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Decentralized Monetary System

Rya is a crypto designed to function as a stable, scalable and decentralized medium of exchange. By using a smart money supply solution based on p2p loans, the price of money will always be appropriate for the state of the economy.
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Nutcoin

Nutcoin - The Anti Scarcity Stabilized Currency
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FYI: IF Coinbase gets a banking license, they will be able to legally run fractional reserves. This will effectively increase the bitcoin money supply. /r/Bitcoin

FYI: IF Coinbase gets a banking license, they will be able to legally run fractional reserves. This will effectively increase the bitcoin money supply. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin money supply in USD (log scale)

Bitcoin money supply in USD (log scale) submitted by locster to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

A Little Perspective on the Bitcoin Money Supply

According to recent FDIC data, the average deposits per FDIC insured commercial bank branch in the US was $103 million. So the Bitcoin money supply, at $20 x 10.7 million coins, is equal to slightly more than the deposits in two bank branches. There are slightly over 90,000 bank branch offices in the US.
Data source: http://www.fdic.gov/bank/statistical/
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The real question is how are we going to deal with the overwhelming political pressure that will build to try to change bitcoin's money supply?

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Random Thought: Won't the entire bitcoin money supply eventually all be lost?

Here me out.
I had this thought a while ago when I lost a wallet file. I downloaded an android bitcoin wallet and stored 1 bitcoin in it. I eventually had to re-flash the entire phone due to non-bitcoin related issues and realized that I lost that 1 bitcoin. That wallet file is gone. That bitcoin is gone forever. I can check the address balance, which still says 1BTC, so it exists, but no one on Earth can access that bitcoin.
I'm sure other people have lost their wallet files too.
We know for a fact that at some point in time, the bitcoin money supply will stop growing. There will only be 21,000,000 bitcoin in existence.
People do lose bitcoin from time to time. It happens. With enough time, people consistently losing bitcoin, wouldn't the money supply all be lost (inaccessible) at some point?
I understand this would take decades to happen, but in theory, won't it eventually happen?
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How will Bitcoin Money Supply Loss

I am just wondering how will Bitcoin deal with the lost of bitcoin as time goes on. Given that there is a cap on the number of bitcoin possible to be in existence, it will become incredibly deflationary I assume.
With cash, they can be replaced. But a lot bitcoin that gets lost either through forgetting addresses, passwords or hardware failure; there will reach a point where they were be less and less bitcoins in circulation every day. Is this a problem?
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Bitcoin Money Supply Growing At Faster Rate Than USD

So let me break down the math. Tell me if I get anything wrong.
M2 USD April 23, 2013 ... 9812 billionUSD April 23, 2013 ... 10501 billionUSD Difference in one year = 689 billionUSD Divide. 689/9812 = 7%
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Bitcoin May 8, 2012 ... 9814 thousandBTC May 8, 2013 ... 11129 thousandBTC Difference in one year = 1315 thousandBTC Divide. 1315/9814 = 13%
I understand that the rate will change in the coming decades, but right now it seems like the US dollar is more deflationary than bitcoin.
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Bitcoin Money Supply and Money Creation

Bitcoin Money Supply and Money Creation submitted by JuliaDixon to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How will Bitcoin Money Supply Loss /r/Bitcoin

How will Bitcoin Money Supply Loss /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin money supply in USD (log scale)

Bitcoin money supply in USD (log scale) submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How much does the Bitcoin money supply inflate year by year?

How much does the Bitcoin money supply inflate year by year? submitted by Xekyo to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

"Although it is widely believed that Satoshi was an inflation-hating goldbug he never said this, and in fact programmed Bitcoin's money supply to grow indefinitely, forever." [BIP0042]

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The real question is how are we going to deal with the overwhelming political pressure that will build to try to change bitcoin's money supply? /r/Bitcoin

The real question is how are we going to deal with the overwhelming political pressure that will build to try to change bitcoin's money supply? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Money Supply Days: A Useful Metric for Investors in Bitcoin Stocks

Bitcoin Money Supply Days: A Useful Metric for Investors in Bitcoin Stocks submitted by standardcrypto to BitcoinStocks [link] [comments]

Video: Bitcoin money supply lags Guatemalan Quetzal

Video: Bitcoin money supply lags Guatemalan Quetzal submitted by Egon_1 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin money supply just passed Cyprus

...and Bangladesh (briefly). Next stop Bulgaria!
http://www.coinometrics.com/bitcoin/bmix
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Bitcoin Money Supply Days: A Useful Metric for Investors in Bitcoin Companies

Bitcoin Money Supply Days: A Useful Metric for Investors in Bitcoin Companies submitted by standardcrypto to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin: Market Cap v Money Supply

We should probably not think of the Bitcoin money supply (Price x bitcoin in circulation) as market cap. Better to compare like with like. We can compare with other currencies. We can do this in terms of the M1 money supply (which equates to cash, checking accounts and other "near money" vehicles).
One lightly used currency, the Icelandic Kroner, has M1 of about $3.3 bn at the moment. The population of Iceland is 327,000.
Right now (June 12th) we could say that Bitcoin has an M1 of roughly $10 bn - three times as much, implying (very roughly) a Bitcoin population of about 1 million citizens.
Bitcoin M1 is also a little less than one three hundredth of the MI money supply of the US with its 300+ millions of citizens - which also indicates a Bitcoin population of about 1 million citizens.
Bitcoin is (clearly) also a vehicle for speculation, so this is only a rough equation and does not properly indicate how much Bitcoin usage reflects payments. However the Bitcoin transaction graph has a clear upward trend indicating a growing population of bitcoin users.
This should lead us to expect that if the Bitcoin user population increase by a factor of 10 then so will the price - although it may do more than that because the speculators would probably go wild and create a temporary bubble in the currency's value.
The Bitcoin population will definitely increase by such a factor because it is a viral currency. It is impossible (for me at least) to know how fast that population will grow and what its practical upper limit is.
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Please stop!!!

Stop thinking bitcoins money supply inflation rate (1.8%) is the same thing as US CPI (2%).
The US money supply just went from like $3 trillion to $5 trillion in the last 3 months. That is 70% money supply inflation!
Stop being stupid and comparing bitcoins money supply inflation rate with the US CPI. They are not the same thing.
Bitcoins money supply inflation rate is 1.8%
US dollar money supply inflation rate is 70%
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I just don't trust this guy to look after the world money supply, and him owning 60% of it. #ETH is NOT money, and can never be. #Bitcoin is the standard.

I just don't trust this guy to look after the world money supply, and him owning 60% of it. #ETH is NOT money, and can never be. #Bitcoin is the standard. submitted by ArrayBoy to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitcoin: The money supply grows at a predictable rate with a hard cap of 21 million total Bitcoins and this program is 100% verifiable by anyone... The Fed: There is an infinite amount of cash at the Federal Reserve. [Brrrrr]

Humanity is about to get red-pilled so hard in the next ten years.
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And we wonder why financial institutions have been moving money into Bitcoin? The supply shock is nearing. These low under 100k prices are nice while they last. But they won’t last much longer

And we wonder why financial institutions have been moving money into Bitcoin? The supply shock is nearing. These low under 100k prices are nice while they last. But they won’t last much longer submitted by IToldYouToBuyBitcoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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