Mt. Gox's CEO resigns from Bitcoin Foundation

The Future of Bitcoin - Deciphering "2016"

"Jinyoung Lee Englund, a spokeswoman for the Bitcoin Foundation, a Washington-based nonprofit that promotes bitcoin, said she thinks the currencies can coexist in the same way investors use more than one commodity as a store of value. 'If bitcoin is like gold, litecoin is like silver,' she said.
Mr. Thomas, who mined his digital coins using his computer, says many more currencies will gain value. He is confident his pile, which he said is now worth about 8 bitcoins, or about $4,384, will be worth more than $10 million by next November.
"There have been so many times where in the past, I've been right at the right spot and unwilling to take the big risk, and as a result I look back and say, 'Why didn't I do that?' " he said.
If Thomas is right then we are looking at a new wave of wealthy investors by the end of 2014. Due to the production of ASIC equipment and the abundance of companies jumping on board to accept Bitcoins, we can probably expect each Bitcoin to skyrocket between $750,000 and $1,000,000 before it is all over. Most businesses, however will be using fractions of Bitcoins and even Litecoins for smaller businesses like restaurants. As we press into 2016, we can already see the formation of the new digital economy."
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Extended interview with Jinyoung Lee Englund

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