2016 is going to be a big year for Bitcoin, according to Ansel Linder, founder of BlockchainIO in Omaha.
Even Forbes is fueling the Bitcoin fire with a recent article, “Should you invest in Bitcoin? 10 Arguments In Favor As Of December 2015.”
“The smart money is going to get into Bitcoin first, and that includes business people and investors,” said Linder. “That money will come in the next year. After that, then that smart money will create the innovation that will bring in the consumers.”
Linder and his Mini Computing, LLC co-founder Steve Johnson recently introduced the world to their Bitcoin Mini, an open source hardware node on the Bitcoin network.
“The Bitcoin network is a decentralized network. It’s a collection of nodes that are all speaking the same language and sending transactions back and forth,” explains Linder. “The network also shares a database, and that’s one of the most revolutionary things about Bitcoin; it’s a public and transparent database. Every node has a copy of the same database, and that’s how it keeps the whole network honest. Everybody can check the books at any time that they want to.”
Nevertheless, as the Bitcoin user