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  • 4 Reasons Why Bitcoin Hasn’t Caught On…Yet

    ​​If you are inside of the Bitcoin community, congratulations! You are more on top of your economic future than 99.99% of the world’s population. You are sitting on the cutting edge, an early adopter, making history. You probably understand just how special Bitcoin is, and may be confused as to why everybody else isn’t going through Bitcoin-mania. Let’s look at 4 reasons why Bitcoin hasn’t taken the world by storm. Maybe you can do something to help “The Future of Money” grow in 2017 and beyond.

    Ignorance

    The biggest problem facing Bitcoin around the world is that the world really doesn’t know about Bitcoin’s capabilities. Hell, there are still a couple of billion people in the world who really don’t use the Internet, so they definitely aren’t using Bitcoin. Other may be older, or less tech savvy, and would not be attracted to something so advanced. If we all just sent any positive Bitcoin news out once a week to our social circles that could help generate some curiosity.

    Bad press from mainstream media

    Bitcoin is getting some good press right now, but it had to more than double in value over the course of 2016 in order to get it. Otherwise, the mainstream media, many times bought and paid for by commercial banking interests, are not about to promote Bitcoin to the masses. There are virtually no advertising dollars from the bitcoin community going to the mainstream media, so what’s in it for them?

    The established financial players who are buying time are really in the mainstream are really competing with Bitcoin’s contrarian message, so when there is bad news, expect to hear about it in the MSM. The only time many people have heard of Bitcoin was when someone is getting ransomware for it, or an exchange folds and millions are lost, so it hasn’t made a good first impression in the mainstream.

    Not needed in influencial markets

    Bitcoin right now does two things. It is a pretty good investment and a fledgling global currency. The fact is the world has Visa, Mastercard, and Amazon 1-touch, so the digital currency angle is going to take awhile to hit home. Life is pretty convenient with payments if riddles with identity theft and counterparty risk. The places that could use Bitcoin the most really don’t have the investment potential or online infrastructure to use it properly. The United States tends to be the global; trendsetter, and as long as the U.S. Dollar is the global reserve currency, America is not going to be big into Bitcoin any time soon, so Bitcoin will have to start its own fire.

    Intimidating

    Bitcoin has come a long way in the three years I’ve been involved in the community as far as its usability, but it still has the perception of being difficult to use. With new debit cards, of good quality, now being able to spend Bitcoins like cash, that should help the mainstream going forward. Hey, my Mom uses it, so it really can’t be that hard to use at this point, but the perception still needs to be overcome and start catching up with reality. It could be easier, but its good enough right now.

    I created Bitcoin Video University to educate the mainstream, so feel free to send any newbies you know my way, but we can all do our part to promote Bitcoin. Come up with an “elevator pitch,” (or use this one) send out a tweet when you hear good Bitcoin news. Bitcoin does not have a public relations department except in us. We can all do more for Bitcoin adoption. Make a New Year’s resolution to stand up for Bitcoin mass adoption, and drop a note to your social media outlets on how well Bitcoin is doing. It’s the least we can do.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • Unocoin, India’s Largest Bitcoin Service Provider, Expands With PayUMoney Partnership

    ​The Bitcoin market in India is heating up with every passing week, and as 2016 comes to a close, the market has a ton of momentum heading into 2017. Unocoin, the premier Bitcoin service provider in India has just inked a partnership with another payment leader in India, merchant services company PayUMoney, to make buying and selling Bitcoin easier than ever

    The partnership between the two is major news, for those who use online payments in India, which is a relatively small but growing market niche. PayU is the payments leader in for merchants in India, controlling almost 60% of India’s e-commerce space. PayUBiz counts Jet Airways, Amazon, Airtel and Snapdeal among its clients.

    "The partnership with PayU is coming at a time when we are seeing a huge increase in the number of wallet users in India,” said Sathvik Vishwanath, CEO of Unocoin. “The ease with which payments can be made via wallets like PayU is certainly going to benefit the Bitcoin buyers and increase accessibility to Bitcoin markets. This is our Christmas gift to Unocoin users."

    Founded in 2013, Unocoin operates a trading platform that enables Indians to buy, sell, store, use and accept bitcoin. With well over 100,000 active customers, Unocoin processes more than 200 Million Rs, or almost $3 Million USD, monthly. This represents a significant amount of business given the fact that the average Indian makes around $30 USD in daily income. Unocoin offers customers Rs 200 (about $3 USD) for opening a new account.

