Bitcoins solves some real problems, for example, the periodically absurd cost of exchanging money-related structures and the unbalanced idea of an advanced banking system that is limited by the rule to try to refrain from everything: from insolvency to tax evasion to extortion of information. However, the rules exist because there are obligations, evasion of illegal expenses and extortion of information.
Bitcoins completely bomb the repository of noteworthy trials, given how their wild differences do not hold respect; depending on the amazingly great karma, they either create or destroy it. Bitcoin’s social event is fortune telling, not preservation.
We won’t know until we see what happened on those computers in Tokyo. The crisis should in any case deprive what is left of the appearance of security that Bitcoin’s alleged cryptographic security should provide. Bitcoin is no more verified than the structure that is trying to keep it. The absence of a mark on all the walls, which progressed after some time in the standard system associated with cash, this in no way confirms. It is possible that we repeat these walls in the world of bitcoins, when we need to find out why we were sitting with bitcoins regardless of whether we live dangerously without them.
Reliably there are people who do not trust banks and organizations to check their venture capital reserves. They used to put money in sheets. Some may continue to use Bitcoins. My own assumption is that the likelihood of Bitcoins turning into a standard part, such as check cards or PayPal, is almost zero. Perhaps this is not the beginning of the end of bitcoins, anyway, we certainly watched the end of the beginning.