What investors can expect from Bitcoin in 2019 | Outlook 2019

On a risk-reward basis, heading in 2019, Alex DeGroote says he would be positively invested in bitcoin. He says the sellers are largely flushed out, meaning there’s a potential upside for cryptocurrencies into the new year.

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  1. Make no mistake, the crypto and blockchain space is part of the transition into new digital world that has been planned for many years. However, 90% of the coins will die away, leaving the organisations with underlying value to survive. Have we seen the bottom yet? Probably not.

  2. Stocks are an investment in a business and pay dividends. Bitcoin is what exactly ?

    Why shouldn't bitcoin return to a valuation where it requires 10,000 of them to buy two pizzas ..?

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