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Bitcoin & Gresham ' s Law-the economic inevitability of Collapse

@inproceedings{Gring2011BitcoinG,
  title={Bitcoin \& Gresham ' s Law-the economic inevitability of Collapse},
  author={Philipp G{\"u}ring and Ian Grigg},
  year={2011}
}
The Bitcoin economy exhibits remarkable and predictable stability on the supply side based on the power costs of mining. However, that stability is challenged if cost-curve assumption is not solely expressed by the fair cost of power. As there is at least one major player, the botnets, that can operate at a power-cost-curve of zero, the result is a breach of Gresham's Law: stolen electricity will drive out honest mining. This has unfortunate effects for the stability of the Bitcoin economy, and… 
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