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Live Q and A with two crypto experts on IGTV - 7th Feb

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Hi all - we have a very exciting question and answer session with two crypto experts which will be broadcast live on 7th Feb at 5pm GMT. You can check out our IG.com post here (or see the below) for more information, but the long and short of it is you can watch the video live on our YouTube channel or via @IGTV on Twitter

 

Please use the hashtag #IGCryptoChat to interact and ask questions to the panel! 

 

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Hi  - we will be posting the live video (probably after any minor edits required) somewhere to IG.com along with accompanying text / article. If you have any questions you would like to leave please add them as a reply to this post and I'll forward them onto the appropriate team. 

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will Bitcoin likely be regulated as a security in the us?

will decentralised exchanges be the next big move? as i understand peer to peer lending and over the counter options have been the method for the Chinese since the crackdown.

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Thanks for your questions. If you have anything further to add which comes to mind today please make sure you post here, preferably as soon as possible, however we will check before we go on air. 

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For anyone who would like like to watch the interview please see this link.

 

Thanks for the feedback  - I'll make sure to pass it on. 

 

Decentralization is relatively subjective. Some believe ethereum isn't decentralized because so much prominence is given to Vitalik and the core team, others argue bitcoin is centralised with events like the New York Agreement, the core dev team and Chinese miners, and arguably Stellar can be seen in the same light.

 

Of the 103 Bn XLM in total supply 85 Bn is held by the stellar.org organisation, and with there only being about 20 people in the team it can be seen as centralized. On the other hand, from a technological point of view, you could have a stronger argument for decentralization given node distribution. 

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