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M3DL3Y 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

I refuse to participate in the current financial system any longer

Fernando Furtado Coelho 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

I thought The Economist was independent. This is simply negative propaganda.

Baantje 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Matthieu Favas,
do lightning ring a bell?
poorly informed wat is goin on today 12 jun 2021

IndustrialBonecraft 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Banker Gammons are scared of their inevitable obsolescence. Amusing.

Michał Wróbel 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

This is one of the worst coverages I’ve ever seen you do

Rafa marquez fornet 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

So Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are useless but central banks are looking to create their own cryptocurrencies.

Dave Murphy 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Ban McDonalds. Surely obesity harms more people?

Vayne 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Don't trust any trashtube channel that has over about 100k Subscribers. 99.99% of them are sell out channels to form an agenda. Bowing down to Trashtube and giving misinformation in every subject out there and silencing those that speak the truth about ANYTHING.

Jan Liekmann 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Because everyone has invested everyone is so eager for it to succeed :))

Laurie Dunn 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

“Digital casino, too volatile to be trusted” eh. “Volatility” because it’s a nascent asset class. “Trusted” – the whole stinking can of worms that is the existing monetary system is our alternative. Bitcoin network, based on blockchain, is a “trustless” system. Good luck getting anything like this out of fiat and the coming CBDCs

Tech Hub 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Plz make videos with the aspect ratio 20:9

Ink Kin 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Blockchain is the future, Bitcoin is already obsolete. Invest in Elrond eGLD to be part of the blockchain revolution.

Kade 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

We should trust the central banks that print money out of thin air and depreciate the value of the US Dollar by almost 100% since it's creation.

Matt Bradley 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Understand it before you make a documentary about it. Grouping together a string of contraversial media narratives is not conducive to education. Very disappointing from a media outlet calling itself The "Economist".

Magneto Jones 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

If you live in a stable democracy with a stable financial system, Bitcoin might seem foolish and unnecessary. But for the billions of people who live under authoritarian regimes or don’t have access to global financial markets, it will be life changing.

Jery Grey 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

I hope that Bitcoin's price will grow more and more every year. I will hold it in my Ownr wallet until it reaches at least 100k

Goldenpill 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

The financial system we have now is the one creating very few winners and lots of losers. We need something new, something decentralised. I opt in for Bitcoin. The amount of misinformation in this video is a bit sad. Someone should lose their job.

Rick L 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Just another pump and dump and then pump and dump the next bitcoin coin. It's just a piece of code that can be hacked, cracked or thrashed. USDC and others will crash bitcoin hard so look out for one hell of a crash. Would you rather have a decentralized digital currency that does not provide any interest or insurance if lost,stolen or destroyed or a Central bank Digital currency that does? But it has a limited amount of coins at 21 million, so what the next coin has a limit to and then the next and then the next to infinity. Some say but they have a special network, so what last time I checked anyone can make yet another owe so special network anytime they want. A digital scam for the digital age!

Robbie Stainton 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

The Economist, you have failed to give Bitcoin a fair shake.

You ignored the lightning network, which is designed for instant transaction speeds, and is what is primarily used in El Salvador.
The same regurgitated "it's a bubble narrative". 12 years later and Bitcoin is still growing at an exponential rate. Maybe there's something here?
You really think central banks don't cause big problems in the world?
Maybe those could problems could be considered here. Inflation? No?
It gives the ability for the unbanked to have access to a new financial system, which central banks have failed to do for so much of humanity.
It is shameful that such a "reputable" news source could not do proper research or present a fair argument. It would take a few minutes of google to find that information.
I could go on, but you probably won't read this comment or consider it anyways.
Dislike from me.

Hussian Salam 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

I want to wake up one morning and find out that my account is $1,578,889.00. I know it’s possible.

Jonathon Johnson 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Wasnt bitcoin made to make anonymous transactions for illegal trade? Also what happened to the child abuse imagery found within bitcoins blockchain that the gaurdian reported on in the past?

Jules Biafore 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

If the economist had a newspaper it’d be great toilet paper, do they?

Sinu Teisik 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

On Bitcoins energy consumption: How much energy and resources are right now going into war industry, which is funded by fiat money printing?

Joe Schebler 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Smart money is running from fiat and embracing crypto's

David Royl 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Please sell your BTC so that I can buy more.

Hubert Schulz 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Bitcoin and binary investment seems and has proven to be the best way to attain financial freedom 2021

Christian Hess Araya 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

I never expected such a dishonest and one-sided analysis by The Economist, no less. Disappointing. Subscription canceled.

Abu al-Sous 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

why google inserted 5 commercials… in a 10 minutes video?

Silin Meng 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

The volatility of Bitcoin is just temporary. Once the world accepts it and understand it, the volatility will be gone, just like gold.

Silin Meng 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

bitcoin is not money. And it never wanted to be. Bitcoin is asset, a replacement of gold. Because it’s absolutely scarce.

BTC Berg 09/03/2022 - 3:11 Chiều

Given that a bitcoin currently cost $36,597, there are only enough bitcoins for every person to have $88.72 worth. If bitcoins were distributed using the current global distribution of wealth, 99.9% of people would have $16.87 worth of bitcoins, and people in the top .001% would have 0.73 bitcoins each. WITH THAT BEING SAID ITS TOO RISKY NOT TO OWN ANY AND EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST 1% OF THERE


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