Danproperty posted: I would say it will back to 50k in September and then will start correction because of psychological pressure. Finally it will be the hard impulse to new tops around 100k or the same flag pattern as we saw in 2017, but then also the growth hard impulse.
I am already waiting for an impulse after the completion of the correction.
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After examining the current and the historical stages of Bitcoin, it seems like it has a very bright future and will stay here. Maybe we all will witness the moment when it will become the main currency of many countries until fingers crossed.
jonathandaniel posted: After examining the current and the historical stages of Bitcoin, it seems like it has a very bright future and will stay here. Maybe we all will witness the moment when it will become the main currency of many countries until fingers crossed.
I prefer not to think about Bitcoin’s future a lot. I don’t give much importance to it. I just take into account two things that contradict each other. First, Bitcoin may have a glorious future. The second scenario is that it’s another market buble and it may burst out. I would easily take both scenarios. I think we should try to earn on Bitcoin until it exists without caring about its future.
I think that bitcoin and cryptocurrency became a part and a parcel of our life. In some countries you even can buy real estate for cryptocurrency. I had resisted for long, but then bought cryptocurrency wallets for me and for my wife. Of course, first of all I'm a trader, but bitcoin is also an interesting subject.
Time goes, you say? Ah, no! alas, time stays, we go.
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