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Paypal Co-founder: Bitcoin Is The Greatest Scam In History

Paypal Co-founder: Bitcoin Is The Greatest Scam In History

PayPal Co-founder: Bitcoin is the greatest scam in history Bitcoin is a colossal pump-and-dump scheme, which the world has never seen before, says Bill Harris, co-founder of the PayPal payment system. Bitcoin is a bubble, speculation, and gambling. Bill Harris cracks down on cryptocurrencies with severe crutics in a column, called "Bitcoin is the greatest scam in history", published in Recode . Speculators specifically create a speculative frenzy around bitcoin, manipulating its price, and then sell their assets at artificially high prices. According to Harris, bitcoin does not fit into any of the roles that crypto-enthusiasts are wooing. Bitcoin can not serve as a payment method, because its rate is too volatile and few retailersare ready to accept such payments. "Extreme price volatility" will not allow bitcoin to become a store of value. Bitcoin has no intrinsic value, Harris claims. The growth of its price is explained by the " Greater Fool theory", when every subsequent bitcoin buyer believes that he will be able to sell it at a higher price, Harris continues. "Dollars, pounds, euros, yen and renminbi are better means of payment, stores of value and things in themselves," Harris believes. According to him, the cryptocurrency is best suited for only criminal activity. "Because transactions can not be anonymous - law enforcement can not easily trace who buys and sells - its use is dominated by illegal endeavors." Harris does not stop and calls most of bitcoin users "criminals" who are either involved in frankly illegal transactions or using bitcoin to evade taxes. He recalls that it were cryptocurrencies that were involved in Silk Road and WannaCry ransomware, that crypto-exchanges are susceptible to hacker attacks (for example, cases with CoinCheck or NiceHash mini Continue reading >>

Bitgo Co-founder Ben Davenport Is Stepping Down

Bitgo Co-founder Ben Davenport Is Stepping Down

BitGo Co-Founder Ben Davenport Is Stepping Down Apr 13, 2018 at 20:30 UTC|UpdatedApr 13, 2018 at 20:34 UTC Ben Davenport, a co-founder of blockchain security startup BitGo, is stepping down as chief technology officer. Starting next week, he will work part time as an advisor, he said in a statement Friday . He said he intends to spend some time with his family and the broader bitcoin community as he determines his next steps. Ben Chan, another employee at the company, will take over as CTO. "When [co-founder Mike Belshe] and I met, we had a shared vision to build an infrastructure company that would play a crucial role in speeding the adoption of bitcoin," he wrote, adding: "It was a big vision for a few guys in a tiny room, and the path was by no means straight or easy ...But today, BitGo is the most trusted name in enterprise digital asset security, provides services for 20 different coins or tokens, and handles over $10 billion of transactions monthly. And BitGo is just getting started." Davenport said that while "there's never an easy time to leave," this is a good moment, given the company's recent acquisition of the asset custodian Kingdom Trust , and the strength of the remaining team, including his successor. "It's incredible to think that Bitcoin didn't even exist 10 years ago. And yet we're still just in the first couple miles of a marathon. I'm incredibly grateful to have been able to do my small part, though I hope it will not be my last contribution by any means. HODL on," Davenport wrote. The leader in blockchain news, CoinDesk is a media outlet that strives for the highest journalistic standards and abides by a strict set of editorial policies . CoinDesk is an independent operating subsidiary of Digital Currency Group, which invests in cryptocurrencies a Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Is The Pin Thats Going To Pop The Bubble, Says Bitcoin Foundation Co-founder

Bitcoin Is The Pin Thats Going To Pop The Bubble, Says Bitcoin Foundation Co-founder

