Breaking News and Opinion will be here. News and Opinions about money and how they impact your bottom life.
The announcement from Chinese Central Bank, banning Crypto currencies will not spell the end nor doom for Crypto and digital currencies. The “Ban” will surely slow down global acceptance, especially in developing nations, but give it a few weeks, and companies will find ways to skirt the “ban”.

The ban is however in line with my earlier take on a Thread we did just few weeks ago. Though I don’t believe a “ban” is necessary nor is it sustainable, I am of the opinion, what we are seeing is as I stated in that Thread; a beginning of governmental interventions and regulation of Crypto currencies.
No matter what side of the fence you sit on, you will agree that some form of regulation is necessary and needed at this early stages.

The idea of anyone with the know-how and resources, being able to print their own “money”, is not a very good one. Such a scenario, will, if allowed to reign as is, destabilize global financial systems, leading to massive global instability.
I have long been of the opinion that, Bitcoin and other digital currencies that anyone can mint in their own closets and bedrooms, will never replace Fiat money issued by governments.

What I see eventually emerging is that, Bitcoin and other digital currencies will emerge as an Asset class, just as Gold and Silver did. The underlaying asset class can then be acquired with a regulated Fiat Money.
In this scenario, both Bitcoins and other digital currencies can exist in parallel with Fiat money.

The notion that these digital assets will eventually replace Fiat and regulated money has never been plausible to me. Then again, I am often reminded of the saying, “Never say Never”; but Time will tell.
Full disclosure – I own Digital assets in my portfolio.
New research shows that China's Bitcoin ban has sent the process of creating new coins, known as mining, to countries where it uses far less renewable energy. As a subscriber , you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share.Cryptocurrency was accepted as 192.168.l.254 payment for services as early as 2013. China continuously banned specific cryptocurrency actions until all transactions were prohibited. The Chinese government is developing a digital currency that will be pegged to its currency, the Renminbi.The researchers identified 19 different types of attacks that the Chinese mining pools are currently capable of. One such attack, called a Goldfinger attack, researchers say could destroy Bitcoin.Since we know that fiat money is controlled by governments and banks, who controls Bitcoin is the next question. This is simply answered through its decentralized nature: nobody and everybody at the same time. There is no authority that makes... - best crypto pumps on teleg[…]

Troubleshoot the causes and f[…]

you can check your last login from your RFCP, if y[…]

What is Investing?

When posting items for sale, please create a NEW P[…]

The only sermon here is how to make money