CoinDesk Director Of Research On Bitcoin: Mining A New Asset Class | CNBC

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CoinDesk Director Of Research On Bitcoin: Mining A New Asset Class | CNBC

Nolan Bauerle, CoinDesk director of research, discusses bitcoin’s momentum, cryptocurrency investing and the keys to digital security.

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21 Thoughts to “CoinDesk Director Of Research On Bitcoin: Mining A New Asset Class | CNBC”

  1. Hey bald dude…with tremendous power (Bitcoin) comes tremendous responsibility (don't lose your keys). If you want warm fuzzy feelings stick with your Mommy and Daddy fiat currency.

  2. First time I hear a smart guy sitting there and telling real stuffs about bitcoin and Digital Assets. Bitcoin is not the only Digital Asset tho please start paying attention to the real game changers…Thank you

  3. Kevin OLeary clueless abt BTC. Wants there to be a back door if you lose your key. So he can feel "warm and fuzzy" inside.

    If you lose the combo to your safe, what happens? Same thing here you moron

  4. Bitcoin was almost hacked once!! It was a really clever convoluted social engineering attack! Bitcoin did survive but now it's named Bitcoin Cash. 🙂

  5. CNBC messed up and allowed someone who actually knows how Bitcoin works onto the broadcast. Good thing they shut him down before he could explain too much. Otherwise CNBC could be accused of misleading the public.

  6. Isn't that guy a reality tv host or something?

  7. you need to be able to pay rent with it though, otherwise not very useful to the community

  8. Sorry.. A person with a $1200 dollar miner can't produce one bitcoin… maybe 20-30 dollars a day in bitcoin at best. By the time the machine could make a bitcoin the difficulty in producing one would have already made it obsolete 5x or more over. So even fielding that question without correcting the host was an error.

  9. Correct me if I'm wrong here, but if one is using crypto for illegal activity the account must be blocked and the coins should return to 'treasury' so others could mine them.

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  11. If you lose your 90 million in bitcoin, thats bad for you Kevin, but good for the scarcity of bitcoin. Bitcoin can be lost forever or destroyed by fire, water, surge. Most will be lost by people not leaving keys, passwords, instructions to their beneficiaries or in a will before they die. The supply curve could push the price extremely high in the long-term.

  12. Lol those losing the key questions are stupid. So if you lost your $100 in the river, will the banks give it back or find it for you? Lol

  13. That girl in the middle knows nothing about Bitcoin..and is 100% scripted.

  14. kevin o'leary can kiss my @ss..he has NO understanding of Bitcoin or the blockchain..and most money laundering has and still is done with fiat currency!! also, lost Bitcoin?? yes, some has been lost due to some people being careless and exchanges have been hacked..but fiat currency once lost or stolen is rarely ever recovered (even a USA bank account with FDIC insurance, has a limit on how much one can get back..and even then, the conditions/situation has to qualify for reimbursement)…and fiat is, currently, still what gets used by the majority in this world..but i don't see him questioning the safety or validity of the US or Canadian dollar..he's such a slimy schill for big banking and big government.

  15. Unfortunately, this guy explains things way to complicated, he doesn't know how to talk to people who have no idea about this topic. For example, he says, you can't find the key that would allow another block into the chain. That does not mean anything to the guys on the panel. He should have said, you can't find the key that would allow to move the funds out of the wallet or to another wallet.

  16. So what if the government decides that your 90 million is theirs.

    But you were smart and put your 90 million on a hard wallet or usb.
    Then your 90 million is still yours.

  17. One more problem is that Bcash is centralized. It was created and marketed by Roger Ver, the truth is that if Roger Ver dies, Bcash will go to nearly zero.

    If Vitalik dies, Ethereum will tank as well. Same for a lot of these teams. On the other hand, if a BITCOIN developer dies, BITCOIN continues all the same unscathed. BITCOIN is the most decentralized coin in that sense. And so I say GO….BITCOIN….GO . The king of crypto .

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