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Nécrologie du Bitcoin : Le Bitcoin est mort... 203 fois - Crypto-France

Nécrologie du Bitcoin : Le Bitcoin est mort… 203 fois

Bitcoin mort

Le Bit­coin est déjà mort… 203 fois. Les déten­teurs de BTC seraient-ils tom­bés sur la tête ?

Mer­ci à 99Bitcoins.com pour nous avoir per­mis de retrou­ver ces dif­fé­rentes cita­tions, et avoir ain­si pu les mettre à la dis­po­si­tion de la com­mu­nau­té fran­co­phone.

Elles seront très pro­chai­ne­ment tra­duites dans leur ensemble.

Cimetière Bitcoin

Morts par année

2017 : 85
2016 : 28
2015 : 39
2014 : 28
2013 : 15
2012 : 1
2011 : 6
2010 : 1

Nécrologie du Bitcoin


Le Bitcoin constitue une ère illusoire” – Antonius Aquinas | 4 127,48 $

Now enter cryp­to cur­ren­cies.  Not only will they never become money – a gene­ral medium of exchange – as gold and sil­ver once were and will become once again, but cryp­tos lack the neces­sa­ry requi­re­ments to be money.



Les grands gouvernements vont écraser le Bitcoin, mais ne vont pas le tuer” – Forbes | 4 189,64 $

Panos Mour­dou­kou­tas : « Sad­ly for Bit­coin enthu­siasts, the day Bit­coin replaces natio­nal cur­ren­cies will never come. Big govern­ments have the power to crush Bit­coin before Bit­coin crushes them. Still, the digi­tal cur­ren­cy won’t disap­pear. The tech­no­lo­gy behind it is far too power­ful to be control­led by big govern­ment. Bit­coin will return back to its old role : a col­lec­tible cur­ren­cy for tech sav­vy enthu­siasts. »



Le “Bitcoin Bear” Peter Schiff récidive : même à 4 000 dollars, c’est toujours une bulle ” – Coindesk | 4 461,53 $

There’s cer­tain­ly a lot of bul­li­sh­ness about bit­coin and cryp­to­cur­ren­cy, and that’s the case with bubbles in gene­ral. The psy­cho­lo­gy of bubbles fuels it. You just become more convin­ced that it’s going to work. And the higher the price goes, the more convin­ced you become that you’re right. But it’s not going up because it’s going to work. It’s going up because of spe­cu­la­tion…. What it comes down to is that bit­coin ain’t money…The main bene­fit of bit­coin – the only seg­ment of socie­ty where it’s used for some­thing other than spe­cu­la­tion – is crime…. This is a spe­cu­la­tive fren­zy. Right now, this is a bubble. It’s a cult.  When you’re in it, obvious­ly you need more people to believe in it, because the price can only go up if other people buy in. In that sense it’s a natu­ral Pon­zi scheme – a lot of it is just plain greed.



Un seul Bitcoin vaut 4 000 $ – Voici pourquoi vous ne devriez pas en posséder un” – Forbes | 4,179,97 $

Adam Har­tung : « This is why almost none of us should own Bit­coins.  Bit­coin value has mul­tiple weak­nesses.  Someone could hack the blo­ck­chain, create more Bit­coins and mani­pu­late the value or sell the ille­gi­ti­mate Bit­coins and abs­cond with the buyers’ dol­lars.  Or groups of users can place large buys and sells of Bit­coins, mani­pu­la­ting their value, because there are no controls.  Or Bit­coin users could sim­ply start using other cryp­­to-cur­­ren­­cies or tra­di­tio­nal govern­­ment-issued cur­ren­cies and the mar­ket could fold com­ple­te­ly, making Bit­coins worth­less, as has hap­pe­ned to other cryp­­to-cur­­ren­­cies.  Any one, or all, of these things could hap­pen at any moment. Unless you are a pro­fes­sio­nal tra­der, or you sim­ply want to gamble, stay away from Bit­coins.  They have no inherent value, because they are a cur­ren­cy which repre­sents value rather than having value them­selves. »



La mort du Bitcoin” – TradingView | 4 179,97 $

Ladies and Gent­le­men, i present the obvious Death of Bit­coin. After the next smooth jour­ney to moon, or the next jour­ney to let’s say $5,000, $7,000 $10,000 (?) the bit­coin will die a sud­den death (and with it many more). This will be the point where greed will win over rea­son, being the moment all the world will see the bit­coin fail within the next few months. Pro­ba­bly in Novem­ber or Decem­ber, just my guess.



