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[Tech] - Druckenmiller-backed crypto start-up looks to solve bitcoin's volatility problem | NBC

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Druckenmiller-backed crypto start-up looks to solve bitcoin's volatility problem

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Former CFTC official gives Bitcoin volatility problem solution | AtoZForex

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BitUSD is about to solve Bitcoin's Volatility problem.

Upcoming "Smart Wallets" will enable the user to immediately hedge against Bitcoin's volatility by switching directly into BitGold, BitUSD, BitOil, or other Crypto-Currencies. I believe with future development companies like Shapeshift and Bitshares will become Killer Apps vastly expanding and enabling the Third World to accept Bitcoin since this model would require no banking but give the user ability to protect against price changes. This is the type of development that would expand Bitcoin vastly into the Third World where its best use case is as a currency. We need to stop pretending that bitcoin the currency will ever be adapted by the masses with high volatility. This type of integration into the wallets would immediately put Bitcoin on the road to mainstream adoption!
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[Tech] - Druckenmiller-backed crypto start-up looks to solve bitcoin's volatility problem

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How 'Bitbanks' Could Solve Bitcoin's Volatility Problem

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Former CFTC official gives Bitcoin volatility problem solution | AtoZForex

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Bitcoin Volatility Problem Solved? Bringing Block Chain Benefits to Traditional Fiat Currency

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Why the Bitcoin volatility problem may soon be solved.

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Bitcoin Volatility: Problem Solved?

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Bitcoin Volatility: Problem Solved?

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Bitcoin Volatility Problem Solved? Bringing Block Chain Benefits to Traditional Fiat Currency

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How 'Bitbanks' Could Solve Bitcoin's Volatility Problem

Bitcoin is notoriously volatile. Could 'bitbanks' help solve that issue, or are internal tweaks to bitcoin's protocol the answer?
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It Seems the NuBits Project is Related to Helping Solve Bitcoin's Volatility Problem. The creator (Jordan Lee) Calls it a Cryptoasset Game Changer in New Update.

The official Twitter page for NuBits has started dropping hints. Many of the tweets talk about solving Bitcoin's volatility problems, so NuBits must be related to that in some way.
For those who don't already know, NuBits is a specific implementation of Peershares, but it has some other unknown functionality that hasn't been announced yet and we've been trying to figure it out for a while. These tweets are the first hints at the unknown functionality. Both Peershares and NuBits were created by Jordan Lee and his team members. Check out the announcement thread here.
Also, Jordan Lee provided an update on NuBits recently. Here is the quote...
Here is a quote from Jordan several months ago that might be related. Somehow I remembered this...
Also, somehow Peercoin is tied to this. Peershares is based on Peercoin technology, so it follows that NuBits is as well. Jordan has already confirmed that they would be distributing dividends in Peercoins, but it's possible it may go deeper than that. Ben, one of the NuBits team members, posted this after Jordan's update, which might also be another hint....
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Bitcoin Volatility Problem Solved? Bringing Block Chain Benefits to Traditional Fiat Currency

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Bitcoin's Volatility Problem: Why Today's Selloff Won't Be the Last - Businessweek

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Bitcoin Volatility Problem Solved? Bringing Block Chain Benefits to Traditional Fiat Currency

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How 'Bitbanks' Could Solve Bitcoin's Volatility Problem - CoinDesk


How 'Bitbanks' Could Solve Bitcoin's Volatility Problem
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Cameron Harwick is a PhD student in economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He conducts research into monetary theory and institutions. In this article, Harwick examines bitcoins issue with volatility and how bitcoin banks could ...

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The cryptobubble is a symptom of more

