They say that the US dollar price is artificially propped up by the fact that nations have to buy US dollars to buy oil.
Well, people have to buy bitcoin BTC to buy most other cryptocurrencies. Doesn't that artificially boost the BTC price?
What happens when more and more altcoins establish their own crypto-fiat pairings, like electroneum just announced, for example? (Starting this month, you can buy electroneum directly with euro and the Turkish lira.)
What happens to bitcoin's price when m...
In the past, Ethereum ETH rolled back its blockchain to erase an event where millions of dollars worth of ETH were stolen. This was done with the approval of Ethereum's founder and most of its community.
A minority, however, refused to roll back the blockchain on the principle that blockchains are supposed to be immutable. This group retained the original blockchain, which records the theft incident. This blockchain is now known as Ethereum Classic, ETC.
By forking off the original blockchain ...