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Title: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: BitProNews on May 23, 2018, 05:33:08 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

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To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

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Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: yudi31 on May 23, 2018, 06:18:00 PM
it is true there are still many topics about the future of bitcoin that needs to be discussed, but Bitcoin described as Bubble should also be discussed, because this bitcoin always moves all the time and has change, the tie is termed as bubble


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: lizardbtc on May 23, 2018, 06:23:29 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


Don't be negative towards statments like these. Because if we are looking about the hype and pump and dump shcemes that are all over the space and with large number of speculation in place you can actually look at this as a bubble and there is nothing wrong with that. I mean look at the tech bubble back then people were throwing money at new companies and now if you look at the ICO market people are throwing money because they think it is easy to get great returns.

However if this bubble pops many alts that are basically shitcoins will suffer letting big dogs such as bitcoin, ethereum, neo etc. to be winniers in the scene.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: bobo012 on May 23, 2018, 06:59:02 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


I dont care about the opinion of the old school economists that cant think outside of the box. They are stuck insaide the boundries and wont even asses anything outside. They are afraid to even think about it


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: darkangel11 on May 23, 2018, 07:41:08 PM
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.

He's so ignorant. I have never studied computer science and could explain it with ease and before somebody starts screaming that exception confirms the rule, i'll add that I don't even know a single person who studied computer science and is interested in BTC. In reality most bitcoiners are normal people with various interests, not programmers like this guy seems to think.

Somebody should send him one of those very short explanations of BTC that can be found online. It really can be fully described in less than a minute.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: BountyX on May 23, 2018, 07:49:52 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


This is quite ridiculous, because especially the second quote would much better fit to wall street's wizards who create again and again totally absurd form of derivatives, a form of "money" which is much more unreal and much more a bubble and has much more an aura of exclusivity and ABSOLUTELY NOBODY understands how these f*king derivatives work.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Maestro75 on May 23, 2018, 07:54:59 PM
Bitcoin always becomes a bubble whenever the prices drives down but becomes the rave of the moment or makes the world go 'crazy' because of addiction to it. It is either here or there. People will not stop spreading lies about bitcoin. Whatever they gain attempting to kill bitcoin is left for them.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Ailmand on May 23, 2018, 08:15:28 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


Threads and topics like this will always appear. It's because of the reality and fact that the market is always changing, and those changes in landscape affects the coins in such a way that people would lose their trust in the market itself and in the system in a cycle scheme. However, if you are a true believe of this market, and a long-time follower, you would know for a fact that it being a bubble has long been purged because being volatile and unstable is just how this market works.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: cokkapaga on May 23, 2018, 08:32:31 PM
Don't be easy to believe of the fud news, Bitcoin is not as a bubble, if bitcoin is a bubble I am sure bitcoin can't be survive until now
the poeple say that bitcoin as a bubble, because he's not understand of bitcoin.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: designerusa on May 23, 2018, 08:45:48 PM
People who do not understand anything about bitcoin are saying bitcoin is complete bubble but they are totally wrong. Bitcoin has ups and downs but it does not mean bitcoin is bubble.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: prehisto on May 23, 2018, 08:54:03 PM

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Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


I think that this is irrelevant.
It is fairly simple to explain the principle of block chain to new people and how does it work.

Off course the inter workings is not so simple but does one need and does know how SWIFT system works in order to make bank transfer or use other FIAT service.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: gentlemand on May 23, 2018, 08:56:35 PM
Something can be real and still be a bubble

This geezer's description of it as a mystery to all but cultists is disingenuous and mindless. It wouldn't be anywhere if it didn't clearly have the world changing aspects it does.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: adzino on May 23, 2018, 09:01:51 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

Just do not listen to them. Try to ignore them completely. They are of no use. All they are doing is saying some silly stuffs to confuse people for no apparent reason (or for their own benefit?). Do people who are casually uses crypto currencies  need to know how they work? Nope, they don't. How many people in this universe using fiat currencies know how fiat are supplied or made? I bet less than 30% of the population knows.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: brylle34 on May 23, 2018, 09:48:48 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

This is always happening, who are they??? this are there own comments and they do not control bitcoin, so why they are doing this??? simply they are people who wants to buy bitcoin at cheap price that is why cause FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt, usually evoked intentionally in order to put a competitor at a disadvantage.) or they are bitter who lost a lot of investment when the price of bitcoin drops. Bitcoin will recover and will always recover as long there are people who do trading and using bitcoin as digital currency, they do not control bitcoin they are just doing some negative statements. The main problem is that with just a dip all weak holders are shaking and causing negative effect or panic selling to others simply as saying they are newbies. acutally if you will look at this dips this are great opportunity to earn more just do not look at things as negative.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: tarable on May 23, 2018, 09:52:53 PM
it is true there are still many topics about the future of bitcoin that needs to be discussed, but Bitcoin described as Bubble should also be discussed, because this bitcoin always moves all the time and has change, the tie is termed as bubble

it really needs to be discussed. because the movement of bitcoin is also so fast and we also hard to reach until the bitcoin is moving. because now also many who spread negative news also about bitcoin.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: paulisto on May 23, 2018, 10:22:23 PM
the problem as i see it, is the fact that we have turned this wonderful technology into new age stock trading

probably 90% of the people involed in crypto trading do it for the profit. nothing wrong with that. it's just that most of people who own bitcoin/ethereum/xvg/eos or whatever own it, because they want to profit. the percent of people who actually use the technology is imo very low.

and if we eliminate this gambling aspect, 90% of the people leave, yes it will crash the market but it won't kill the technology. technology is revolutionary and it's here to stay. is it a bubble? yes? is it worthless? far from it. and also this bubble has the potential to inflate up by a factor of 10 before it may blow, there is still room.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: BitProNews on May 23, 2018, 10:27:26 PM
Just do not listen to them. Try to ignore them completely. They are of no use. All they are doing is saying some silly stuffs to confuse people for no apparent reason (or for their own benefit?). Do people who are casually uses crypto currencies  need to know how they work? Nope, they don't. How many people in this universe using fiat currencies know how fiat are supplied or made? I bet less than 30% of the population knows.

Personally i don't make a lot of attention to such news but it becomes more crazy to ignore them completely especially when it spreads out from experts (old fashioned ones) that it may easy pump the whole market; remember last fork to bitcoincash when bitcoiners started a foolish swap to altcoins in order to avoid facing price crashes.

This is always happening, who are they??? this are there own comments and they do not control bitcoin, so why they are doing this??? simply they are people who wants to buy bitcoin at cheap price that is why cause FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt, usually evoked intentionally in order to put a competitor at a disadvantage.) or they are bitter who lost a lot of investment when the price of bitcoin drops. Bitcoin will recover and will always recover as long there are people who do trading and using bitcoin as digital currency, they do not control bitcoin they are just doing some negative statements. The main problem is that with just a dip all weak holders are shaking and causing negative effect or panic selling to others simply as saying they are newbies. acutally if you will look at this dips this are great opportunity to earn more just do not look at things as negative.

By dint of the decentralised blockchain, no one can react againt the movement of this technology so traditionel experts with noble prices as traditional governments with Noble also and traditional financial institutions with a lot of prices and quaalifications, try one of the last cards (rumors) so they can prostponed some developement progresses until understanding the whole scene and how they should really react.


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Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


I think that this is irrelevant.
It is fairly simple to explain the principle of block chain to new people and how does it work.

Off course the inter workings is not so simple but does one need and does know how SWIFT system works in order to make bank transfer or use other FIAT service.
 

Now principles of blockchain can be explained to children and peoples in local communities. Furthermore, big players in the market (Microsoft,IBM,facebook...) started working on the integration of the new tools (blockchain,cryptocurrencies...) when some called experts try to manipulate the fool in ian ignorant-like way.

the problem as i see it, is the fact that we have turned this wonderful technology into new age stock trading

probably 90% of the people involed in crypto trading do it for the profit. nothing wrong with that. it's just that most of people who own bitcoin/ethereum/xvg/eos or whatever own it, because they want to profit. the percent of people who actually use the technology is imo very low.

and if we eliminate this gambling aspect, 90% of the people leave, yes it will crash the market but it won't kill the technology. technology is revolutionary and it's here to stay. is it a bubble? yes? is it worthless? far from it. and also this bubble has the potential to inflate up by a factor of 10 before it may blow, there is still room.