Dennis Gartman : Ne cédez pas à l’essor du Bitcoin” – CNBC | 4 046,99 $

How can you buy a house, how can buy a car, how can you buy Star­bucks with bit­coin when price is going to fluc­tuate as dra­ma­ti­cal­ly as it has. This looks to me like… very much.. you can take the chart of bit­coin and apply it against the tulip bulb mania of the 15th cen­tu­ry and the pat­terns look exact­ly the same. We shall walk in one day, there will be some hard­ware or soft­ware pro­blem where there will be no abi­li­ty to trade and […] 1% [of your portfolio]is pro­ba­bly […] too high as far as I am concer­ned to own bit­coin. It is a punter’s dream. I give them cre­dit for that. It is some­thing I will abso­lu­te­ly stay from, have stayed away from

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Le Bitcoin vient de dépasser les 4000 $, et s’approche du plus grand crash financier de ces 400 dernières années” – The Street | 4 061,54 $

Ken Gold­berg :« Some have like­ned the cryp­to­cur­ren­cy mar­ket to the Inter­net sec­tor in 1999. While there was lit­tle doubt then, and clear evi­dence since, that those com­pa­nies would take over the pla­net, the two Nas­daq indices fell an ave­rage of 90% in the 30 months ending 2002. This time, the bit­coin mania, which has dwar­fed even the Tulip Bulb luna­cy, should become the pos­ter­child gra­duate school case stu­dy for not only finance, but also psy­cho­lo­gy, socio­lo­gy, and per­haps other dis­ci­plines. Iro­ni­cal­ly, for lacking dis­ci­pline ! Friends don’t let friends hold bit­coin below $2,900, the line in the sand of sell-stop pro­tec­tion. Other­wise, in the near future, one could be wishing they’d sold this $3,500 zone, as bit­coin breaks under $35, with gro­wing poten­tial for $3.50. »



Toutes ces choses autour du Bitcoin ne font aucun sens” – Splinter | 3,348,29 $

Hamil­ton Nolan : « All these ima­gi­na­ry “digi­tal cur­ren­cies” are just made up fake things…. What is Bit­coin ? Nobo­dy knows. I do not mean that nobo­dy can offer a string of plau­­sible-soun­­ding words that seem at a glance as if they are des­cri­bing a real thing, and apply those words to Bit­coin or even to “Ethe­reum” or any other “digi­tal coin” that is “mined” on a com­pu­ter (fake). I mean that none of it makes any sense…. On your com­pu­ter you have a Bit­coin. Its value fluc­tuates wild­ly from month to month. You have no idea what you will be able to exchange it for tomor­row. You can’t buy a bur­ri­to with it anyw­here. It is fake… Ins­tead of tel­ling me com­pu­ter words about what these digi­tal cur­ren­cies are, tell me this : Is it bet­ter than cash ? That I hold in my hand ? That buys me a bur­ri­to ? That buys me a bas­ket­ball ? That buys me a house ? That buys me a figh­ter jet ? Is it bet­ter than that ? No it is not… Laugh your haugh­ty laugh all you want. Enjoy cal­ling me igno­rant. I have a bur­ri­to and all you have is “code.” Yeah—code for “idiot.”



Le Bitcoin va échouer – et changer le monde” – Welt | 3 348,29 $

Frank Sto­cker : « …this ulti­ma­te­ly proves that the digi­tal coins have no future. Bit­coin will fail. This cur­ren­cy will not sur­vive because it has long cea­sed to serve its ori­gi­nal purpose.Rather, it has become a place of com­ple­te­ly unlea­shed spe­cu­la­tion, in which cri­mi­nals and decei­vers feel com­for­table. »



Les crypto-monnaies – leur statut en tant qu’argent” – GoldMoney | 3,348.29 $

Alas­dair Macleod : « While cryp­to­cur­ren­cies can claim a free-mar­­ket ori­gin, and their crea­tors might think for that rea­son they are super­ior to state money, they fail the regres­sion test and so can­not claim to be catal­lac­tic… For now, the deve­lop­ment of this bubble is in the hands of a spe­cu­la­ting public, who per­io­di­cal­ly see manias as a fail­safe way to make money. But the ans­wer to the ques­tion posed in this article’s head­line is that cryp­to­cur­ren­cies are not money and never will be. »



