Litecoin seems to be the one that will survive alongside Bitcoin long-term. What do you think?
Ethereum purchases seems to be another way to run their network... so as long as their network is running I guess it could go on.
They have been improving throughput, but transaction volume has outpaced their improvements.
Coinbase specifically cited record breaking exchange volumes on Jan. 7 that were “easily 6x what had already been an elevated steady-state request rate.”
Ex-Canadian PM Stephen Harper has said that Bitcoin could be used as a part of a basket of reserve alternatives to the US dollar. He added that central bank digital currencies, or CBDCs, were “inevitable” to some degree at one point, but it would still be subject to various monetary policies. He also expressed his concerns regarding central banks becoming “kind of a general banker” rather than just a financial monitor.