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Michael Goldstein and Pierre Rochard do their first Noded Q&A, fielding questions from Twitter followers.
@patmillertime: What do you find more likely as instigator of hyperbitcoinization, individuals that want hard money, or central banks that need a gold like hedge to price target their fiat? I basically see a few schools of thought forming (Saifedean -> individuals organically flee to hard-money vs. Jal/Juice central banks switch to Bitcoin reserves vs. the payments->adoption premise).
@btcbanksy: Is inflation meant to be a control mechanism, and what are the effects of replacing this mechanism with strict deflation?
The Ethics of Money Production | Jörg Guido Hülsmann (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zYg4E4zbPo)
@adampaulmoore: What asset allocation percentage is appropriate for BTC?
@iwearahoodie: If you had to choose between receiving your salary in ETH or USD which would you choose?
@theflamcake: What is the Most effective elevator pitch you’ve used to persuade a new hodler?
@Kokotheapchild: Effect of MS purchase of github on bitcoin.
What’s your favorite organ meat?
@ShillBillyMcBTC: Would BTC still hold a SoV competitive advantage over USD if it is inflated at the same supply halvening schedule post 2020? Could USD monetary policy be brought in line with BTC supply schedule to minimize effects of hyperbitcoinization?
@Seen41210259: What bitcoin movement effects the price? Online exchange, P2P like Localbitcoin, or P2P on the street, or all three?
Dave Harding / @hrdng: What do you think advocates of the segregated witness soft fork could’ve done better when they were initially communicating about it in late 2015 and early 2016? Or, more practically, what items related to communication do you think should be on a checklist for advocates of the next major soft fork (if there ever is another major soft fork)?
[bitcoin-dev] MAST/Schnorr related soft-forks https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2018-May/015951.html
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