We haven't turned this technology into a stock trading because it should be a stock of value so people will easy find ways to exchange it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: hammo on May 23, 2018, 10:39:18 PM
if you look just one year before what was the price, or just show who say 'BTC is bubble' that conversation is over immediately.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: rodel caling on May 23, 2018, 10:53:37 PM
it is true there are still many topics about the future of bitcoin that needs to be discussed, but Bitcoin described as Bubble should also be discussed, because this bitcoin always moves all the time and has change, the tie is termed as bubble


That's because bitcoin is very high volatile currency that also a reason need to keep understand about what is bitcoin moving up and down their value into the market cap.

the virtual crypto currency including bitcoin are adopting by every country and people because they knows how much important their lives crypto's help for the economic grows, but i didn't understand some economy analysis deliver a negetive information for bitcoin instead support us how to improve bitcoin as currency to help the world economic growth.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: vuppie0 on May 23, 2018, 10:54:32 PM
the same thing over and over again


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: BitHodler on May 23, 2018, 11:15:26 PM
Bitcoin according to traditional market standards will always remain a bubble, especially when you also take into consideration that ignorant bastards think it has zero value and thus should be worthless by default.

The more people speak of Bitcoin as being a bubble and not contain any value, the more confident I am that their ignorant nature will eventually result in a very bad ending for them, to use Warren Buffett's words.

The world is changing. Traditional market standards don't matter anymore as much as they used to matter years and years ago, but the old school investors have enjoyed a completely different form of education, so they don't realize it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: bjmpoker001 on May 24, 2018, 03:52:08 AM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


it seems like the fud for me. telling everyone bitcoin is a bubble is considered as spreading fud.
but what the most thing i dont understand is why many peoples believe that, and sell their coins with lower price like now.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Dudeperfect on May 25, 2018, 05:15:22 PM
Well, it is happening again and again but I don't think that we should give attention to these things and opinions because we believe that it has the potential to transform the way we live today and it has the potential to optimise our economy not only in finance but also in other sectors by adopting blockchain technology.

Yes it is true that explaining Bitcoin to someone is difficult when it comes to the technical part but we must realise that it is not important to understand each and every aspect of it because there is a huge number of people using internet and email facility but I bet that most of them don't know how the email delivery process actually works, in fact, they don't care about it and the same thing is about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. If using cryptocurrencies has some benefits then most of the people would prefer using it irrespective of their understanding of backend of this technology.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: BitProNews on May 25, 2018, 05:23:54 PM
The world is changing. Traditional market standards don't matter anymore as much as they used to matter years and years ago, but the old school investors have enjoyed a completely different form of education, so they don't realize it.

I am struck by the mainstream confidence that bitcoin is a fraud/fad that will soon collapse, while central bank fiat currencies are presumed to be rock-solid and without risk. Let's think otherwise, if considering bitcoin as a reflection of trust in the future value of fiat currencies which started since its creation (2009). What i want to say that despite all the FAUD remors, bitcoin is a meaningful result of Fiat loosing trust and it's existence (value) doesn't only depends on news and psychology.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: taranbam on June 01, 2018, 09:49:33 AM
I think it should not be so negative about such statements, in fact most crypto currency is really just bubbles that used the most common PR. But such big cones as Ether, ltc, bitcoin make us think about the correctness of such judgments.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Dasinc on June 03, 2018, 08:55:48 AM
People are forced to fix losses fear that bitcoin will break through all reasonable levels of support and burst. It's just gonna disappear. The exchanges will close, the farms will be given to homeless people, and Satoshi will hang himself.  But bitcoin is difficult without fundamental reasons to fall below a certain level Ė it needs to be hammered into your head, even if it resists. And this level is not zero.
Mining cities (this is not even a farm) by the type of Bitmain affect the bitcoin exchange rate. Not so much as to set the price themselves, but at least in emergency cases they can keep the rate at the level of break-even mining. They need to pay for electricity, pay employees, maintain the premises, develop new equipment. The break-even level is somewhere 6-7K. Yes, the farm can pobarahtatsya on the course below, but not very long, they quickly get bored.
Think about this: monopolists bitcoin mining something in no hurry to change the scope of activity. I mean, it doesn't itch at all. They don't buy plutonium, don't change their shoes to build space shuttles. The guys are calm, which means they are sure that they will not lose their billions. By the way, the break-even level is growing all the time following the complexity of production.
The stupidest thing to do now is to withdraw money. Go back cheaper will be very difficult. Near the bottom is generally dangerous to move, here roll only one option Ė the gradual purchase. Get rid of the harmful idea that bitcoin can become worthless without fundamental reasons. Thought so, and those who last fall said: "why am I not bought it when it cost a thousand?"Perhaps by the end of this year we will hear it again, only with six-seven thousand.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Radio-Active on June 03, 2018, 11:25:46 AM
It doesn't matter if bitcoin is a bubble or not. If other peoples says so, then for me bitcoin is still not a bubble.
Because i know that bitcoin will exist now and later, not burst and vanish.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: mackenzied on June 03, 2018, 11:30:24 AM
it is true there are still many topics about the future of bitcoin that needs to be discussed, but Bitcoin described as Bubble should also be discussed, because this bitcoin always moves all the time and has change, the tie is termed as bubble

Exactly, we still have a lot of problems to discuss the future of Bitcoin. But I do not agree with anyone commenting on Bitcoin as a bubble. This is a completely negative and irrational badge.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: bitadviser on June 03, 2018, 11:39:19 AM
They wont stop to say different BS about bitcoin, why say good news? It is not interesting at all, because, most of media controlled by corporations isn't? Freedom it is not about them


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Al-e_x on June 03, 2018, 11:53:55 AM
we know that the real market with crypto market is not the same, so when real estate market economists predict about bitcoin, I think we better not hear him. they have not the experience about crypto

and better we choose the opinion of crypto figures.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Catch-22 on June 03, 2018, 06:14:53 PM
Again, these guys insisting that bitcoin is a bubble will be proven wrong. Bitcoin has been described far worse than that and by some of the most influential people in finance. But bitcoin is still here and is about to make another record run.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: zinluzgina on June 03, 2018, 06:24:45 PM
skeptics lack. They were 4 years ago, when everyone said that the bitcoin is now at the peak of$ 25 and then collapse. To invest what makes no sense is a bubble. What to say. Many believe that the planet earth is flat? and that we all believe that??? Don't , we need to move on.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: IndigoRed on June 04, 2018, 02:01:03 AM
I think it is the mediaís job to thoroughly exhaust all aspects of bitcoin Ėwhether good or bad. But whether they focus more on bitcoin being a bubble or not, any form of dialogue will help bitcoin become more of a household name.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: mkhjhv on June 04, 2018, 02:58:55 AM
There was also a lot of bubbles in the stock, but it remained here. It is difficult to make clear whether Bitcoin is a bubble, because the bubble is still very good before it is shattered. This is very pointless. Twenty years ago, 10,000 Bitcoins could only buy one pizza. Was it a bubble at the time, and now it has become a bubble because of its rising prices?


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Anees1122 on June 04, 2018, 03:02:54 AM
These are mouth words of people about Bitcoin. Many people passed these words, but actually Bitcoin hitted the peak. Same case will repeat now, Bitcoin will prove all arguments wrong very soon.
Its all about patience.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: pooya87 on June 04, 2018, 03:09:33 AM
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.

He's so ignorant. I have never studied computer science and could explain it with ease and before somebody starts screaming that exception confirms the rule, i'll add that I don't even know a single person who studied computer science and is interested in BTC. In reality most bitcoiners are normal people with various interests, not programmers like this guy seems to think.

Somebody should send him one of those very short explanations of BTC that can be found online. It really can be fully described in less than a minute.

no because people don't need to understand bitcoin. in fact they should not understand it! if everyone understands bitcoin that means the projects is too simple and poorly made. when it is complicated enough that average Joe doesn't easily understands it that shows it is a complicated and strong project.

and why should they understand it?!! in fact i say the arguments he made are the most bullshit ones anybody can ever make. we are using shitloads of stuff that we don't understand. it is like saying "I don't understand how internal combustion engine works so i don't use any vehicle ever"! obviously you trust those who understand how it works and when they give you the thumbs up you use cars without wanting to "understand them"!


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: riplete on June 04, 2018, 08:32:15 AM
True, its price is constantly changing, rising and falling but not suddenly, it can be said it is a bubble


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: btc78 on June 04, 2018, 08:36:45 AM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

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Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

Who cares about that news and about whats that companies saying towards bitcoin,it seems like your not really helping here instead you are spreading the negativity why investors must not believe in bitcoin and thats unfair.