The following article was written by Olav Dirkmaat, professor of economics at the University of Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala, and translator of the masterpiece Human Action by Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises in Dutch ('Human action'). He previously worked at both GoldRepublic and Nxchange. He is also a PhD candidate in economics at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Spain.
I would like to share these thoughts with the community. Not because I believe in them, but because there are some good arguments in the article and I think other viewing points to crypto will in the end make crypto win.
What are your thoughts about the article? (If you liked the discussion or the article, please vote me up. If you disliked the article, but think discussing crypto is a good thing, don't vote me down :P)
When there is an (artificial) economic expansion, driven by cheap credit and too low interest rates, we know that sooner or later things will go wrong. What we do not know is exactly how it goes wrong. We only know that - at artificially low interest rates - some ill investments are made in certain sectors. In the 1990s, it was (starting) internet companies, domain names and the NASDAQ. In the run-up to the 2008 crisis, it was predominantly house prices, (amateur) property speculators and mortgage lenders. And this time? Where do bubbles form?
We have previously discussed how - thanks to artificially low interest rates - equities are again overvalued, mainly technology companies. But also the recent craziness in the crypto coins can not be overlooked. In a few months Bitcoin rose to a record high of almost $ 20,000 dollars. Many crypto investors seemed to become dormant rich; even gold investors began to doubt why they were investing in precious metal and not the crypto-mired mists. While (in the 90s) some amateur speculators in domain names became very quickly very rich, this time amateur speculators get rich in crypto coins. Just like domain names then, crypto coins are now - unfortunately - the victims of speculative excesses.
Do you still doubt if crypto coins are in a bubble? Take the Dell share. Dell is a company that I invested in just before the acquisition by Michael Dell himself (and accomplices). Dell is a technology company whose stock price first scored less than a dollar but within a short time frame reached a record high of nearly $ 55 dollars per share. During the dotcom bubble, Dell was one of the many internet companies that achieved a billion dollar valuation.
THE DELL SHARE PRICE INCREASED RAPIDLY DURING THE DOTCOM BUBBLE AND COLLAPSED AGAIN LATER. ALTHOUGH DELL CERTAINLY HAD FUNDAMENTAL VALUE, THE PRICE WAS MUCH TOO HIGH. SOURCE: YAHOO FINANCE
Why do I call Dell? Very simple. Dell was (and is) a valuable company with products, customers, distribution channels and revenues. But the price paid in 2000 for a Dell share was simply excessive.
We must be very careful that we never mix price and value. And when we pay too much for something, even though it is valuable, it is not a sensible investment. Unfortunately, many crypto investors do not seem to have learned this ancient lesson.
I hope to have some credit with you. After all, I have been familiar with the crypto coins for years. Since 2013 I own a Bitcoin fraction and since 2014 I have nice amounts of Ripple (XRP). I still visited the cryptocongresses when only nerds and libertarians visited them, and men in suits were still absent. I will certainly not become the next Bitcoin millionaire, but I am more than familiar with the opportunities and limitations of this new technology. I even had the chance to spend time this year with Nick Szabo, a crypto veteran who already invented the forerunner of Bitcoin in 1998.
Although I am a fan of this technological revolution, I warn of a bubble. A bubble that even harms Bitcoin does not help. Bitcoin does not benefit from the current mania. And according to my conviction, even the biggest Bitcoin defender can not but admit that there is an enormous crypto soap bubble.
The most important quality of money is that it is a unit of account (a "unit of account" in English). And Bitcoin's current popularity is aggravating volatility rather than reducing volatility. Less volatility means a more stable unit of account. Note: the problem is not that there is "deflation" because the Bitcoin appreciates (rises in price). There is nothing wrong with that. Prices can adapt perfectly to a rising currency. Just like prices nowadays - as a rule - adapt perfectly to a falling currency (central banks aim at at least two percent annual inflation which eats away the purchasing power of our money). The problem is that the price of a Bitcoin is far too unstable to ever be money or a unit of account. The following joke shows immediately what the problem is:
FREELY TRANSLATED: A SON ASKS ONE BITCOIN FOR HIS BIRTHDAY TO HIS IN-BITCOIN-INVESTING FATHER. HIS FATHER IS OUTRAGED: WHAT ?! $ 15,554 ??? $ 14.354 IS A LOT OF MONEY! WHAT DO YOU NEED $ 16,782 FOR?
