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Blockchain Capital’s Spencer Bogart: What Goldman’s Bitcoin Bet Means For The Cryptocurrency | CNBC



Spencer Bogart, Blockchain Capital partner, discusses Goldman Sachs opening a trading desk for cryptocurrency and how it could impact price of cryptocurrencies.
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Blockchain Capital’s Spencer Bogart: What Goldman’s Bitcoin Bet Means For The Cryptocurrency | CNBC

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  2. Bitcoin or blockchain never needed these big banksters…. thats all a load of crap, all it needs is mass adoption and that is inevitable to happen sooner or later. Speculators, manipulators, and other profit obsessed "middle-men" dont bring any new value to the table. All they bring is some media coverage, which is probably the only positive in these Goldman sachs -like entities .

  3. isn't Bitmain slowly taking over majority of nodes via their ASIC miners, potentially allowing them to pull a 51% attack against entire blockchain? can someone explain? I'm a noob and I just wondered if they can do this.

  4. LOL 1:33 Did he say "the physical Bitcoin"?? Even if he did not mean that literally of course, it makes you wonder how many people actually still don't understand that you don't "own" bitcoin, in the sense that you don't have bitcoins sitting in your wallet on your computer or smartphone, they only "exist" on the blockchain. All you "own" is your private keys to your addresses on the blockchain. That's the whole beauty of it.

  5. LOL anything Goldman does YOU DO THE OPPOSITE. Hasn't anyone learned about how they sold bad "assets" (CDO's and CMO's) b4 the 08 crash?

    Why would they give anyone a buy signal when their real intention is pump and dump?

  6. This reminds of the guy who put out the article in the WSJ stating he saw no reason why Bitcoin wouldn't be at $24,000 in a month the day that bitcoin started spiralling downwards. Hilarious. These people have no idea what they are talking about. Those that use the word hodlers also have their head so far up Bitcoin's butt that they can't see what is happening in reality.

  7. Cryptocurrencies have become the biggest distractions for investors. Also, most people own bitcoin at a loss and only a few have made a fortune but this isn't something new. Like the only saying goes early bird catches the worm.

  8. Coinbase is the worst exchange in the space. Doesn’t surprise me to see CNBC shilling for them. Actually, Sort of makes me skeptical of crypto currency in general seeing a bunch of TelePrompTer reading sock puppets talking about it.

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