What ever you say,and what ever links you will bring inside cryptocurrency still we will continue to progress and support this cryptoworld


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Jiralhanae on June 04, 2018, 08:53:14 AM
Hyman Minsky he believes that Bitcoin is has five stages: displacement, boom, euphoria, profit taking and panic.
Policy adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Joost van der Burgt, says that if Bitcoin is in fact a bubble, itís likely at the beginning of the Ďprofit-takingí stage, meaning that Ďpanicí is not here yet. But he does admit that he might be wrong about Bitcoin being a bubble and states that it could become "a new global currency".
https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/06/03/according-to-economist-joost-van-der-burgt-if-bitcoin-is-a-bubble-the-final-stage-of-panic-is-on-the-horizon/ (https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/06/03/according-to-economist-joost-van-der-burgt-if-bitcoin-is-a-bubble-the-final-stage-of-panic-is-on-the-horizon/)


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: cizatext on June 08, 2018, 07:07:27 PM
There is many topics and discussion that portrait bitcoin and crypto to be a bubble but the fact still remains that if bitcoin was a bubble it could have bursted long ago, we have witness how bitcoin made it from the scraps to be where it is today in terms of market price and market cap. The truth still remains that bitcoin is never a bubble.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: maikala on June 09, 2018, 05:51:54 AM
Bitcoin is still the bubble so far
It will benefit you when you take advantage of the opportunity of this bubble


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Abrefatotherescue on June 22, 2018, 07:25:05 PM
Well sadly some people share the same sentiments too due to the inability to properly explain the intricacies of the bitcoin even by most of the cryptocurrency lovers raises a subtle red flag around it. As time goes on, and BTC continues to stand the test of time and gets more popular and finally gets more accepted in many places, I'm pretty sure they will get to understand


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: jak3 on June 22, 2018, 07:37:36 PM
I think he is right maybe most people who are interested in the tech can explain bitcoin properly but I think his thinking is bullshit. Sorry, no offense but I do not avoid bitcoin for some old banking system which forces us to believe that their paper is worth some value and it can be traded as a form of money. They are making thousands of dollars because of their little agreement printed at every dollar note. I think bitcoin is much better than this and i do not care if it is another human's mistake I clearly need this concept in my future.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: stayeduptolate on June 24, 2018, 09:48:35 AM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

As part of my advocacy to share good news about bitcoin.


A good push from one country in asia in planning to develop bitcoin

http://news.abs-cbn.com/business/01/29/18/philippines-to-develop-rules-on-cryptocurrency-trading

We bitcoin users surely need this, hoping this will jumpstart many country across the world in acceptance of bitcoin. Let us  repost this so everyone can help bitcoin to gain legalities and legitimacy.
This will be very good news if any country from Asia will legalise bitcoin. As we know that there are very few countries in the world who has legalised bitcoin yet like South Korea accepts bitcoins in exchange of their luxury cars, in Florida government accepting bitcoin for paying taxes from their country members, these are like two fortunate countries that has legalised bitcoin and now experiencing boost in their development and this will be very beneficial for any country who will legalise bitcoin.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: gabmen on June 25, 2018, 12:00:56 PM
Do not believe the false news, I think Bitcoin is not as a bubble. If Bitcoin is ever bubble again, then Bitcoin can not survive. poeple knows one as a bubble. Those who say it, I think they could not fully understand Bitcoin.

A bubble can be anything dude. It doesn't mean that if a bubble popped then it will continue to lose value until there's none. I've seen a lot of market crashes even worse than this correction and that can be considered as the bubble exploding but i've seen the market as well recover and soar to new heights afterwards


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: tylerderden on June 25, 2018, 12:05:04 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

There have been times when bitcoin is described as a bubble and also many a times it have also burst like one like back in December 2013 and 2017. But no matter what Bitcoin have rose from the bust in 2013 and the same will also happen now also. It's just that if a bad news spread very faster then the bitcoin price falls and if a good news spread then the bitcoin price rise sharply.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Cutieh01 on June 25, 2018, 12:18:30 PM
Do not believe the false news, I think Bitcoin is not as a bubble. If Bitcoin is ever bubble again, then Bitcoin can not survive. poeple knows one as a bubble. Those who say it, I think they could not fully understand Bitcoin.

A bubble can be anything dude. It doesn't mean that if a bubble popped then it will continue to lose value until there's none. I've seen a lot of market crashes even worse than this correction and that can be considered as the bubble exploding but i've seen the market as well recover and soar to new heights afterwards
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for me bitcoin is not a bubble because when you say bubble its been vanish, but Bitcoin
still exist and has a value. when you look back the time when bitcoin started market price now is very good enough.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: EdenHazard on June 25, 2018, 12:19:23 PM
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.

He's a very smart man in economic terms, but his conversation with cryptocurrency like no human in general.

I am a fool who does not know the world economy as a whole. But my stupidity always assumes that cryptocurrency will be a new innovation for a currency. If bitcoin is a bubble, maybe some developed countries like united states, japan and germany will never accept cryptocurrency, my logic is always thinking against it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Psychee on June 26, 2018, 03:14:44 PM
Yes, I also noticed it, but it's better to sell everything and put it into Socratus because bitcoin is falling and you will also earn


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: maneka on July 11, 2018, 03:55:01 AM
Many of the traditional financial players, including JPMorgan CEO Jamie Morgan, have criticized Bitcoin, describing it as a bubble. However, due to its hierarchical, mathematical and transparency nature, so called Bitcoin is a very inaccurate bubble of any kind.
Tesla, Amazon, Bitcoin "Bubble"
Bitcoin is not a bubble, contrary to the dishonest and unrealistic claims of bank executives. There is a bubble in Bitcoin in 2013 when demand for Bitcoin increases to a point where the market can no longer support it and the Bitcoin price has fallen from $ 1,300 to $ 200. However, it is not accurate to call the release. Bitcoin body is a bubble, like the inaccurate way to describe Amazon or Tesla as a bubble.
Even up to April of this year, analysts describe Tesla's exponential increase in the value of a "bubble," as analysts have done with Amazon over its 20 years of the company. about existence. Six months ago, Matthew Debord, shipping editor at Business Insider, wrote:
"At this time, a Tesla bubble looks clear and seems clear as it has since the beginning of this year. The difference now is that it grows so big that it becomes scary. "
A "expert" David Greenfield's Greenlight Capital, claims that Tesla is a bubble that will not turn up anytime soon, but it is a bubble. "In due time, we hope the bubbles to pop," Einhorn said.
It is important to acknowledge this trend in any emerging technology company and launch. Analysts and experts rush to confirm that anything is a bubble, due to its rapid rise in value and exponential growth.
From 2013 to 2017, Tesla's share price has risen from $ 20 to $ 302, with many minor adjustments and adjustments. In December, the Tesla shares fell more than $ 100, from $ 250 to $ 150, due to the company's troubled finances. However, over time Tesla recovered and it developed a sustainable business, a market, and extremely important, a consumer base similar to the way Bitcoin has evolved into a sustainable financial network, a strong market and secured an active consumer base of tens of millions of users.
Moreover, it is far from clear that the Bitcoin market, which includes a similar volume and liquidity of Apple, the largest liquid stock in the world with a daily trading volume of $ 3.3 billion. , because it has grown significantly since it was introduced in 2009.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: kimjongun92 on July 14, 2018, 05:11:12 AM
However if this bubble appears alts it's basically shitcoins will be allowed big dogs like bitcoin, ethereum, anchor etc to be the winner in the scene and fill the devotees with enthusiasm way network. He is too ignorant, not programmers like this guy thinks.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Nilda on July 14, 2018, 06:27:14 AM
Like I never heard that before. People now are getting used to this kind of opinion from experts. Only the skeptics believe them.  ;)


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Adam Waters on July 14, 2018, 09:44:08 AM
Of course it is a bubble, stupid to argue with obvious.

But what makes bitcoin unique is that each bubble (bull run) increases adoption which in turn generates new bubble which increases adoption and the whole sequence of bubbles is one bigger bubble and that also increases adoption.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Assface16678 on July 14, 2018, 11:23:20 AM
Bitcoin always becomes a bubble whenever the prices drives down but becomes the rave of the moment or makes the world go 'crazy' because of addiction to it. It is either here or there. People will not stop spreading lies about bitcoin. Whatever they gain attempting to kill bitcoin is left for them.

