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Bitcoin Set the Downside Correction Right Positively – Negatively Even a Fraction of Bitcoin Might Not Survive

April 4, 2019 Off dan saada By dan saada

BCH recently outperformed almost every coin and made it to the top; the price tested levels at $340.  There were a downside correction and the price traded below the $300 and $320 levels in support. However, the price was well supported only at the $290 and $280 levels.  Bitcoin SV tested the $90 level. 

Litecoin pulled back, but before that, it touched upon the $100 resistance.

Bitcoin is already competing with the leaders in the payment system industry.  And the development of this token is also exponential.  Considering the status of Bitcoin among Paypal, Mastercard, and VISA and taking in to count the existing rate of growth, Bitcoin is likely to beat competition from most markets.  A report stated, “If it maintains this pace of growth in another ten years it will surpass all competition.”

Bitcoin currently has 10,000 active nodes.  The data centers with Visa are 119 in number, Master card has 98, and Pay pal has 51.

The payment system of Bitcoin is very superior to international payments made using conventional and methods like wire transfers. 

Data Light stated, “Technical improvement of Bitcoin’s network is almost certain to make it the world’s main payment system. This is why the bear trend of 2018 will be another dip before the exponential growth and new all-time highs.”

The watershed moment and the enthusiasm around Bitcoin might trigger reactions a year ahead, which is from June this year.

With that being instances of optimism, Peter Mallouk, President of a Wealth management firm stated, “What we’re going to see, most likely, is, we’re going to see cryptocurrencies collapse there’s no way that even a fraction of them can survive,” before adding that buying crypto “you get no income. It’s not a real investment. It’s speculation.”

Several cryptocurrency companies are already knee deep in their developmental efforts; however, the regulators are all set to change the rules that will define the functioning of cryptocurrency exchanges.

Regulators in most nations are already behind cryptocurrency exchanges, and they want to ensure that they are doing things right.  Eventually, regulations are going to be in place, and there are going to be jurisdictions set.  It is not yet clear as to how much of impact the move of one country might have on the regulations of another country.  With time, there are going to be multiple authorities. 

Those who are offended by local rules might want to set up their shops in jurisdictions that will permit them doing what they want to do. 

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