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Bitcoin Value Currently Rising Fast

By | May 10, 2019

So Bitcoin seems to be on the way back up, and in a big way. And when you look at the news you can see the correlation with good news about Bitcoin, and the rise in value. It was bad news, fake news, and everyone saying the ‘Internet Bubble Will Burst’, that cause the original fall of the… Read More »

Should I Buy Bitcoin Now: November ’18 ?

By | December 9, 2018

Should you buy Bitcoin in November 2018? According to CNBC: “Cryptocurrencies are cheap right now,” says Dan Morehead, founder of Pantera Capital Management, referring in particular to Bitcoin. [So it’s a good time to buy.] Bitcoin is near a six month low right now, but that is not necessarily bad news. From a low, the only way to… Read More »

Bitcoin: Latest Progress…

By | April 17, 2018

Bitcoin Progress This is how Bitcoin progress seems to be going… Up a thousand. Stuck. Up another thousand, stuck. Up another, and stuck again. Currently at around $8000. So what is there to look forward to? The price seems to be growing organically a little, and then a sudden leap as big investors buy in. Where next? My… Read More »

Refuting Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt! Bitcoin…

By | February 1, 2018

Don’t Worry – Be Happy! Bitcoin enthusiasts call it FUD, the spreading of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt. And there is no doubt that the establishment: the central bankers, governments, and stockbrokers who find themselves unable to list what really is an asset, but cannot legally be listed as one, want to spread as much FUD as possible about… Read More »

Bitcoin-Tether Relationship with Bitfinex

By | December 11, 2017

Bitcoin-Tether. As expected, when the recent flurry of excitement about Bitcoin sent the value up by $3000 in a day, the ‘Establishment’, Central Bankers and their mouthpieces, the mainstream press and TV, started a flurry of stories about how Bitcoin was a bubble that would soon burst. Since most people go to mainstream news for information about the… Read More »

Holding on as Bitcoin Value Rises

By | December 11, 2017

Don’t cash in as Bitcoin Value Rises—Here’s Why… You Can Take Profit and Lose Profit at the Same Time That’s not the enigma that it seems to be when you are talking about Bitcoin value. Whilst you can take profit and sell to gain the value of the difference between the price you paid for your Bitcoin, and… Read More »

Bitcoin Growth Extrapolation Says $20,000 – July ’18

By | December 23, 2017

Bitcoin Growth Extrapolation – Probable to Worst Case Scenario. I’ve done a simple extrapolation procedure, following  the current growth curve, the moderate curve growth, and what I see as the worst case scenario following the curve using the lowest value reached during the Bitcoin dips that have occurred. Even in the worst case scenario, the chart strongly indicates… Read More »

Why Banks Can’t Stop Bitcoin Transactions

By | November 5, 2017

Imagine the scenario: you’ve just transferred the fiat (that’s proper folding money, in case you didn’t know), equivalent of, say, five Bitcoins, by SEPA, to a LocalBitcoins seller to do a Bitcoin transaction. Soon afterwards you get a call from your Assistant Bank Manager wanting to know why you are transferring the money, and what it’s going to be… Read More »

Bitcoin Price Through Hard Forks: Bitcoin Wins!

By | October 31, 2017

Do ₿itcoin Hard Forks Help or Hinder the Iconic Coin? It has always been clear to me that Bitcoin is a great investment, and the Bitcoin price keeps rising, so I can’t help wondering why that is not so clear to others. Hard forking is perhaps the most recent reason that makes people wary. But are they justified?… Read More »

Xapo CEO Wences Casares Talks about Bitcoin Value of $1,000,000 in 10 Years.

By | October 11, 2017

What could a Bitcoin be worth in ten years? This video gives a personal view from someone who is an expert. However, personally I think Wences Casares, co-founder and CEO of Bitcoin firm Xapo, is greatly underestimating the potential growth of Bitcoin, especially as Bitcoin becomes more difficult to mine and less new coins are on the market. But I thought you… Read More »