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October 29, 2017, 02:03:41 PM
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I don't think it's going to have any effect on bitcoin at all. It's an entirely different market and crypro isn't dependent on anything out of stockmarket so i don't see why crypto would be affected then

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October 29, 2017, 07:47:11 PM
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Nothing will happen to Crypto if stockmarket crashes and i think if it did happen, traders in the stock market will switch to Crypto. I heard of a guy who used to a trader in stock market for 16 years and he switched to Crypto trading in 2010. He made it big in Crypto trading that after a year he retired with all the profits he earned from trading cryptos, his name is Mike Komaransky. One's loss is another's gain.

It is not just about one trader switching to bitcoin. There are many traders here who continue trading, for example, stocks in addition to trading crypto. To put it differently, those who wanted to trade cryptocurrencies are already doing that. In this manner, I don't think that many of the stock traders would switch to trading coins if the stock market should crash. They will likely switch to debt markets like the US treasuries or currency markets because treasuries and major currencies are less risky assets than stocks.
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October 29, 2017, 07:55:50 PM
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HSBC sent an alert that there may be an imminent crash of stockmarket similar to 1987 Black Monday

https://www.rt.com/business/362618-stock-market-severe-fall/

If this happens again, what's everyones opinion on the effects on crypto? Would a bunch of burnt investors jump on board?
For now there isn´t a real correlation about this two markets. In fact there is still very little knowledge in traditional stock markets about BTC, blockchain and the whole cryptocurrency environment. When you say a couple of burnt investors will jump, yes a couple will, but not a lot. If the problem persists on the stock market side for some time maybe then we see some influx to BTC and crypto.

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October 29, 2017, 08:15:58 PM
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If the regular stock market collapses, chances are cryptocurrencies will see a boom as people withdraw their investments into other things such as crypto.

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October 29, 2017, 08:27:43 PM
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Well in my opinion, as many people are saying that there is no direct correlation between the stockmarket crash and crypto, BUT many big investors could see if the crash is sure to happen and they might go and invest in bitcoin in order to prevent the losses, therefore that might kick the bitcoin price up a little bit but after the dust has settled, there might be a dump when they're selling the bitcoin so it might cause the price to go down a little. Tho, that's all a big "if" situation.
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October 29, 2017, 08:32:24 PM
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Nothing will happen to bitcoin because bitcoin have already marked history bitcoin have changed many people life. Bitcoin helped many people by investing and trading on bitcoin if normal stock market collapses nothing will happen to crpyto world because in future there will be just one currency power which is bitcoin.


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October 31, 2017, 04:31:46 PM
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The next crash that comes will tell if Bitcoin is a real safe haven asset or not. Given the amount of publicity that it has received and most people's willingness to use it now - I think it may one day achieve that status.
It is the new era and a lot of the people are having the benefit of it now, he value and the income of the bitcoin is use because of the simple and the smart transaction and the publically transport, the bitcoin is now being high and the value of the bitcoin will buy the most power and the highest amount of the bitcoin, I love the bitcoin currency and I will wait till the end of the chance for the improvement of the bitcoin value and the price.
Hmmm…I normally see some.people say that Bitcoin is part of stock market and once I checked online, some stock markets even started to let their investors trade on Bitcoin. But one thing that made me believe that Bitcoin and other crypto currencies are different is because other stocks like gold are natural resources that are mined from earth, and you know sometimes they can run out, though I’m sure, but Bitcoin is different and offers continuous mining until the 21 million is mined.

Could you please tell us more about which stock markets allowed their investors to trade Bitcoin? I've never heard anything about that. As far as I remember the SEC has been rejecting Bitcoin ETF applications so far. Maybe, in some other countries it is different but in the US you can't trade Bitcoin or its derivatives like ETFs and futures at stock exchanges. Also, gold is not stock, you seem to confuse stocks, which are shares of companies taken as whole, with commodities where gold and other natural resources like crude oil belong.
You are investing or you are trading and if you are not going to trade and the money will be more than this because of the investing and the trading, the money is for the increase and the saving so if you are saving and you are not investing then you will have to hold the bitcoin long time, you have to decide firs you want to invest or you want to save only because a lot of the people are investing and they are having the bright future.

