Arcferreira posted: The problem with cryptos - we don't know their real (intrinsical) value. Gold will not go to zero, because it has a real value, probably near 600/800 USD. Corn will not go to zero... currencies are the same. But no one was able to tell me the real value of a cryptocurrency.
Crypto markets have been flat for the last 2 months. It could signal that crypto is now starting maintain it's value and be less speculative. I read that there are some cryptos being developed that will be regulated and this could help them actually be usable as currency
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