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Monero: the secure, private, untraceable currency

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Chinese repsneakers at honest prices - Putian City

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Devcoin: ethically inspired cryptocurrency

A community based around the Devcoin cryptocurrency, an ethically inspired project created to help fund FOSS developers, artists, musicians, writers and more.
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2 months ago, everybody loved BIP75. It's a net positive for the Bitcoin community, you could type "Michael.Bitcoin.Com" in the TO field of a wallet, and it would get to Michael just as anonymously. (instead of the BTC address you know today)

2 months ago, everybody loved BIP75. It's a net positive for the Bitcoin community, you could type submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Summer 2020 QoL Update is Live!

I have been wanting (and needing) to do a QoL (“Quality of Life”) update to Bitcoin Billionaire for some time now, and what better time than while in lockdown!
Please see the medium post for full details:
https://medium.com/@fizzpow_michael/bitcoin-billionaire-summer-2020-qol-update-93b284ff1aaf
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Michael Saylor: Bitcoin is The Best and Most Liquid Security Invented in The History of The World

Michael Saylor: Bitcoin is The Best and Most Liquid Security Invented in The History of The World submitted by PabloClarke to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Michael Saylor claims the company will hold Bitcoin for ‘100 years’

Michael Saylor claims the company will hold Bitcoin for ‘100 years’ submitted by slywalkers to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bullish Michael Saylor Discloses 17,732 BTC ($175 Million) in Personal Bitcoin Holdings

Bullish Michael Saylor Discloses 17,732 BTC ($175 Million) in Personal Bitcoin Holdings submitted by wmredditor to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

“There has never been an example of a $100B monster digital network that was vanquished once it got to that dominant position. Bitcoin has already won." -Michael Saylor

“There has never been an example of a $100B monster digital network that was vanquished once it got to that dominant position. Bitcoin has already won. submitted by qbisq to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

After pouring in $425 million of MicroStrategy funds into bitcoin, CEO Michael Saylor says that bitcoin is a better bet than gold.

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Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor says investment in Bitcoin (BTC) is for the long haul

Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor says investment in Bitcoin (BTC) is for the long haul submitted by doge_c137 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Raoul Pal and Michael Saylor's Bitcoin vs Ethereum analysis is deeply flawed, and here is why.

Regarding the Bitcoin vs Ethereum narrative
Allocating capital in Bitcoin but not in Ethereum is a bet that the planned road-map for Ethereum will not be successfully implemented and/or its economic properties will not function as designed once the final phase of ETH 2.0 goes live. The combination of PoS, sharding and EIP-1559 will allow for a monetary policy that can sustain the system with zero, possibly negative, issuance. Detailed explanations of how this is possible has been documented through numerous interviews and blogs with developers and pundits. We also must take into consideration that even if the issuance is above zero, the returns from staking Ether must be accounted to compare the long-term holding value proposition against something like Bitcoin. If the staking rewards provide ~3% annual returns and issuance is ~2% then the equivalent issuance for a PoW protocol would be ~-1% (this will never happen in the Bitcoin protocol).
Addressing the claim that Ether is not money
The narrative that Ether is not money because the Ethereum protocol is not designed to exclusively function as money is akin to saying that the Internet is not a good emailing system because it is not exclusively designed to transmit emails. This type of narrative is trying to restrict the definition of money by suggesting that its underlying protocol should not have functionality that extends beyond the conventional way we think of it. The reality is that Ethereum is much better suited for a digital economy - Ether is its native monetary asset. The ability to issue other forms of digital assets and execute computer logic in a trustless unified system with a natively defined monetary asset encompasses all the fundamental building blocks of a future digital economy. This is a future where monetary, financial and information systems can take advantage of the inclusiveness, permissionless and trustless aspects that are central to the Bitcoin value proposition.
The Ethereum protocol is designed to do a lot of wonderful things, but it costs money to operate the network and that cost must be covered by something of value that can be easily liquidated or exchanged into other things of value.... otherwise known as money. The idea that Ether is more akin to oil than gold/money just because the price metric for computations is called "gas" falls apart under scrutiny. Ether is strictly used as a monetary incentive. It is not magically burned to propel a fictitious machine that runs the network... the computers that run the Ethereum network run under the same physical principles from the ones of Bitcoin - they consume energy and someone has to pay for it. It just so happens that the monetary rewards and cost of transactions operating the Ethereum network are done exclusively in Ether, and therefore it serves as a monetary base. In addition, Ether has been used as the monetary base for the acquisition of other digital assets during their ICO phase. Lastly, Paypal has revealed they will be including Ether as a means of payment for online merchants. Saying that Ether is not money is like saying the sky isn't blue.
Additional thoughts
  1. The combination of staking, EIP-1559 and sharding will allow ETH to reduce issuance ahead of Bitcoin's schedule. It is very likely going to allow for sustainable zero issuance which is something that is still up in the air for Bitcoin.
  2. The switch from PoW to PoS will dramatically reduce the operational cost of the network while incentivizing ownership of Ether. The reduction in operational cost is a huge factor contributing to a sustainable monetary policy.
  3. The true soundness of Ether as a store of wealth needs to account for the returns from staking. That means that even if the nominal issuance remained higher than Bitcoin, it could still a better investment when you account for the staking returns.
  4. Ethereum can operate as an entire financial system. It allows for issuance of new tokens and it can operate autonomously as a digital assets exchange... so that means that it can be an exchange for tokenized FIAT currencies, cryptocurrencies, tokenized securities and commodities. Think of a global market for stocks, commodities, future contracts and derivatives.
  5. The integration with digital assets is done natively in one network. Ethereum serves as a native monetary asset with sound properties. Tokenized bitcoins would not only significantly reduce security (value would be lost if EITHER network is compromised) it also makes little sense if Ethereum's soundness (staking - issuance) is superior to Bitcoin.
  6. There are a gazillion more use cases for Ethereum that would benefit from having a natively defined monetary asset.
  7. Ultimately Bitcoin might serve as digital gold as a hedge against Ethereum. So they can coexist, but they are still competing with each other in terms of building value. Every investor who is getting into cryptocurrencies should be asking what assets to buy and why. Money allocated to Bitcoin cannot be allocated to Ethereum and vice-versa.
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Tyler Winklevoss Says Institutional Tsunami Coming to Bitcoin... "First, it was Michael Saylor and MicroStrategy [$425 million]... Today, it is Jack Dorsey and Square [$50 million]. Tomorrow, it will be another visionary leader, and another, and another"

