Don’t think Bitcoin’s supply is finite? You probably don’t understand the tech

Don’t think Bitcoin’s supply is finite? You probably don’t understand the tech

A research firm’s head recently claimed Bitcoin’s capped supply could be changed. Bitcoin’s (BTC) price rise has brought all sorts of comments out of the woodwork. Although many carry a bullish tint, some folks still doubt crypto as a new store of value class. David Rosenberg, the chief economist and strategist, as well as president, of the firm Rosenberg Research & Associates, recently described gold’s supply as more predictable than Bitcoin’s."Everybody seems to believe that we're going to get to that 21 million cap on the supply constraint, but there's really nothing in the protocol to....


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