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However, regardless of what the naysayers have to say, it is now apparent that Bitcoin is here to stay. In early December 2017, a Bitcoin’s price has surpassed 19,000 $, going well beyond plenty of predictions out there, and the underlying Blockchain technology has been used to create multiple forms of cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, Litecoin, and Ripple.
The wild growth and recent price fluctuations associated with bitcoin have investors seeking price predictions for the coming year. Investors are understandably concerned about whether bitcoin will experience a crippling course correction, or continue rapid growth.
With 2018 halfway done and Bitcoin having gone from all time highs approaching $20,000 down to sub-$6000 over the last six months, many are wondering what happens next.
Since bitcoin set sail in 2009, cryptocurrencies have made waves across the globe. The big question on everyone’s lips: What will these coins be worth in the future? We’ve set out to ask a panel of fintech leaders for their 2019 cryptocurrency predictions, and we’ll release a new set of insights every month.
The values of Bitcoin, Ripple, and other cryptocurrencies have been crashing lately, but one analyst is predicting a huge rise ahead for Bitcoin—with a forecast for it to reach as high as ...
At the beginning of the year, I predicted that bitcoin would lose at least half of its value twice during the course of the year. Between the beginning of the year and early February, bitcoin ...
Bitcoin could be set for a dramatic rise in value by the end of 2018, founder and chairman of investment firm LDJ Capital, David Drake has predicted.
Bitcoin aficionados got an unexpected Christmas gift from the universe this year when bitcoin prices suddenly dropped below $13,000 last weekend then buoyed back up to around $15,800 by Wednesday ...
Bitcoin price predictions from pro-Bitcoiners and Bitcoin evangelists on what they think the future bitcoin value will be in 2020, 2022, 2027, 2030.
The appeal of this tech is stoked by geopolitical unease. Since its inception in 2009, Bitcoin has fed off the festering distrust in institutions sown by the financial crisis.