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Now Bitcoin Price is 10,000$+ . What do you think?
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AmDiab

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  506 posts AmDiab Jun 30 at 06:35
TheDolphins posted:
Bitcoin is heading for it's next bubble. I think that 20k will be reached and then surpassed but there will be another crash after that. There is no stability on BTC so it is just guess work

Hello; if we have 20K once again, there is no reason to price crash instantly without heating at least 40K price!!

AmDiab

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  506 posts AmDiab Jun 30 at 06:48
TheDolphins posted:
Bitcoin is heading for it's next bubble. I think that 20k will be reached and then surpassed but there will be another crash after that. There is no stability on BTC so it is just guess work


No; it’s not just guess work; although I agree technical analysis isn’t working here as like Forex!

Nuadahuginn

Member Since May 04, 2019  5 posts Nuadahuginn Jul 29 at 17:22
See people it's already falling and probably will continue to do so anyway. No matter how you put it it will really be closed for many many reasons out there. It may even fall to something like $5k again very soon and you will loose money I think.

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  615 posts Adribaasmet Jul 30 at 03:07
Nuadahuginn posted:
See people it's already falling and probably will continue to do so anyway. No matter how you put it it will really be closed for many many reasons out there. It may even fall to something like $5k again very soon and you will loose money I think.


Are you talking about based on any analysis or randomly putting the number 5K! According to my research, we’ll never have 5K once again!

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  664 posts AniLorak Jul 31 at 10:30
Why not? See the trend; the current trend of BTC is bearish completely so; nothing is impossible!

ForexAngell

Member Since Dec 06, 2017  6 posts ForexAngell Aug 02 at 10:24
What is the most interesting is that some traders and investors consider bitcoin as a long term investment option. But, that is completely wrong.
btc is too volatile and unpredictable for such investments. You can just buy it when low and try to sell when it gains some impulse, but not long-term trading.

Farbious

Member Since Jul 29, 2019  8 posts Farbious Aug 05 at 10:32
People consider it a long term investment because they believe that it will reach $1,000,000 per BTC in the future. The supply of BTC is limited so everyone think that will mean price will always go up. Especially as they think that crypto will replace fiat currency

Garil

Member Since Apr 18, 2019  7 posts Garil Aug 13 at 17:32
I believe in blockchain and bitcoin. Bitcoin could turn the economy around. Or any other cryptocurrency :) Now Facebook also plans to launch their tokens. I think the price of cryptocurrencies will rise.

Abhijeet

Member Since Aug 14, 2019  3 posts Abhijeet Aug 14 at 09:10
Blockchain is here to stay. It is a good idea and with current computing power it is easy to implement. Crypto currency I am not so sure. Could just be a fad that will end after the next crash

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4408 posts vontogr (togr) Aug 14 at 10:39
I would hodle that for at least a year or by end of 2020.
At that time BTC should be anywhere between $30,000 - $300,000

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