🔴 Peter Schiff Debates on Bitcoin, Blockchain, Gold



Peter Schiff Debates bitcoin bubble, bitcash, Litecoin, Ether, gold, dollar, market, blockchain, satoshi, crypto and cryptocurrency, Inflation, on RT December 21st …

34 Comments

  1. Ahhh sir before I ask you a Bitcoin question I really need for you to fix your crooked pee wee Herman red tie..please…it's distracting my questions…so fix it ..can we go into commercial

  2. Peter was right. When this aired, Bitcoin was right at its height around $15k, then a year later it dipped to $3k. Today it trades around $7k

  3. Buy gold & silver. Take ownership of it. If you don't hold it you don't own it. If you have access to bitcoin then buy gold. Don't be a fool. Think of your child.

  4. I looked at bitcoin in 2016. I fundamentally didn't trust it. Sure I could have made a lot of money on it and I lost out but i didn't trust it at the time. Its a falling market now and unfortunately, I know a good person taht I;'m sad ploughed way too much money into bitcoin as the bubble was been blown up. Gold has been money with a 5,000 history. Gold is embeded in our consciousness as having value. Bitcoin is around for 10 years or so. I'm going with Peter.

  5. if you don't have the internet access…your bitcoin is useless and unaccessible. it's all gamble unless you can see or touch it.
    how to lose a debate: look unprofessional, raise your voice , & be unfocused ie: drinking.

  6. With all do respect, both of these guys are idiot's. Neither of them know what they hell they are talking about. No wonder people dont understand blockchain or money for that matter.

  7. Blockchain technology has the potential to almost 100% eliminate fraud. That’s the key advantage it has over gold and silver. Once enough people trust it as money and it’s value becomes more stable I’d have no problem considering it money.

  8. 4:00 it's worse than only having a car with no railways and no engine. At least the car would be worth the effort and resources of creating it. Because the coins are so cheap to produce they don't have much inherent value.

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