Human nature is a hard thing to understand and even harder to predict. In 2009 when people were first learning about Bitcoin, it was hard to imagine it ever taking hold. People were so thrilled when a Bitcoin had grown so much that it was worth $1. If you think about that, a single imaginary digital coin that had no real proven use outside of the community that understood the importance of its blockchain distributed safety net, it was unimaginable how huge a deal it was for it to earn the same logistical value as a dollar. Now, a Bitcoin is worth more than $7,000 and expected to reach $100,000. All of us would love to turn back the clock and get thousands of Bitcoins for pennies, but there is still a great deal to be earned, though it is harder to do so because the price of entry is huge. Learning to trade is the best way to get the maximum value out of Bitcoin. It is a challenge to learn, but can turn consistent small gains into something large when used with discipline.
I dont think it can failpractically as it's not controlled by any third party or single organization but the whole community, the miners, it's users control it so bitcoin to be failed, the whole community has to agree on it which is not likely to happen?
Чтобы работать на фрилансе нужны знания и опыт, а на буксах тебе платят за пару кликов.
Лично я использую буксы, когда мне нужно нагнать рефов.
Плюс если мониторить буксы, то можно получать много полезной инфы.
Holy cow, I didn't even realize that those coins were paired with doge. I just put in a few sell orders, since I'd accumulated quite a bit of some of those and others. They certainly aren't worth much at all, but I'll take all the free dogecoin I can get.
This forum is turning out to be more useful for yobit information than I ever expected. Pretty cool.