https://cryptowat.ch/assets/btc : just set the graph to 1Year and you can see a 'floor'.. well above $1,000 and $10,000, but it hasn't reached $100,000 [yet] so you could be more bullish than the consensus at this stage.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... rency.htmlThe Britcoin revolution! Rishi Sunak plans to introduce official digital currency to rival cash in 'biggest upheaval in the monetary system for centuries'
I find Bitcoin inherent problematic in a number of ways
you're spouting, but from a position of ignorance re all three points i'm afraid pab.
CBDCs are coming, across the world, and they're going to change our lives: in some ways some of us will really like, and in others that some of us will passionately dislike. the efficiency, if used well, could be great for our public services, benefits, targeting support to those that really need it - if the government had had the tools they'll have in place when our first lock down was introduced, for example.
between cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and CBDCs? if so, not a chance, you're not even close again.
"Elon Musk: CO2 saint or sinner?"TARA SHIRVANI: With 70% of global Bitcoin production being positioned in China, where the grid is very much relying on dirty coal, the production of bitcoins, in itself, produces as much CO2 as a small country.
HANNAH MURPHY: And compare it, for example to Visa. Each Bitcoin transaction uses the same amount of power as 436,000 Visa transactions. So it's hardly environmentally friendly.
Not sure what you mean. CBDCs are, well, backed by central banks and so if they ever come to anything will be a different beast from crypto that is backed by.. err... nothing.
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