Voici pourquoi le Bitcoin ne vaut rien” – Seeking Alpha | 3348,29 $

Bit­coin is worthless…Bitcoin can never be a cur­ren­cy under its cur­rent model… Bit­coin is not spe­cial, nor does it serve any pur­pose should have us demand its very exis­tence…. Bit­coin has no uti­li­ty other than to pro­vide the exhi­la­ra­tion of a higher price. As with all fun­da­men­tal­ly worth­less assets, someone will be left hol­ding the bag.

Source indis­po­nible.


Le BTC est mort – Longue vie au BTC” – Bitcoin and The Blockchain | 3375,8 $

If you have not sold your BCH you will not be affec­ted as BCH will become the new BTC. For the rest there are win­ners and losers. BTC will have no value. The war is ended, but not in any way we wished or plan­ned. We must all now be magna­ni­mous and humble as we pick up the pieces.



L’investisseur milliardaire déclare que les crypto-monnaies ‘ne sont pas réelles”” – Business Insider | 2533,79 $

Howard Marks, bil­lio­naire inves­tor and foun­der of Oak­tree Capi­tal Mana­ge­ment is ada­mant about his stance on cryp­to­cur­ren­cies like bit­coin, Ether and others : “They’re not real.” “Some people are eager to spe­cu­late on digi­tal cur­ren­cy for pro­fit,” he writes. “Others want to put a lit­tle money into these to-date-pro­­fi­­table phe­no­me­na rather than run the risk of mis­sing out. But they’re not real!”



Les plus grands blogueurs finance révèlent leurs positions concernant le Bitcoin et les crypto-monnaies” – Market Watch | 2775,26 $

Jared Dillian et Wold Rich­ter :“People are com­pa­ring bit­coin to tulip bulbs. I think those com­pa­ri­sons are apt,” he said. “But at least with tulips, you had some­thing tan­gible — a plant.” Wolf Rich­ter of the Wolf Street blog isn’t going anyw­here near it, either. “There are no fun­da­men­tals to consi­der because there are no fun­da­men­tals with bit­coin,” he explai­ned. “You’re par­ti­ci­pa­ting in a sys­tem where the only hope is that someone even more enthu­sias­tic will buy it from you at a higher price.”



Le taux d’acceptation du Bitcoin est quasiment nul, et il régresse” – Yahoo Finance | 2410,55 $

Mor­gan Stan­ley : « A research note out Wed­nes­day by a group of ana­lysts at Mor­gan Stan­ley led by James E Fau­cette said “bit­coin accep­tance is vir­tual­ly zero and shrin­king,” des­pite its impres­sive appre­cia­tion. »



״Voici pourquoi les investisseurs feraient mieux d’ignorer la frénésie autour des crypto-monnaies״ – Investopedia | 2,594.21 $

Lan­don D. Wha­ley : « I’ve seen enough cryp­to­cur­ren­cy sto­ries over the last few weeks to last me a life­time, espe­cial­ly about Bit­coin. Bit­coin is not a store of value, and it’s not a rea­so­nable invest­ment can­di­date. You’ve been war­ned ! Bit­coin isn’t a cur­ren­cy, it’s not a store of value and it’s cer­tain­ly not wor­thy of invest­ment. Cryp­to­cur­ren­cies are the 2017 ver­sion of Dutch tulips, pure and simple. »



Le Bitcoin et Ethereum… bientôt tous deux obsolètes” – James Ricakrds | 2623,69 $

James Rickards : « We now have enough infor­ma­tion on cryp­to­cur­ren­cies to conclude that Bit­coin = Beta­max, and Ethe­reum = VHS. One wins, but both soon obso­lete. »



Voici pourquoi le Bitcoin ne peut pas servir en tant que monnaie” – Seeking Alpha | 2345,56 $

Pau­lo San­tos : « Bit­coin can’t serve as a cur­ren­cy… The Bit­coin Invest­ment Trust still trades at a large pre­mium to this fai­led cur­ren­cy. »



