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Member Since Feb 09, 2020  12 posts Maveswyn May 30 at 17:45
Of course not, it's just that this asset has periodic movement, but it's strong enough that you can get a great income.


Member Since Mar 03, 2020  10 posts UlianaCheck Jun 06 at 14:39
Well, it's not that, but I don't see that bitcoin will have any kind of success in the future.


Member Since Nov 16, 2017  11 posts VladoIvo Jun 08 at 10:16
Why not? It has been around a while. Doesn't look like dying any time soon. Price is still aruond $10k


Member Since Oct 03, 2020  2 posts kozaokr Oct 03 at 19:09
YOU are absolutely right in this


Member Since Sep 26, 2020  1 posts BorisBesker7945 Oct 04 at 01:03
Why BitCoin must pump? BitCoin is a simple Code! Nothing... If you look at real active like WTI or CL, how deep can fallen price, you can understand how deep can go Bitcoin.


Member Since Jul 23, 2020  111 posts SofieAndreasen Oct 17 at 17:36
In 2020, bitcoin fall into 6k due to coivd-19. At that time many investors lose hope. However, bitcoin again rise up and close to safe heaven.


Member Since Jul 03, 2020  27 posts CanoeMussy Oct 19 at 11:55
Not at all, it’s only meant to grow in the next decade.


Member Since Jul 01, 2020  24 posts Ezereombre Oct 26 at 06:37
I don’t think that bitcoin will lose its value in future. It will only become more valuable.

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