Bitcoin pushed up to $245 USD, and offered traders some wiggle room against the USD, which has strengthened considerably against the Euro and CAD in the last 6 months, with greater platform agility coming from the US Banks, and developments in the Eurozone as Bitcoin continues to integrate its ecosystem into the loop.
The Price has recovered and taken on a nice pattern since the February Crash:
Bitstamp continues to be one of the largest daily exchanges, with millions of dollars in trades being conducted each day.
Bitcoin continues to remain on the back-burner for many investors who rely on cash and other forms of payment, but many folks just aren’t seeing how interconnected BTC’s value is to the information chain, and that it offers viable scalability options for international and communication data trading in new and unknown frontiers previously known to money. While the magic is not as far out as many would presume, the idea of Bitcoin has been played back and forth across the court as a thing to gamble with, trade against altcoins, precious metals, and has become adopted not only into the digital architecture, but is rewriting the code (so to speak) as to how currency is used by conscious computers and other networks that make daily data exchanges (at least in theory) — while the theory is far from the truth, there is no science to properly describe the migration to digital currencies because this is NEW.
THIS HASN”T REALLY BEEN DONE TO THIS LEVEL BEFORE SO IT’S ANYONE’S GUESS!
What do you think?> Is Bitcoin here to stay? Is digital payment the wave of the future for humans, and machines?
How is bitcoin related to the function of time?
Any guess where the price will go in 2016?