David Moskowitz talks about the future of Bitcoin in countries like Cambodia, Kenya, and also covers topics such as Bitcoin market manipulation and the opportunities and challenges facing Bitcoin in the future.
“History has shown that five pillars are essential in a stable society: Food, Security, Health, Prosperity and Knowledge. At the end of every transition the pillar Prosperity is threatened. We have seen this effect at the end of every industrial revolution. Societies will have to make a choice for a new transition to be started.”[…]
We have just completed our interview with Marc Faber in Thailand about the global economy and frontier markets. In the beginning, Marc chooses between Bitcoin or gold– his answer and insight on why at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR-Ilz8trBE
(click to view) Chen Shien from Imaginary Markets joins us in this latest Squawk Walk in Singapore. People choose to walk away with either Bitcoin or gold– which one do they end up picking? And how is the sentiment of gold and Bitcoin different between Asians and Westerners? Find out what people picked, and Singapore[…]
The Chinese Gold Rush to Puerto Rico. Will San Juan take the crown from Detroit as the newest nascent destination for investment in the mainland US? What government has been giving out citizenship like candy? And what is in store for Bitcoin and taxation? Find out more from our latest Squawkonomics interview. Our latest[…]
Our recent Squawk Walk on the streets of Taipei surveyed people at random what they would decide, given a choice to walk away with a gram of gold or a USB stick, loaded with an equivalent value of bitcoin. Did gold or Bitcoin win? Find out inside… Bitcoin or Gold: Whats Next for Currency by[…]
Be on the lookout for our Squawk showdown TODAY on Bitcoin vs. Gold on Twitter @Squawkonomics!!
By: Keith_Hilden In our latest Squawk Walk series, we set out to learn- given a chance to either take Bitcoin or gold, what people of different backgrounds would pick, and why. We asked Chinese tourists, locals, and Westerners in Taipei, and we found, surprisingly, that the rate of acceptance regarding Bitcoin or gold was roughly[…]