I can scare you even further. The International Monetary Fund has its' own crypto currency. It's called the SDR. Special Drawing Rights. I suspect the basic scam is to get China to be left holding the bag as it collapses, as China buys them up from whomever the IMF gives them out to. China has some gold in their national reserve, but also some U.S. Treasury bonds as well as the SDRs. So an international monetary crisis much as 2008 is really gotta nail them, eh? But it turns out that the richer people in China own 4 times as much gold as their government, in fact they own more than the United States government or all the Eurozone governments. . . .
That would be awesome for mining Monero or any other cryptonote based coin.
I'm in my mid 30's.. If i can understand this in a few months of reading every day, you should be able to as well
If you really want to do that to yourself, you can learn all about Bitcoin. So would you rather be taught by Princeton? https://www.coursera.org/learn/cryptocu ... ion=enroll Or by actual Bitcoin fraudsters? https://www.coursera.org/learn/ibm-bloc ... developers They're both free if you just want to audit, but if you want a final grade and a certificate to use it on you resume that'll cost you.
As it gets distributed to many more people it will be harder to manipulate.Dauntless wrote: ↑May 29 2018 2:37pmBitcoin price manipulated? Why do you need to ask? Is there a currency today that is NOT manipulated?
https://www.forbes.com/sites/petertchir ... a5b6d72be9
https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestech ... 0894884f1f
A bicycle manufacturer based in Twickenham, UK, has developed an electric bicycle that generates cryptocurrency while you ride it.
The digital e-bike, dubbed the TOBA, is ready for release next month and 50cycles has published some promotional photographs of it ahead of the launch. The company is the first to create a concept of this nature, morphing the world of cryptocurrency into the health and fitness industry.
50cycles already accepts cryptocurrency payment for retail products at its store and hopes the TOBA bicycles will get more people interested in the digital assets market. For every 1000 miles pedaled, users will generate 10 ‘TOBA Tokens’ (approximately £20). TOBA Tokens are the companies own cryptocurrency which is based on NEM blockchain technology.
TOBA Tokens can be traded for Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), NEM and Digibytes (DGB) or redeemed for goods at a number of participating outlets in the UK. Customers receive a free TOBA wallet and mobile app which communicates with the bicycle in order to monitor usage and generate currency.
The system works like a rewards incentives plan, earning users income while also promoting eco-friendly transport and healthy living. Furthermore, crypto-enthusiasts who choose to purchase a TOBA bicycle using cryptocurrency will receive a £150 discount.
The concept represents exactly the type of innovative developments that are necessary for accelerating mainstream cryptocurrency adoption.