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Author Topic: [2018-05-18] Is Cryptocurrency Here To Stay? Everything a Newbie Should Know  (Read 31 times)
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May 18, 2018, 10:26:23 AM
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Bitcoin Garden: Is Cryptocurrency Here To Stay? Everything a Newbie Should Know
https://bitcoingarden.org/is-cryptocurrency-here-to-stay-everything-a-newbie-should-know/

Cryptocurrencies have undergone quite a tumultuous journey in the past few months. Although cryptocurrencies have registered a sharp drop in prices in 2018, they have still managed to hold sway due to several reasons.

The fast growth of cryptocurrencies in a very short span is in itself an indicator of their value as an exchange medium. The innovative design backed by digital technology is another attraction that makes them look invincible. If you are new to the cryptocurrency world, here is what you should know about cryptocurrencies. The reasons cited below are mainly responsible for the digital currency being a powerful force now and one that you should not ignore....

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May 18, 2018, 10:09:30 PM
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I find it amazing how he starts the article talking about cryptocurrency being decentralized by design.

But most of the projects that exist today are extremely centralized. Just get the top 200 by marketingcap, how many are, in fact, decentralized? We need to demand that everyone has at least a concrete plan to become projects whose control by a small group of people is impossible.


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May 19, 2018, 08:34:24 PM
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I find it amazing how he starts the article talking about cryptocurrency being decentralized by design.

But most of the projects that exist today are extremely centralized. Just get the top 200 by marketingcap, how many are, in fact, decentralized? We need to demand that everyone has at least a concrete plan to become projects whose control by a small group of people is impossible.

I know some projects like Bitclave for example. They are building a decentralized engine.
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