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September 06, 2018, 07:03:37 PM
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I was thinking about reporting this spinning in the copy/paste topic, but I don't want to mess up that topic, it's fine for copypasting reports, but text spinning is not that straightforward, so this is why I've opened this topic.

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~ the current enhancements ~
are you hinting at Schnorr?

in any case the only way price goes up is with more adoption and it only stays up with more merchant adoption. all these "enhancements" are great but it takes time for them to start being used. for instance i do believe that LN will not be used that much until it is meaning some day one of the big ones like an exchange would start implementing it and then the LN usage will go through the roof in less than a month as others follow.
so we need that kind of trigger to happen and that can be the ignition for the big rise to come. although this is not the only reason that can lead to a rise. even without these "enhancements" bitcoin is still the only decentralized currency in the world with scarce supply.

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For example, I do trust that LN won't be utilized that much until the point when it is meaning sometime one of the enormous ones like a trade would begin actualizing it and after that the LN utilization will experience the rooftop in under multi month as others take after.

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please let me know if I need to move this to the copypaste topic, if there's no need for separate spinner topic

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September 20, 2018, 08:51:15 PM
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Completely right. You're considering fair the way I was considering. By the way it is additionally genuine that circumstance can alter any time. Out of those crypto money as it were the leading will survive and proceed to develop.


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Totally right. You're considering reasonable the way I was considering. By the way it in addition honest to goodness that circumstance can change any time. Out of those crypto cash because it were the driving will survive and continue to create.


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September 23, 2018, 07:32:01 PM
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Someone like my posts... at least to spin them...

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Banks will not even be forced to change anything regarding their current entrance on their internet banking software. If central banks talk about electronic money or blockchain, they do not think of bitcoin but something focused. They wanted to eliminate it in the year because everyone's financial track was their favorite. Then there is a monetary market "regulated" electronic money (electronic money is not new) and what we have with bitcoin and other decentralized currencies remains.

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Adoption of what? This won't influence the adoption of bitcoin.
If it's about the adoption of the new national cryptocurrency, Average Joe's won't care about the kind of the payment system at the bank. (if it's a blockchain based one or not). Banks even won't be forced to change anything in connection with their current frontend of their internet bank software.
The reason is simple, the digital national currency is just a different kind of digital form of the fiat that the central bank issues.
 If central banks talk about cryptocurrency or blockchain, they don't think about bitcoin but something centralized.

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From the same thread, but it's spinning wikipedia...

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Bank of England is known as the central bank of the United Kingdom. The foundation of the modern central banks has been developed at the center. It is the world's second oldest central bank and the 8th Old Bank in the world after Sweden's Switzerland's Ritzbank. On July 17, 1694, a £ 1.2 million pound-sterling capital was established in the City of London as a personal financial institution through royal charter. Later, nationalization was done in 1946. [1] [2] In 1998, for the first time got autonomy from the government. [3] Yet it is controlled by the government. The Bank of England, established as a bank of the British Government, is the banker of the UK government. Mark Karen has been the Governor of the Bank since July 1, 2013. On June 30, 2013, he became the first non-Briton to replace Governor Marvin Kane for five years.

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The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom and the model on which most modern central banks have been based. Established in 1694 to act as the English Government's banker, and still one of the bankers for the Government of the United Kingdom, it is the world's eighth-oldest bank. It was privately owned by stockholders from its foundation in 1694 until it was nationalised in 1946.[2][3]

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I think this option is a good thing for their customers, but I'm not sure I would let Bitcoins deal with them. Those who are thinking that they will borrow easily with the BTC-USD return for trading purposes, this idea is not worth the price. But honestly I do not like the idea of returning fiat, in either case if the price goes up or down the only beneficiary would be the bitbank.

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Well, since it is from Japan, I think that it'll be successful, not only because the project is made by Bitbank, but to also think that they are very clever and witty about this, Bitcoin loan is very unique, there are lots of theories about it and now they are making it happen, BTC-USD is a great form of loan, hopefully this comes out well.
I don't see it practical as for some of the time period the borrowed Bitcoin will be locked so can't do any activity with it, at least not trade. Those who are thinking that they will borrow on easy terms of BTC-USD pay back for trading purpose, this idea don't worth them. For some of the people like escrow it may work.
But honestly speaking I don't like the idea of paying back into fiat, in both the cases if price goes up or down the only beneficiary will be bitbank.

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