❓QUESTION: We have noticed a sharp rise in energy prices, some crises, shortages of oil and electricity. Does this make us rethink the value of BTC?
The generation and transaction of BTC depend on a large amount of electricity and network energy. If there is an energy crisis, such as water cuts, power cuts, etc., will we be affected? Although gold or paper money will be regulated by policy. At the same time, BTC-related industries are also consuming a lot of energy to support the BTC ecosystem, such as the Binance, trading platform, f2pool, the largest BTC mining pool, and so on. In fact, I still think this is a very vague concept. Maybe it's more worth investing in.
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