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April 22, 2013, 06:43:02 AM
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I'm curious if anyone with an economics background has taken the time to list all the community developed metrics for the Bitcoin. I'm developing a course on the Bitcoin and I'd like to greatly expand the economics section:

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April 22, 2013, 10:01:23 AM
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Unfortunately, I can't really help with what you are asking, as I am not an economist, but here's a thought.

Perhaps you could (should?) refer to the political and sociological impact bitcoin might have. Especially if this impact is put under the light not of bitcoin itself, but of its general idea, everyone contributing a possible glimpse into the future could become the next Julius Vern.

One big change that I can perceive is that country borders start to blur, since any community can have their own bitcoin type currency, given internet access. WOW!!!
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