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Es geht viel zu langsam, der Spread ist mega Hoch und im Forexhandel holt man auf die selbe Zeit die 20-Fache Rendite ein.
Meiner Ansicht nach ein sehr hohes Risiko gepaart mit purer Zeitverschwendung.
Concerns about Bitcoin’s centralization have been raised ever since people found out that a significant percentage of its mining power is owned by just four large mining pools.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse, however, points out to a slightly more subtle problem in Bitcoin’s hashing power: It’s mostly controlled by Chinese pools. He first made note of this in a speaking engagement at the Stifel Financial 2018 Cross Sector Insight Conference.
“A number of prominent people, even Steve Wozniak, has said that he sees a world where Bitcoin is the primary currency. I think that’s absurd. I don’t think that any major economy will allow that to happen. By the way, it doesn’t make sense. I’ll tell you another story that is underreported, but worth paying attention to. Bitcoin is really controlled by China. There are four miners in China that control over 50% of Bitcoin. How do we know that China won’t intervene? How many countries want to use a Chinese-controlled currency? It’s just not going to happen,” he said.
This may sound like paranoia at first, but as we dive into the statistics, it’s clear that Garlinghouse isn’t just talking hot air. BTC.com, Antpool, F2Pool, and BTC.TOP all have two things in common: They’re all Chinese, and they account for an enormous share of Bitcoin’s total mining power. https://www.investing.com/news/cryptocurrency-news/ripple-ceo-says-bitcoin-is-chinese-money-1490904
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Bitcoin Rebounds After Triggering 'Key' Support Amid Hopes of Recovery
Bitcoin rebounded from a wobble a day earlier as the popular crypto’s recent plunge appeared to attract buyers, raising hopes of a recovery. Bitcoin rose 2.96% to $7,555.9 on the Bitfinex exchange from a low of $7,324.7.
Bitcoin had plunged to a low of $7,048 on the Bitfinex exchange earlier this week and some analysts said that the move triggered some “very key” support, opening the door to a possible recovery.
"We think Bitcoin is starting to bottom off some very key support around $7,000 and we think it's going to start a recovery process here," Robert Sluymer, head of technical strategy at Fundstrat Global Advisors, told CNBC's "Futures Now" on Thursday.
Sluymer said bitcoin would have to sustain a rally above its next “hurdle” around the $7,800 price level, to validate the next phase of its recovery. Sluymer's comments were supported by signs of rising demand for cryptos as the total crypto market rose by more than $10 billion in a little over 24 hours. The total market cap of cryptocurrencies rose to about $333 billion, at the time of writing, up from $319 billion Wednesday.
Ripple XRP rose 5.15% to $0.61700 on the Poloniex exchange, while Ethereum rose 5.22% to $580.01. Bitcoin Cash rose 2.71% to $1,001.60, while Litecoin rose 2.12% to $119.15. https://www.investing.com/news/cryptocurrency-news/bitcoin-rebounds-after-triggering-key-support-amid-hopes-of-recovery-1470915