Obviously... more than 7 transactions a second are needed if the BTC blockchain is going to grow..... what to do and when is a new focus for the entire CryptoCurrency segment and traders. Are there even other potentials too? - Forks which leave BTC behind? Will `value' be driven by practical usage for business and banking - including non BTC options/coins?
Lots of breaking and interesting developments in just the last couple weeks... wanted to get a few of those trends and so forth into your vision... worth your read.
Here's the call for the blockchain size to double by November 2015 while others are calling for a change in the fee structure of BTC up to a 20 fold increase.
All of the calls above are because of a relative explosion in BTC usage recently... as shown by a variety of links below.
It does seem that some Americans are getting the idea.
BTC is being seen as a hedge against inflation in crappy economies based on higher value currencies... Is Greece next?
over 2,500 already
a way to avoid the capital controls in China, interesting read
MEANWHILE IN AMERICA
SIMILAR BIG-TIME MOVEMENT?
Is Ribbit.Me in the forefront - RibbitRewards (coin)
Sounds like we are talking REAL money here
(he says in 15 years)
Coinbase has established itself as on top of the BTC experience in America IMO
the unbanked is a huge market potential, obviously
Paul has been silent for too long? Article is from Gary Johnson who was the Libertarian Candidate before.
Could this idea be a catalyst?
Are you convinced yet that you might want to own some Bitcoin?