If bitcoin is bubble it was gone long time ago, as the first time they call it bubble it probably gone by that moment. Bjt as we have seen, it is still breathing and kicking, proving those people who only knew was to tell bad thing about bitcoin. Bitcoin is in the process of improving to go with the flow of changes.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: barsharkol12 on July 14, 2018, 12:18:39 PM
btc is not like bubbles. we knew that btc since back then are top from other cryptos. is just that today btc has many its problem on its price dropping however, btc still on top of other cryptos.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: hadveach on July 14, 2018, 01:04:33 PM
There is many topics and discussion that portrait bitcoin and crypto to be a bubble but the fact still remains that if bitcoin was a bubble it could have bursted long ago, we have witness how bitcoin made it from the scraps to be where it is today in terms of market price and market cap. The truth still remains that bitcoin is never a bubble.
I agree with your statement, this is a stupid topic, FUD, and create a market wave. many topics that have themes that bitcoin is a bubble.

but in fact bitcoin is not a bubble, bitcoin is not also a ponzi scheme. bitcoin is a digital currency that has high fluctuations. different from other currencies.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Lakash on July 14, 2018, 01:16:36 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05




No matter how many times they call bitcoin as a bubble, I donít really care. They can call bitcoin whatever they want. We all have different views and are all entitled for our own opinion.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Lexzoom Token on July 14, 2018, 02:02:26 PM
Definitely, there are many discussions that needed an answer about the potential of bitcoin in the future. Given such considerations, we cannot afford on wasting our time on infinite debates because the proof of its existence rely on what it is today. The truth that Bitcoin has its life and still on beating on the market would mean that it can thrive in future Ė Bubble is not for Bitcoin`s good reason.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Yatsan on July 17, 2018, 01:38:37 PM
Do not believe the false news, I think Bitcoin is not as a bubble. If Bitcoin is ever bubble again, then Bitcoin can not survive. poeple knows one as a bubble. Those who say it, I think they could not fully understand Bitcoin.
Well there definition of bubble is definitely what the bubble we have seen that the children was playing. Bubbles would not last long time if they are comparing it to bitcoin. Bubble is not a proper adjective as for its performance, Bitcoin prove itself and still proving its capabilities as of this moment. Remember if bitcoin is just a bubble, it should've bursted out years ago.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: shingaerx on July 17, 2018, 01:40:13 PM
all in this world is bubble so dont worry, just grab this opportunity.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: querjan on July 17, 2018, 01:42:55 PM
Yes they say it again, but don't worry we all believe that blockchain tech will increase.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Nakakapagpabagabag on July 17, 2018, 01:52:45 PM
Do not believe the false news, I think Bitcoin is not as a bubble. If Bitcoin is ever bubble again, then Bitcoin can not survive. poeple knows one as a bubble. Those who say it, I think they could not fully understand Bitcoin.
Well there definition of bubble is definitely what the bubble we have seen that the children was playing. Bubbles would not last long time if they are comparing it to bitcoin. Bubble is not a proper adjective as for its performance, Bitcoin prove itself and still proving its capabilities as of this moment. Remember if bitcoin is just a bubble, it should've bursted out years ago.
Entertaining people who spread bad news about bitcoin will just give you headache. Just focus on your bitcoin, investments, make it grow and ignore the bad news spreading on the social media. Let bitcoin do its thing, bitcoin proved them wrong in the past, and bitcoin will proved them wrong again. Bitcoin existing for a decade. If bitcoin is a bubble then why it is still with us? There are people that will pull you down so that you'll suffer like them.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: gooutfinish on July 19, 2018, 08:05:06 AM
I have never studied computer science and can explain it easily and before anyone starts shouting that exception validation rule, I will add that I do not even know a researcher. Computer science and BTC interest. Someone should send him one of the very brief explanations on BTC that can be found online.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Inasal03 on July 20, 2018, 02:22:25 PM
Yes many topics saying that bitcoin is a bubble and asking if the bitcoin is bubble. Many peoples thinking first like that but first they eed to know and learn about bitcoin because this bitcoin is not a bubble it can help us first about the money second we are leaening about crypto.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Joyjoy16 on July 20, 2018, 02:25:37 PM
Many peoples think that bitcoin is a bubble but that is not true because bitcoin will help us dont just first we should need to know bitcoin.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Gotumoot on July 20, 2018, 02:43:34 PM
Yes many topics saying that bitcoin is a bubble and asking if the bitcoin is bubble. Many peoples thinking first like that but first they eed to know and learn about bitcoin because this bitcoin is not a bubble it can help us first about the money second we are leaening about crypto.
I suggest to dont entertain bad news or people spreading bad news, because they will just give you headache. And just focus on your investments, because your investments is all that matters. Dont waste your time on the things that you will not earn good things that will help you today and in the future.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: ubay on July 20, 2018, 04:22:55 PM
Let Robert Shiller consider bitcoin as a bubble, he does not deepen his knowledge of bitcoin. And maybe he wants to spread the bubble issue against beginner bitcoin so as not to use bitcoin. But definitely, bitcoin is not a bubble that once broke and disappeared, bitcoin is a real ecosystem in cyberspace.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Edward Wilkins on July 21, 2018, 07:06:56 AM
Why do you speak of a bubble? Bitcoin by now has had it's fair share of troubles, but those have been overcome. It represents real value. Mining it means investing in it, and you can buy and sell anything with it that you can buy with other currencies.

There are 2 things that i can think of that could bring it down:

A global government boycott
A bug or vulnerability in the system that has big impact
Other than that, i see no reason for collapse


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Sydney Chapman on July 21, 2018, 07:14:44 AM
Itís hard because a large number of people own and use BTC. What could happen would be for those that own very large amounts to agree to sell it altogether, in which case itís price would drop proportionally. But then some would see it as a chance to buy cheaply again.

Only if another coin becomes as widely used (used, not just owned) as BTC will it drop more permanently. At the moment most coin ATMS are for bitcoins only. If that changes and if new ways of exchange come to exist, another coin could take itís place.



Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: andreyka03081990 on July 21, 2018, 04:23:13 PM
Well, every person has his own opinion on this matter, who does not understand the crypto currency market or even did not even know a bit about it, he can say so, but all those people who understand this market are confident that this lies


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: boltz on July 21, 2018, 04:29:26 PM
Bitcoin has faced this problem since it's launch and it will face this problem long time from now as most of the "experts" consider the price dropping of bitcoin, just another bubble ready to take out people money but let's be honest and face the reality and we can see clearly that bitcoin is not a bubble and the price fluctuation has been there since it's major rise to 1k$ so if you can't stand the heat, crypto is not for you.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Zalaster on July 21, 2018, 04:33:04 PM
I do not think that we should pay attention to the false accusations of bitcoin. This is not a bubble, but the future. There are still skeptics who are tied to the past. How many were inventions in history, which at first were considered useless, but then they became part of modern society. For example, I know that many thought electricity was useless, but how can we live without it now?


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: cryptoteen on July 21, 2018, 04:48:33 PM
Well, since then bitcoins have caught on with a vengeance, and their value has indeed soared. Last week the price of the cryptocurrency jumped to a high of US$11,434, up a spectacular 1,438 per cent over the previous 12 months, as hundreds of thousands of new users rushed to open bitcoin accounts. Yet despite the electronic currencyís ballooning popularity, the criticisms the Post made back in 2013 are still valid, and in the intervening years a few more failings have become apparent. It has to be said that the ďblockchainĒ distributed ledger technology that underpins bitcoin is undeniably clever, and will no doubt find many applications over the coming years, especially in financial disintermediation.



Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: virendarnagpal on July 21, 2018, 05:00:00 PM
people are speaking both ways.  some  people give positive statement about bitcoin.  immediately we get negative statement from other person.  I see it's just clash of interests. 
A person engaged in banking will be criticizing bitcoin.  But a man engaged in bitcoin business will criticize bank and fiat currency.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: TmottaDing on July 21, 2018, 05:04:46 PM
No one cares about this anymore, so i do not think that it also gives more motivation for people to stay away from bitcoin, it is normal to see it considered as a bubble, but we all are more than used to see this kind of stuff on the internet.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: ngusmin on July 21, 2018, 07:41:30 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


Bitcoin is unstable and bitcoin prices are constantly changing, therefore bitcoin is described as bubbles by people who don't like bitcoin. They do not understand bitcoin, and when they understand bitcoin, they'll buy bitcoin.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: kys.berkut on July 24, 2018, 03:07:48 PM
In my opinion, Bitcoin can actually be a bubble. Bitcoin is of real value, however Bitcoin's pricing is judged to be too high for real value. Bitcoin is used as a payment solution with the ability to perform 7 transactions per second and transaction costs are quite high. If the volume of Bitcoin participants continues to increase, it will come a simple transaction that can take up to tens of hours and can cost up to 50% of the transaction value. Bitcoin will then be a bad payment solution and like the tulip, which will soon be seen.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: deadpool1997 on July 24, 2018, 03:08:41 PM

Bitcoin makes a breakthrough by being the first currency not to be managed by any government, central bank or economic institution. However, more and more governments are eager to tighten control over this virtual currency, at least on their territory. No one can explain how Bitcoin has grown so perhaps if the bubble burst, the devaluation of the currency would be hard to explain as the price has risen. Bitcoin may be following the fall of the Previously bubble or will be like the dot com bubble when investors sit on huge virtual assets worth but can not sell to anyone.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: previouslyabused on July 25, 2018, 01:07:50 AM
if people call bitcoin a bubble, they ought to explain why exactly it is, instead of incompetently comparing it to past bubbles that do not share any characteristics with bitcoin other than a big price tag


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: kimdungtruyen on July 25, 2018, 01:08:54 AM
- If bitcoin were a bubble, it would be the largest one humankind has ever witnessed . But that is unlikely. It is more likely that bitcoin is just an amazing creation. Its value and potential dwarfs any fintech idea heretofore imagined, and the [Suspicious link removed]munities are just getting started.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Carney Nicholass on July 25, 2018, 01:49:46 AM
Well, Btc is really a bubble. By the beginning of 2018, there were 1,142 electronic coins, and the list continued to grow. There seems to be no barriers to entry. Bitcoin's market share in the digital money market continues to decline. Bitcoin currently accounts for about 48.9% of the digital money market, down from nearly 90% in 2013.
As the logic of investing in securities, the higher the market share of a company in its industry, the more valuable it is. In contrast, market share declined, not related to falling prices, is a bubble


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: KennethDarnell on July 25, 2018, 02:02:32 AM
no its not a bubble after price corretion now btc price is up so it a good sign for market


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Bulljcak on July 25, 2018, 01:41:46 PM
if you look just one year before what was the price, or just show who say 'BTC is bubble' that conversation is over immediately.
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Btc price early this year had very slow beginning.Thats why its described a bubble.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: thekrakennnm on August 03, 2018, 02:19:44 PM
The old school thoughts sometimes do not really work at all and therefore we need new ideas.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: jakedeez on August 03, 2018, 08:17:20 PM
Bitcoin is still the bubble so far
It will benefit you when you take advantage of the opportunity of this bubble

I agree with you because you still need to have knowledge about cryptocurrency and how it work. Using it you can really get prophet in the future.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Rocktop044 on August 03, 2018, 08:21:09 PM
Bitcoin is a bubble, with no intrinsic value. It is also not an effective store of funds, owing to its volatility.
Cryptocurrency derives most of its worth from the blockchain technology and how in can be integrated into any system.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: renggileh on August 03, 2018, 08:35:45 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

bitcoin is always a bubble, it's hard to get rid of that impression.
but everyone certainly has a different view of this, such a FUD will not affect bitcoin.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: DatchRoem on August 04, 2018, 07:44:03 AM
The fact that Bitcoin is described as a Bubble is caused by an unhealthy rush around the technology of blockade. This topic suddenly became very popular. Naturally, in a certain period this caused some symptoms of the bubble. When the market stops fever, everything will return to normal.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Blackhammer321 on August 04, 2018, 08:40:21 AM
Bitcoin always becomes a bubble whenever the prices drives down but becomes the rave of the moment or makes the world go 'crazy' because of addiction to it. It is either here or there. People will not stop spreading lies about bitcoin. Whatever they gain attempting to kill bitcoin is left for them.

People tends to spread positive everytime the situation is on top and they tends to believe amd spread negative during the market's down. This is the illness the people has. They only wanted something in where they are benifiting amd this is not a very good thing. People should realize that even a small dot has an effect. They should not spread false or fake news instead they can create a news that will help everyone to be on a better state of living. Bitcoin is there for help, lets not waste the opportunity the bitcoin is giving to us.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: clonely on August 04, 2018, 11:44:44 AM
While the price of bitcoin is rising, it's super something, the balloon is falling. These are empty things.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: ansdb on August 04, 2018, 11:49:47 AM
don't trust these things again they want people to be fear about investing in bitcoin, but in the other hand just don't invest all your money in BTC


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Helex on August 04, 2018, 12:06:14 PM
It has been said since 2011, those who ignored it are now millionaires. I am not financial advisor - if you believe in it ,do it. Either you will get success or you will learn.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: AlexAtom on August 04, 2018, 03:01:30 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05


We should not listen to them. It has been long time that bitcoin called a bubbles or pyramid scheme or something bad.
The reality is bitcoin value keep increasing every year. This means bitcoin have a great value in our world.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: dutchkay on August 04, 2018, 03:12:06 PM
Bitcoin being a bubble is no longer a new term to us crypto enthusiasts who have been in the game. We have been hearing if bubble every time. But the real question is are we really in a bubble or is it still coming. What if the bubble is already here with us and we won't know when it will even faze out. Many argue that Bitcoin bubble will be the one that will throw many off balance. But we say let's be doing what we are doing while waiting for its arrival.
#DieHardFans


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: gabmen on August 05, 2018, 01:23:20 PM
It has been said since 2011, those who ignored it are now millionaires. I am not financial advisor - if you believe in it ,do it. Either you will get success or you will learn.

Yup exactly. In the end, your money your call. You don't really lose if you learn from your mistakes and those that took reasonable risks end up with great rewards. Being all too pessimist will only make you lose opportunities


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: atmos on August 05, 2018, 01:34:04 PM
It's simple. Someone defines bitcoin as a bubble, and someone as "digital gold". In the long run, the former will be left with nothing, while the latter will become millionaires. That's all.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: esetop01tryba on August 05, 2018, 01:36:48 PM
You need to be patient and wait for better times ! But I think that you need to buy and enter the market !


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: AAfunctionaluppityF on August 05, 2018, 01:38:14 PM
I can't ready these thing anymore... really...
BTC has never been a bubble and it never will be it!!! This is an innovative cryptocurrency that will replace any circulating economic system!
Banks know that and they want to enter into this market at lower price ;)


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: mintevacuateY on August 05, 2018, 02:10:45 PM
Bubbles also has the capability to rise just like how earlier it helped in earning money.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: senin on August 05, 2018, 02:39:03 PM
Bitcoin always becomes a bubble whenever the prices drives down but becomes the rave of the moment or makes the world go 'crazy' because of addiction to it. It is either here or there. People will not stop spreading lies about bitcoin. Whatever they gain attempting to kill bitcoin is left for them.
Strangely, it seemed to me that bitcoin manifests its bubble qualities when it rises sharply in price to decent heights, as it was in December of last year, and not when it falls in price. For example, now that it has dropped to less than seven thousand dollars, it is relatively difficult to call it a bubble. If by the end of the year he again rises to 20 000 - 25 000 dollars, then, most likely, he again becomes a bubble. However, at what stage it will become a dangerous bubble, while no one can say.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Jakson123777 on August 05, 2018, 02:48:20 PM
Unfortunately it is true that bitcoin is a bubble.But it is not known how much it can grow.Not all people know about bitcoin and its value.Yet globally, few people bought it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Chrisjay29 on August 05, 2018, 03:00:04 PM
Will for me bitcoin is alreafy a buble currency for me but i trust bitcoin that it will not gonna pop like a buble and i believe it will not happen because of his population and user he will never gonna pop


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: peter1 on August 05, 2018, 03:36:22 PM
The BTC is a huge bubble that has been described this way for ten years, and ten years later it's not going to burst, so do you think it's going to burst?


