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Cryptocurrency vs 90s Internet [Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News]

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Cryptocurrency vs 90s Internet [Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News] –

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency (crypto) news for 3/17/2018. A look at what’s happening with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Cardano, Litecoin and other cryptocurrencies today. My rant on how cryptocurrency and blockchain is very much like the early 90s.

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5 thoughts on “Cryptocurrency vs 90s Internet [Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News]

  1. how much more proof do we need to realize that the “regulations” are just a way for the oligarchs to stifle a technology that threatens their power?!? wake up people….we are experiencing an all out attack on decentralized currency.

  2. As of this comment were right at 300 billion market cap…and 24 hr trade volume is just 11 billion…so low, even for the weekend

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