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Opposition to bitcoin isn't unique. We've seen this before — with a happy ending
venturebeat.com

From the story of Nikola Tesla, I saw parallels between his invention, alternating current (AC), and what bitcoin has been experiencing for some time now. On June 6, 1884, Tesla arrived in New York. The Serbian immigrant, who was from modern day ...

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Why Bitcoin Isn't Dead
www.cryptocoinsnews.com

His conclusion, an essay titled, “Bitcoin Isn't Dead, Yet,” is that the cryptocurrency has a role to play in the global marketplace. The greatest threat bitcoin faces, in Yiannopoulos' view, is its fluctuating value, which has not damaged the currency ...

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Bitcoin Isn't Dead, Yet
www.breitbart.com

And then there's the feature that has made bitcoin the great hope of libertarians, and the great worry of authoritarians everywhere. Its decentralized structure. Now over five years old, no-one has succeeded in gaining monopoly control over the ...

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Three reasons why Bitcoin isn't dead yet
arstechnica.com

I hadn't known, for example, that the blockchain is controlled by a majority of miners based in China where outbound international traffic has high latency. I didn't realize there's a huge drag on completing Bitcoin-based transactions. And after ...

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The Future Of Bitcoin Isn't Bitcoin&&It's Bigger Than That
www.fastcompany.com

The blockchain concept was first developed by bitcoin's pseudonymous (and mysterious) creator Satoshi Nakamoto as a way to track ownership of the digital currency. When bitcoin owners spend or transfer the currency, their digital wallet software ...

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Why Bitcoin isn't the wave of the future after all
dailycampus.com

After analyzing the facts, it becomes apparent that Bitcoin is not destined to grow and mature beyond what it is today. Without a major overhaul of Bitcoin's system and values, it is naïve to think that there will be widespread adoption. (PerfectHue ...

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Bitcoin's Biggest Question Isn't Ease of Use, It's 'Why Use it?'
www.coindesk.com

When asked why bitcoin hasn't taken off as an electronic, online cash, it's become conventional wisdom to blame ease of use as the predominant issue. When compared to other payment methods, most say, digital currency simply isn't as user-friendly.

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How to Make Sure Your Torrent Client Isn't Secretly Mining ...
gizmodo.com

If you use uTorrent for your torrenting needs, there's a good chance your client is also mining Bitcoin without you even realizing it, and gobbling up your computer's processing power. The good news is, roughly a month after ...

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Cryptocurrency Exchange LazyCoins Isn't Lazy About Security
newsbtc.com

With new altcoins created every week, the demand for secure platforms to trade digital currencies has also grown. And LazyCoins has its eyes set on being an industry innovator. As a new exchange, LazyCoins' main priorities are to make cryptocurrency ...

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