    PayUmoney is currently used by more than two lakh (200,000) merchants across India, so this should spur even wider Bitcoin adoption in 2017, and they claim a user base of approximately 30 million.

    The economic market in India has been turned upside down with the demonetization created by Prime Minister Modi and the central banking system in early November. The popular 500 and 1000 Rs bank notes were decommissioned without notice, ATM are either empty or not working properly at all, and the new 2000 Rs bank note is not attracting much demand.Companies like ZebPay and Unocoin are seeing their Bitcoin businesses in India grow by orders of magnitude every month, and partnerships like this are not just desirable, but for many in the region, becoming necessary.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • Bitcoin Progress Report: India Counts over 1 Million Bitcoin Users

    ​​Bitcoin gets a lot of headlines for the criminal minority that use it for illegal means. The fact of the matter is that for every person who uses it to make committing a crime easier, there are 10 people who use it because it is a better way to do real business.

    For those who see all of the built-in compromises in an established paradigm, Bitcoin attracts those who see a brighter future, with fewer fees, faster transactions, and more pure value delivered each time. Today, BitConnect looks at the nation of India to see how Bitcoin is progressing in what will one day become the world’s most populated country.

    Bitcoin’s Local Image Has Improved Dramatically

    According to MSN, there are approximately one million Bitcoin users or enthusiast in India alone, from all walks of life. People have discovered that it is not a dark, criminal weapon, but a new piece of technology that can help anyone do business better. Mohit Kalra of Delhi had mined Bitcoins since 2010, but had no way to spend them, so he created Coinsecure to exchange them into Indian Rupees easily, trading 9000 Bitcoins each month. In India, there are more women who use Bitcoin than in Western culture, with about 15% of Coinsecure’s business coming from women, mostly over age 30.

    Sandeep Goenka joined Saurabh Agrawal and Mahin Gupta to form ZebPay, an app lets smartphone users buy and sell bitcoins. It also lets them spend bitcoin to pay their cell phone and DTH cable TV bills, buy data and talk time top-ups and detailing and pizza vouchers, just like they’d spend regular money. The 13- month-old company’s trade turnover was 18,700 bitcoins or about Rs 75 crore last month. Their app crossed 1 lakh downloads across Android and iOS, last month.

    Cash is unwieldy and unsafe,” says Vishal Gupta, creator of SearchTrade, which pays contributors in Bitcoin. “Cheques and credit cards need banks, but banks are incentivised to take risks, so they keep making a mess and get bailed out at the literal cost of the people. (Bitcoin) is operated by the very people who use it, so it offers the accountability and trust that our banks cannot. It also has no geographical boundaries. Unlike a dollar, a dirham or a rupee, a bitcoin has the same value the world over.”

    Shubham Nawariya began his business as a Bitcoin broker as a side business while in graduate school for computer science. He now trades full-time, moving about three Bitcoins daily, helping people send value worldwide. Updating people on what Bitcoin is really about is a full-time job.

    “I have to keep explaining to people that, in India, no one is interested in buying drugs with bitcoin,” he says, laughing. “It’s for sending money anywhere, in a few minutes, with no leaks, instead of running around between banks the whole day. And, of course, to stash your wealth.”

    Bitcoin’s currency technology, including its vaunted blockchain technology, is clearly a cut above the current status quo. If countries like China and India continue to gravitate towards this form of digital currency, with over 2.5 Billion people between them, Bitcoin is really most likely to become “the future of money.”

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • How to Safely and Easily Retire on Bitcoins

    Many people, particularly in modern Western culture, tend to look down upon the digital currency Bitcoin. With literally a wealth of high-value monetary and investment options, Bitcoins, and the moderate-to-high amount of risk they represent, Bitcoins are commonly seen through the eyes of the mainstream media, and are left misunderstood, and forgotten.

    Is this wise, though? Any financial advisor worth their salt will tell you that 10% of any retirement portfolio should include high-risk, high-yield investments, and Bitcoin capably fits that persona to a T. Only how do you add Bitcoins to your future financial plan? Let’s take a look at one path you might take through the standard financial channels that may prove beneficial in the years to come.

