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What the Dot-com Bubble can teach us for 2021

What the Dot-com Bubble can teach us for 2021



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  1. I think there’re both similes and differences. Of course crypto prices are increasing a lot during 2021 and now lots of people are buying without knowing very much but the great difference is: 1) as we had seen in 2017-2018 the bitcoin halving creates “4-years market period”, well represented by models like the stock-to-flow, so people who enter in the market with these knowledge of course risks a lot but could be well ready to market variation.

  2. Here is my argument against crypto currencies:
    it is currently tolerated by the states. As soon as the trade is illegal, the whole thing becomes a hot potato. Crypto currencies are dependent on the internet, the internet is used via operating systems, operating systems have back doors or exploits which are used by states. Almost every operating system logs the installed apps on your device and thus every crypto wallet user would be identifiable. No matter how secure blockchain is, one simply attacks the user device and thereby circumvents any security of blockchain.

  3. what even is this video. I feel like I’m watching a recipe blog come to life like I gotta get to know this guys personal history with computers before he talks about something completely different? Ok.

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