Restez en dehors du Bitcoin — ce sont des âneries” – MarketWatch | 2345,56 $

Brett Arends : « Cryp­to­cur­ren­cies, or cyber cur­ren­cies, which have been in a mas­sive finan­cial mania until their sud­den sell-off this week, have two actual uses : online gam­bling and money laun­de­ring. Nei­ther is the heart of a major busi­ness model. But that’s it….. Online cur­ren­cies are hard­ly a “store of value” when they have fal­len about 30% in a week. »



Raoul Pal : le Bitcoin est une folie” – Business Insider | 2,694,33 $

This revo­lu­tio­na­ry digi­tal infra­struc­ture will soon be able to pro­cess bil­lions more tran­sac­tions than Bit­coin ever has. It may well be a Bit­coin killer or at best, pro­vide the fra­me­work for how blo­ck­chain tech­no­lo­gy could be applied in the real world.



Mark Cuban déclare que le Bitcoin est une bulle, son prix chute” – CNBC | 2741,29 $

I think it’s in a bubble. I just don’t know when or how much it cor­rects. When eve­ryone is brag­ging about how easy they are making $=bubble Anyone anyw­here can buy a stock. #cryp­to is like gold. More reli­gion than asset. Except of course gold makes nice jewel­ry. #cryp­to not­so­much



Le Bitcoin est la deuxième pire monnaie au monde” – Kyle Duck | 2306,75 $

Bit­coin is a bubble. The Bit­coin bubble will pop. Nobo­dy knows when it will pop, but it will…Bitcoin has no intrin­sic value or utility…That’s why Bit­coin is the second worst cur­ren­cy in the world.



Quel est le juste prix du Bitcoin et des autres crypto-monnaies ? Zéro.” – Jonathan Harris | 2262,83 $

Cryp­to­cur­ren­cies do not belong in any invest­ment port­fo­lio. I say this as a Char­te­red Finan­cial Ana­lyst with 20 years expe­rience who unders­tands the under­lying math and the eco­no­mic issues invol­ved. Fun­da­men­tal­ly, Bit­coin has no value… Bit­coin accep­tance by consu­mers is unli­ke­ly…



Le Bitcoin : un Ponzi devenu mondial” – Macro Business | 2358,96 $

This is a glo­bal pon­zi scheme and that’s the end of it. …You don’t have to be Ein­stein to see that a super-natio­­nal cur­ren­cy like this fun­da­men­tal­ly under­mines the power of autho­ri­ta­rian states like Chi­na, not to men­tion libe­ral demo­cra­cies as well. If you can tell me where that risk leads then you are Albert Ein­stein… Play it, own it, do what you like with it, but always remem­ber that it is nothing more that an intrin­si­cal­ly worth­less glo­bal pyra­mid scheme that could col­lapse at any moment.”



Les Bitcoins – C’est une blague ?” – Seeking Alpha | 1938,7 $

John Lohr : « Is it a good invest­ment ? Stan­ford and Prin­ce­ton say bit­coin has vola­ti­li­ty seven times grea­ter than gold, eight times grea­ter than the S&P 500, and 18 times grea­ter than the U.S. dol­lar. My answer:No. Some of the hype tos­sed by Bit­coin sel­lers include : Buy bit­coins with your IRA Serious­ly ? Sure, reverse mort­gage your house while you’re at it… Still, some people will buy it as an “invest­ment.” In my opi­nion, Mono­po­ly money is safer. »

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La mort du Bitcoin” – Daily Reckoning | 1570,25 $

Matt Ins­ley :« This is a sto­ry the mains­tream media isn’t covering.And mil­len­nials aren’t going to get the memo either, before it’s too late. But, mark my words… This is the death of Bit­coin… Simi­lar to the dis­rup­tive tech­no­lo­gies I lis­ted above, Bit­coin will under­go the stan­dard life­cycle of deve­lop­ment… and I believe that will include swift, swee­ping govern­ment regu­la­tion. Simi­lar to gun control, car insu­rance, cyber regu­la­tion and more… Howe­ver, unlike most of those other tech­no­lo­gies, I don’t think Bit­coin will sur­vive this dea­th­blow of regu­la­tion. »