Bitcoin Is the Pin Thats Going to Pop the Bubble, Says Bitcoin Foundation Co-Founder Ricardo Esteves | April 2, 2018 | 6:56 pm Bitcoin Foundation co-founder Jon Matonis shared his views on central banks, the post-legal-tender age, regulators, and initial coin offerings. Were Entering a Post-Legal-Tender Age, Says Bitcoin Foundation Co-Founder Jon Matonis Jon Matonis,a Founding Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, has argued that it is not the cryptocurrency market that is in a bubble. Instead, it is the bond and stock markets that are being artificially inflated by central banks worldwide. To the people who say bitcoins a bubble, I would say bitcoin is the pin thats going to pop the bubble. The bubble is the insane bond markets and the fake equity markets that are propped up by the central banks. Those are the bubbles, Matonis told Business Insider at the Innovate Finance conference in London. Responding to critics who say that Bitcoin has more than halved its value in 2018 because the cryptocurrency bubble is now bursting, Jon Matonis countered that we are at the beginning of the end of the fiat era as were entering a post-legal-tender age. This new era,powered by decentralized cryptocurrencies, isnt driven by central banks. Hard-coded into the original block zero, genesis block, of bitcoin was a headline from The Times of London saying, Chancellor on the brink of second bailout for banks. All theyre doing is papering over the bulls infrastructure. That headline epitomizes what bitcoin is about thats why it was hard-coded in there, Matonis added. The monetary economist has held senior roles at major companies such as VISA International, VeriSign, Sumitomo Bank, and Hushmail. When it comes to big banks joining the cryptocurrency movement, such as Goldman Sachs, Matonis Continue reading >>

Co-founder Of World's Top Bitcoin Site Just Sold All His Bitcoins, Here's Why - World Of Buzz

Co-founder Of World's Top Bitcoin Site Just Sold All His Bitcoins, Here's Why - World Of Buzz

Get the latest viral stories daily! Like us: Bitcoin is one the most talked about cryptocurrency in the financial world nowadays as its price has surged exponentially in the past few months and even years. However, if youre thinking about getting into the game and purchasing this particular cryptocurrency, you might want to read this first. Just recently, the co-founder and CTO of bitcoin.com, Emil Oldenburg shockingly revealed that he has sold all his bitcoins because it isas good as useless, according to Business Insider Singapore . In fact, he strongly believes that other traders would follow suit once they realise just how illiquid the cryptocurrency market is. The high fees and transaction lead times are also reasons that have prompted Emil to sell all his bitcoins. FYI, the bitcoin transaction fees are doubling every three months, and it requires 4.5 hours just to confirm a transaction, as reported by the article. I would say an investment in bitcoin is right now the riskiest investment you can make. Theres an extremely high risk. I have in fact sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash, Emil said during an interview with a Swedish tech site. Another issue that led Emil to sell off all his bitcoins is the limited transactions per second that one is able to make in the bitcoin network. He said, the old bitcoin network is as good as unusable. According to the bitcoin guru, many bitcoin holders failed to understand these risks because they have only bought the cryptocurrency, but have yet to sell or trade any of them. As soon as people realise that this is how it works, they will start to sell, Emil added. He also made it clear that he has very little faith in bitcoin as a tradable currency in the future. Thats why hehas shifted his focus altogether Continue reading >>

Ethereum Price Will Reach $1,500 This Year: Reddit Co-founder

Ethereum Price Will Reach $1,500 This Year: Reddit Co-founder

Ethereum Price Will Reach $1,500 This Year: Reddit Co-founder Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Update May 3: Alexis Ohanian revised his $15,000 ethereum price forecast, telling Fortune that he misspoke and meant to say that ETH would reach $1,500 in 2018. Below is the article as it was originally published. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian said that he predicts the ethereum price will reach $15,000 in 2018, rocketing its market cap into the trillions of dollars and enabling it to surpass bitcoin as the worlds largest cryptocurrency. Ohanian, who now works full-time at Initialized Capital a venture capital firm he co-founded in 2012 made this bullish ethereum price prediction during an interview with Fortune , explaining that he believes this project has more long-term potential than any other currently-existent cryptocurrency. I still hold a little bit of Bitcoin, and I think it has such mindshare that it will continue to be a store of value. Im most bullish about Ethereum simply because people are actually building on it, he said, predicting later that At the end of the year, Bitcoin will be at $20,000. And Ethereum will be at $15,000. Great, now people can call me out if Im wrong, he added. Under this forecast, ethereum would roar to a $1.5 trillion market cap up from $67 billion in just seven short months, while bitcoin would recover back to the all-time high it set last December, bringing its market cap to approximately $340 billion. Elsewhere in the interview, Ohanian said that Initialized which has already invested in cryptocurrency industry giant Coinbase has determined to make blockchain-related investments a particular focus of its efforts in 2018 and that it believes the technology will lay the foundation for a new In Continue reading >>

