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BITCOIN DEAD ¿?

leo23
Nov 09 2017 at 08:19
566 postów
BTC just reached near 8K price.

Here are few price projections by end of consecutive years. This is the minimum expected price by end of each year and can go even higher:
1. 2018----------30,000 USD/BTC
2. 2019-----------80,000 USD/BTC
3. 2020------------1,50,000 USD/BTC

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Rustyiron
Nov 09 2017 at 15:54
25 postów
Hi @leo23 ,

Interested to know what impact you think the fork next week will have on BTC?

Thanks

leo23
Nov 10 2017 at 10:49
566 postów
Rustyiron posted:
Hi @leo23 ,

Interested to know what impact you think the fork next week will have on BTC?

Thanks

The hard fork has been already cancelled due to lack of consensus and that is the reason yesterday the BTC price just shoot up to 7900 USD quickly and then, fell back again.

So there will not be any Bitcoin fork as per the previous plan which was supposed to happen next week.

So now I expect the BTC price to move steadily to go up as usual until some big negative news events come to the picture. I expect the price to go as high as 9K by end of this year. But next year the price will increase much faster rate.

Obviously, there can be multiple hard forks happening in the coming future within next 1 to 2 years before my price predictions come true.

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ferm
Nov 10 2017 at 10:52
1 postów
Unless some dictatorship in your area gets enough power to ban it from the local nets. Bitcoin is only the first to democratize monetary value. There's many others and they are here to stay. Even central banks are listening no matter what they say publicly, they will want their own blockchain.

mlawson71
Nov 10 2017 at 15:37
1487 postów
I wouldn't call the Indian government a dictatorship, but they are planning on closing the local cryptocurrency exchanges in an attempt to curb money laundering. (https://www.forexbrokerz.com/news/India-to-crack-down-on-local-bitcoin-exchanges)
It is worth noting that the authorities in China – the largest cryptocurrency market in the world – have taken similar measures and have ordered the local exchanges to cease their activities and banned trading between altcoins and the CNY in an attempt to impose tighter control on the national currency movements and price.
The South Korean authorities are mulling similar measures and have already issued a ban on initial coin offerings (ICOs).

PuttPutt4x
Nov 12 2017 at 07:50
2 postów
leo23 posted:
Rustyiron posted:
Hi @leo23 ,

Interested to know what impact you think the fork next week will have on BTC?

Thanks

The hard fork has been already cancelled due to lack of consensus and that is the reason yesterday the BTC price just shoot up to 7900 USD quickly and then, fell back again.

So there will not be any Bitcoin fork as per the previous plan which was supposed to happen next week.

So now I expect the BTC price to move steadily to go up as usual until some big negative news events come to the picture. I expect the price to go as high as 9K by end of this year. But next year the price will increase much faster rate.

Obviously, there can be multiple hard forks happening in the coming future within next 1 to 2 years before my price predictions come true.


 Bitcoin is somethING i JUST STARTED to trade this week. However the lack of movement is very very bother sum and even on a 800 usd drop in price you won't make much. I think one should stick to the good ole forex instruments, but FBS does offer Bitcoin!.

Adelgrepling (Adelgrepling)
Nov 12 2017 at 08:06
13 postów
It is absurd to think that the BTC is bad, we would have to ask ourselves if Forex is bad, or money is bad ... it is more of an opportunity to save and multiply money. I love working with cryptocurrencies.

PuttPutt4x
Nov 12 2017 at 15:56
2 postów
I wouldn't say it is dead, but it isn't worth trading. It made a fresh high last week and within 15 mins of doing is, it dropped 800usd. Then the next 48 trading hours Bitcoin stayed flat and then kept dropping! Clearly most people will be buying the dips and we might just very well see 5000 on bitcoin before christmas to kill everyone trading over 4:1 leverage!

mlawson71
Nov 13 2017 at 15:13
1487 postów
An update on the situation in India - S. Ganesh Kumar, a director of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the country’s c-bank and main financial regulator, said that the country would not recognize the Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency as a legal tender.
“Our current position on bitcoins is that we will not be using it for any payments and settlements…though the technology underlying crypto-currencies will not end”, said Kumar at a banking conference in Mumbai, quoted by local media. (https://www.forexbrokerz.com/news/India-upholds-hostile-stance-on-Bitcoin) According to other reports, it became clear that even though not banning bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies altogether, anyone using, dealing and trading in those instruments will be doing so at their own risk.

So the news that they were banning the exchanges was just hot air from the authorities to scare people? I am sure that the people trading bitcoin know they’re not properly regulated.

Irnest (Irnest)
Nov 23 2017 at 15:48
33 postów
I think bitcoin will be alive for a long time. And maybe cryptocurrencys will become a beginning of the future monetary system.

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