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Bitcoin's story cannot be told without the inclusion of both its strongest believers and disbelievers. Healthy skepticism of revolutionary technology is vital because it speeds up development and adoption.
I created “Bitcoin Is Dead” in hopes of playing a [tiny] role in telling its eventual story by tracking its most notable skeptics and documenting important pieces of its history. (Also I think freezing cold takes are pretty funny.)
All Bitcoin obituaries are added manually to ensure accuracy. Daily Bitcoin price data is powered by the Bitcoin Price Index from CoinDesk.
Bitcoin is a consensus network that enables a new payment system and a completely digital money. It's the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network, powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen.
Proponents of Bitcoin advocate that it's one of the most important creations in human history - an opportunity to reimagine how the financial system (and others) can and should work in the Internet era.
If you'd like to learn more about Bitcoin, I'd recommend reading the original Bitcoin white paper.
No, Bitcoin is not dead. In fact, Bitcoin is very much alive. See the activity on the Bitcoin network - market price, average block size, transactions per day, mempool size, total circulation, market capitalization, exchange trade volume, blockchain size, average transaction per block, average payments per block, confirmation times, etc. - here.
That’s for you to determine. Please do your own research. This site is for entertainment purposes only; none of the information displayed is financial advice or recommendation for any investment.