Reddit Co-founder: Cryptocurrencies Are Fuel For A New Internet

Reddit Co-founder: Cryptocurrencies Are Fuel For A New Internet

Reddit Co-Founder: Cryptocurrencies Are Fuel for a New Internet The co-founder of online social news forum Reddit has said that cryptocurrencies are fuel for a new internet and that they are an opportunity for people to have a store of value. Alexis Ohanian was appearing as a guest on the Late Show withStephen Colbert yesterday when he made these comments. After talking about how he met his wife Serena Williams, an American professional tennis player, Colbert moved the conversation to the digital currency space and Ohanians involvement with it. Talking about cryptocurrenciesOhanian added that they give people the chance to have a store of value thats not backed by a single country. He then went on to say that while that may seem silly to those in developed nations, he is of the opinion that for so many other people they can provide a lifeline. In so many states, there is uncertainty about government and money and people see their life savings disappear, he added. There is a very real value to having a currency that is volatile, like bitcoin is, that is potentially less volatile than some of these states see hyper-inflation. He said that there are plenty of us who take for granted the fact that we have access to bank accounts, but for so many people in the world to have the security of actually knowing what is yours is yours, because its digital, can now be transferred with you wherever youre going, is actually a pretty empowering thing. Ohanian noted earlier on in the Late Show chat that since he stopped looking after the management of Reddit at the beginning of the year, he has started a venture capital fund called Initalized Capital with partner Garry Tan, a former Y Combinator partner. Theonline social news forum also appears keen to get back involved with cryptocur Continue reading >>

One Of The Co-founders Of Bitcoin.com Has Just Sold All Of His Bitcoin

One Of The Co-founders Of Bitcoin.com Has Just Sold All Of His Bitcoin

One of the co-founders of bitcoin.com has just sold all of his Bitcoin Emil Oldenburg, co-founder and CTO of the wildly successful Bitcoin.com , one of the worlds largest bitcoin sites, has sold all of his bitcoins recently due to the ''extremely skeptical'' future of the cryptocurrency. The Swedish native stated in a recent interview with tech site Breakit: I would say an investment in bitcoin is right now the riskiest investment you can make. Theres an extremely high risk.'' Oldenburg has in fact put his cryptocurrency where his mouth is and migrated to the lesser known spinoff, bitcoin cash (BCH). I have in fact sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash. BCH split from bitcoin in back August 2017 and, at time of writing, recently overtook Ethereum asthe world's second-largest cryptocurrency. And ever since, the currency has gained strong support of Oldenburg's co-founder, Roger Ver. With surrounding, and consistent, talk of the worldwide payment system hitting headlines all around the world, and not to mention highs that the currency had never seen before, a question beckons - why would one sell it when it seems to be at the top of its game? According to Oldenburg, his big problem with bitcoin is its high transaction costs and lead times. For those in the know, you'll be aware that bitcoin transaction feesare doubling every three months, and it now takes on average 4.5 hours to confirm a bitcoin transaction. As well as this, it appears that bitcoin transactions can be particularly tricky to handle - another reason why Oldenburg has decided to sell. This is due to the recording of all transactions on what is called the blockchain, a digital ledger of sorts reserved for bitcoin. And most people who've bought bitcoin, haven't come across this tricky sy Continue reading >>

