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Have you ever heard of Bitcoin, Ether or ever hear the term Blockchain? If not, you can embark with a basic primer right here. People now have enough Bitcoin to pay for a car outright or make a down payment. Can you accommodate them? WE CAN.

For the past six years, I have observed and observed the development and growth of the crypto-currency movement; and unless you live under a rock, amazing things are happening across the world; and right here in the USA & Canada where most of us live, work and play. What embarked as a paper in two thousand nine detailing a unique peer to peer payment system, is now a technological breakthrough with unbelievable ramifications across the banking world in particular. Bitcoin is the PEOPLES bank. They own their money. They dictate the terms. They are the ideal Internet customer.

Cryptocurrencies are no longer a fad, are 100% legal, and all are totally convertible into bitcoin – which then can be used to purchase any goods and services like you can just like fiat currency.

Expedia, Dell, Overstock, Dish all accept bitcoin, and why not – it's real money. They are among thousands.

Bitcoin is held by millions of people and billions of dollars are available, and these people want to spend their coins and they are, but not with you and not at your store. It's very effortless to accept bitcoin. https://www.coinbase.com/merchants?locale=en-US

A dealer who wishes to accept bitcoin simply needs to sign up with a payment processor like Bitpay or Coinbase. The customer would pay in bitcoin at the current exchange rate, and the dealer would cash out same day, avoiding 100% any market fluctuations so there is absolutely no-risk.

Anyone interested in selling inventory for Bitcoin, let me know what you think.

I’m a true believe that crypto is the future.

The blockchain by itself is set to revolutionize many industries and concepts like Ethereum is going be what the internet originally intended to be but fell brief because of regulation.

Blockchain aside, and getting to crypto currency, this is going to be a superior store of value. While bitcoin pricing may be volatile, we haven’t even begun to see its real growth in the mainstream. Just the other day on a bitcoin forum there was mention of a car dealer in Utah accepting bitcoin.

It’s real. It’s here to stay.

Especially since Bitcoin has skyrocketed in value. Coinbase is the best platform out there.

Tim Ferriss just did a podcast all about Crypto and Bitcoin with the dude who created bitgold. Which turns out to be the platform that bitcoin was built on. Here is some more info.

I am totally with you that Cryptocurrencies are on track to be the fresh money.

Nick Szabo (@NickSzabo4) is a polymath. The breadth and depth of his interests and skill are truly astounding.

He’s a computer scientist, legal scholar, and cryptographer best known for his pioneering research in digital contracts and cryptocurrency.

The phrase and concept of “smart contracts” were developed by Nick with the objective of bringing what he calls the “highly evolved” practices of contract law and practice for the design of electronic commerce protocols inbetween strangers on the Internet. Nick also designed Bit Gold, which many consider the precursor to Bitcoin.

This wide-ranging conversation is co-hosted by Naval Ravikant, a mutual friend and one of the most successful investors in Silicon Valley, who also happens to be one of Nick’s thickest admirers.

We cover a lot, including:

  • What is Bitcoin, what are cryptocurrencies, and what problem do they solve?
  • What is “social scalability?”
  • What is Ethereum and what makes it unique? Strengths and weaknesses?
  • How will clever contracts actually get adopted or go mainstream?
  • What are ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings)?
  • Blockchain governance — is there any existential risk?
  • “Wet” versus “dry” code
  • Pascal’s scams
  • Quantum thought
  • What fields will you be working on in the future?

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