There was a time when the value of bitcoin was skyrocketing and kept starring headlines, but from autumn 2014 the thing was softening and went down. Now, after a small hint of a comeback, the bitcoin is back above $400, reaching levels not seen since the summer of 2014.
As I wrote these lines, the value of bitcoin stands at $455.7. In TechCrunch start to speak of a “second comeback”, heralding a new golden age for this virtual currency and completely anonymous. Will they have faith that pushed for this currency? Is there still a future beyond a very specific use of the experts?
Everything is to see how continues to evolve its currency value, use, and especially in legislation. Few countries considering the bitcoin as a currency, although it seems that now the laws begin to move about.
The struggle to find the creator of the bitcoin
Debates about its evolution and future aside, the forces of law are immersed in seeking the original creator of this coin. After the disappointment of Satoshi Nakamoto, it now appears that the Australian Craig Steven Wright is the one with the ballots to be identified as responsible. And yet if known, the creator of the coin can be seen as an attempt to break the system of foreign exchange through an anonymous, universal currency in the network and has been nominated for the Nobel in economics. The bitcoin remains shrouded in a fog of operations against them and supports their favor.