Co-founder Of Bitcoin.com Cashes Out His Bitcoins For Bitcoin Cash

Co-founder Of Bitcoin.com Cashes Out His Bitcoins For Bitcoin Cash

Co-Founder of Bitcoin.com Cashes out his Bitcoins for Bitcoin Cash Co-Founder of Bitcoin.com Cashes out his Bitcoins for Bitcoin Cash Emil Oldenburg, the chief technology officer and co-founder of Bitcoin.com, recently traded in all his Bitcoins (BTC) to cash in on Bitcoin Cash (BCH), a spinoff cryptocurrency of the original Bitcoin. He reported in an interview with Swedish website Breakit that investing in Bitcoin now could be the most insecure investment type that a person could make and believes others will pull out after realizing the illiquidity of the market. An investment in bitcoin right now I would say is the riskiest investment you can make. It is an extremely high risk. I've actually sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash, he said. Because of certain drawbacks, like the high transaction fees and the long lead time to process transactions, Oldenburg doesnt believe BTC will be able to evolve to an everyday currency. In recent weeks, the average cost to complete a transaction has inflated from about US$6 to US$26! It costs a lot to transfer bitcoins to and from the stock exchanges," he said. "When I sold my bitcoin, I had to pay US$50 and wait 12 hours for the transaction to go through because of this. It's completely unreasonable." Oldenburg goes on to say that the reason why bitcoin holders dont know this is because most have only bought the cryptocurrency but have never sold or traded them. He claims: when people realize how bitcoin works, they will start to sell. Although bitcoins value has skyrocketed this year, it is because of the immense influx of users that has increased tension on the network that can only process a finite number of transactions per second. With a block size limit of 1Megabyte, BTC is sure to be no competition to B Continue reading >>

Another Paypal Co-founder Is Embracing Blockchain's 'seismic Shift'

Another Paypal Co-founder Is Embracing Blockchain's 'seismic Shift'

Another PayPal Co-Founder Is Embracing Blockchain's 'Seismic Shift' May 1, 2018 at 11:00 UTC|UpdatedMay 1, 2018 at 20:20 UTC Sharing economy startup Origin Protocol has tapped a PayPal co-founder and early YouTube employee as its latest hire. Yu Pan, who is also a former Google employee and the co-founder of Kiwi Crate, an educational subscription kit service for kids, is the company's newest research and development engineer, co-founder Josh Fraser told CoinDesk. His role will be to spearhead the research team as the startup continues to grow. As previously reported by CoinDesk, Origin's open source protocol facilitates the development of peer-to-peer decentralized marketplaces that eliminate what it describes as "rent-seeking middlemen" in other sharing economy services like Airbnb. Fraser also suggested that the hire has broader significance for the blockchain industry: "It's a promising sign for the entire ecosystem that people with this level of experience and talent are starting to work on blockchain related projects." Origin co-founder Matthew Liu, another early YouTube employee, approached Pan about the position, which will also be his first blockchain endeavor. Despite his recent entry into the space, Pan told CoinDesk that his decision to join Origin fits into his longstanding career interests. "During my career I've been oscillating between financial and media startups (with a dabble in kids creativity in between)," he said via email, adding that "for financial startups I've always looked for something that can create a seismic shift in the way commerce is done - I believe Origin Protocol can be one of those." Origin recently received a similarly strong endorsement from investors, announcing the conclusion of a $28.5 million SAFT sale in April. Notable parti Continue reading >>

Reddit Co-founder Defends Cryptocurrencies On The Late Show

Reddit Co-founder Defends Cryptocurrencies On The Late Show

Everyone seems to have a hot take on cryptocurrencies and their usefulness these days and the latest one to join the discussion is none other than Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. In an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbertlast night, Ohanian said he believes cryptocurrencies can be an effective tool in protecting your funds against hyperinflation. Colbert asked Ohanian about why he would prefer cryptocurrency over regular fiat currency. Cryptocurrencies are a fuel for a potentially new internet, Ohanian told Colbert. Things like Bitcoin and cryptocurrency are opportunity for us to have a store of valuethat is not backed by a single country. Ohanian went on to explain that cryptocurrency gives people the ability to control their own money without any fear of forceful government intervention especially in countries dealing with unstable political and economic predicaments. We sort of take it for granted the fact that we all have bank accounts, and we move money here and there, but for so many people in the world to have actually this security of knowing that what is yours is yours, because it is now digital, could be transferred with you wherever you are going, is actually pretty empowering. The Reddit co-founder also said that in spite of the highly volatile nature of cryptocurrencies Bitcoin can still offer more stability than the fiat currencies of countries struggling with hyperinflation. The idea of utilizing cryptocurrencies to fight hyperinflation has been explored in multiple countries including Zimbabwe, Venezuela, and Argentina. Many people turn to cryptocurrencies during hyperinflation in order to save themselves from losing their money, which sometimes even temporarily drives up the local buy price of the cryptocurrencies. Unfortuantely, this phen Continue reading >>

