is the future of money i think it is just a way of payment system. Although Its true that bitcoin price is really amazing amd many has started to use bitcoin because of its price. But it doesnt mean that bitcoin is our future currency, There is a possibility of banning of bitcoin in every state that can cause the fading of bitcoin.
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January 30, 2018, 10:07:18 AM
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Bitcoin has been proclaimed dead 89 times. It has been labeled a Ponzi scheme and a failed experiment. Writers have argued for it to be forgotten and for developers to move on to greener pastures. But moving beyond this rhetoric, it’s not all that difficult to compare the rise of bitcoin to that of another technology: the World Wide Web. http://blockgeeks.com/questions/what-is-your-future-predictions-of-bitcoin/#comment-604

Yes. Surely the Bitcoin is the future of Money. It is evident in this rapidly growing economy that technology will be at par and most of the countries will opt for digital currency instead of physical one's. In this scenario, crypto market will be the choice of all investors and Bitcoin will become the king.
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January 30, 2018, 10:15:28 AM
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While Bitcoin is very big right now and it is being used in hundreds of thousands transactions worldwide, i can't see it really being the future of money, mainly due to the fact that a lot of countries or rather their governments aren't really comfortable with the idea of BTC, and there's a possibility it will get shut down by some major countries and drop highly in value.
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January 30, 2018, 10:30:13 AM
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I think it's true bitcoin will be the currency of the future and will replace the paper money but it will happen because there are still many countries that do not let the bitcoin.
I don't think it is the future of money i think it is just a way of payment system. Although Its true that bitcoin price is really amazing amd many has started to use bitcoin because of its price. But it doesnt mean that bitcoin is our future currency, There is a possibility of banning of bitcoin in every state that can cause the fading of bitcoin.

i agree, bitcoin is just a mere payment method online just like paypal , payoneer or payza and it doesnt have what it takes to be called such as future of money because bitcoin still lacks of capabalities such as it cant fully work offline without the need of internet. overall theres no such thing as future of money rather i believe  that it is possible to have the future of payment system using the blockchain technology.

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January 30, 2018, 10:38:21 AM
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Bitcoin’s circulation is not large enough to power an entire country let alone the world. It can become a de facto standard of moving wealth/value, but will remain so as a fatherless/motherless currency (at best).
Bitcoin has its fair share of problem (confirmation takes too much time, the 51% forking issue remains, number of transactions per second is limited, block size issues, etc.)
It will most likely not die. It will definitely become an important currency to allow cross-border trade amongst various facets of business society, from free-lancers getting paid, to cross-border remittance rails.
However, it will not be the final straw or the final currency that we will see.
Yes. Bitcoin opened avenues on how peer-to-peer value exchange can be done (using the blockchain).
But all these are problems Bitcoin Version 2.0 could solve and be adopted. Who knows the next variant of LiteCoin or Dash or Ethereum’s Ethers could be exactly what we are looking at. The concept of Bitcoin gets my Yes vote for the future of money. Governments will realize the power (and benefits) of digital money - some already are, but cash and other paper instruments still remain. At some point in time governments might just issue their own version of the bitcoin enabling transactions without the need of intermediaries. I think that's true. Bitcoin has captured market opportunities so well. The increasing trend of internet users worldwide becomes a strategic moment of Bitcoin's presence. Especially with the development of the potential of global e-commerce business that encourages the global community to conduct cross-country trade transactions.
In the era of global commerce, the public needs an easier, faster, safer, transparent, efficient, and most reliable base exchange. They believe bitcoin technology is capable of replacing banking technology systems that require resources, cost enormous, time-consuming and vulnerable correction of human error in recording all world financial transactions. Bitcoin is seen as more practical and fitting as an alternative option as a currency.
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January 30, 2018, 10:56:59 AM
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I always thought we would be in a cashless society but didn't see anything like bitcoin in the future, but know i'm convinced that Btc is our future
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January 30, 2018, 11:05:32 AM
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Bitcoin already accepted by people and realized that it is best way to do safe transactions,its popularity increasing day by day investors ratio also increasing.If this trend to be continued it will be future money which will be free from transaction hurdles.

