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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Face insider | Ten years of bitcoin journey | Bitcoin value in next 5 Year .

LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin, the world’s first and most famous cryptocurrency, celebrates its tenth birthday on Wednesday.

Its emergence has spawned a multitude of other digital currencies, brought blockchain technology to global attention, and vexed regulators worried about its crime misuse and weakness to hacking.

The following are some major milestones in bitcoin’s first decade:
Oct. 31, 2008 The still-unidentified Satoshi Nakamoto releases a nine-page academic paper that sets out how bitcoin would work. “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” also gives the first description of the blockchain decentralized ledger, the technology that underpins the digital currency.

Jan. 3, 2009 Nakamoto mines the first “block” of bitcoins on the blockchain. Days later, Nakamoto sends bitcoins in its first ever transaction.

Jan. 12, 2009
The first bitcoin transaction takes place between Nakamoto and developer Hal Finney. The transaction is recorded in block 170.
Oct. 12, 2009
Martti Malmi, a software developer from Finland, sends 5,050 bitcoins for $5.02 to NewLibertyStandard, one of the regulars in a bitcoin forum. The transaction is realized using PayPal. The bitcoins are used to seed a new bitcoin exchange site called New Liberty Standard.
October 2009
The New Liberty Standard establishes the value of bitcoin at 1,309.03 bitcoins to 1 dollar.
February 2010
The world’s first bitcoin market is established by dwdollar.
May 22, 2010 Software developer Laszlo Hanecz buys two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins, widely seen as the first time the digital currency is used for its intended purpose - the purchase of goods.
July 7, 2010
Bitcoin’s new software is released by the community of developers and over the next five days, there is a ten-fold increase in its exchange value - from US$0.008 per bitcoin to US$0.08 per bitcoin.


Ø  Wences Casares – $1,000,000 (by 2027)
Ø  Chamath Palihapitiya – $1,000,000 (by 2037)
Ø  John Pfeffer – $700,000 (no date)
Ø  John McAfee – $500,000 (by 2020)
Ø  Jeremy Liew – $500,000 (by 2030)
Ø  Mark Yusko – $400,000 (no date)
Ø  Roger Ver – $250,000 (no date)
Ø  Kay Van-Petersen – $100,000 (by 2027)
Ø  Tom Lee – $91,000 (by 2020)
Ø  Tai Lopez – $60,000 (mid-term)
Ø  Ronnie Moas – $50,000 (2020)
Ø  Thomas Glucksmann – $50,000 (2018)
Ø  Masterluc – $40,000 to $110,000 (by 2019)

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