Tyler Winklevoss Says Institutional Tsunami Coming to Bitcoin... submitted by Karpaty to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

How Michael Saylor Convinced Microstrategy's Shareholders to Approve His $250 MM Bitcoin Purchase (2.5-minute audio clip from his appearance on The Pomp Podcast)

How Michael Saylor Convinced Microstrategy's Shareholders to Approve His $250 MM Bitcoin Purchase (2.5-minute audio clip from his appearance on The Pomp Podcast) submitted by PodClips to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Raoul Pal and Michael Saylor's Bitcoin vs Ethereum analysis is deeply flawed... here is why.

Regarding the Bitcoin vs Ethereum narrative
Allocating capital in Bitcoin but not in Ethereum is a bet that the planned road-map for Ethereum will not be successfully implemented and/or its economic properties will not function as designed once the final phase of ETH 2.0 goes live. The combination of PoS, sharding and EIP-1559 will allow for a monetary policy that can sustain the system with zero, possibly negative, issuance. Detailed explanations of how this is possible has been documented through numerous interviews and blogs with developers and pundits. We also must take into consideration that even if the issuance is above zero, the returns from staking Ether must be accounted to compare the long-term holding value proposition against something like Bitcoin. If the staking rewards provide ~3% annual returns and issuance is ~2% then the equivalent issuance for a PoW protocol would be ~-1% (this will never happen in the Bitcoin protocol).
Addressing the claim that Ether is not money
The narrative that Ether is not money because the Ethereum protocol is not designed to exclusively function as money is akin to saying that the Internet is not a good emailing system because it is not exclusively designed to transmit emails. This type of narrative is trying to restrict the definition of money by suggesting that its underlying protocol should not have functionality that extends beyond the conventional way we think of it. The reality is that Ethereum is much better suited for a digital economy - Ether is its native monetary asset. The ability to issue other forms of digital assets and execute computer logic in a trustless unified system with a natively defined monetary asset encompasses all the fundamental building blocks of a future digital economy. This is a future where monetary, financial and information systems can take advantage of the inclusiveness, permissionless and trustless aspects that are central to the Bitcoin value proposition.
The Ethereum protocol is designed to do a lot of wonderful things, but it costs money to operate the network and that cost must be covered by something of value that can be easily liquidated or exchanged into other things of value.... otherwise known as money. The idea that Ether is more akin to oil than gold/money just because the price metric for computations is called "gas" falls apart under scrutiny. Ether is strictly used as a monetary incentive. It is not magically burned to propel a fictitious machine that runs the network... the computers that run the Ethereum network run under the same physical principles from the ones of Bitcoin - they consume energy and someone has to pay for it. It just so happens that the monetary rewards and cost of transactions operating the Ethereum network are done exclusively in Ether, and therefore it serves as a monetary base. In addition, Ether has been used as the monetary base for the acquisition of other digital assets during their ICO phase. Lastly, Paypal has revealed they will be including Ether as a means of payment for online merchants. Saying that Ether is not money is like saying the sky isn't blue.
Additional thoughts
  1. The combination of staking, EIP-1559 and sharding will allow ETH to reduce issuance ahead of Bitcoin's schedule. It is very likely going to allow for sustainable zero issuance which is something that is still up in the air for Bitcoin.
  2. The switch from PoW to PoS will dramatically reduce the operational cost of the network while incentivizing ownership of Ether. The reduction in operational cost is a huge factor contributing to a sustainable monetary policy.
  3. The true soundness of Ether as a store of wealth needs to account for the returns from staking. That means that even if the nominal issuance remained higher than Bitcoin, it could still a better investment when you account for the staking returns.
  4. Ethereum can operate as an entire financial system. It allows for issuance of new tokens and it can operate autonomously as a digital assets exchange... so that means that it can be an exchange for tokenized FIAT currencies, cryptocurrencies, tokenized securities and commodities. Think of a global market for stocks, commodities, future contracts and derivatives.
  5. The integration with digital assets is done natively in one network. Ethereum serves as a native monetary asset with sound properties. Tokenized bitcoins would not only significantly reduce security (value would be lost if EITHER network is compromised) it also makes little sense if Ethereum's soundness (staking - issuance) is superior to Bitcoin.
  6. There are a gazillion more use cases for Ethereum that would benefit from having a natively defined monetary asset.
  7. Ultimately Bitcoin might serve as digital gold as a hedge against Ethereum. So they can coexist, but they are still competing with each other in terms of building value. Every investor who is getting into cryptocurrencies should be asking what assets to buy and why. Money allocated to Bitcoin cannot be allocated to Ethereum and vice-versa.
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Michael Saylor On Bitcoin - The Long-Term Bull Case

