I am thinking it will be way lower than it already is and it's just damn good no matter how you look at it. If you want to ask me when it will be 100,000 or something else you need to put that all aside anyway. Care to make it clear or not ?
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
I think that it will get much lower entirely and absolutely on all possible levels for many many things. We can't really predict bitcoin price now for all possible meaning here. And I do not really see it will grow much in COVID world here.
Felonius posted: I think that it will get much lower entirely and absolutely on all possible levels for many many things. We can't really predict bitcoin price now for all possible meaning here. And I do not really see it will grow much in COVID world here.
Well can't be sure about anything though. But seeing the condition of the other markets, we can expect a downfall here too.
Why is the price always changing and why is it that high. BTC is just another business venture that I will never get into. Either way we need more info about this. Iam no expert. Let me know what the others have to say about it. BTC is only good to those that can handle it.
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