With Bitcoin soaring in fortunes after a $40,000 total valuation by the second week of 2021, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency continues to be a favorite of investors who are looking for quick profits. But was Bitcoin created as a commodity to invest in?
Targeting the fragility of the world currencies and their increasing dependency on third-party organisations like banks, a mysterious person named Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin in 2009. Nakamoto saw it to be the currency of the future, and instilled belief in a system that operated on a decentralised network.
Nearly 12 years later, Bitcoin is revolutionising the payments industry and promises to bring a much needed revolution in the way we look at currencies.
Our session aims to take our audience through a roller-coaster ride of facts as we dispel common Bitcoin myths and talk about what Bitcoins represent to the future of world economy.
Join our host Abhiruk Bhattacharyya as he interviews crytocurrency analyst Vasu Singhal and explains why Bitcoins are more than investments.
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