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ETH Traders Forced to Sell Near $0, SegWit2x via NYA, & More – YMB Podcast E180

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This is episode 180 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

"Just lost 3k in the blink of an eye."

That's the depressing sentiment shared by a royally screwed Ethereum trader this week. Network congestion (probably) led to a significant ETH selloff, which led to cascading stop orders on the exchanges, which led to automatic ETH trades at extremely low prices. Everything functioned exactly as intended, according to GDAX.

How (and …

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Bitcoin Bubbles, Crashes, and Then… – YMB Podcast E173

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This is episode 173 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

First up today, we definitely have to cover the Bitcoin price. We celebrated a new all-time high last week and this week we're even higher. Then again, we crashed $100 in just one hour today. So what the heck is going on? Should we buy? Sell? We have no clue, but we're gonna tell you what we think anyway.

Then …

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Bitcoin Doesn’t Need Money – Bits & Pieces #12

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Daniel is out of town this week so the following Bits & Pieces column is by Tim Baker. Enjoy!

  I’m glad Bitcoin has crashed (relatively) and I think you should be too. Actually, it's not that Bitcoin has crashed so much as the USD/BTC exchange rate has plummeted. That rate has absolutely nothing to do with the technology that is Bitcoin. Right now, Bitcoin is most prominently used as a medium of exchange, and …

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Will Bitcoin Recover from MtGox’s Collapse?

MtGox has been having some serious issues recently. I will summarize for those who may not know yet, but my primary goal here is not to describe every detail. Rather, I want to respond to these events and explain what I think it means for the future of Bitcoin. The exchange rate has already …

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Is Bitcoin In a Bubble?

The value of the Bitcoin has been making record highs recently. While many love this, others are concerned that the spike is simply a bubble. We have been here before. Early on in its existence, Bitcoin soared to $30 and then crashed. Later, we hit highs over $250 and then crashed again. Now we are well over $600 and some fear that this spike too is artificial. Will the price crash yet again? Are we …

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