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October 31, 2017, 10:31:33 PM
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If the stock market crashes, people will look for ways on how they can profit with what money they have, if we look back at 2008 when there was a depression, most people are loosing hope in the economy and thus, a year after Bitcoin was born, though there are only few who recognized Bitcoin as currency, still Bitcoin has it's own value back back then, though it started as less than 1 USD. I think that people will then turn cryptocurrencies sepcifically Bitcoin for their finances,  even though Bitcoin will also be hit, because of people cashing out Bitcoin, still bitcoin's value will remain higher than the inflation and will keep going higher and higher, since people who got hit by the fall of the stock market, will make and investment in Bitcoin as well.
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November 01, 2017, 07:06:15 AM
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If the stock market crashes, people will look for ways on how they can profit with what money they have, if we look back at 2008 when there was a depression, most people are loosing hope in the economy and thus, a year after Bitcoin was born, though there are only few who recognized Bitcoin as currency, still Bitcoin has it's own value back back then, though it started as less than 1 USD. I think that people will then turn cryptocurrencies sepcifically Bitcoin for their finances,  even though Bitcoin will also be hit, because of people cashing out Bitcoin, still bitcoin's value will remain higher than the inflation and will keep going higher and higher, since people who got hit by the fall of the stock market, will make and investment in Bitcoin as well.

As Baron Rothschild, a member and founder of the Rothschild banking family, once said, buy when there's blood in the streets, even if it's your own blood. So if the stock markets plunge, it will be a great chance and opportunity to buy cheap stocks of such companies as Google, IBM, Microsoft and their likes, so-called blue chips. In my personal view, that will be the path the rich investors will take when they will be looking for ways "on how they can profit with what money they have", as you say. I don't think many wealthy investors will be interested in Bitcoin just because of the stock market crash.
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June 28, 2018, 11:41:16 PM
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bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are decentral markets no way related stock market or else country economic policies they grow individually
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June 29, 2018, 12:43:16 AM
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HSBC sent an alert that there may be an imminent crash of stockmarket similar to 1987 Black Monday

https://www.rt.com/business/362618-stock-market-severe-fall/

If this happens again, what's everyones opinion on the effects on crypto? Would a bunch of burnt investors jump on board?


well, yeah, i think they will consider to join in, but i guess jumping from one investment to another will be a serious thing for them. this game of investments are too risky to play with, a simple news like this would really affect the stock players, just like traders and owners of bitcoins, a negative speculation would result a drastic trend on the current digital market. if ever this happens, i think there would be an adverse affect on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies as a whole, since stockmarket is one of the basis of economic trends.

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June 29, 2018, 01:05:13 AM
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When the stock market crashes you typically see people move from traditional assets to alternative assets that hold value while other assets fall. In theory people should move over to bitcoin and altcoins but that doesn't happen for some reason. Its weird that it doesn't but I imagine as people trust crypto more that will start to become a thing. For now, if large swaths of retail and institutional investors did that the price of crypto would shoot up and we the originators would simply sell and make bank leaving the others to lose. The experienced investors know this and won;t go to crypto for that reason until it is more stable.
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June 29, 2018, 01:18:01 AM
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I know if the stock market takes a huge hit, in turn crypto usually does too. But at the same time, how much can the US affect the crypto market? It is not primarily a US based crypto market. I’d say a small portion is because of the US.
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June 29, 2018, 01:19:59 AM
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If the US market crashes then crypto space will become bullish. Where else do you put your money? Not the banks. The 2008 market crash gave birth and purpose of crypto existence.
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August 04, 2018, 10:05:45 PM
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I don't think it's going to have any effect on bitcoin at all. It's an entirely different market and crypro isn't dependent on anything out of stockmarket so i don't see why crypto would be affected then
These two markets have different characteristics. The collapse of stocks is not a problem in relation to electronic money. However, the fluctuation of any market is also influenced by many different markets. The collapse of real estate may be the opportunity for electronic money to show its place.
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August 04, 2018, 11:29:29 PM
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Same like usd news or stockmarket news . if something not relateable for crypto more likely nothing happend tough for crypto .
the most thing i believe maybe cryptomarket will more stable or even will up to make stock market user looking for cryptomarket .

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August 24, 2018, 11:59:32 AM
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Oh, I do not know if this will happen in the near future. While absolutely no cause for concern I do not see. And if the exchange costs and falls, I can not imagine how this will turn out for us all
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August 24, 2018, 12:03:08 PM
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They are not directly related but usually a market change affects other markets. Either way if this happens most people will move their money into something else. Or some people think that is the perfect time to buy stocks.
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August 24, 2018, 01:42:40 PM
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They are not directly related but usually a market change affects other markets. Either way if this happens most people will move their money into something else. Or some people think that is the perfect time to buy stocks.

Yes you are right, just like the coinmarketcap, the exchanger with the highest price of bitcoins or other cryptocurrency is always placed as the latest value in general.
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August 24, 2018, 08:07:55 PM
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One could say that the collapse of stocks would bring more money to cryptocurrencies. People would still want to make money from trading and 100% of those traders wouldn't move to forex, especially when it's much easier to profit from crypto trading.
That said, wwe would have a much greater problem. Since stocks represent companies the death of wall street would mean huge problems for those companies. We'd have a great economic crisis on our heads if the stock market collapsed and people would be stashing food under their beds and not thinking about crypto investments.
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