Price Of Bitcoin To Reach $20k In 2018, Says Reddit's Alexis Ohanian | Fortune

Price Of Bitcoin To Reach $20k In 2018, Says Reddit's Alexis Ohanian | Fortune

Update, May 3, 2018: Alexis Ohanian later amended his comments about the price of Ethereum, saying that he misspoke and meant to say that its price would reach $1,500 by years end. The text that follows reflects the article as originally published. While Bitcoin may be the poster child of cryptocurrencies, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian thinks the second most valuable cryptocurrency by market capitalization, Ethereum, will be the real winner. Im most bullish about Ethereum simply because people are actually building on it, Ohanian told Fortunes Term Sheet Tuesday . Ohanian has stepped back from Reddits day-to-day operations and now invests in firms including Coinbase via his venture capital firm, Initialized Capital. Because developers have found it challenging to create applications based on the Bitcoin blockchain, finding Ethereum more flexible , Ohanian says he sees the price of Ethereum rising faster than the price of Bitcoin this year. His prediction: While the price of Bitcoin will more than double by the end of the year, regaining its all-time high of $20,000, Ethereum will reach 21 times its current value hitting $15,000 by the end of 2018. Bitcoin now stands at about $9,100, while Ethereum is valued at about $690. [Note: After publication, Ohanian said he misspoke. He meant to say Ethereum will be at $1,500.] Developers have used Ethereum to create applications such as CryptoKitties, a blockchain-based game in which users breed virtual cats. Major firms including banking giant J.P. Morgan have also tested technology based on Ethereum . Ethereum does have its competitors though, when it comes to developers seeking blockchains upon which to build their own applications. Take, for example, Hyperledger, whose open-sourced blockchain framework Fabric underlies pr Continue reading >>

Paypal Co-founder Peter Thiel Calls Bitcoin Digital Gold : Bitcoin

Paypal Co-founder Peter Thiel Calls Bitcoin Digital Gold : Bitcoin

Do not use URL shortening services: always submit the real link. Begging/asking for bitcoins is absolutely not allowed, no matter how badly you need the bitcoins. Only requests for donations to large, recognized charities are allowed, and only if there is good reason to believe that the person accepting bitcoins on behalf of the charity is trustworthy. News articles that do not contain the word "Bitcoin" are usually off-topic. This subreddit is not about general financial news. Submissions that are mostly about some other cryptocurrency belong elsewhere. For example, /r/CryptoCurrency is a good place to discuss all cryptocurrencies. Promotion of client software which attempts to alter the Bitcoin protocol without overwhelming consensus is not permitted. Trades should usually not be advertised here. For example, submissions like "Buying 100 BTC" or "Selling my computer for bitcoins" do not belong here. /r/Bitcoin is primarily for news and discussion. Please avoid repetition /r/bitcoin is a subreddit devoted to new information and discussion about Bitcoin and its ecosystem. New merchants are welcome to announce their services for Bitcoin, but after those have been announced they are no longer news and should not be re-posted. Aside from new merchant announcements, those interested in advertising to our audience should consider Reddit's self-serve advertising system . Do not post your Bitcoin address unless someone explicitly asks you to. Be aware that Twitter, etc. is full of impersonation. Continue reading >>

Bitcoin - Wikipedia

Bitcoin - Wikipedia

Unspent outputs of transactions denominated in any multiple of satoshis [3] :ch. 5 12.5 bitcoins per block (approximately every ten minutes) until mid 2020, [7] and then afterwards 6.25 bitcoins per block for 4 years until next halving. This halving continues until 2110–40, when 21 million bitcoins will have been issued. ^ The symbol was encoded in Unicode version 10.0 at position U+20BF ₿ BITCOIN SIGN in the Currency Symbols block in June 2017. [2] Bitcoin is a worldwide cryptocurrency and digital payment system [8] :3 called the first decentralized digital currency , as the system works without a central repository or single administrator. [8] :1 [9] It was invented by an unknown person or group of people under the name Satoshi Nakamoto [10] and released as open-source software in 2009. [11] The system is peer-to-peer , and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. [8] :4 These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain . Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining . They can be exchanged for other currencies, [12] products, and services. As of February 2015, over 100,000 merchants and vendors accepted bitcoin as payment. [13] Bitcoin can also be held as an investment. According to research produced by Cambridge University in 2017, there are 2.9 to 5.8 million unique users using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin. [14] The word bitcoin first occurred and was defined in the white paper [15] that was published on 31 October 2008. [16] It is a compound of the words bit and coin . [17] The white paper frequently uses the shorter coin. [15] There is no uniform convention for bitcoin capitalization. Some sources use Bitcoin, capitalized, to Continue reading >>