Michael Saylor On Bitcoin - The Long-Term Bull Case submitted by hoteppeter to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Pomp interviews Michael Saylor, the CEO of MicroStrategy (MSTR), public company who just bought 38,250 bitcoins for $425 million

Pomp interviews Michael Saylor, the CEO of MicroStrategy (MSTR), public company who just bought 38,250 bitcoins for $425 million submitted by xboox to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor Thinks Bitcoin Could Be "1,000x" Better Than Gold (18-second clip from his appearance on The Pomp Podcast)

Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor Thinks Bitcoin Could Be submitted by PodClips to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Bitcoin Bull Bull Bull with Michael Saylor — What Bitcoin Did

The Bitcoin Bull Bull Bull with Michael Saylor — What Bitcoin Did submitted by mccormack555 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How Microstrategy Invested $425 MM in Bitcoin Without Moving Its Price (short audio clip from Michael Saylor's appearance on The Pomp Podcast)

How Microstrategy Invested $425 MM in Bitcoin Without Moving Its Price (short audio clip from Michael Saylor's appearance on The Pomp Podcast) submitted by PodClipsApp to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin in the Boardroom with Michael Saylor — What Bitcoin Did

Bitcoin in the Boardroom with Michael Saylor — What Bitcoin Did submitted by mccormack555 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Am I Alone In Thinking That Michael Saylor Isn’t Really Going to Help the Masses Get Into Bitcoin?

His company’s purchase of Bitcoin is net positive for bringing visibility to the coin to treasury managers and CFOs at major companies. The decision truly legitimizes it. But his endless inane psychobabble Twitter posts, which remind me more of my schizophrenic aunt on quaaludes, are not going to drive massive interest in cryptocurrency.
When you look at him and Fitness Queef, or whatever her name is, doing dance music videos about “bull bull bull,” I know what they mean when they say geeks and engineers have no clue how to do marketing.
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Michael Saylor just announced/revealed his personal holdings of 17,732 bitcoin. This is in addition to MicroStrategy's holdings of 38,250 bitcoin.

Michael Saylor just announced/revealed his personal holdings of 17,732 bitcoin. This is in addition to MicroStrategy's holdings of 38,250 bitcoin. submitted by SpockSays to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor plans to hold his Bitcoin for 100 years, describing it as “the world’s best collateral.”

Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor plans to hold his Bitcoin for 100 years, describing it as “the world’s best collateral.” submitted by NinjaDK to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

CEO of publicly traded company MicroStrategy, Michael Saylor, says that hedge fund titan Paul Tudor Jones should have put much more than 2% into bitcoin if he really understood it.

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