RichPort posted: I theory that makes sense but crypto is not a mature market. It is stull developing. It could be banned or regulated or there could be some huge theft of funds that drives away investors. These things could all mean that crypto like Bitcoin could go from $6000 to $0
I quite agree.
tradeFX4btc posted: I don't see any issue with trading crypto currencies that have a fixed supply. It's better long term(store of value) than holding fiat that slowly inflates.
Could be a good buy low - sell high opportunity. There is still a lot of hype around crypto. If buyers start coming in around 4000k thinking that it is a cheap time to buy then the price could sky rocket again
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