Le début de la fin du Bitcoin” – Daily Reckoning | 1541,90 $

Ray Blan­co : « Book it. Bitcoin’s fini­shed. The New York Times, on Satur­day, I think it was… April 29, any­how, said the hacker who tried to get a ran­som from Net­flix over the new epi­sodes of that show… You and I had that lunch conver­sa­tion last month you recor­ded. You asked me what tech trends I’m nega­tive on. I men­tio­ned bit­coin. I’d like to rei­te­rate that. I’d like to double down on it…. Here’s a sce­na­rio. Some major hos­pi­tal group gets hacked. Boeing gets hacked. Some­thing big and impor­tant. Some­thing where lives could be on the line. Not just epi­sodes of a TV show. If that hacker demands pay­ment in bit­coin, that’s it. Bitcoin’s cooked… Congress steps in. Passes layer upon layer of com­plex regu­la­tion and basi­cal­ly out­laws it. They out­law digi­tal cur­ren­cy and make it the same as human traf­fi­cking or some­thing…. Bit­coin itself, it’s doo­med. The end is near. Soon as Congress has a rea­son, they figure out how to shut it down. You mark my words. Too many banks have too much to lose. And if we know one thing, it’s that big banks and Congress are part of the same beast…. »



L’ascension et la chute du Bitcoin (et l’arrivée d’un petit nouveau sur la blockchain)” – Forbes | 1234,36 $

Ben Lee : « I used to be an avid tra­der years ago, and my co-foun­­der is as hard­core of a cryp­­to-anar­­chist as they come. I would love nothing more than for bit­coin to suc­ceed, but I believe it will die a slow and pain­ful death and some­thing else will come along to be its suc­ces­sor. »

Source indis­po­nible


Le Bitcoin ne deviendra jamais un véritable pilier financier” – Finance Feeds | 1,184,47 $

Andrew Saks-McLeod : « Bit­coin, with all the noise and talk of large scale acqui­si­tions, is just a play­ground for those wan­ting a quick buck and will never be part of the genuine elec­tro­nic finan­cial mar­kets eco­no­my »



Un économiste renommé explique pourquoi le Bitcoin ne constitue pas de l’argent” – BusinessInsider | 1185,01 $

Ann Pet­ti­for : « The pro­blem with a finite asset is that the eco­no­my is not finite, and if you have a limi­ted amount of money to match this almost unli­mi­ted capa­ci­ty of people in the eco­no­my to do things, money doesn’t work. »



Le Bitcoin refuse de mourir déjà” – Gizomdo | 1185,01 $

Michael Nunez : « a small group of Chi­nese com­pa­nies have effec­ti­ve­ly gai­ned control of bit­coin, making it vul­ne­rable to mar­ket mani­pu­la­tion. Add that on top of the fact that bit­coin exchanges are prone to col­lap­sing (as they have in the past) and you have a digi­tal cur­ren­cy that is, accor­ding to the Finan­cial Times, essen­tial­ly worth­less. At least it’s good for enter­tain­ment. »



Un conférencier annonce la mort du Bitcoin” – The Collegian | 996,31 $

Eco­no­mist William J. Luther said he doesn’t think the dol­lar will be chal­len­ged by the Bit­coin or any other digi­tal cur­ren­cy any time soon….“I think we will adopt that tech­no­lo­gy in one way or ano­ther, that is we’ll use that tech­no­lo­gy to pro­cess dol­lar tran­sac­tions,” Luther said. “Most people just aren’t inter­es­ted in using some new money and so they won’t.”



Le Bitcoin est une bulle telle comme nous n’en avons jamais vue auparavant” – Mclellan | 906,14 $

Tom McClel­lan : « bit­coins are going to arrive in a few days at the equi­va­lent of the Oct. 31, 2007 top in the Nas­daq.  And short­ly the­reaf­ter, they should see an echo of the 2008 bear mar­ket (again, assu­ming that the cor­re­la­tion conti­nues). So if you are “hol­ding” any Bit­coins (not that anyone can actual­ly hold some­thing so ethe­real), your moment to exit and flee is rapid­ly approa­ching. »



Voici pourquoi le Bitcoin ne deviendra jamais une monnaie — Il s’agit de quelque chose de bien plus étrange” – Wired | 931,62 $

Cade Metz : « But don’t let that big num­ber fool you : this strange and contro­ver­sial tech­no­lo­gy is no clo­ser to beco­ming a mains­tream cur­ren­cy. …Bit­coin is not some­thing the ave­rage per­son will ever use to buy and sell stuff, they say, par­ti­cu­lar­ly in the US and other Wes­tern coun­tries. The world just doesn’t need a dedi­ca­ted digi­tal cur­ren­cy. »



Le Bitcoin dépasse les 1 000 $, mais le seul chiffre qui compte, c’est zéro” – Financial Times | 1034,34 $

As a phe­no­me­non bit­coin has all the attri­butes of a pyra­mid scheme, requi­ring a constant influx of converts to push up the price, based on the pro­mise of its use by future converts. So the ulti­mate value for bit­coin will be the same as all pyra­mid schemes : zero.