Openbazaar Co-founder Expresses Frustration Over Btc Fees

Openbazaar Co-founder Expresses Frustration Over Btc Fees

Openbazaar Co-Founder Expresses Frustration Over BTC Fees The co-founder of Openbazaar, Washington Sanchez, has taken to Twitter to vent frustration with the high fees associated with BTC. Mr. Sanchez expressed regret for his previous BTC maximalism, and reinforced Openbazaars desire to place a greater emphasis on alternative cryptocurrencies. Also Read: Australia Cracks Down on Misleading and Deceptive Initial Coin Offerings Since 2014, Openbazaar has primarily facilitated payments on its platform in the form of bitcoin. In recent days, the companys co-founder has expressed frustration with the fees associated with BTC payments, and the process and outcome of the scaling debate surrounding bitcoin. I personally wasted so much time in the bitcoin scaling civil war that I could have used designing/building dapps and opening up Openbazaar to multiple currencies. Instead, we had to wait for fees [in BTC] to cripple any consumer usage before we woke up, Mr. Sanchez posted . The core lesson was to not let personal ideology interfere with designing what is best for open competition and experimentation within the marketplace, he added. Openbazaar is supposed to be a free and open protocol for trade using cryptocurrency, a way for currencies and tokens to gain meaningful economic utility to acquire goods and services, and an entry point for people to earn/onboard. This vision cannot be limited to a single coin, he concluded. Openbazaar to Introduce Suite of Altcoins Openbazaar has announced that it will move to support a wide range of altcoins, with Mr. Sanchez tweeting that With any luck, by the end of the year, [Openbazaar] will look radically different, with the platform hoping to support users ability to purchase/sell goods or services for BTC, BCH, LTC, ZEC, ETH, in addit Continue reading >>

Reddit Co-founder Says Ethereum Price Will Reach $15,000 This Year

Reddit Co-founder Says Ethereum Price Will Reach $15,000 This Year

Reddit Co-Founder Says Ethereum Price Will Reach $15,000 This Year Co-Founder turned venture capitalist Alexis Ohanian said that he predicts Ethereum will reach $15,000 this year. Alexis Ohanian, a co-founder of Reddit , said that he predicts the price of Ethereum ( ETH ) will reach $15,000 in 2018, Fortune reports May 2. Ohanian, who now works full-time at a venture capital (VC) firm Initialized Capital, said in an interview, At the end of the year, Bitcoin will be at $20,000. And Ethereum will be at $15,000. Great, now people can call me out if Im wrong. He said that hes bullish on ETH because people are actually building on it. Should Ohanians prediction prove true, the ETH market cap would soar from $67 bln to nearly $2.5 trln, while Bitcoin would recover to last years record high price and market cap of $340 bln. Ohanians firm Initialized Capital has more than $250 mln assets under management and has invested in major cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase . Ohanian said in the interview that investing in emerging and innovative technology is a priority for the company. He added that blockchain , while promising, will require one to two years to reach its true potential: This year, its all about blockchain. Most of it is just hype and BS, just like how it was with [artificial intelligence] and [machine learning]. Most of the really vital, protocol-level, basic infrastructure around software and blockchain will need to get built in the next year or two for us to really see the Web 3.0 were really hoping for... These are the types of things I think will build the foundation for a very different, much better Internet. Ohanian sold Reddit to publishing house Conde Nast in 2006 for an undisclosed figure between $10 and $20 mln. In April, CEO of independent financial consulti Continue reading >>

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