    IRAs are popular, but not especially Bitcoin-friendly

    What Americans call an IRA, (or an Individual Retirement Account, it may be structured the same but called something different where you are) allows annual investment in the range of $5,500-6,500 per year. This would buy about 11-13 BTC, currently. These are mostly set up by your local banks or broker-dealers and they’ll have stocks, bonds, mutual funds and certificate of deposits (CDs) as their investment vehicle. Safe, with less-than-stellar returns, and they keep the wheels of the economic status quo turning quite nicely. Banks have no real interest in buying Bitcoins. Nothing innovative, much less desirable, to see here.

    However, outside of the traditional assets, there lies a great opportunity for diversification by purchasing and holding assets such as real estate, promissory notes, tax lien certificates, gold, and yes, even Bitcoins. Investors can take the route of self-directed IRAs, or SDIRAs, through commercial or private custodians and trustees. The process to add Bitcoins to your self-directed IRA is fairly simple, straight forward, and fast.

    It involves opening a self-directed IRA through a secure e-sign application; then the new account is funded via a rollover or transfer. Finally, the investor needs to complete a Bitcoin allocation order, as all of your money probably will not end up in Bitcoins.

    “Bitcoin puts the power to create money back into the people’s hands. Furthermore, like gold, investing bitcoins in an IRA functions best as a small part of a balanced portfolio,” says Edmund C. Moy, Former Director of the U.S. Mint, and BitcoinIRA’s Chief Strategist.

    IRAs are tax-deferred until you withdraw them, but you can only take your funds without immediate tax or penalty once you reach age 59 1/2. However, you can make a withdraw and perform a “rollover” of the funds into another IRA within 60 days, if necessary. You can also make a new IRA for the year right up to New Year’s Eve, and make your funding deposit by Tax Day, which is April 15th in the United States.

    A self-directed IRA is one smart play for the Bitcoin investor with an eye towards the future. If Bitcoins appreciate at even a quarter of the rate of the last five years (Bitcoins were worth about $0.30 in 2011), you should have one very well-funded retirement that a simple 5-year CD or bond will never dream of competing with.

    If you plan on being around into your 60’s, a look at this type of investment should be seriously considered by investors, both young and old.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • Bitsquare’s Decentralized Currency Exchange is Ready For The World

    After 3 months of extensive testing on the Bitcoin MainNet, the world’s first decentralized Bitcoin exchange is now ripe for a wider audience, entering the Beta launch stage.

    All systems are go!

    Bitsquare’s Decentralized Currency ExchangeThere are many currency exchange options out there, but none quite like BitSquare. Over the course of the last three years, Bitcoin users, in particular, have seen quite a bit of exchange risk, in that the exchange may be here today, gone tomorrow, with your Bitcoins. What if the exchange never had your Bitcoins to begin with? No “hot wallets” or cold storage necessary? A true peer-to-peer platform that works with you, your partner, and a multi-sig moderator that releases the escrow, as needed?

    "(For the last) three months it is running on MainNet, and we’re doing a lot of tests,” Bitsquare founder Manfred Karrer tells The Daily Decrypt. “What makes BitSquare different from normal exchanges is that it is completely decentralized, that means it is decentralized in the infrastructure using a custom peer-to-peer network over Tor (hidden services network,) but no worry, no one needs to install Tor. It is integrated into BitSquare, so it works without any extra setup. It is a desktop application. You just download, install it for any OS, and run it."

    Considering the design of this truly decentralized exchange, BitSquare, based in the UK, does not have to register as a financial exchange and follow common KYC/AML regulations, since it never holds any user funds. He says he has checked with British authorities on this important legal aspect and they have signed off on this level of freedom.

    "BitSquare is never holding any users funds. The bitcoins are either on your local wallet or are locked in a multi-sig transaction. You do not need to register. There is no verification. As long as the exchange is not holding funds and as long as the exchange is not doing the automatic order matching, then there are no regulation requirements."

    BitSquare can work with fiat currencies as well as any altcoin. The currency, for example, Ethereum’s Ether is being converted into USD, would be converted into Bitcoins, then the Bitcoins would be converted into USD. Bitcoin is the key to the BitSquare network, and all funds will be converted into Bitcoin. The two peers do all trades without a third party unless a “mediator” is needed, who will hold the third key in the two-out-of-three multi-sig transaction.