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Epimetheus on August 05, 2018, 07:00:36 PM
it is true there are still many topics about the future of bitcoin that needs to be discussed, but Bitcoin described as Bubble should also be discussed, because this bitcoin always moves all the time and has change, the tie is termed as bubble
Bitcoin is highly volatile currency. And Because of its no physical form many people consider it as bubble. In resent year their is frequently falling in the price of bitcoin and because of this many economist claims it is bubble. Like bubbles in its price exponentially increase because of this many people invest in bitcoin but after this their is sudden fall in its price affects many people. Because of this many people say it is the biggest bubble in the crypto history. But i think bitcoin is not a bubble. its price will be increase because many big multinational companies using it and this thing help it to increase its share value market.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: km4700ruda on August 05, 2018, 07:05:21 PM
They specially do such news, that from weak hands to take money, do not be fooled by their tricks


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: charlzyeby on August 05, 2018, 07:12:54 PM
Sometimes these professors find it difficult to understand how the world is evolving differently from their young days. The blockchain and other technologies like AI are leading the way to the future where archaic economics principles may not work.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: poTTer666 on August 07, 2018, 12:49:18 AM
There is no point being negative about the statements like these as they donít help.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Trendytagr on August 08, 2018, 11:56:34 AM
There is truth in this statemen to a certain extent. The intentions of those who make such statements aren't positive though.  Media want to create FUD around something uncontrolable for goverments and banks.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Carlosfeer12 on August 08, 2018, 01:35:27 PM
The change and the continuous movement is described s a bubble and it happens all time.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: stayeduptolate on August 17, 2018, 09:38:16 AM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

Those who are calling bitcoin a bubble or a scam should know first that bitcoin is a volatile crypto currency and moreover it is a kind of investment so the ups and downs and the pumps and dumps are very common in all kind of investment so if the valuation of bitcoin is deflating doesnít mean that it would end up soon or is a bubble that would burst soon, I think these people are morons and time will answer them all when bitcoin will get centralised globally.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: vladdracula06660 on August 29, 2018, 09:58:48 AM
Bitcoin in its essence is a bubble, but it has gone very far to support many countries and famous people ! They will never burst and will not forget about it !


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: bonammeo on September 12, 2018, 12:53:42 PM
Bitcoin is a bubble, this is undeniable. However, it gives you more chances of success. Bitcoin always exists, which no bubble can do.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: 10c on September 24, 2018, 11:57:51 AM
It's silly to argue that bitcoin is a bubble, because many people write this for a long time, and still come into it and invest certain funds.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: burky156 on September 24, 2018, 12:15:04 PM
It has been described a bubble or with many other bad named before too. I don't know why the people makes stupid speculations such as this one. If someone believes that the Bitcoin is bubble, he has to shut up and leave this world and never get alloud with cryptocurrency again. So simple.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: hacekd on September 24, 2018, 12:20:15 PM
There is many topics and discussion that portrait bitcoin and crypto to be a bubble but the fact still remains that if bitcoin was a bubble it could have bursted long ago, we have witness how bitcoin made it from the scraps to be where it is today in terms of market price and market cap. The truth still remains that bitcoin is never a bubble.
the increase and decrease that is happening very fast which makes this happen, and the volume which is unpredictable is very influential on the price, it is only natural if the price is uncertain


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: jobukegoya on October 08, 2018, 12:32:15 PM
The BTC is a huge bubble that has been described this way for ten years, and ten years later it's not going to burst, so do you think it's going to burst?
I don't think it will explode, because bitcoin isn't a bubble. People assume that bitcoin is a bubble because the prices created within a decade beat the price of currencies around the world. That's the first. Secondly, people assume that bitcoin will explode when the amount of bitcoin has reached 21 million, becomes worthless. I do not believe, because after that the price of bitcoin is more stable and not too volatile.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Glutius on October 08, 2018, 06:37:22 PM
About bitcoin you can read a huge number of different opinions, including skeptical. But positive opinions about it, too, quite a lot. Therefore, I advise you to just make your personal opinion about the cryptocurrency and decide whether you are ready to invest your money in it. I'm ready, despite all the skepticism.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: bigbosma on October 08, 2018, 06:54:42 PM
I do not understand why many people still consider bitcoin a bubble, although it has been successfully developing for 10 years, is actively growing and gaining more trust in people. Therefore, I can not consider it a fraud.



Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Udrujec on October 08, 2018, 07:00:08 PM
But it is your right to believe in these skeptical statements or not. I am fully confident in bitcoin, so I invest in it. But if in doubt, then you should not mess with cryptocurrencies.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: wxa7115 on October 08, 2018, 08:10:08 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

Quote
To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

Quote
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

The very same thing was said about the Internet when it was gaining popularity, people thought that the Internet will disappear because they did not saw the potential in it, from time to time I like to read those articles just to remind me how shortsighted some people can be, just two decades after the Internet became popular, people freak out if they are not connected every single minute of every day, people do not have to understand exactly how the Internet works they just need to know what they can do with it.

And the same is going to happen with bitcoin, I believe that the path that we're going to have to go through is going to be even harder because bitcoin affects the economic interests of many powerful parties but still it seems to me that massive adoption is unavoidable.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: stiffbud on October 10, 2018, 03:11:42 AM
But it is your right to believe in these skeptical statements or not. I am fully confident in bitcoin, so I invest in it. But if in doubt, then you should not mess with cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin volatile is one of the biggest disadvantage for it progress and profit. Because of this volatile nature its price fluctuate over time to time. And Because of this many of its user and investors specialist consider it as a bubble. And also advise other that not to invest in it. In 2017 its price is 3 time higher than that of its present market price and this thing is also an reason being called it as a bubble. But in my opinion it is not a bubble. It just a period of time its volatility will be decrease and many companies take it for their uses will be help it to become a stable currency.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: DisWhale on October 10, 2018, 03:56:32 AM
Bitcoin is not a bubble. It would have burst long ago when the government and banks began to attack it. The technology behind Bitcoin is revolutionary and will definitely sail through and become very valuable some few years to come.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: ufalo3 on October 10, 2018, 05:28:49 AM
But it is your right to believe in these skeptical statements or not. I am fully confident in bitcoin, so I invest in it. But if in doubt, then you should not mess with cryptocurrencies.
I have also heard that Bitcoin was called the biggest scam in the world but it does not mean that I should take it as the truth. No, BTC is not any kind of a bubble scheme.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: richman3451 on October 10, 2018, 07:08:36 AM
let's not forget that stat it is also rumors it is just someone's opinion that bitcoin death was predicted many times but it is alive the market exists big players invest in bitcoin large sums


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Colan Zolo on October 10, 2018, 08:22:58 AM
Bitcoin is a future coin, not a bubble that bursts only the wind coming out. Bitcoin is an investment that is enough to make many people regret not having. The advantage of bitcoin has been proven to those who have managed to manage it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: maxilopez on October 10, 2018, 08:29:05 AM
Now we see a lot of negative news about Bitcoin and this is what whales want. Soon we will see again a positive news background and growth, believe me, this is a big game with big money


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: poetra2501 on October 10, 2018, 08:37:08 AM
But it is your right to believe in these skeptical statements or not. I am fully confident in bitcoin, so I invest in it. But if in doubt, then you should not mess with cryptocurrencies.
I have also heard that Bitcoin was called the biggest scam in the world but it does not mean that I should take it as the truth. No, BTC is not any kind of a bubble scheme.
This is because the people there are still many who do not understand about the world of Bitcoin
so they thought the Bitcoin it is a bubble scam. This is became our duty to provide information to them.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Sanjida on October 10, 2018, 10:36:50 AM
People who do not understand anything about bitcoin.this is indisputable and it has gone very far to backing many clime.it gives you more chances of success.they will never burst and will not forget as regards it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: wxa7115 on October 12, 2018, 09:20:40 PM
Bitcoin is not a bubble. It would have burst long ago when the government and banks began to attack it. The technology behind Bitcoin is revolutionary and will definitely sail through and become very valuable some few years to come.
Bitcoin itself is not a bubble I think that most people in the forum understand it, but we must admit that the price has a tendency to bubble from time to time, it is undeniable that the price of 20000 that we reached at the end of that year was a bubble and anyone that doesn't want to admit that then it's denying the reality of what happened, however many people are unable to see beyond that, they only see a currency that moves wildly and they do not trust it.

And while I can understand why they think like that at the same time they are not seeing all the potential that bitcoin and a few other cryptocurrencies have, because I have no doubt that in 20 years bitcoin is going to be everywhere similar to what happens to the Internet right now.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: bigbosma on October 13, 2018, 06:48:25 PM
However, I don't believe that bitcoin is really a bubble and a Scam. This is an excellent working technology, which has great prospects for application in the modern economic space.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: WebTera on October 13, 2018, 07:04:28 PM
I often read different articles about bitcoin being a Scam and all that sort of thing. And so far, none of them seemed convincing to me. Therefore, I continue to invest in bitcoin and advise it to all my friends.



Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Elerntta on October 13, 2018, 07:24:57 PM
We meet a huge number of such articles with a negative opinion about bitcoin. But I'm not even going to believe in them. I know bitcoin on the other hand as a unique working technology. And it does not cause me any doubt.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: wxa7115 on October 16, 2018, 04:46:48 PM
I often read different articles about bitcoin being a Scam and all that sort of thing. And so far, none of them seemed convincing to me. Therefore, I continue to invest in bitcoin and advise it to all my friends.


It is not really surprising why those articles that say that bitcoin is a scam have not convinced you, and that is because bitcoin is not a scam, many times I have heard people saying that bitcoin is similar to a Ponzi scam in which the early investors get the money of the previous ones and eventually when it crashes all of those that invested last are going to lose all their money, but if that were the definition of a scam then all the economy of the world is a scam because that is the way it works.

Anyone that buys a stock in the stock market do so because they believe the stock that they are buying is going to go up in value in the long term, so all of those saying that bitcoin is a scam do not really understand how the markets work.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: minhlee95 on October 18, 2018, 09:30:02 PM
You know, I meet so many skeptical opinions about bitcoin that I decided not to pay attention to them. Everyone can decide for himself whether he is ready to invest cryptocurrency. It is not compulsory now. Therefore, if someone wants to consider bitcoin a bubble-it's his right. Anyway, in the end, this man will realize that he was wrong.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: KrishaBitcoin on October 19, 2018, 01:42:35 AM
This bubble issue will only disappear after years will past by in which by that time still Bitcoin should continue to survive and to exist as talking of a bubble then Bitcoin should burst long time ago. I suggest we should used to their assumptions and ignored them as we believed that Bitcoin is not a bubble but a lifetime invesment.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: biskitop on October 19, 2018, 01:47:39 AM
don't focus too much on the negative news about bitcoin. it's just a FUD that makes other people panic and sell their coins. look at the other side, that the market is getting green now and we must continue to support them by increasing our investment.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: mensahkkofie on December 04, 2018, 11:56:10 AM
I do not understand why many people still consider bitcoin a bubble, although it has been successfully developing for 10 years, is actively growing and gaining more trust in people. Therefore, I can not consider it a fraud.


There is a popular saying that one should not invest in something that he/she doesn't understand. People would always speak negatively about things which seems complicated or unclear to them. I guess there is more education to be done for people to understand blockchain technology.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: NickkiJonathan on December 20, 2018, 04:49:51 AM
- If bitcoin were a bubble, it would be the largest one humankind has ever witnessed . But that is unlikely. It is more likely that bitcoin is just an amazing creation. Its value and potential dwarfs any fintech idea heretofore imagined, and the [Suspicious link removed]munities are just getting started.
The same idea


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: dmamigo on December 20, 2018, 08:59:00 AM
Bitcoin is not a bubble for sure, it is a great invention following which blockchain technology is being recognised and planned to develop further in future. The ATH value BTC hit in December 2017 can be still termed as a bubble. The all-time high was just a bubble for sure, or else the drastic fall wouldn't have taken place.
But the opinions, statements of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies being fake, a bubble etc., are just FUDs which are wise to avoid in order to help the market stabilise and grow appropriately.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Gabteb on December 20, 2018, 09:07:14 AM
This we have seen many times when some jurnals start it and what we know afther this when uers start panic and dump someone from bilioners buy BTC  all this done by <<owners>> of world to have all BTC in their hands and guees what would happen afther ? price go higher as much as possible then they run the new world.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: erikoy on December 20, 2018, 09:27:38 AM
At first I do not understand why people comparing bitcoin as a bubble but later on I had already the idea on why they always state the bitcoin is just like a bubble because as it goes to a certain peak market price most of the investors will going to sell so this will going to fluctuate down and relatively just like a bubble in just a short period of time bitcoin market price will going to crash. But, somehow it could gain again but in a slow process.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: joshv06 on December 20, 2018, 10:02:37 AM
At first I do not understand why people comparing bitcoin as a bubble but later on I had already the idea on why they always state the bitcoin is just like a bubble because as it goes to a certain peak market price most of the investors will going to sell so this will going to fluctuate down and relatively just like a bubble in just a short period of time bitcoin market price will going to crash. But, somehow it could gain again but in a slow process.

Yes i do believe on this term bitcoin described as bubble because the market is pumping up now gradually and people going to sell the coins to get benefit and if it goes down selling will hold and big investors will take whale of profit when it is down and again if BTC crash then it will termed as bitcoin is going to crash. These shows like bubble in the market.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: katerinaliisa on December 20, 2018, 10:12:12 AM
I believe that bitcoin in some way can be considered a bubble. Let me explain what I mean. I believe that the cryptocurrency market will develop and gradually enter our daily lives. I see its perspective and development process. However, trading on the cryptocurrency market is just comparable to a bubble. She's very unpredictable. Sometimes the market moves in spite of all the Analytics. It's some kind of capitalization game I think . It is possible that someone controls it, but I have not seen and will not say that this is so. But unfortunately, I can't explain it any other way.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: South Park on December 20, 2018, 08:45:32 PM
Bitcoin is not a bubble for sure, it is a great invention following which blockchain technology is being recognised and planned to develop further in future. The ATH value BTC hit in December 2017 can be still termed as a bubble. The all-time high was just a bubble for sure, or else the drastic fall wouldn't have taken place.
But the opinions, statements of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies being fake, a bubble etc., are just FUDs which are wise to avoid in order to help the market stabilise and grow appropriately.
There is no doubt that from time to time bubbles can form in bitcoin but that does not mean that bitcoin is not a valid investment and a great technology, this is like the dot com bubble where many good companies saw their stock price to go very high only to crash later but despite that the companies that were any good recovered and are now some of the most powerful companies around the world.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: leetcoiner on December 20, 2018, 08:49:20 PM
Bitcoin is not a bubble for sure, it is a great invention following which blockchain technology is being recognised and planned to develop further in future. The ATH value BTC hit in December 2017 can be still termed as a bubble. The all-time high was just a bubble for sure, or else the drastic fall wouldn't have taken place.
But the opinions, statements of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies being fake, a bubble etc., are just FUDs which are wise to avoid in order to help the market stabilise and grow appropriately.
There is no doubt that from time to time bubbles can form in bitcoin but that does not mean that bitcoin is not a valid investment and a great technology, this is like the dot com bubble where many good companies saw their stock price to go very high only to crash later but despite that the companies that were any good recovered and are now some of the most powerful companies around the world.

Complete agreement. Just imagine, and better look at the statistics of corporations, whose shares are now worth billions of dollars, but when they start they did not believe almost no one. However, investors who gave them life saw something and won a lot of money when others earned a penny investing in the next pyramid.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: seleme on December 20, 2018, 09:09:36 PM
Bitcoin is not a bubble for sure, it is a great invention following which blockchain technology is being recognised and planned to develop further in future. The ATH value BTC hit in December 2017 can be still termed as a bubble. The all-time high was just a bubble for sure, or else the drastic fall wouldn't have taken place.
But the opinions, statements of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies being fake, a bubble etc., are just FUDs which are wise to avoid in order to help the market stabilise and grow appropriately.
There is no doubt that from time to time bubbles can form in bitcoin but that does not mean that bitcoin is not a valid investment and a great technology, this is like the dot com bubble where many good companies saw their stock price to go very high only to crash later but despite that the companies that were any good recovered and are now some of the most powerful companies around the world.

Complete agreement. Just imagine, and better look at the statistics of corporations, whose shares are now worth billions of dollars, but when they start they did not believe almost no one. However, investors who gave them life saw something and won a lot of money when others earned a penny investing in the next pyramid.

Comparing stock market to crypto market is not going to give you expected result. Mechanism is different than what we think. Investors have  powerful money management like dividing portfolios to risky and safe assets. Whenever crisis starts to smell in markets investors transfer all their wealth to safe assets like gold,government bonds.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: A7373 on December 20, 2018, 09:17:51 PM
Everything can be in that world. We must be ready for anything. But I believe that while cryptocurrency-based projects go out into the world, Bitcoin and the rest of the cryptocurrency will develop.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: rtm125 on December 20, 2018, 09:33:09 PM
It is a pity that not all people believe in bitcoin and help its development. But I think that time will put everything in its place and everyone will understand that we really need cryptocurrency and will use it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: udivkx on December 20, 2018, 09:34:46 PM
I've read a lot of articles on this topic, but none of them convinced me that bitcoin is a bubble. Therefore, I continue to believe in it and invest. I am sure that he will meet all our expectations.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Dexion on December 20, 2018, 09:53:03 PM
People who do not understand anything about bitcoin are saying bitcoin is complete bubble but they are totally wrong. Bitcoin has ups and downs but it does not mean bitcoin is bubble.
yes. it is for people who do not know the BTC concept. but what do you think about Buffet's statement? and in my opinion he understands the concept of BTC. but he just did not want to recognize the credibility of BTC. and finally he created FUD. I want to know. What do you think?


