OT_ Bitcoin vs Tulips – Grupos do Google bitcoin spot

On 15/12/2017 15:21, the iceberg wrote:

> lol what a surprise bad news brian

Catchy nick, although mostly my news is good. Not about bitcoin

Though.

Warren buffett on bitcoin

Even though he’s been known to avoid the tech sector in the past,

Bitcoin mania has not escaped buffett, and he’s already expressed his

Thoughts on the topic.

In fact, buffett was cautioning investors to stay well away from the

Cryptocurrency as early as 2014. In a 2014 CNBC interview, he said “stay

Away from it. It’s a mirage, basically…the idea that it has some huge

Intrinsic value is a joke in my view.“

In another interview, buffett reiterated his stance on bitcoin saying: ”

It doesn’t make sense. This thing is not regulated. It’s not under

Control. It’s not under the supervision [of] any…united states federal

Reserve or any other central bank.Bitcoin spot price I don’t believe in this whole thing

At all. I think it’s going to implode.”

> and pelle are all doom and gloom! They prob said the same about the internet!

Have you forgotten the dot-com bubble?

A historic economic bubble and period of excessive speculation that

Occurred roughly from 1997 to 2001, a period of extreme growth in the

Usage and adaptation of the internet by businesses and consumers. During

This period, many internet-based companies, commonly referred to as

Dot-coms, were founded, many of which failed.

How much has DJT invested?

Re: OT: bitcoin vs tulips

Whisper

15/12/17 08:04

On 16/12/2017 3:01 AM, brian W lawrence wrote:

> on 15/12/2017 15:21, the iceberg wrote:

>

>> lol what a surprise bad news brian

>

> catchy nick, although mostly my news is good. Not about bitcoin

> though.Bitcoin spot price

>

> warren buffett on bitcoin

>

> even though he’s been known to avoid the tech sector in the past,

> bitcoin mania has not escaped buffett, and he’s already expressed his

> thoughts on the topic.

>

> in fact, buffett was cautioning investors to stay well away from the

> cryptocurrency as early as 2014. In a 2014 CNBC interview, he said “stay

> away from it. It’s a mirage, basically…the idea that it has some huge

> intrinsic value is a joke in my view.“

>

> in another interview, buffett reiterated his stance on bitcoin saying: ”

> it doesn’t make sense. This thing is not regulated. It’s not under

> control. It’s not under the supervision [of] any…united states federal

> reserve or any other central bank. I don’t believe in this whole thing

> at all. I think it’s going to implode.”

bitcoin spot price

>

Buffet had done extremely well with his strategy, but he’s also missed

Out on untold billions with his approach.

Re: OT: bitcoin vs tulips

Soccerfan777

15/12/17 08:32

Op zaterdag 16 december 2017 17:57:05 UTC+1 schreef undecided:

> on friday, december 15, 2017 at 10:48:41 AM UTC-5, kaennorsing wrote:

> > op vrijdag 15 december 2017 15:32:05 UTC+1 schreef whisper:

> > > on 15/12/2017 10:18 PM, kaennorsing wrote:

> > > > outstanding analyses from jim rickards, one of the brightest guys in economics.

> > > >

> > > > https://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=6r04gfwfrke

> > > >

> > > > does anybody here own any (part) of these digital coins? Or plans to buy them?

> > > >

> > >

> > > I have a small investment (not so small now).Bitcoin spot price rickards has no clue.

> >

> > how is bitcoin creating wealth for people, other than speculative gains on the price? Will they be accepted in supermarkets soon? What is jim missing?

>

> bitcoin’s main real use is for tax evaders, extorsionists, drug smugglers, and terrorist organization use. On top of that jumped the speculators. The last group to come in are the common folk. There is no real value to BTC except for the 1st group. If you also notice, there is a lot of arbitrage, people moving from one coin to another trying to find some gains. All of this will come crashing down to zero and in the aftermath some useful tech & social change will come similar to what happened in the early days of the dotcom boom. Most of those firms are now gone are almost gone.

Probably, yes.Bitcoin spot price this whole mining concept will probably have to change in a future version of a bitcoin, imo. It just seems silly to me, unlike real mining where you actually get real stuff from the ground – which can be sold and actually used for productive purposes – this digital mining takes too much time, effort and energy to create just a couple of digits on a network… Seems unsustainable.

Re: OT: bitcoin vs tulips

TT

18/12/17 09:12