Scrub question — But serious.


New to bitcoin and will probably get down voted for this question, but I’m going to ask anyways. If I’m correct, over half of bitcoin have already been mined and are owned by someone. Presumably, the owners of this majority equal a small percentage of total consumers in the world. We’ll say 1%, which is probably more than fair. How does this horde of wealth affect the realistic possibility that bitcoin will become as mainstream as, say, the USD?

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