The memery and shilling is just at fucking retarded levels, the joke was funny at first but now its just retarded.
Or are these people just trying to get luck on a pump and dump
people are trying so hard to make yeeezy money right now, look up adidas, sponsored, god bless papa john.
me make money with sell buy coins, it so yeezy! everyone is driven by their own fantasy of being better then others.
also, pump it up shake it down! *itsasongithink*
Literally every thread, no matter what the topic, some faggot drops in and mentions etherium.
Maybe because /biz/ is such a slow board it is easier to shill to hell. I could probably get post in every single thread if I only checked in once every 2-3 hours
>It's used all over the world desu.
In what context though, /biz/ users are all over the world and therefore making your argument true but not very informative.
In real world application, even btc isnt developed enough to live off.
>I honestly don't understand what >>1063353 is saying.
Like he said, literally every thread has been spammed with etherium shills, I was in a fucking ASX/NZX thread a couple of other days ago for god sake and it was even being shilled there [its hard for oceania to get ahold of poocoins]
>and therefore making your argument true but not very informative
What I mean is Bitcoin does have a lot of value because companies all over the world accept it.
>Like he said, literally every thread has been spammed with etherium shills, I was in a fucking ASX/NZX thread a couple of other days ago for god sake and it was even being shilled there [its hard for oceania to get ahold of poocoins]
Ah, thanks for clearing that up. Maybe I need another cup of coffee.
>What I mean is Bitcoin does have a lot of value because companies all over the world accept it.
Seriously? can you give me a few examples. Not too interested in the smaller companies if its the case
Thats surprising there are some big name companies there like microsoft, t-mobile, home depot, kmart etc.
Im pretty curious of the long term result of btc because I do see some fundamental problems that could arise
The whole 'digital cash' meme entails that we would need 24/7 internet no matter where we go, the ability to process a multitude of transactions per second, the ability to not recover lost btc, the need for other digital coins if btc becomes scarce, the loss of public sectors which were once payed by taxes, possible government intervention/regulation [and if thats the case loss of privacy]
honestly the list goes on, there are benefits too, but i'd say the problems outweigh the benefits
>Who doesn't have internet 24/7 wherever they go? Even Masai tribesmen have smartphones with 4g
Youre just thinking in a small area, want to go on holiday to the middle of the fucking swiss mountains? need internet, middle of fucking nowhere in the sahara desert to pay your camel tour guide? need internet.
even if it was the case, how can you convince everyone to convert to BTC, theres going to be a separation between cash and crypto's until one side gives in, or they co-exist [isn't that kinda pointless]
are you on suicide watch since the fall