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BITCOIN DEAD ¿?

frank (crabby12)
Nov 06 2018 at 15:17
9 posts
Once the futures markets get started for Cryptocurrencies the market will begin to settle down. Governments will start to slowly apply pressure on these unregulated markets to find tax dodgers and scam artists and that will also help to decrease the volatility. Eventually governments will figure out a way to profit from the Cryptocurrency Gold Rush Free Money Bonanza and everything will slowly and awkwardly move toward an orderly market. Just watch some trust videos here https://blockchain.intellectsoft.net/blog/rethink-trust-8-ted-talks-about-trust/
swipka777
Nov 07 2018 at 11:45
1 posts
The bitcoin won’t be the currency of the future. This has various reasons. Some reasons might dissolve in the near future, but only logical outcome is that the bitcoin eventually will only be the blockchain, but not the stored value anymore. One can only hope that this is done gradually, but these things usually happen very sudden and violently leaving a big impact on the world. This will not happen tomorrow, so in the short term future and possibly in our lifetime the bitcoin could be implemented as world currency, but it will die.
jamesgwyther
Nov 07 2018 at 13:10
289 posts
swipka777 posted:
The bitcoin won’t be the currency of the future. This has various reasons. Some reasons might dissolve in the near future, but only logical outcome is that the bitcoin eventually will only be the blockchain, but not the stored value anymore. One can only hope that this is done gradually, but these things usually happen very sudden and violently leaving a big impact on the world. This will not happen tomorrow, so in the short term future and possibly in our lifetime the bitcoin could be implemented as world currency, but it will die.


Bitcoin won't die. It will change and adapt.
Fannel (Faneel)
Nov 07 2018 at 15:52
11 posts
I think bitcoin peaked was a year ago when 1 btc cost $ 20,000.
Compared with that time now the cost of btc is negligible. So I do not believe bitcoin will ever be able to reach the same level again. It will live, but will not reach it peak. And you already think whether it is worth spending your time and money on it.
yellowman94
Nov 08 2018 at 13:23
41 posts
i have a feeling bitcoin will hit the markets again next year in mid. i don't know just a feeling.
TeraPips
Nov 09 2018 at 10:51
19 posts
Adribaasmet posted:
TeraPips posted:
Some said Bitcoin value will be zero in next 10 years, others said it will reach 240,000 in same period. And this goes on for next 10 pages. Thus with this prediction, Bitcoin will stay alive. 😁

I don’t think it can’t be zero because of the value of block chain technology.

It won't be zero in my opinion, which is why I say BTC will stay alive.

yellowman94 posted:
i have a feeling bitcoin will hit the markets again next year in mid. i don't know just a feeling.

I'm not alone, thanks.
Fannel (Faneel)
Nov 09 2018 at 11:18
11 posts
yellowman94 posted:
i have a feeling bitcoin will hit the markets again next year in mid. i don't know just a feeling.

I propose to return this topic next year and discuss whose were right and whose expectations were not justified. I think many traders have something to discuss. Although, as I said earlier, I do not believe bitcoin will again be able to reach its peak. It's my feelings. So let's see.
AmDiab
Nov 11 2018 at 08:17
718 posts
yellowman94 posted:
i have a feeling bitcoin will hit the markets again next year in mid. i don't know just a feeling.

I see, lots of crypto experts also predicting bullish movements as like the 2017! Let’s see, what we get actually.
millerwe
Nov 12 2018 at 08:28
14 posts
yellowman94 posted:
i have a feeling bitcoin will hit the markets again next year in mid. i don't know just a feeling.
me too. i am expecting bullish movements next year as well.
jamesgwyther
Nov 12 2018 at 09:12
289 posts
Bitcoin could well become like the gold standard, but not sure it will hit the heights everyone says
AniLorak
Nov 15 2018 at 07:40
920 posts
jamesgwyther posted:
Bitcoin could well become like the gold standard, but not sure it will hit the heights everyone says

Maybe; but I see today’s price is below 6K; even it’s around 5.5K.
jamesgwyther
Nov 15 2018 at 10:48
289 posts
AniLorak posted:
jamesgwyther posted:
Bitcoin could well become like the gold standard, but not sure it will hit the heights everyone says

Maybe; but I see today’s price is below 6K; even it’s around 5.5K.

I think it will go down to $4000(and I will be trading it down)
Jingyi
Nov 15 2018 at 11:17
8 posts
Today could be the day bitcoin dies. Down to $5k now. Is this the beginning of the end. It really could go down to zero.
vontogr (togr)
Nov 15 2018 at 14:37
4862 posts
Jingyi posted:
Today could be the day bitcoin dies. Down to $5k now. Is this the beginning of the end. It really could go down to zero.

Or it is good time to buy below 6,000 and sell once it goes above 6,000
Tiffany (TiffanyK)
Nov 16 2018 at 08:33
427 posts
togr posted:
Jingyi posted:
Today could be the day bitcoin dies. Down to $5k now. Is this the beginning of the end. It really could go down to zero.

Or it is good time to buy below 6,000 and sell once it goes above 6,000
That's what I am thinking as well. Might be a good time to make a quick flip by riding the side movements.
Accept the loss as experience
Adribaasmet
Nov 19 2018 at 11:01
994 posts
Now the price is around 5000$ and already broken a strong support level; now I’m scared.
Fannel (Faneel)
Dec 19 2018 at 08:49
11 posts
It's almost next year already and the BTC now is $3500. I'm not believe it will raice again.
niceGLer
Dec 22 2018 at 19:13
169 posts
I think the greatest reason for its fall is that btc is not backed by any government. Probably it has enemies, too.. I think that bitcoin is on its death spiral down.
AniLorak
Dec 23 2018 at 08:10
920 posts
Faneel posted:
It's almost next year already and the BTC now is $3500. I'm not believe it will raice again.

Now, it’s around 4000$ & the last week was full of entertainment! Don’t lose your hope yet!
Adribaasmet
Dec 23 2018 at 08:30
994 posts
niceGLer posted:
I think the greatest reason for its fall is that btc is not backed by any government. Probably it has enemies, too.. I think that bitcoin is on its death spiral down.

Yes, it’s an important issue but BTC just added on NASDAQ; and I see, many experts are expecting bullish movements now.
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