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August 05, 2018, 12:11:26 AM
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Tulip is alien to me but what ever it is,i believe it cannot be compared with bitcoin because bitcoin got acceptance and in use.Bitcoin can be used to make so much transactions
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August 05, 2018, 12:15:03 AM
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I do not quite understand what it means to compare in this situation. In the sense that bitcoin also turns out to be a bubble and will burst sooner or later?
Well ... you can talk for a long time, but we will find out only if it breaks ...
However, you can remember the example in the form of credit cards, which now are used by all ... and this could also be a bubble.
So only time will show
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August 05, 2018, 12:33:33 AM
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Some people like to compare crypto with the tulip bubble phenomenon before. My thoughts:

First of all, the phenomenon of tulips really does not exist nor can one prove, there are very few documents that exist today.

Secondly, tulips do not last long, are not scarce, can not be programmed, can not be used for transactions, can not be verified, can not be divided, are not the solution of the problem, and hard to move.

Can not compare crypto with tulips.

In my own opinion, tulip was a phenomenon during the Dutch age wherein the price of tulip suddenly increased so much and then it suddenly collapsed. But there is no comparison between tulip with cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is a decentralized virtual coin with blockchain system which often undergoes fluctuations of price. So I think, there are no relationship between the two, though they are both not existing.
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August 05, 2018, 12:55:11 AM
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There are some article already talk about this one, and they also said that tulip mania doenst extinct at all. Maybe some people does but if it will be compared to it, I don't think it's comparable.
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August 05, 2018, 09:14:13 AM
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Comparing Bitcoin with florist is unlikely you should understand this, they do not want to be more common bitcoin is knowing, so they make some problems by comparing bitcoin with bad ones, if they I'm the bitcoin holder and believe in bitocin
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