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Marbelli on December 20, 2018, 10:41:01 PM
it has been described as a bubble for more than ten years, but itís evil for all its critics to continue to live and develop


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Attisob on December 20, 2018, 10:58:19 PM
Still a lot of discussions about the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies surrounding in scientific community. Aren't experts yet convainced that bitcoin is a reality?
In an interview for CNBC, Robert Shiller (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_J._Shiller) the professor at Yale University expressed his rather negative sentiment towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying:

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To me itís another example of faddish human behavior.
Link to the interview: https://www.c[Suspicious link removed]m/2018/05/21/bitcoin-could-be-another-failed-currency-robert-shiller-says.html

Shiller consolidated his opinions on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a long post from where i prefered to take this note:

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Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.
Link to full article: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/cryptocurrencies-scientific-narrative-by-robert-j--shiller-2018-05

Funny enough, the most LEARNED are not always the most informed: When we are talking of blockchain Technology, Crypto ATM and making fianancial transactions much simpler.... a PROF seems unaware of what is pilling  up?


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Bobby park on December 20, 2018, 11:18:50 PM
I do not anymore surprise in bitcoin bubble thing. Imagine, more than 5 years of speculation then bitcoin turns to a profitable investment. Of course, people will say a negative thought in bitcoin because the price can't control by the people. They just give their own opinion, based upon what they saw in the market.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: kogozer714 on December 21, 2018, 05:38:41 PM
many people don't understand bitcoin and there are many more that need to be discussed about bitcoin. if true bitcoin is a bubble then bitcoin shouldn't be able to survive until here bro, maybe some people who say bitcoin is a bubble they don't really understand what bitcoin is


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Blockfolioz on December 21, 2018, 05:48:41 PM
This is the common mentality of people. Whenever there is drastic rise in value and unexpected price fall people start speculating it as a bubble. Similar thing happened with the internet over the 1990's. Bitcoin being entirely new to the global community it is not that easy for people to understand about it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Rofiz on December 21, 2018, 07:02:36 PM
Bitcoin's market share in the digital money market continues to decline. Bitcoin currently accounts for about 48.9% of the digital money market. As the logic of investing in securities, the higher the market share of a company in its industry, the more valuable it is.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: A7373 on December 21, 2018, 10:57:44 PM
I think that all these negative news is just a fake for someone's needs.  So someone needs it! Remember the beginning of 2017? - Then everyone said that Bitcoin is the future!


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: South Park on December 22, 2018, 05:19:39 PM
Comparing stock market to crypto market is not going to give you expected result. Mechanism is different than what we think. Investors have  powerful money management like dividing portfolios to risky and safe assets. Whenever crisis starts to smell in markets investors transfer all their wealth to safe assets like gold,government bonds.
The analogy doesn't have to be perfect in order to work, we know that stocks and cryptocurrencies are completely different, but since both of those are markets and markets follow the laws of supply and demand then we can make some comparisons among them and as I stated before there have been cases in which good stocks were in the middle of a bubble but that doesn't mean that those stocks were no good.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: ngocbkcse on December 22, 2018, 05:25:37 PM
To be honest right now bitcoin does remind a bubble because it does not stand on anything real like national currencies. That is why some people are suspicious about it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Valer4ik on December 22, 2018, 07:19:11 PM
from 3200 and below there are huge walls for purchases, I think we will not go below 3500 and if we leave then not for long. A little bit overcrowd hamster crows and calm down.

 

I donít turn off the farms because Income increases in bits (in rubles or $ has long been in the red). Now, if in the cue ball it will fall then I will disconnect after a certain level.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: aray80 on December 22, 2018, 10:45:27 PM
one of the causes of the decline in bitcoin in the last few months is the number of concurrent sales and many new investors who want to buy at low prices and that is not a bubble to be feared


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Bitfling on December 23, 2018, 03:54:03 AM
I am always ignore if people saying bitcoin is a buble. Its just a FUD because bitcoin already survive in 9 years. If bitcoin is a buble, i am believe Nasdaq wont interesting and Goldman Sachs wont buying Poloniex. Its real investment but we should keep it for long term


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: Malamok101 on December 23, 2018, 01:05:24 PM
We can not stop the price of bitcoin what will be the outcome so we are facing the big dropped of it. Some people saying it will become a cent only in the future.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: globalking on December 23, 2018, 01:23:51 PM
this common now as the bitcoin starts the growth some people and some media start saying bitcoin is a bubble which is not true.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: fortunecrypto on December 23, 2018, 02:31:28 PM
There are literally hundreds of this article coming from noobs and so-called experts, but as always after ten years Bitcoin is still here and I guess we will still see a lot of this articles in the future, and it will surface everytime Bitcoin is dropping, this is like encouraging us to give up.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: keyscore44 on December 23, 2018, 02:35:45 PM
The fact that Bitcoin is a bubble is a topic that returns every time when price increases or decreases. Of course, there are price bubbles - as in any financial market and it is completely normal. However, to say that Bitcoin IS a bubble can only be said by a person who has no idea what the cryptocurrency is for and what technology is behind it.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: _Mikasa_ on December 23, 2018, 02:45:44 PM
Practically no one, outside of computer science departments, can explain how cryptocurrencies work, and that mystery creates an aura of exclusivity, gives the new money glamour, and fills devotees with revolutionary zeal, [Ö] None of this is new, and, as with past monetary innovations, a seemingly compelling story may not be enough.

He's so ignorant. I have never studied computer science and could explain it with ease and before somebody starts screaming that exception confirms the rule, i'll add that I don't even know a single person who studied computer science and is interested in BTC. In reality most bitcoiners are normal people with various interests, not programmers like this guy seems to think.

Somebody should send him one of those very short explanations of BTC that can be found online. It really can be fully described in less than a minute.

On point! People use their technical knowledge to sway people without proving anything. Bitcoin is here for years and making people successful by using it smartly and effectively. Many people are also heart-broken on this massive dump but I really do hope that it will regain its original state.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: acheampong64 on December 23, 2018, 02:49:23 PM
By the way even if this is a bubble then it's a sweet bubble that hasn't been experienced ever. I say so because bubbles that burst don't form again unless you make another one but Bitcoin has "busted" (as they say) and has resurrected severally and so how are they going to describe that also?


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: AAKODI on December 23, 2018, 03:06:04 PM
Most people describes Bitcoin as a Bubble but the truth is very far from it because in the future Bitcoin will be better than fine and many predict Bitcoin will be considered as a mainstream currency in the world by changing the inefficient banking system and other traditional and non advanced organizations by proving blockchain based decentralized cryptocurrency transaction system to make faster, secure and better payments and transactions for any need from anywhere in the world at any time so in the future these qualities will make Bitcoin more popular among many individuals in the world so even at the moment prices are low and seems as a bubble for some in few years most will believe in bitcoin


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: A7373 on December 24, 2018, 06:25:08 PM
I think that all these articles are invented by manipulators, or by those people who are simply afraid to take a risk and thus justify their fear.


Title: Re: Again, Bitcoin described as a Bubble.
Post by: South Park on December 26, 2018, 06:09:52 PM
Most people describes Bitcoin as a Bubble but the truth is very far from it because in the future Bitcoin will be better than fine and many predict Bitcoin will be considered as a mainstream currency in the world by changing the inefficient banking system and other traditional and non advanced organizations by proving blockchain based decentralized cryptocurrency transaction system to make faster, secure and better payments and transactions for any need from anywhere in the world at any time so in the future these qualities will make Bitcoin more popular among many individuals in the world so even at the moment prices are low and seems as a bubble for some in few years most will believe in bitcoin
I suppose the reason of why many people have the impression that bitcoin is a bubble is because of the speed at which it moves, they think that a financial asset that is any good can form a bubble but it takes decades for that to happen, but when it comes to bitcoin we see a bubble forming just a few years after the last one and so people have a tendency to think that no normal asset should move like that, but they do not understand that bitcoin is not like other assets.