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Predicting Bitcoin to Go to Zero said MSM

Predicting Bitcoin to Go to Zero said MSM

It’s been a good week for bitcoin (BTC), which is up 8%. But you wouldn’t think so to read the news. Alight on one of several mainstream media (MSM) outlets and you might have learned that bitcoin is crashing and on its way to zero. Taking cheap shots at bitcoin is great for attracting rage clicks. It’s also a great way to look foolish.

MSM Floats a Sea of FUD

Bitcoin has now died 319 times according to Bitcoin Obituaries, but like a B-movie zombie it just won’t stay down. To date, no one has succeeded in administering the fatal double tap, and not for lack of trying. Nine years on, bitcoin is stronger and healthier than ever, with a thriving ecosystem of projects under development, from sidechains to custodial and layer two scaling solutions.


Only the brave or the foolish would write off bitcoin in 2018, and yet that’s exactly what so-called experts keep doing. “I thought we’d finally get rid of bitcoin,” grumbled John Crudele in the New York Post. He’s been banging the same drum for four years. “But the fake “currency,” which I like to call bitcon, just won’t fade away…Even at $6,600, bitcoin is still worth 70 percent less than it was at the beginning of the year.” He finished:

I use the term “worth” cautiously because bitcoin is really worth nothing, since it’s backed by nothing or no one. It’s a confidence game that has value only because people are convincing other people that it’s worth something. Got it! Ponzi scheme. Confidence game. Fraud. Anyway, bitcoin is headed for a value of zilch. It’s only a matter of when.


The Lost Art of Googling

Bitcoin isn’t complicated. Merkle roots and block header pruning and UTXOs, sure, that stuff’s too complicated for your average MSM journo. But understanding bitcoin at its most basic level requires nothing more than an ability to Google. Another serving of FUD this week came from a research paper that the Bank of Finland released.  The Great Illusion of Cryptocurrencies includes such observations as “cryptocurrencies are not real currencies but instead accounting systems for non-existent assets” and “For all intents and purposes, that ledger is a centralised ledger. The fact that there are multiple synchronised copies of it, distributed across a network, is irrelevant, as each one has the same data.”



The UK Media Weigh In

Around the same time that the New York Post’s Crudele was foaming over his laptop, British tabloid The Sun was also doling out misinformation. “BUBBLE TROUBLE How Bitcoin bubble burst as cryptocurrency loses 70% value and 800 digital currencies now defunct” screeched the headline. “FEARS are growing that the cyptocurrency [sic] bubble is about to burst after it emerged more than 800 digital coins are now defunct,” read the article, conflating dead shitcoins with BTC for no apparent reason.

The Independent is meant to be more reputable than The Sun, but the British media outlet also took aim at bitcoin this week. Like The Sun, its analysis was hopelessly off the mark. “Bitcoin has fallen to its lowest point since November and will probably be totally wiped out” ran the headline by associate editor Hamish McRae, “one of the country’s most respected financial journalists and commentators”. Evidently in the mood for serving some WTF with his FUD, McRae’s byline read: “Will investors’ support for bitcoin continue? The trouble is that we don’t know who owns it. A huge amount of energy has gone into uncovering ownership but most names remain concealed.” Somewhere in the midst of the rambling screed, the journalist then floated the idea that “By looking at IP addresses, it is clear that [bitcoin] ownership is very concentrated.”




The Independent’s financial expert ended: “The BIS [Bank for International Settlements] thinks that the decentralised nature of cryptocurrencies is a weakness rather than a strength.” Well fancy that. “My instinct is that these cryptocurrencies will disappear in a puff of smoke. I just hope too many people are not too damaged when it happens.” The thing about predicting bitcoin to go to zero is you can never be proven wrong. You can also never be taken seriously again.

What other MSM publications don’t understand bitcoin? Let us know in the comments section below.





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The available currencies are: Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, DASH, Bitcoin Cash.

Best Bitcoin Exchanges of 2018

Best Bitcoin Exchanges of 2018

When it comes to finding the best bitcoin exchange things are not all that easy. Many of the best sites to buy bitcoin are only recently online. This means that they have had little time to get the word out about their services and products. Most people coming to this page will be asking how to buy bitcoin online through a secure means. Well, here is a good starting point. 

First thing to consider when looking for the top bitcoin exchange is how safe are the website and server. A trustworthy exchange providing transparent data about coins in cold storage (more on this later). It is also a good to look for available currency pairs: example looking to trade bitcoin for USD, Euros, or other fiat currencies. The location usually gives an idea of what is on offer. However, the largest bitcoin sites usually have many options for buying bitcoin with government issued currency and altcoins.

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Best Multi-Currency Miner Sites 2018

Best MultiCurrency Miner Sites 2018

The following are the arrangements of the most astounding paying CryptoCurrency digger destinations you have to experiment with. These destinations are allowed to utilize and will rely upon clients to redesign their hashes to gain more and payout quick!

I have entirety up the main “cream of the yield” of every site for you to pick effortlessly on which will be which. The following are the best and genuine cloud mining sites.While different destinations, (that are recorded beneath) were extraordinary, it’s an or more to the individuals who possesses a site! They can adapt their site utilizing for instance the Coinimp, Gridcash and Computta.

1. Minergate – is a mining pool made by gathering of cryptocoin fans.

2. Coinimp – JavaScript minining answer for website admins. Program Miner for Monero (XMR) money, 0% expense, moment enlistment, most noteworthy execution available.

3. Nicehash –  is hashing power commercial center where you can mine altcoins and get paid in bitcoins or you can purchase hashing power from different diggers (cloud mining).

4. Eobot – is an ongoing trade permitting exchanging between Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin, Ripple, Dash, Golem, BitShares, CureCoin, NEM, Monero, Zcash.

5. Computta –  is a first of a benevolent administration made by cryptographic money experts to empower anybody and everybody’s PC to profit for their proprietors.

6. Gridcash – subsidiary program to adapt the traffic because of mining cryptographic money Monero(XMR) from the programs of guests.

7. Hashtoro – offers cloud-based cryptographic money administrations for standard clients just as organizations that need to enter in digital currency mining yet can not bear to buy or place gear for mining on their destinations and who need to expand his very own portfolio crosswise over mining stages utilizing

8. Getcryptotab – Earn bitcoin without the troubles of purchasing costly machines.