Le Bitcoin est une bulle. Celle-ci éclatera le lundi 12 décembre 2016” – Linkedin | 771,23 $

Bit­coin is a bubble that like Tulip, South Sea, Dot.com or Sub­prime will burst… Bit­coin was a great expe­riment that pro­vi­ded a lot of use­ful lear­ning. But as with any pre­vious tech­no­lo­gy : “It’s time for it to make way for a bet­ter desi­gned, more com­pliant, and more secure sys­tem as a glo­bal digi­tal cur­ren­cy. #For­ce­Coin.”



Voici les raisons pour lesquelles cette startup vient de renoncer au Bitcoin” – Fortune | 766,26 $

Now, Circle is bai­ling on bit­coin alto­ge­ther. The com­pa­ny announ­ced on Wed­nes­day it is focu­sing on other things, and that its bit­coin cus­to­mers can cash out or else trans­fer their accounts to ano­ther com­pa­ny, Coin­base, if they wish to keep buying and sel­ling the cryp­to­cur­ren­cy. The move is not enti­re­ly sur­pri­sing as the hype around bit­coin sub­si­ded long ago, and the digi­tal cur­ren­cy remains a niche pro­duct for spe­cu­la­tors or for clan­des­tine online tran­sac­tions.



Le Bitcoin était censé changer le monde. Que s’est-il passé ?” – Vox | 735,54 $

I think Bit­coin has stal­led out,” said Natha­niel Pop­per, a repor­ter for the New York Times who wrote a book about Bit­coin in 2014. What went wrong ? The Bit­coin com­mu­ni­ty has been ham­pe­red by a dys­func­tio­nal culture that has grown increa­sin­gly hos­tile toward expe­ri­men­ta­tion. That has made it dif­fi­cult for the Bit­coin net­work to keep up with chan­ging mar­ket demands.



CEO de Circle : Personne n’utilisera le Bitcoin dans 5 à 10 ans“ – CoinJournal | 744,86 $

Our view is that we’re still in the real­ly ear­ly stages of the tech­no­lo­gy and its deve­lop­ment. It’s high­ly unli­ke­ly that any of us will be using Bit­coin in five or ten years. In the same way that – how many of us use NCSA Mosaic or Nets­cape Navi­ga­tor?” Allaire went on to say that bit­coin is like­ly doo­med for two rea­sons : lack of regu­la­tions and, sur­pri­sin­gly, incon­sistent use. Des­pite all we hear about acti­vi­ty in Chi­na and its ongoing accep­tance rate, Allaire says when you real­ly stop and look at how often bit­coin is used throu­ghout the world, it’s nothing to get exci­ted about. In the long run, fiat remains far more popu­lar than bit­coin, and digi­tal cur­ren­cy could phase out soo­ner rather than later.



Le Bitcoin refait à nouveau des siennes” – Bloomberg | 734,35 $

It’s still a good rea­son not to use Bit­coin as a hedge against the expec­ted mar­ket sell-off an elec­to­ral vic­to­ry by Donald Trump would entail. There are other rea­sons, too. For one, Bit­coin is qui­ck­ly beco­ming a thing of the past.



Le Bitcoin est-il condamné ?” – Newsweek | 635,43 $

Bit­coin will expire the very day the first quan­tum com­pu­ter appears…. It will be doo­med, Tom­lin­son says. Any dis­rup­tion needs the consen­sus of the bit­coin com­mu­ni­ty and that can’t even be rea­li­zed when it comes to the­tran­sac­tion limit pro­blem . That’s a rela­ti­ve­ly simple pro­blem com­pa­red to redoing the entire digi­tal signa­ture method. It’s pro­ba­bly impos­sible, so bit­coin has had it.



