BITCOIN 2018: A Close Look at Bitcoin Future in 2018

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Mvpkunle

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There has been many speculation about the future of bitcoin in 2018. The crypto currency world over the year have gained massive attention due to the mysterious rising of one of its digital exchange; bitcoin. Though that alone isn't the only puzzle, there has always been mysteries surrounding this coin, starting with the identity of the founder Satoshi Nakamoto, to the disappearance of bitcoinmarket dot com; the first exchange platform to trade bitcoin. For many global investors, the question yet to be answered is how a system designed in 2008 and launched 2009 at no price tag until March 2010 grew into thousands of dollar per exchange. Hence, the regret. Even at that, many others are still expecting a rocket-fall of bitcoin to justify their assertion about the virtual currency.

In the midst of identity denial of who owns bitcoin and the denial of financial regulatory bodies to accept the digital currency as a legal tender, many bitcoin owners are not sure of what they have in their wallets. But as individual or an investor, if you have invested $0.003 as the starting price of bitcoin in 2010 and you watched it rise to let-say $20,000 in 2018, you'd praise yourself for thinking right. Needless to mention you owning about 10-100BTC.

Over the past month, bitcoin has enjoyed a massive coverage from the media. Its rise has been shocking and many that said ills about this traditional currency are now taking it back. The beauty of this is that in fundamental analysis, there is a way news inflate the price of a commodity. No doubt, this is happening to bitcoin and more strong companies are backing it up anonymously.

Now, what will happen to bitcoin in 2018? Firstly, i think the recent hoax about the identify of the founder of bitcoin is unnecessary, because Satochi Nakamoto was never a human, it's simply a code name created to cover this operation. Also, the price of bitcoin will drop slightly but not as much as it will gain. And as concerning regulations, It's very possible that bitcoin will now be controlled by financial bodies. It would be finally accepted as a traditional currency and a means of exchange under a particular category because some countries will develop their own digital coin as a means of exchange.

One way or the other, there are better days ahead for bitcoin traders and investors as the currency will continue to dominate the media as major discussions in 2018.

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Mvpkunle

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Saw a tweet by @domainking today. He said BitCoin might be a bubble but some Bubbles last 10-20 years
That's being tricky and careful in commenting. The thing is, if a bubble hold for 10 - 20years, good things would have happened.