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BITCOIN DEAD ¿?

AniLorak
Mar 02 2020 at 10:41
920 posts
Adribaasmet posted:
Akos343454rgg posted:
I think that for a long time, bitcoin will feel good.


I am also optimistic! I think, the price will break all time high after the halving session!


Not only you; we all are waiting for Bitcoin Halving! Maybe this currency is talking little bit time, to break the maximum number!

blackbridge
Mar 02 2020 at 13:22
10 posts
I do not think that the halving will have much of an impact. The impact will already be priced in now

Johannes92563 (Johannes92563)
Mar 04 2020 at 11:12
10 posts
TiffanyK posted:
You can easily tell that the price of the cryptocurrencies will rise in the next 5-10 years (at least). After that no one can predict what will happen. Those currencies may one day be used as a base currency of the world. Instead of EUR, USD, JPY, GBP ... etc, every country can have it's own different cryptocurrency.

LOL - it is the retail market that caused the bitcoin rush of 2017. They have all lost interest now as they have lost all their money. Hardly any retail traders will buy bitcoin if it goes over 4057. The price will need to reach $10,000 for the press to get excited and start driving retail traders back.
But Bitcoin now costs almost 9,000 tons and there is interest in it.


PeteLanceley
Mar 06 2020 at 12:22
48 posts
rodragon posted:

Bitcoin is dead?
I sold my Bitcoin a while ago at 10k, no longer hold it.

jamesgwyther
Mar 06 2020 at 13:03
289 posts
Johannes92563 posted:
TiffanyK posted:
You can easily tell that the price of the cryptocurrencies will rise in the next 5-10 years (at least). After that no one can predict what will happen. Those currencies may one day be used as a base currency of the world. Instead of EUR, USD, JPY, GBP ... etc, every country can have it's own different cryptocurrency.

LOL - it is the retail market that caused the bitcoin rush of 2017. They have all lost interest now as they have lost all their money. Hardly any retail traders will buy bitcoin if it goes over 4057. The price will need to reach $10,000 for the press to get excited and start driving retail traders back.
But Bitcoin now costs almost 9,000 tons and there is interest in it.

Would need to get much higher than that/

Garrian
Apr 12 2020 at 18:02
12 posts
IT's very very far from dead but if we will really to see something which will happen next in the current COVID 19 panic nobody really knows, for sure just stop all operations with it lately and I am sure you will be able to locate something other to do.

sangine
Apr 13 2020 at 12:07
10 posts
jamesgwyther posted:
Johannes92563 posted:
TiffanyK posted:
You can easily tell that the price of the cryptocurrencies will rise in the next 5-10 years (at least). After that no one can predict what will happen. Those currencies may one day be used as a base currency of the world. Instead of EUR, USD, JPY, GBP ... etc, every country can have it's own different cryptocurrency.

LOL - it is the retail market that caused the bitcoin rush of 2017. They have all lost interest now as they have lost all their money. Hardly any retail traders will buy bitcoin if it goes over 4057. The price will need to reach $10,000 for the press to get excited and start driving retail traders back.
But Bitcoin now costs almost 9,000 tons and there is interest in it.

Would need to get much higher than that/



Retail market is such a large part of crypto and BTC in particular. Everyone will be selling their bitcoins when the need USD to buy food and pay their mortgage. Expect big drips in BTC over the next year

Oktaviani
Apr 15 2020 at 18:45
13 posts
I predict that it will be move up very very soon entirely and absolutely for many many reasons out there. I do want to understand why people do not see any correlation with BTC and current panic, I am just hoping it will be up and up and up.

Malokelv (Malokelv)
Apr 16 2020 at 17:51
18 posts
Well, bitcoin is certainly not dead and I do not thnk that it ever will be It might not be accessible in some countries but it is everywhere else in the world. It is nit the most popular currency but there are still a lot of bitcoin miners. The world is facing a crisis so there might be some effects to bitcoin to. Do not worry.

juri282 (juri282)
Apr 17 2020 at 10:10
12 posts
I think not, because all the time is above the minimum price from which it all began.

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