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LToV Socialists, if labor = value, then explain Bitcoin.
If labor is equal to value, then why is Bitcoin worth nearly $11k at the time of writing? Yes, labor in the form of processing power is necessary to generate them in the first place, but after that, their value varies wildly. If you mined 1 bitcoin back in early 2013, you'd have a coin worth about $15. But if you held that coin for just 4 years, it'd be worth nearly $20k, over 130,000% more. No new labor was put into it whatsoever, but it was suddenly worth a car, because the market decided so. What gives? Shouldn't Bitcoin be worth an entirely consistent amount, or at least a stable amount? You could make the argument that Bitcoin is worth nothing, because price doesn't imply value, but doesn't that mean the labor used to create it is worth nothing as well? Am I missing something, or does Bitcoin just completely shatter the LToV?
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How to explain Bitcoin and the blockchain to newbs?
Hi everyone, so I have tried to explain bitcoin and the blockchain to my family but they still seem not to get it. So is there a very good and thorough beginners 101 bitcoin video that I can show them, so they would understand me better? Would help alot :)
Explain Bitcoin to me like Oscar explains a surplus to michael in the office.
My brother has invested a small 50, it's now up to 61.31 or something like that I'll have to talk to him when he gets here and ask. Anyways, explain this to us please. Not trying to get rich, just mildly interested and would like to know more. EDIT: its 63.31
In Bitcoin’s realm, this is called Bitcoin mining. I will not go deep into Bitcoin mining because it is a separate topic altogether. However, I can leave with a link to read about it in detail: Bitcoin Mining: A Basic Guide For Beginners Bitcoin is a transparent ledger without a central authority. Confused? Don't worry, this post will explain what Bitcoin is in plain English. Bitcoin transactions cannot be traced back individuals -- they are secured but also obscured through the use of public and private encryption keys. This anonymity can be appealing, especially with ... Explain this blockchain. Miners are in charge of making sure bitcoin transactions made by users are recorded and legit. Simply put, they do this by grouping every new bitcoin transaction made ... The best way to explain how Bitcoin works is to go through an example of how things function behind the scenes when a user sends or receives a transaction on the network. Let’s run through both sides of a transaction from the perspective of two hypothetical users: Bob and Alice.
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