29 Jun '17, 10am

Centralized

Banks’ centralized digital tokens have come under fresh criticism from cryptocurrency experts and Max Keiser . In a Twitter exchange yesterday, Keiser praised the perspective of computer scientist and Bitcoin enthusiast Datavetaren, who reiterated the vulnerabilities non-decentralized schemes face. Datavetaren’s hacking example “demonstrates why centralization (single point of failure) prevents state actors from effectively competing with Bitcoin,” Keiser said. Great point: Demonstrates why centralization (single point of failure) prevents state actors from effectively competing with Bitcoin. — Max Keiser (@maxkeiser) June 28, 2017 Central banks in several countries have expressed particular interest in creating controlled digital tokens for a variety of uses. The People’s Bank of China has extensively researched the concept and began testing a prototype last week. Meanwhi...

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