Les crypto-monnaies sont mortes” – Medium | 606,43 $

Cryp­to­cur­ren­cies are dead. Long live cryp­to­cur­ren­cies !



Les tenants du Bitcoin ont échoué” – Deal Breaker | 577,58 $

The cryp­toa­nar­chists’ revo­lu­tion is over. Condo­lences. The vic­to­rious cryp­to­ca­pi­ta­lists’ advice is : Do what your parents did ! Get a job, sir, at UBS,Deutshe Bank, San­tan­der or BNY Mel­lon. Even JPMor­gan Chase.



Voici pourquoi Ethereum va réussir là où le Bitcoin a échoué” – Vice.com | 667,15 $

The dead­lock bet­ween com­pe­ting cor­ners of the Bit­coin com­mu­ni­ty when it comes to hard for­king, in contrast, spells doom for the cur­ren­cy, accor­ding to Tual. “As long as that’s true, Bit­coin will never evolve, and it will die, because what doesn’t evolve dies.”



Le Bitcoin constitue-t-il un échec?” – FreeKeene | 666,23 $

Russo’s gla­ring point remains, Bit­coin has crea­ted a class hie­rar­chy divi­ded by com­pu­ta­tio­nal power. The cryp­to­cur­ren­cy as is can not deli­ver on the pro­mises of decen­tra­li­za­tion, ano­ny­mi­ty, or full control over pro­per­ty. And I agree with him.



Le cours du Bitcoin flambe à nouveau — Mais il n’intéresse désormais plus beaucoup” – WSJ | 577,14 $

Lack of media and public inter­est bode poor­ly for the long-term future of the vir­tual cur­ren­cy, even though it has regai­ned much of the value it lost in 2014…. But the rest of the world appears to have lost inter­est. That’s not great for the long-term use of bit­coin and the fans who want to see it become a wide­­ly-used medium of exchange. With the cur­ren­cy cur­rent­ly dependent on noto­­rious­­ly-fickle Chi­nese retail inves­tors, they would sur­ely swap a gain in glo­bal popu­la­ri­ty over a short-term ral­ly in value. Right now, the vir­tual cur­ren­cy just seems to have lost its “cool.”



Nous sommes en désaccord avec cette estimation du Bitcoin– Adam Smith | 572,65 $

…Howe­ver, we’re rather less opti­mis­tic about the pros­pects for Bit­coin. We’re sure that the blo­ck­chain will be used to do some inter­es­ting things, although pret­ty cer­tain that it will be a less clun­ky ver­sion of it which is. Bit­coin itself we don’t think is going that far. And we’re real­ly pret­ty sure that it’s not about to evis­ce­rate ban­king



Le Bitcoin pourrait être en train de périr, mais la technologie qui se cache derrière lui survivra” – Forbes | 442,88 $

des­pite the liber­ta­rian fan­ta­sies that were being ban­died about at the time, Bit­coin was unli­ke­ly to ever be a mains­tream cur­ren­cy. Now it seems that Bit­coin is indeed col­lap­sing and key figures in the com­mu­ni­ty are star­ting to back away from it. The rea­sons for Bitcoin’s fai­lure are many, inclu­ding poor gover­nance, a lack of tech­no­lo­gi­cal infra­struc­ture and infigh­ting within its com­mu­ni­ty. Besides, as I noted in my pre­vious article, the fact that sove­rei­gn govern­ments have the power to tax in their own cur­ren­cies always made a Bit­coin takeo­ver unli­ke­ly.



« Le Bitcoin est mort », d’après un entrepreneur de la fintech – Yahoo | $437.5

If you ask Taa­vet Hin­ri­kus, CEO of inter­­­na­­tio­­nal-pay­­ments app Trans­fer­Wise, “Bit­coin, I think we can say, is dead. There is no trac­tion, no one is using bit­coin. The bit­coin expe­riment, I think we can say, is over.”



1 000 wallets Bitcoin ne pourront remplacer une révolution financière” – Coindesk | $408.12

At this point in the bit­coin life­cycle, the fear, uncer­tain­ty and doubt (FUD) and nay­saying we’ve been hea­ring is most­ly true. The net­work is abys­mal­ly slow. The use cases are half-baked and consu­mers will receive no impli­cit bene­fit from bit­coin over, say, swi­ping their Visa card. The bit­coin 1.0 expe­riment is, in short, over.


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