What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin emerged in 2008 and was initially developed as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. Bitcoin can be understood as a value store, meaning that a Bitcoin (or part of a Bitcoin) represents some amount of value. Another way to think of Bitcoin is as a virtual “currency” and payment system. Bitcoin is transferred from one person to another in a transaction, and the value is determined by what someone is willing to pay for it. Read more
[I think this article clarifies that what is open market operations. So, I would like to publish this most important article about Transformations to Open Market Operations written by Stephen H. Axilrod in 1997. – Chandra S. Stha]
– Stephen H. Axilrod©1997 International Monetary Fund
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