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Is Bitcoin similar to stock-trading?

I know very little about Bitcoin.
I know it's been around a long time. And I always assumed I missed the boat. Data-mining sounds utterly pointless for the average person. And whether or not buying Bitcoin is a good idea seems to vary depending on who I talk to.
I'm more than happy to just invest my money on the stock-market (in familiar waters). But is it recommended that I diversify into Bitcoin investment too?... Or has that ship sailed a long time ago.
Most people speak skeptically when I talk to them. But I also see a fair few people truly believe Bitcoin is about to skyrocket.

Is it worth me jumping in or is it mostly just a load of BS for people in 2020 looking to invest?...
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Estadísticas sugieren que una tendencia alcista de Bitcoin similar a la de 2017 ha comenzado

Estadísticas sugieren que una tendencia alcista de Bitcoin similar a la de 2017 ha comenzado submitted by raaner12 to CryptoMonedas [link] [comments]

Is Bitcoin similar to stock-trading? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Former IMF Chief Economist Says Bitcoin Similar to Gold, Predicts Digital Assets Will Transform ... (current BTC/USD price is $11,667.89)

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The kind of people who called the Internet a fad in the 90’s are calling Bitcoin similar or worse today. Totally ignorant of the technology and why it’s revolutionary. Bitcoin will make the world better and that is a genie that can’t be rebottled.

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Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis submitted by paulemmanuelng to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis submitted by paulemmanuelng to CryptoCurrencyTrading [link] [comments]

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis submitted by paulemmanuelng to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis

Analysts point towards Gold-Bitcoin similarity as markets undergo Liquidity crisis submitted by paulemmanuelng to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

If you outlaw Bitcoin, then you will create a war on Bitcoin, similar to the war on drugs. We have to convince people that black-markets are not the way forward. We have to give people their liberty back.

When I see guys like Andrew Ross Sorkin say stuff like "well what if they make it so Coinbase can't accept dollars", the response has to be "then you want to drive Bitcoin into a black market similar to drugs now or alcohol in the prohibition era.
If the government wants another war on drugs, that's fine. I for one am ready to protest and advocate our rights for the Freedom to Choose our Money.
If we have to March on Washington then so be it. We all remember the principles of civil disobedience. The lessons of Thoreau, Gandhi, and MLK cannot be forgotten.
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The kind of people who called the Internet a fad in the 90’s are calling Bitcoin similar or worse today. Totally ignorant of the technology and why it’s revolutionary. Bitcoin will make the world better and that is a genie that can’t be rebottled.

The kind of people who called the Internet a fad in the 90’s are calling Bitcoin similar or worse today. Totally ignorant of the technology and why it’s revolutionary. Bitcoin will make the world better and that is a genie that can’t be rebottled. submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

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How anyone can go about selling something for Bitcoin. Similar to eBay

How anyone can go about selling something for Bitcoin. Similar to eBay submitted by ella11price to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin similar system?

Hey Guys, I want fo make a new Finacial System like Bitcoin (not really like Bitcoin just a new System like... bitcoin). But I'm not really sure what it should be? HOW SHOULD A PERFECT FINANCIAL SYSTEM BE??? I would really like it I we can discuss about this here
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How is bitcoin similar to, or dissimilar from, the invention of the internet?

People promoting bitcoin frequently say "it's just like the internet was; it seemed complex and took a while to catch on. But look at the internet now!"
Obviously, all analogies break down at some point. But my trouble with this analogy is I've never seen anyone actually explain how the two inventions are similar in a meaningful way, and why what happened with the adoption of the internet is likely to happen to bitcoin.
What do you all think? Is the invention of the internet really a valid comparison? What exactly are the analogies and dis-analogies between them?
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Question about bitcoins: is mining bitcoins similar to finding prime numbers, or ACTUALLY finding prime numbers? and each block needs a ton of power to compute, do you think there exists alternative pathways to the solution that would use less computing power? Like /r/Bitcoin

Question about bitcoins: is mining bitcoins similar to finding prime numbers, or ACTUALLY finding prime numbers? and each block needs a ton of power to compute, do you think there exists alternative pathways to the solution that would use less computing power? Like /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

In terms of price speculation, an upcoming fork in Bitcoin similar to ETH/ETC, would probably result in a price rise, as investors would want to be in on both chains

I believe a split would result in a combined market cap greater than the original market cap. And I think investors would pile in before the fork occurred to make sure they got their tokens on both chains. This will also cause a mass exodus from exchanges as people want to make sure they secure their coins on both chains and don't lose them like what happened on btc-e for ETC, or the delays coinbase had in giving the ETC back.
What do you all think? Will it create a price rise event, or would the uncertainty outweigh the potential gains?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Similarity between bitcoin and petrodollar

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Hey so I am looking to write an article on this topic and I wanted the mass opinions on this subject. I can't help but see a lot of resemblance to bitcoin being used as a de facto proxy to purchase altcoins on exchanges like bittrex and binance. I know that USDT and Tether we're "suppose" to be the workaround for this, but in reality, if we could use fiat currency directly instead of bitcoin then would that spell bad news for bitcoin?
To point out where I am seeing this connection I'll quote an article from Investopedia "Since the most sought after commodity in the world--oil--is priced in U.S. dollars, the petrodollar helped elevated the greenback as the world's dominant currency. In fact, according to the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) triennial survey, 87 percent of all foreign exchanges deals initiated in April 2013, involved the USD on one side. With this status, the U.S. dollar was able to enjoy, what some have asserted to be an "exorbitant privilege" of perpetually financing its current account deficit by issuing dollar denominated assets at very low rates of interest, as well as, becoming a global economic hegemony."
I am by no means new to crypto, but I am curious how well I understand bitcoin. I might be completely off on my observation.
https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2018/02/bittrex-start-accepting-usd-deposits/
https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/petrodollars.asp
Originally submitted here, but I realized I was asking the wrong group.
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In terms of price speculation, an upcoming fork in Bitcoin similar to ETH/ETC, would probably result in a price rise, as investors would want to be in on both chains /r/btc

In terms of price speculation, an upcoming fork in Bitcoin similar to ETH/ETC, would probably result in a price rise, as investors would want to be in on both chains /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

New Crypto-Currencies Besides the Bitcoin? [Similar Websites]

New Crypto-Currencies Besides the Bitcoin? [Similar Websites] submitted by designbox to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Do you think that governments will have Bitcoin reserves similar to Gold in the future?

So, as the title says above, do you think that governments will hold Bitcoin similar to how they hold Gold in the future? In the beginning, Bitcoin was mostly bought by individuals and now companies are buying in. Do you think governments will be next? The amount of money they could bring would be tremendous as national governments are in general, an order of magnitude larger than corporations. Bitcoin could fill a similar role to gold as it will likely become more stable in the future. Do you think this is likely to happen? Why or why not?
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JPMorgan believes more payment companies will enable bitcoin purchases similar to Square's Cash App

JPMorgan believes more payment companies will enable bitcoin purchases similar to Square's Cash App submitted by ch0s3n0n3 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

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