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Is this the new Bitcoin, or is this just a stunt gone wrong? Steven Seagal has endorsed a new cryptocurrency titled: ‘Bitcoiin 2Gen’… sounds legit right? We don’t have too much information about this new crypto since it’s in the process of an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) which means, it doesn’t quite exist as of yet. An ICO is a very unregulated means of raising funds for new cryptocurrencies.
According to multiple sources, the use of Bitcoin is leading to surging energy consumption. Some have equated Bitcoin mining practises to the use of Denmark’s entire energy consumption, yikes! This has been raising a lot of concerns about our eco-friendly future and the crypto’s sustainability. It is estimated that by 2020, Bitcoin will use as much electricity as the entire world. This is obviously a huge problem.
As you know, the world of cryptocurrencies have skyrocketed beyond belief. You can now play online casino games using Bitcoin! While many casinos now offer Bitcoin as an acceptable payment method and Bitcoin.com did launch Bitcoin targeted games back in the fall of 2017, these Bitcoin games have been modified to suit player needs.
Luke Ellis, CEO of global active investment firm “Man Group” with a net worth of over $95 billion claims that if Bitcoin futures launch the way they are supposed to, he would take them under his investment inventory wing. In order for this to happen, Ellis claims that Bitcoin must be on the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange).