Shame on you Binance for not changing the ticker symbol for Bitcoin Cash from BCC to BCH. It's been a year now and yet nothing happens. BCH is #4 total market cap. What are your reasons for leaving it as BCC?
Shame on you Binance for not changing the ticker symbol for Bitcoin Cash from BCC to BCH. It's been a year now and yet nothing happens. BCH is #4 total market cap and this alone should be enough reason to list it with its correct ticker which is BCH. There's already a lot of confusion regarding the BTC and BCH. Naming BCH as BCC just creates more for newcomers. Binance what are your reasons for leaving it as BCC? Jager_Binance
Thought experiment: what happens to Bitcoin market cap if mBTC is the base unit (1 mBTC = $13.08)?
I've recently been thinking that a lot of the price action has been driven by new market entrants feeling 'priced out' of BTC – meaning they feel that if they can't afford a 1 btc, why bother. That has driven a lot cheaper, less fundamentally promising (imo) coins to insane levels. If exchanges moved to mBTC as the base unit, do you think Bitcoin market cap would explode and accelerate adoption? Or do you think this has nothing to do with it, people genuinely believe in the underlying tech of other coins.
Bitcoin users are speaking out, and they want bigger blocks. Compare these 2 OPs: r\bitcoin: "Full blocks DO NOT matter, what matters is transaction fees" (100 upvotes) vs r/btc: "Capacity problems can't be fixed with a 'fee market'; they can only be fixed by raising the blocksize cap" (200 upvotes)
If the voting and comments on these 2 threads are any indication, then it looks liketwice as many Bitcoin users want bigger blocks. Here's the thread on r\bitcoin, with only around 100 upvotes:
Why all the disinformation? Full blocks DO NOT matter, what matters is transaction fees. Currently $0.05
REPOST from 12/2015: "If there are only 20 seats on the bus and 25 people that want to ride, there is no ticket price where everyone gets a seat. Capacity problems can't be fixed with a 'fee market'; they are fixed by adding seats, which in this case means raising the blocksize cap." – Vibr8gKiwi
Tests have shown we can have larger but not too large blocks with little to no problem, 2 MB would be fine. However the Core client devs have stated they don't want to succumb to community pressure and raise the size as they would have to do it again later.
All the big exchanges are already moving to start accepting alt-coins, it's only a matter of time before the rest of the infrastructure catches up. The idea that allowing more transactions to occur on the bitcoin network will somehow create a bigger centralization problem than we already have with Chinese miners is laughable. If anything, bigger blocks will create a more decentralized network by encouraging mining operations to pop up outside the Great Firewall.
What about the transactions that still can't fit in the block? There is still a bidding war for fees and transaction times are still going up for those who don't bid high enough. That is not good for bitcoin. I serve a lot of customers on paxful/localbitcoins and the vast majority of these people have no idea what is going on. There is no need for a fee market right now.
Can't stand this ridiculous line of thinking, not worth even rebutting it anymore. If miners dont want to do anything about it then maybe it's simply impossible to hardfork Bitcoin at this point, in which case another coin will take over.
Bitcoin is young, just slowly building its network effect. Now it has stopped growing. It is no longer usable as a payment network. People are fleeing, with their money, to alt-coins. The cast of characters who are now acting as the controllers of bitcoin are social misfits who are creating a crisis due to their inability to communicate in a mature and professional way.
Ethereum also has an adaptive gas limit (the Ethereum equivalent of a block size limit), which eliminates the need for a block size debate. With Ethereum, if demand increases, then block sizes increase, and it's up to full node operators to upgrade their hardware to keep up with it.
02-19 02:44 - 'Finally bitcoin has woken up. But the real excitement coming up is to see what Tronix does! If we go bull I think Trx will be the first to overtake BTC in market cap. Mark my words.' by /u/trx_maximalist removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min
[Brainstorm] 1000x Growth Challenges: What problems will the Bitcoin system, including its infrastructure, encounter when the market cap is 1,000 times higher?
In order to be stable and useful for many of its anticipated mainstream purposes, Bitcoin's market cap would have to increase by several orders of magnitude. This has led investors and non-investors alike to hope for higher BTC prices. However, we got more than we bargained for as the infrastructure buckled under its meteoric rise over the past few weeks. Apparently not enough people anticipated the exchanges as weak links. I think we got off easy this time, with merely a price drop and moderate reputational damage. It could have been much worse. If Bitcoin is to continue to grow and achieve success in the coming decade, it will likely do so at a rate that - while not as fast as the recent run-up - will nonetheless be stupendously speedy by conventional standards. It is easy to predict that the exchanges (at least one in particular) will have trouble scaling at the required rate, but what other hidden threats might await Bitcoin, its developers, users, merchants, website operators, exchanges, and other infrastucture as we head toward a $1 trillion market cap? Inspired by this thread on Bitcointalk.
Shame on you Binance for not changing the ticker symbol for Bitcoin Cash from BCC to BCH. It's been a year now and yet nothing happens. BCH is #4 total market cap. What are your reasons for leaving it as BCC? /r/btc
Monero: Secretly The Second Best Crypto? | Crypto Insider Bitcoin is the top choice, in terms of market cap, sentiment, history, and mainstream interest. But what's number two? Could it be Monero (XMR)?
Just a few days ago, CNBC "buried" Bitcoin deciding that the crypto story is over with the market cap falling three times since January. But let's take a step back and try to see a bigger picture. What happened, and what should we expect next?
What would the market cap be for a bitcoin to be 1 million dollars per coin? I remember seeing something on the net that BTC could reach a million. Is that possible? Another thing, I have BTC but where is the market? No where in NYC can I use btc? I have better chance using Apple Pay.
What happens to the price of Bitcoin if Ripple market cap is n.o 1
There's obviously a lot of irrational hype with regards to Ripple. I was amused watching the CEO of Ripple being interviewed talking about how it is decentralised. 60% of the token is owned by the central authority. But what would happen to the BTC price if Ripple takes over n.o 1 position? What is your price estimation. thanks
New to crypto currencies. From what I see it, Bitcoin was the first crypto. Litecoin, the biggest altcoin (in market cap). Now I wanna know more about Proof of Stake coins. What is the deal with Reddcoin?
So I get that bitcoin was the first crypto and Litecoin was the first alternative crypto. I came here to know more about Proof of Stake coins. What are the differences between the other mining algos and his one in particular?
Question: Whats the correlation between the market cap and the amount of new money entering bitcoin? Is there a way to work this out?
For instance, how much new money has to enter the market for the market cap to rise by $1B? I understand that market cap = price x supply And that the price is set by whatever rate traders are happy to buy and sell at. And that the the price they are happy to trade at is connected to the supply and demand (number of people wanting to buy versus the number wanting to sell). Therefore, in general, the price will go up as more money enters the market. Is there a metric that can tie these things together? I realize there is not a direct correlation (the market could suddenly decide that a bitcoin is worth $10k without money entering or leaving the exchange) but there must be some kind of trend. Just trying to clear this up because I think there is a common misconception that when the market cap rises by $1B it means that $1B of money came in from elsewhere.
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