Bitcoin is pure internet money, freeing us from the tyranny of fiat currency which is being printed into worthlessness.

Created and first mined in 2009, it’s now a worldwide phenomenon, but still, an experiment though one that’s getting a bit of momentum behind it now.

Since the bull run of 2013 when it first reached $1000 and especially in 2017, when it peaked at $20,000, bitcoin has captured the imagination of people.

Since the economic crises of 2008 are seeing a recovery to only the elite1% of society, most people are just now beginning to understand the scam of our current monetary system.

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Can Bitcoin Replace Government-Issued Money?

“Bitcoin is poorly suited to the purpose of becoming any nation’s main medium of exchange.”

That was the topic of a public debate hosted by the Soho Forum in New York City on August 12, 2019. It featured George Selgin, director of the Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives at the Cato Institute, and economist Saifedean Ammous, author of The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking (2018). Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein moderated.

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Analyzing the Bitcoin Price Action 27 August 2019

Sawcruhteez Streamz is a channel dedicated to technical analysis for Cryptocurrency, Gold as well as the S&P 500. This is an educational channel that is set out to teach sound money management techniques at no cost to the viewer. All statements / remarks are an opinion and should NEVER be

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Snax a blockchain based social overlay

SNAX is the basic utility token of own DPOS blockchain. Snax platform allows to measure the value of a public content transparently and reward publishers without pushing social platforms to change established business models. Snax provides free accounts registration, instant zero-cost transactions, donation system and the possibility to create dApps.

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Is South Africa’s Lending sector doomed?

Not many people understand the state that banks are in South Africa right now. While banks in pretty much every country rely on staying afloat thanks to their lending services and the interest they gain from them, South African banks are actually afraid of relying heavily on this segment. The

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