Eighty-seven percent of the nation’s top economists think that the digital currency, Bitcoin, has “limited usefulness.” Given the growing popularity of the enigmatic currency, the University of Chicago conducted its famous Initiative on Global Markets (IGM) poll of 38 of the world’s top economists, to see how experts felt about its longterm future. By far the best response came from the former Chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, Austan Goolsbee (a.k.a. LSURussian), who simply wrote, “Hahahaha. ROTFL.”
quote:I tend to trust any assertion that is referenced more than unreferenced assertions. The footnotes are the sources Urban Dictionary used to validate the definition. You are the one who introduced Urban Dictionary as an authority. Now you want to ridicule your own authority when I used it to provide an alternative definition with references to validate my alternative.
You guys are so easy. It's god damn Urban Dictionary. Footnotes?
Your link proves my point, jackass.
Eighty-seven percent of the nation’s top economists think that the digital currency, Bitcoin, has “limited usefulness.”
"Fed bought 108%" of the Treasury debt at a recent debt auction? And when I asked you how is it possible to buy more than 100% of anything, you ran away and hid?