Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od Velja » 21 Feb 2018, 08:42

Eto, ako ne verujete Blicu ...

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Post od Dani » 21 Feb 2018, 12:05

Kakve veze ima to sa Blicom?

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od grujicd » 21 Feb 2018, 12:20

Još gore, ovo piše hedž fond menadžer, a oni su tek poznati po mazanju klijenata.

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od Ji 4Tze » 21 Feb 2018, 21:20

Kasno uleteli pa kukaju :) ali samo potvrđuju činjenicu.
Odavno se priča da je velik bubble u pitanju.
Iskusniji kažu da je realan market cap nekih 100 puta manji nego ovaj što se računa po raznim portalima... Sad, s tim u vidu, taj bubble i nije nešto obzirom na ove ostale u zadnjih nekoliko decenija. Pogotovo zbog inflacije.
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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od Geza » 26 Apr 2018, 00:16

Bitcoin gobbles up clean energy — just when the real world needs it most
https://grist.org/article/bitcoin-gobbl ... ign=buffer

One of the biggest near-term threats to our clean energy future doesn’t even physically exist — but the danger is increasingly very real.

The stupendous growth of the virtual currency Bitcoin is creating real-world consequences. Massive number-crunching computer facilities for mining Bitcoin have popped up in parts of the planet where renewable electricity comes especially cheap. And now it looks like this mining is starting to siphon green energy away from everybody else.

Bitcoin is the best known of countless “cryptocurrencies,” which promise direct, secure financial transactions that don’t require any banks. Since its birth nearly ten years ago, the virtual currency has exploded in popularity. Bitcoin used to be popular for money laundering and drug deals; now it’s accepted at Subway restaurants.

To maintain security as its network grows, the math problems that Bitcoin “miners” must solve are getting ever more difficult. That requires a constant supply of additional computing power, which requires a constant supply of additional electricity. One Bitcoin transaction uses as much energy as a single U.S. household consumes in three weeks, and there are nearly 200,000 transactions around the world every day. In total, Bitcoin now consumes about as much energy as Portugal.

And it’s about to get much, much worse than that. A couple of months ago, I wrote that Bitcoin mining’s rapid growth was unsustainable, because the electricity required to feed it would overtake the supply. In Iceland, that’s starting to happen.

“We are spending tens or maybe hundreds of megawatts on producing something that has no tangible existence and no real use for humans outside the realm of financial speculation,”Smári McCarthy, an Icelandic member of parliament recently told the Associated Press. “That can’t be good.”

Iceland is home to one of the planet’s best natural sources of carbon-free power, thanks to its location: smack atop a hydropower-geothermal geographical oddity.

Corporate giants have taken notice. About 10 years ago, Alcoa, the world’s largest aluminum company, built Iceland’s largest hydroelectricity dam in the middle of one of Europe’s largest wildernesses to capture runoff from Europe’s largest glacier. Smelting aluminum is a particularly energy intensive endeavor, and Iceland’s vast renewable energy resources makes its electricity prices among the lowest in the world.

It’s easy to argue that converting unspoiled wilderness into aluminum is a bad idea. But what about when that power is used to produce a virtual currency? At the end of the day, at least aluminum has real-world value.

Some leading experts believe that the virtual currency could grow in value tenfold by the end of the year — which would, astonishingly, mark a slowdown in growth after its nearly 1,400 percent rise last year.

Speculative bubbles bring out the gamblers. And the promise of turning big payoffs from buying Bitcoin into real-world cash has created a technological arms race among currency miners, a shortage of computers for scientists, and that, in sum, is worse for the environment than gold mining. Worst of all, it’s squandering the world’s renewable energy resources, and not just in Iceland.

After a crackdown on Bitcoin miners in China, they’re hunting for new homes in places where green energy is plentiful and cheap, such as rural Washington state, Paraguay, and Eastern Europe. In hydropower-heavy Quebec, utilities are turning down dozens of requests per day from cryptocurrency miners to set up shop, because there just isn’t enough electricity to go around.

To be sure, there are Bitcoin enthusiasts who argue that this cryptocurrency-imposed shortage of renewable energy could turn out to be a good thing, spurring further growth in renewables at a time when its sorely needed. There’s a small solar-powered crypto-mining operation already up and running in sunny Western Australia, and Europe’s largest utility is preparing plans to cater specifically to miners seeking cheap renewable energy. But the reality is that more dams, wind turbines, and geothermal plants simply can’t be built fast enough to keep up.

This time next year, Bitcoin’s worldwide operations are expected to consume about as much electricity as Sweden, more than twice what they consume today. And in the meantime, our hopes of a low carbon economy are slipping further away.
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Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od Laki021 » 24 Jun 2018, 10:33

Dusan je napisao:Bitcoin u konstantnom rastu od pocetka Februara, danas presao vrednost od 10k prema USD.
Nema updatea odavno.
Kako napreduje ovo, jel nastavljen konstantan rast i u drugoj polovini Februara, u narednim mesecima?
Jel probio 20k ili 50k do sada?

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od Mr.Rotor » 24 Jun 2018, 14:24

Hahaha

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od nikaragva » 24 Jun 2018, 16:04

Neki carevi ovde su ga kupili po 18k, misleci da ce biti uskoro 100k :)

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od shandu90 » 24 Jun 2018, 16:38

Kad su alavi. Tad ko je prodao, odlicno je prosao. To se vise nikad nece ponoviti.

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Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od milospinkfloyd » 29 Jun 2018, 06:12

Odakle bilo kome i jedan argument da ce se to ponoviti ili da nece? Zivim od bitkoina ne zaradjijem prebijenog dinara van toga ali odakle ljudima ovakve pretpostavke ja ne znam. Ili ja sam ja kreten. Generalno ne ucestvujem u diskusijama vezanim za kriptovalute jer neznanje je vise nego zastupljeno ali mi nije jasno odakle predvidjanja da ce BTC pasti ili da ce se dici. Aj predvidjanja i razumem ali tvrdnje nikako :D

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od trojanac » 29 Jun 2018, 09:11

Pitaš to u zemlji gde su svi fudbalski selektori i znaju bolje posao od svakoga. :D
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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od shandu90 » 29 Jun 2018, 22:59

Pa dobro, pokazace vreme.

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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od Geza » 24 Jul 2018, 16:00

Jagma za Bitcoin novčićima - vrednost vrtoglava
Autor: MONDO/Agencije

Bitkoin (Bitcoin) je skočio na 8.130 dolara na luksemburškoj berzi Bitstamp, što je najveći nivo od 22. maja, a skok su registrovale i cene drugih digitalnih valuta, prenosi Rojters.

Najnovije spekulacije o predstojećem "zelenom svetlu" SAD za fondove berzanskog indeksa kriptovaluta (ETF) pomogle se podsticanju tražnje za tim valutama, kao i komentar izvršnog direktora Blek Roka, Larija Finka, da ta najveća svetska investiciona kompanija razmišlja o "ulasku" u kriptovalute.

Nakon što se približio rekordnom nivou od 20.000 dolara u decembru prošle godine, bitkoin je izgubio više od polovine svoje vrednosti u 2018. godini.
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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od trojanac » 04 Nov 2019, 07:09

Jel kupuje neko Libru?
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Re: Kriptovalute (Bitcoin)

Post od nikaragva » 04 Nov 2019, 15:21

Lanciu?

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