Last week, users of Reddit.com were particularly active. Either these rate rollercoaster were so influenced, or the interesting topics were added — the Finrazor team conducted an investigation. And here you are:
- Coinbase Will Soon Sell Bitcoin Cash To The Japanese! Does that also mean that Japanese users who held BTC on Coinbase at the time of the fork will be granted access to their BCH?
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A funny picture precedes this phrase, and this meme pulled just a blast from the discussions. To speculate about the importance of money in our life and how much the сryptocurrencies can compete with them — you can just here.
- VC Firm Andreessen Horowitz Launches $300 Million Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Fund. The article states: ‘Although the Bitcoin whitepaper is now almost 10 years old, we believe we are still early in the crypto movement. The infrastructure needs to be improved and the applications are difficult for non-early adopters to use […] the space is developing extremely rapidly, partly because the code, data, and knowledge is largely open source, and partly because of the increasing inflow of talent.’ So… What would be our basis of adoption? Market cap vs gold market cap? Total transactions? If either one of those, care to take a stab at what percentage we were at in December?
- What Crypto Should Be Used For. In principle, our common basic question, and this topic is the development of one of the versions.