Re: What will happen to Bitcoin in 10 years?

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Many people avoid Bitcoin because they think that this trend won't last long. Are they right?
Why does one may think that Bitcoin will not last long? Bitcoin will be soon celebrating is' 10th birthday and it feels pretty good.
Altcoins, of course, are much younger, but many of them are developing faster than BTC and in future can be valued much higher than today :)
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Re: What will happen to Bitcoin in 10 years?

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hugo wrote:
February 3rd, 2018, 8:57 am
What will cryptocurrency look like in 10 years? Will more people love BTC or not? Will regulators adopt crypto or ban it? WHich countries will be leading?
Many people avoid Bitcoin because they think that this trend won't last long. Are they right?
Share your opinions!
The only thing I'm afraid of is that government will ban Bitcoin and punish everyone using it. Regulators will play a significant role in the Bitcoin evolution.
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Re: What will happen to Bitcoin in 10 years?

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Quot wrote:
February 13th, 2018, 5:56 am
hugo wrote:
February 3rd, 2018, 8:57 am
What will cryptocurrency look like in 10 years? Will more people love BTC or not? Will regulators adopt crypto or ban it? WHich countries will be leading?
Many people avoid Bitcoin because they think that this trend won't last long. Are they right?
Share your opinions!
The only thing I'm afraid of is that government will ban Bitcoin and punish everyone using it. Regulators will play a significant role in the Bitcoin evolution.
I think you are too paranoid :D
As we can see many governments like crypto: Japan, Belarus, Canada...
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Re: What will happen to Bitcoin in 10 years?

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hugo wrote:
February 3rd, 2018, 8:57 am
What will cryptocurrency look like in 10 years? Will more people love BTC or not? Will regulators adopt crypto or ban it? WHich countries will be leading?
Many people avoid Bitcoin because they think that this trend won't last long. Are they right?
Share your opinions!
In 10 years, millions of things can happen, the use of cryptocurrencies can be generalized and, consequently, the traditional ones could be abandoned or they could disappear as a failed project. What is a reality is that today cryptocurrencies gain more prominence in the e-commerce.
And if it remains mandatory and for the reason itself of the society, they will regulate their generation, use and exchange.
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Re: What will happen to Bitcoin in 10 years?

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rociaortega wrote:
February 13th, 2018, 3:12 pm
hugo wrote:
February 3rd, 2018, 8:57 am
What will cryptocurrency look like in 10 years? Will more people love BTC or not? Will regulators adopt crypto or ban it? WHich countries will be leading?
Many people avoid Bitcoin because they think that this trend won't last long. Are they right?
Share your opinions!
In 10 years, millions of things can happen, the use of cryptocurrencies can be generalized and, consequently, the traditional ones could be abandoned or they could disappear as a failed project. What is a reality is that today cryptocurrencies gain more prominence in the e-commerce.
And if it remains mandatory and for the reason itself of the society, they will regulate their generation, use and exchange.
While it is true that volatility in the price may cause a certain distrust in relation to the future performance of Bitcoin, while its community of users, the real source of strength of the currency, continues to rise, the cryptocurrency will continue to consolidate. Everything seems to indicate that this is the way it is going to be, so, undoubtedly, the year 2018 will be a key year for the future of Bitcoin on its way to configure an alternative to the current monetary system.
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Re: What will happen to Bitcoin in 10 years?

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BitCoin as archetype of cryptocurrencies will stay strong, but future of the market are more innovative projects with real value. There are already good examples like Nebula Network, storage cloud with solid backing thanks to emission mechanism tied to their supply in form of computational power and disc space. This is coin with rock stable exchange rate separated from BTC turbulences (just like USDT). In my opinion we will see many more projects like this in 10 years.
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