With only about 13 million Bitcoins in circulation and the final number capped at 21 million, the supply is too limited for them to serve as a viable currency. . . . There will always be a place for Bitcoin and its ilk somewhere in the bowels of the Internet, but the cryptocurrency will never challenge the dollar as a medium of exchange.
Latest posts by Jordan Tuwiner (see all)
- “Bitcoin Is Declining, but Is It Dead?” – Government Technology | $236.61 - September 21, 2015
- “Distributed Ledgers Part I – Bitcoin is dead” – Pascal Bouvier | $281.47 - August 4, 2015
- “Bitcoin isn’t the future of money — it’s either a Ponzi scheme or a pyramid scheme” – Washington Post | $236.73 - June 8, 2015