    For more information on how BitSquare works, we have provided the full interview of with Amanda B. Johnson of the now-defunct “The Daily Decrypt” below. To download the beta version of Bitsquare and begin trading, go here.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • Joe Rogan Joins Impressive List of Celebrities Promoting Bitcoin

    Bitcoin is a currency that can help anyone, young or old, man or woman, rich or poor. It attracts people from all walks of life, and it has been attracting the rich and famous over the last few years. Some are attracted to the technology and ideology behind it, and some see its investment value or a means of doing business online. Here we’ll review the latest on top celebs who are promoting or doing business in the digital currency known as Bitcoin.

    Joe Rogan

    Joe Rogan has long been fascinated by Bitcoin and has been an outspoken proponent of using it. In fact, he just tweeted about his unique was of using it this past weekend. In a series of “I’m so woke” messages, he drops some love onto young Bitcoin to his 1.88 million followers.

    Rogan has actually been promoting Bitcoin actively on his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience” since 2014. He had Bitcoin mentor and educator Andreas Antonopoulos on his program three times that year to educate his audience. This at a time when Bitcoin was be derided by the mainstream media for losing dollar value throughout the year.

    Mike Tyson

    IronMike Tyson made news last year when he agreed to endorse his own brand of Bitcoin ATMs for release in Las Vegas casinos. Just off ‘The Strip,” the ATMs were noteworthy for fairly high fees and brash exterior styling. He took some flack for just trying to use Bitcoin to make a quick buck, and responded with this quote:

    “I’m grateful to be a part of the bitcoin revolution and hoping that my participation in this space will lead to more conversations and help increase knowledge and awareness. In no way do I profess to be any kind of bitcoin currency guru. It just seems very interesting and I’m intrigued with the possibilities. In a few years from now, bitcoin and other digital currencies are going to be a normal part of our monetary systems.”

    Nas

    Known as one of the top rap artists in the 21st century, Nas made news about eighteen months ago by partnering with Coinbase to give away BTC to fans through his Facebook page. The Top 100 leaders in a Nas knowledge test would receive Bitcoin as a prize. Earlier this year, Nas reaffirmed his love of the digital currency, anti-government sentiment, and new technologies.

     

    "[Bitcoin] will evolve into an industry as big, if not bigger, than the Internet,” said Nasir Jones, known as Nas. “My man Ben Horowitz really opened my eyes to that point. This isn’t of the Internet age, bitcoin is its own age. I was really inspired by the boundaries people were pushing,” Jones said. “[Bitcoin] seemed like something people bet against because the government doesn’t welcome with open arms what they don’t control. But it is such a big idea that it could never be controlled.”

    Ashton Kutcher

    Kutcher has a long-time love affair with digital currency, as he has been tweeting about it since 2013, long before the other celebs jumped onboard. This doesn’t hurt Bitcoin since Kutcher has a robust Twitter following of well over 17 million followers. Kutcher’s A-Grade Investments was a primary investor in BitGo’s $12 million funding round back in June of 2014, so he puts his money where his Bitcoin is.

    "I think bitcoins are obviously becoming more and more relevant," said the actor at TechCrunch’s Disrupt NY back in May of 2013. “The fact that people are hacking bitcoins really hard, it almost hearkens back to when banks first started and they didn't have safe safes and people were going into the banks and just robbing money out of the safe. It actually validates the value of the money itself," he said. "I think the fact that you can buy drugs and ammo with it is actually (a) validator of the currency itself."  

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • World of Currency Exchange To Decentralize One Week From Today

    They say these things happen in threes. We had the release of OpenBazaar on April 4th, decentralizing the world of e-Commerce through the use of Bitcoin. Then, Storj hits its beta phase exactly seven days later, using a decentralized “Community of farmers” to maintain a cloud full of apps, data and “distributed objects.” And last but not least, seven days from today the currency world will receive a beta version of a fully decentralized currency exchange from BitSquare that will service both fiat and digital currencies.

    Powered by Bitcoin

    There are many currency exchange options out there, but none quite like BitSquare. Over the course of the last three years, Bitcoin users, in particular, have seen quite a bit of exchange risk, in that the exchange may be here today, gone tomorrow, with your Bitcoins. What if the exchange never had your Bitcoins to begin with? No “hot wallets” or cold storage necessary? A true peer-to-peer platform that works with you, your partner, and a multi- sig moderator that releases the escrow, as needed?

