A thought just came to me - throughout the Bitcoin scaling debate, increasing the block size and partial off chain optimizations like SegWit are not the only possibilities. How about shortening the block time (and reducing the block reward in proportion) ?
Trading and Exchanges
Finally we’re there - you can buy Reddcoin for 1 satoshi on Bittrex now. Or rather you can place a buy order at that price and probably have it filled in a week or so with there being 10 BTCs worth or buy orders ahead of you in the queue. The price can go no lower - there is no 9th decimal place. So what this means is that RDD buyers, relative to USD, are guaranteed at least the same return as buying Bitcoin and quite probably better. There’s always the risk that you can’t sell your Reddcoin in the future but those of us beavering away in the background know that to be unlikely. So the question is when will others start waking up to what seems to me to be an incredibly good deal ?
In French - thanks @DeadPool
“La valeur du Bitcoin guidée par un problème d’expansion”
@mdngt I do agree…
Running a full node (just like many other coins) needs a certain level of commitment.
As a note, i have been using the electrum wallet personally as a second wallet for testing.
The plan is to make electrum wallet more broadly acceptable
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