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January 30, 2018, 11:08:06 AM
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In my opinion, Bitcoin is the future of money. Let's take into account that civilization goes with the times, and people are taking part in the rat race to make our lives even more comfortable and continue to modernize what we can and as everyone knows, money, purchases, transactions, transfers and investments, in other words economy in general, rules the world and Bitcoin gave them the whole new level. Bitcoin, above all, empowers us so much that we can become an independent economic unit and we don't need any banks or loan banks.

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January 30, 2018, 11:11:12 AM
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Bitcoin has been proclaimed dead 89 times. It has been labeled a Ponzi scheme and a failed experiment. Writers have argued for it to be forgotten and for developers to move on to greener pastures. But moving beyond this rhetoric, it’s not all that difficult to compare the rise of bitcoin to that of another technology: the World Wide Web. http://blockgeeks.com/questions/what-is-your-future-predictions-of-bitcoin/#comment-604
For me, bitcoin is really our future money. There are now many people who using bitcoin as their daily payment. Like in my country, we can pay our utilities expense by using bitcoins. I think cashless society will happen in the near future.


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January 30, 2018, 11:22:34 AM
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Well, we cannot put a certain answer on it though, but for me basing only on my own thoughts, as I see bitcoin has a chance of becoming a future money, it could make a real money disappear not yet today but for a long time. This speculations may come in real if these conditions may get satisfied, first, if bitcoin would be accepted by every government for every country. Second, if bitcoin value would be in stable status and lastly if bitcoin would be implemented inclined to curriculum of education, thus as I see bitcoin would be the future money.

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January 30, 2018, 11:22:52 AM
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Bitcoin has been proclaimed dead 89 timues. It has been labeled a Ponzi scheme and a failed experiment. Writers have argued for it to be forgotten and for developers to move on to greener pastures. But moving beyond this rhetoric, it’s not all that difficult to compare the rise of bitcoin to that of another technology: the World Wide Web. http://blockgeeks.com/questions/what-is-your-future-predictions-of-bitcoin/#comment-604
For me bitcoin was still not dead since it has too many times falls it also turning back again and increases more than ever. So i must agreed that bitcoin is trully existing here in the world and it will also last even through fifth generation that comes because trully that bitcoin has no limitation to help people to become better more enought and provider of physical needed mostly. So that i believed that bitcoin never dies even through many things has come stills its stand firm.

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January 30, 2018, 11:33:51 AM
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It should be the future of money because of its ease in transaction and decentralization.

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January 30, 2018, 11:39:47 AM
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It can not be said that doubts about bitcoin did not visit us, because this is something completely new in the investment market, and, in principle, too. People tend to be skeptical about something new and not tested.

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January 30, 2018, 11:41:53 AM
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Yes no doubt the future.

Amazing concept and blockchain frame work.

Hell yes it the future. For INR conversion atleast it's a blessing

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January 30, 2018, 11:51:29 AM
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Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrecy be part of the future of money but I dont think that the FIAT money system will be replaced. Too much interests standing in the way...

Yes, exaxtly. Bitcoin will never be replaced fiats. Bitcoin has been banned in some government and countries so that there are higher chance that it will not replace the real money but Bitcoin can reduce the percentage of using the real money of all people here in the world. Bitcoin has been used in many transactions but it is not enough to be a replacement of the real money because of its volatility.
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January 30, 2018, 11:54:54 AM
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Bitcoin has been proclaimed dead 89 times. It has been labeled a Ponzi scheme and a failed experiment. Writers have argued for it to be forgotten and for developers to move on to greener pastures. But moving beyond this rhetoric, it’s not all that difficult to compare the rise of bitcoin to that of another technology: the World Wide Web. http://blockgeeks.com/questions/what-is-your-future-predictions-of-bitcoin/#comment-604
I think yes. Bitcoin's future. A new kind of currency is pouring into people's lives. And what about without it?

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