    BitSquare is ready to provide that to the market on April 27th. The founder and primary developer, Manfred Karrer, appeared on “The Daily Decrypt” to provide the details of the release and how it works.

    "(For the last) three months it is running on MainNet, and we’re doing a lot of tests, and next week, on the 27th of April, we will have the Beta launch. What makes BitSquare different from normal exchanges is that it is completely decentralized, that means it is decentralized in the infrastructure using a custom peer-to-peer network over Tor (hidden services network,) but no worry, no one needs to install Tor. It is integrated into BitSquare, so it works without any extra setup. It is a desktop application. You just download and install it for any OS and run it."

    Considering the design of this truly decentralized exchange, BitSquare, based in the UK, does not have to register as a financial exchange and follow common KYC/AML regulations, since it never holds any user funds. He says he has checked with British authorities on this important legal aspect and they have signed off on this level of freedom.

    "BitSquare is never holding any users funds. The bitcoins are either on your local wallet or are locked in a multi-sig transaction. You do not need to register. There is no verification. As long as the exchange is not holding funds and as long as the exchange is not doing the automatic order matching, then there are no regulation requirements."

    BitSquare can work with fiat currencies as well as any altcoin. The currency, for example, Ethereum’s Ether is being converted into USD, would be converted into Bitcoins, then the Bitcoins would be converted into USD. Bitcoin is the key to the BitSquare network, and all funds will be converted into Bitcoin. The two peers do all trades without a third party unless a “mediator” is needed, who will hold the third key in the two-out-of-three multi-sig transaction. For more information on how BitSquare will work, we have provided the full interview below.

    Are you more likely to use BitSquare over more established exchanges? Do the level of regulations and verification in current exchanges turn you off to using them? Share and comment below.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • Bitcoin Users May Face Extended Jail Time When Using Bitcoin in Russia

    The nation of Russia has been flummoxed by the advent of Bitcoin for years now. With the global overproduction of oil destroying the profitability of the sale of oil, the primary Russian global export, the Russian Ruble has taken a beating. As Russia competes with producers in OPEC nations and frackers in the U.S. for the oil market, the weakened ruble is having to compete, very indirectly, with new options like Bitcoin for economic value. In response, factions within the Russian government are looking increase bans and criminalization of Bitcoin use, according to Russian Interfax news reporting.

    If you can’t beat it, ban it.

    In September of 2015, the proposal was a punishment of up to two years and up to five hundred thousand rubles for the use of money “substitutes” or surrogates by the citizenry. Bank managers and corporation owners can face up to 7 years. Bitcoin itself would not be illegal to own, but the exchange into cash or non- digital currency would create the legal sanctions.

    The Ministry of Finance has already made anti-Bitcoin legislation proposals since last September , promoting the idea that Bitcoin is used for money laundering and terrorism, which has been debunked by investigations in Great Britain. Conveniently, these proposed sanctions against Bitcoin coincide with the plummeting value of the ruble.

    Keep in mind that these proposals have not been passed into law, and are bills or proposals. The perception of anonymity in Bitcoin use is what regulators believe could make Bitcoin attractive to criminals. These proposals should not dampen Russian interested in using Bitcoin’s blockchain technology in the future to increase economic efficiency. Banks and governments worldwide have found that the more they know about Bitcoin’s technology, the more they want to use it for themselves while banning or devaluing the use of Bitcoin at the same time.

    "We would like to understand how it (blockchain technology) can be used for calculations and payments in our community,” said the deputy chairman of the Central Bank of Russia, Olga Skorobogatov. "But the issue of money substitutes in Russia really is prohibited."

    Competition is good for all consumers, from the production of new cars, to commercial banking options, to the playing of professional sports. Currencies are one of the last bastions of anti-competitive regulations fostered by The State.

    Bitcoin and the world of decentralized cryptocurrencies are here to change that protected game that solely benefits The State in favor of a consumer-biased option of a more valuable, faster, more secure currency. How Russian regulators plan to stop people from selling Bitcoins in Russia for goods or cash directly has not been publicly revealed.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University