Here’s a recap of the recent discussion about Bitcoin between Bloom-X co-founder Ramon Tayag and Rebittance co-founder Miguel Cuneta.
The pandemic and a failed acquisition from FTX-tied Genesis Block HK served as a blow that halted pioneer crypto exchange Rebittance.
Debate has sparked over Ordinals, the NFTs on the Bitcoin network on whether it’s necessary or something that just clogs the network.
“In terms of its foundational technology, the development of its ecosystem, and the growth of the understanding of the public, the metrics are all pointing up.”
“Bitcoin also is what enabled all of the other things that we see today – play-to-earn, all of these things, smart contracts, Ethereum, other cryptocurrencies – they’re all here because of the invention of Bitcoin.”
“Learn as much as you can about Bitcoin and what it means from a technological, monetary, and network standpoint. Bitcoin is still very new.”
Miguel Cuneta: Excited to see the local developments on other fast-growing fronts such as NFT crypto art and gaming. Most of all, looking forward to Bitcoin solidifying its position as the digital gold of our networked age and becoming the internet’s primary native monetary network for generations to come.
#CryptoPH’s Miguel Cuneta on ANC Market Edge. At the other side of the world, Ripple faces a battle with the U.S. SEC.
Miguel Cuneta: I have a multi-year or even multi-decade view of the industry, and I am looking forward to the same thing since I started in 2014, and that’s Bitcoin becoming a global standard for open, transparent, borderless, and censorship-resistant value transfers on a massive scale. We are barely scratching the surface of what is possible.
The leading figure of the Philippine blockchain community, find out what Miguel Cuneta of SCI Ventures thinks about the future of blockchain in 2019.