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April 17, 2018, 10:17:03 AM
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It depends on your definition of bubble.

If you think about it in a simplistic way that anything with a rapidly appreciating price and lots of volatility is a bubble - then yes - it is a bubble.

But once money was invented lots of things have gone through bubble phases. Gold, houses, stocks. In fact - there isn't really any asset class that isn't in a bubble - and its due to scarcity. Everyone wishes to buy the asset that gives them unlimited return - so any asset that does quickly gets bought up until people are paying more than the return they can ever realistically get back from it..  I think that's where a bubble starts - and by that definition most property in cities is a bubble.

Bitcoin may be a bubble - so what?
Rapid price increases are not always a bubble phenomenon. An artificial overdelivery that will lead to a drastic reduction in correction is a bubble phenomenon. The choice based on the behavior of the market is the cause of bitcoin price changes so the market is trying to find the price. The reasons for behavior change may include loss of trust in Bitcoin.
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July 23, 2018, 10:22:27 PM
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Bitcoin is not a bubble. This is evolution and not so much money as production relations. Because it can not be that the world has become global, and money has remained archaically local - in terms of transparency, misalignment, difficult transaction control and too slow rates of their movement. Crypto currency has appeared just in time - as an adequate response to the challenge of civilization.
It is still in the process of using the experience. Improvements that we may not see in the future.
Those who have the habit of popularizing the conclusion with something just because it's down or have a negative news about electronic money does not mean it defines the whole of the coin's essence.
Is absolutely possible.

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July 24, 2018, 02:52:55 AM
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For me bitcoin is buble currency. Even in expert in crypto knows that. Especially now bitcoin is use to some of illegal transaction because bitcoin is really hard to trace.

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July 24, 2018, 03:05:08 AM
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Bitcoin is not a bubble, contrary to the widespread and dishonest statements of bank representatives. Bitcoin was a sort of a bubble in 2013, when demand for bitcoin raised to such an extent that the market could not support it anymore, and the bitcoin price dropped.
However, because of the decentralized, mathematical and transparent nature, calling bitcoin a bubble of any kind will be extremely wrong.

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July 24, 2018, 05:30:40 AM
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in my opinion, bitcoin is not a bubble because the drop in the current bitcoin prices has still not exceeded the lowest previous period's prices, and there are still many people who believe and optimistic that bitcoin will be more valuable in the future

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July 24, 2018, 05:54:22 AM
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Everybody can suspect bitcoin. no problem about that. it is their right to have independent opinions. To me, bitcoin is not a bubble because the drop in the current bitcoin prices has still not exceeded the lowest previous period's prices. Bubbles burst at once. It has not happened to BTC so far. If it is a bubble There were enough time to happen so. Last time lot of  people came to cryptomarket without knowing anything about this new technology and trend they invested in BTC and when the price goes down they sold Bitcoin without thinking twice with the fear and it caused the major collapse of the whole crypto market. that's why people came with different views towards Bitcoin this time. I wish if the bitcoin price didn't rise up to 20K last time. 
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July 24, 2018, 06:18:39 AM
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For me bitcoin is buble currency. Even in expert in crypto knows that. Especially now bitcoin is use to some of illegal transaction because bitcoin is really hard to trace.

So do you think bubble can sustain 10 years of time and still growing strong. If it was bubble it should have being exposed and would have become zero or may be people should not be even looking at it. But this is not the case of it.

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July 24, 2018, 06:23:42 AM
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I also think that Bitcoin should not be considered as a bubble because It's getting accepted around the world so that people are getting involved in this platform for making the profit day by day. when it's been accepted whole around the world then you also consider it a precious platform for trading and investment.
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July 24, 2018, 06:50:29 AM
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I also think that Bitcoin should not be considered as a bubble because It's getting accepted around the world so that people are getting involved in this platform for making the profit day by day. when it's been accepted whole around the world then you also consider it a precious platform for trading and investment.
it will be even more convincing if more and more governments accept bitcoin. thus there is a guarantee of legal protection from the government. but if there are still few countries that accept it, reduce the confidence of it

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July 24, 2018, 06:52:14 AM
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I immediately understood when I learned about Bitcoin that this is an ordinary financial instrument, not exactly a bubble.

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July 24, 2018, 07:50:34 AM
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I'm still on the fence whether bitcoin or any other crypto currencies are a bubble or not. I mean there evidences that suggest thst both are true. But then again, whether bubble or not, i still eatch out for the trends and actually really study the market so if ever i get a whif of a crash I could pull out immedietly.

