Dogecoin Cap,,,, I believe there needs to be a Dodgecoin cap. Dodgecoin has been a survivor amongst other in cryptocurrency realm. Surviving over the last 5 years and keeping price changes relative to Bitcoin. Bitcoin has skyrocketed because, there will only ever be 21 million bitcoin circulating.
Can someone explain to me: 1 How nowadays the mined bitcoins from the mining-pools flow to the exchanges where we buy them with our legacy coins? Does an exchange have an agreement with mining-pools? 2 How does a sold amount of bitcoin for other currency is "free" again to use? I thought you could destroy a coin by exchanging it for usd, but that seems not the case? Each coin that's created can never be destroyed and always has an owner? So you can only exchange this? 3 Where can I lookup which amount of bitcoin is bought with fiat currency 4 which amount of coins would be hold with miners? 5 How much bitcoin is still for sale? 6 When people die, I expect there would be a lot of coins unreachable anymore. Would peoply dieing mean, less coins available.... and would that mean more value? But as we can't see which coins are not reachable it would not, right? Otherwise I could foresee a lot of silver and golden bullets ;) We're used to banks that circulate back the belongings to "rightfull" owners, with Bitcoin I miss such service and forsee an enormous coins unusable before the last is mined
Isn't it bad that DogeCoin is going to have an unlimited circulation by 2015, while BitCoin's circulation is limited?
It really bothers me. BitCoin has limited amount of circulated coins, while the DogeCoin is going to be unlimited... Isn't that bad for us? Will we reach the magical 0,01$ per DC and with that being said, finally reach the moon? What's your opinion Shibes? In what period of time the DC is going to reach 0,01$? Or maybe 1$?
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