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Infinite Price Appreciation Potential of Bitcoin (BTC) Triggers Indecision Sydney Ifergan

June 30, 2020 Off By Steven Anderson

Forbes has to state that Bitcoin is not dead and that it is possible to get it from a local post office.  This was published after Australia Post has announced that Bitcoin is available for buys from all postal service outlets.  This move from Australia Post, Estd.1809 is considered to be a move that will inspire and further trust in the BTC.

Good thing is that several other established businesses from across the world like AT&T, Overstock, Expedia, Badoo, Subway, PayPal and Shopify, also approve of Bitcoin.

Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted:  “I don’t believe in the infinite price appreciation potential of Bitcoin. Value should be set somewhere, it cannot be infinite triggering indecision. Relatively High Value with appreciation, yes.”

Believers are going to gear up for a bull run and bear run and all the related stuff.  There are going to be hectic years ahead.  There are going to be days of best highs and worse lows.  However, the believers are going to keep things alive. Regardless of how high the price moves, there are going to be believers who are hesitant to trade or sell in the belief that the price will be more profitable at a future point and they will continue to save.

There will continue to be trends where a huge volume of Bitcoin (BTC) never moves out of its wallets. Nothing is going to change and it is already visible that the Bitcoin has its own reasons to be around here for a long time, despite the mushrooming up of excellent Altcoins.  Bitcoin will continue to be the classic.

Bitcoin Miners Selling BTC

It has been noted that of late several Bitcoin miners are selling their BTC.  Analysts have stated that there has been a coincidence between the large transfers and the sharp drop in the price of Bitcoin. Whether about large scale miners or small scale miners selling, there is no sure fire declaration that miners selling their assets will lead to decline in Bitcoin price, but this is just a trend that has been noted by analysts.

There are over the counter deals like those from Chinese mining pools doing the selling as well.  For all practical reasons, it has been widely seen that overall miners have an intention to sell the major BTC. Since the flow of the BTC is not towards the exchange, there is a general opinion that there is a selling interest brewing.

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