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July 24, 2018, 08:21:46 AM
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BTC and cryptocurrencies, which are more like gold, understand the position of bitcoin by understanding the economic status of gold in real life.
Network gold, the total amount is unchanged, every year new BTC is excavated, trading properties are better than gold!

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July 24, 2018, 08:35:13 AM
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I do not think Bitcoin is a bubble because it has real value. It's not really stable and volatile but it's a chance to find a profit for investors. Besides, it has been around for quite some time and has a very strong foundation as well as a support team. So, I think Bitcoin is not a bubble

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July 24, 2018, 08:35:31 AM
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Since first bitcoin created, peoples always keep says bitcoin is a buble but the fact is bitcoin is good investment. If bitcoin is a buble, company like soros funds or JP Morgan or Goldman Sachs must be wont investing on cryptocurrency.
Big companies must be doing research first before investing their funds because its very high risk market but on other side cryptocurrency is profitable investment.

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July 24, 2018, 08:37:49 AM
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Yup! I strongly believe that bitcoin and other virtual currencies are not bubbles but an opportunity for us who didn't graduate with a business degree to trade and actually profit from it without having to pass to a middle man. We have full control with our portfolio and honestly bubble or not the fact that it is another viable currency is kinda cool.

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July 24, 2018, 08:49:26 AM
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I can point to one reason, only by which bitcoin is the subject I manipulate. This is the trade in bitcoin futures. The bubble is unambiguous, and controlled. And the price of bitcoin is no longer determined by the market, but determined by a group of bankers.
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July 24, 2018, 08:50:21 AM
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It seems to me that the story of "bitcoin is a bubble" let into the masses by Buffett. He is a big opponent of crypto because he can not understand his essence. It is already clear to everyone that if such production capacities are involved, then no bubble can be mentioned.

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July 24, 2018, 12:01:55 PM
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Bitcoin is a bubble, it doesnt matter if you or all those websites says that it is not, because in fact, it is, because a lot of people are only hyping it to get profit, and we all are doing the same.
It has been increasing a lot in the last months, from $700 to $6200 ATH in just 10 months, isn't it a signal of a true bubble? It can be compared with the economic chaos of the US on 2008, only that this is digital.
In the moment that everybody decides to sell bitcoin, then the price will collapse, of course.
I can say that the meaning of the word Bubble is saying us that this bubble would be destroyed sooner or later but we are already 10 years here. And nothing like that are not happening.

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July 24, 2018, 09:11:55 PM
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The digital currency bitcoin rallied by over 300 percent since the start of the year and has recently surpassed the $4,000 mark. Unsurprisingly, many financial markets pundits consider such a sharp rally the creation of an asset bubble.
In all fairness, the returns that bitcoin and its digital peers in the crypto assets space are experiencing have not been seen since the day and age of the internet bubble in the late 1990s. However, Bitcoin has very different fundamentals than early internet stocks and a much more promising growth trajectory.
This is a good flipside to the "bitcoin is a bubble" stories the media has spammed us with since forever.
Another good case for bitcoin not being a bubble due to its high projected future growth can be found in this thread here:
I think the article above addresses some of the points economists and finance analysts have glossed over. Bitcoin's growth in relation to its fundamental metrics are what will likely determine whether bitcoin is a bubble. Thus far none of the experts have addressed that topic. There's zero acknowledgement made of bitcoin's adoption in countries like japan, the philippines, russia or australia and crypto's transition towards becoming more mainstream. No commentary on whether those effects on bitcoin's elevated price could be sustainable.
It is possible that we will never see anything resembling legitimate analysis of bitcoin from the media. They have a long history of sweeping relevent and key points under the nearest rug. Out of sight, out of mind. Over the long term this could create opportunities for independent media to rise if indeed nature abhors a vacuum.
Is bitcoin a bubble? What are everyones thoughts on this?   Huh


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August 02, 2018, 09:39:08 PM
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I do not think Bitcoin is a bubble because it has real value. It's not really stable and volatile but it's a chance to find a profit for investors. Besides, it has been around for quite some time and has a very strong foundation as well as a support team. So, I think Bitcoin is not a bubble
There are no claims saying bitcoin bubbles and that's just bad rumors about bitcoin. Its stability has been demonstrated through the years. The campaign is clearly valuable to the user community as well as to investors around the globe.

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