0.00047352 BTC | £6.00
Died: More than 380 times (so far) - that’s 34 times a year on average!
Our Death of Bitcoin sock recognises the irony that Bitcoin has survived and continues to thrive, despite what anti-Bitcoin naysayers claim.
The question "Is Bitcoin dead?" is typically sparked by crashes to its price which lead some to see concern for its long-term potential.
Its most recent death and obituary was recorded on March 4 2020 after the next Bank of England governor, Andrew Bailey, publicly alleged that the digital currency has no “intrinsic value”.
These exaggerated rumours are often spread due to a lack of understanding of Bitcoin, its technical qualities and how it works.
Bitcoin is more than an investment (or store of wealth) - it’s different things to different people and can be used to pay for products/services, as a borderless currency for remittance needs and as the first decentralised platform that future applications can be built on.
Long live Bitcoin!
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