We are talking about day volatility here. The bitcoin price can increase or decrease by ten to twenty percent in question, something that would be exceptional in the precious metal market, for example in the case of the gold price. The current speculation and buying drive of a larger, largely ignorant public - only makes the bitcoin price more unstable. The volatility is getting worse, not better. The question is whether the introduction of forward contracts (futures) can change this. Last weeks, bitcoinfutures were introduced on both the CME and the Cboe. According to the theory, a forward market reduces price volatility, but it remains to be seen who has the stomach to resist the volatility of bitcoin prices. If we currently look at the liquidity on these bitcoin futures markets and the number of contracts traded, then the conclusion is that these futures markets (unlike other raw materials) will not solve Bitcoin's volatility problem.
Some Bitcoin supporters, however, still believe that Bitcoin is not a bubble. They want to silence "doom-thinkers". The Bitcoin has, according to them, absolute value in a world full of fiat money. Admittedly, our current financial system is very fragile and has enough problems. But that does not mean that Bitcoin is valuable. Bitcoin has the problem that it is too volatile to actually serve as a currency or an effective means of exchange. This does not matter in some contexts (take Venezuela, where capital controls are a reality and the currency, the Venezuelan Bolivar, is as unstable as Bitcoin itself), but in the context of developed countries such as the Netherlands or the United States, it does. Moreover, Bitcoin seems to be losing its own success, given the enormous waiting times and the huge transaction costs (lastly, a Bitcoin transaction cost about thirty dollars).
And who is currently buying Bitcoin to use it as money? The answer is: nobody. There are only investors who buy it in the hope of selling it later (and the term is getting shorter and shorter). The only "real" transaction that takes place are investors who have already made a good profit and want to "cash out" a part by exchanging these for gold, goods or real estate. Okay, nobody is perhaps exaggerated: there is a limited group of Chinese (and Venezuelans / Nigerians) who want to circumvent capital controls in their countries and find a way to get money out of the country. But that is really not enough for the current price of well over $ 10,000.
Then there is the argument that the question will first be speculative, with the origin of investors hoping to earn a profit by buying Bitcoin well before that moment. This question would "stabilize" the price and reduce volatility over time. However, the evidence seems to point the other way at the moment. Even though the current Bitcoin price would be justified by fundamentals, there is still a cryptobubble. But even then, if we accept the above arguments for the sake of simplicity and pretend that Bitcoin already has a lot of fundamental value (that is, it is used as a means of exchange), even the biggest Bitcoin defenders have to admit that there is a cryptobubble.
Why? The reason is simple. Bitcoin is not the only crypto coin. And that while there is a strong "winner takes all" effect in the money industry. A coin has value because many people want it and actually use it. A dominant currency therefore quickly has a large market share. Take for example the dollar and the euro, the two largest coins in the world, also the most liquid coins in the world. But the same principle also applies in cryptoland. We can never use five hundred different coins; no fiat coins nor crypto coins.
So how can someone explain that there are more than a hundred cryptocurrences with a valuation of more than one hundred million dollars? And how can it be explained that there are more than five hundred crypto coins with a valuation of one million or more? If Bitcoin really were so valuable, and there is no question of a cryptobubble, then the Bitcoin price would be followed by at most some complementary coins (Ether, Ripple?), But certainly not by hundreds of other competing crypto coins. Let alone that these, predominantly worthless, crypto coins earn millions valuations. In other words, if someone wants to dismiss a cryptobubble by stating that the current Bitcoin price is justified by the fundamental value and usefulness of Bitcoin, then surely that does not apply to the 500+ other crypto coins?
The cryptobubble can not be denied. This is one for the history books. This chapter in monetary history will probably go down in the books as the cryptobubble. At the next crisis, investors will enter the boat again. Make sure you do not let yourself be led by the issues of the day. As a gold investor, do not be fooled by friends and family who seem to double their money every week. Patience pays off, as always, on the stock market. It is about the long term, not the short term. And gambling is not investing.
The cryptobubble is accompanied by a huge bubble elsewhere: mainly the stock market and large parts of the bond market. The current zero interest rates are destroying markets. And as I said earlier, we do not know in advance where the soap bubbles form, just that bubbles form. But now we know that one of those soap bubbles is the cryptobubble.
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The NuBits Twitter Page is Starting to Drop Hints - Also, Jordan Lee Provided an Update & Called it a Cryptoasset Game Changer

The official Twitter page for NuBits has started dropping hints. Many of the posts talk about Bitcoin's volatility problems. Not sure how Peercoin is tied in this though.
Also, Jordan Lee provided an update on NuBits. Here is the quote...
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