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January 04, 2018, 12:38:42 PM
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That news is fake. I think they just publish this news to scare some potential investor. Or they just publish it because they want bitcoin down. I don't believe that bitcoin will end.

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January 04, 2018, 12:56:01 PM
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I always encounter such articles and news correlating bitcoin into the Tulip mania, Dotcom bubble and the likes, and I feel that these articles are just recycled over and over with only the numbers being changed to match up what's the current price of bitcoin and the total decline/gain. Mind you, bitcoin is still up from where it was back in 2016, and even if it crashes down to sub-$10000 a piece, many would still hold and trade it since it's one of the most profitable asset/investment that can easily be liquidated unlike altcoins which you need to convert to bitcoin then to USD which might incur losses during the conversions.

And to briefly answer your question, no, this isn't the end for bitcoin.

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January 04, 2018, 01:02:07 PM
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It is not yet the end of bitcoin because it is still young and a lot of time that bitcoin will progress more and it will mature. As long as a lot of people who depends on bitcoin it will be productive and still booming for the future. We admit that this is a big help because the currencies converts to relistic money which is very in need of individuals. The flactuation of bitcoin is in progress and I believe on it. 

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January 04, 2018, 01:07:53 PM
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Very recently I read an article , which assumed bitcoins to be exactly like the Dutch tulip mania , the Mississippi bubble and the south sea bubble.

The author of that article (which was published in the economic times ) said it's now time to move away from bitcoins , the market has ended and the sooner you forfeit the lesser will be your loss.

What do you guys think about it ?

Is that article trying to FUD people?
A lot of articles discussing the bubble thing in bitcoin but still bitcoin holds at the same time high investors trying also to hold bitcoin.
The one who published that article is the haters of cryptocurrency or the one who wants to buy bitcoin. As of now, I won't believe to the sayings of other people about bitcoin. It is proven many times, bitcoin will not vanish.

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January 04, 2018, 01:09:31 PM
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I never thought it was the end of bitcoin, a lot of rumors that wrote bitcoin would end but nothing proved true, all the news is bullshit, bitcoin ends will not be possible, because now we can see how the development and bitcoin growth, its price continues to rise and many people are starting to believe with the potential of bitcoin, bitcoin will become more popular and many new people will join bitcoin
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January 04, 2018, 01:11:43 PM
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Very recently I read an article , which assumed bitcoins to be exactly like the Dutch tulip mania , the Mississippi bubble and the south sea bubble.

The author of that article (which was published in the economic times ) said it's now time to move away from bitcoins , the market has ended and the sooner you forfeit the lesser will be your loss.

What do you guys think about it ?


This is not all a acceptable to argue of him. We need to think in the common factors like usages, fame, number of investors and price worth. In these all factor will not move away from the bitcoin so, whatever altcoins comes to the market nothing will be compare to bitcoin.
Actually we will find the price bump more in the market for sure in the upcoming weeks. Already you may noticed that started bumping on ethereum and bitcoin.

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January 04, 2018, 01:12:31 PM
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Yes, it is hard to tell if the end of bitcoin, but won't you guys think it is very fishy especially bitcoin dropped after listed at CME?

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January 04, 2018, 02:22:35 PM
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such news make huge leaps in the price of bitcoin...I see no reason that this news will come true
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January 04, 2018, 02:29:35 PM
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I don't believe it. They might be an expert but there is something quite not right. Bitcoin already built its foundation. Even several countries already allowing the exchange of bitcoin through accredited market. The only advised that was always given is that bitcoin is always fluctuating.

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January 04, 2018, 02:35:27 PM
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These articles are created simply for noise and have zero basis. But anyway, people who hate Bitcoin love this kind of stories and comparisons.
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January 04, 2018, 02:36:11 PM
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We have already discussed this topic earlier ,the problem with that story is that bitcoin is limited in number and you cannot replicate it and that was not with the case of tulip mania as everyone wanted and everyone could plant the crop and there was no limit to that ,the entire story of comparing the bitcoin boom to the tulip mania is one dumb analysis .














 

 

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January 04, 2018, 02:46:53 PM
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Of course not, crypto currency craze has just started. Bitcoin isn’t going to fade or cease. This is just the beginning of Bitcoin’s growth.
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January 04, 2018, 02:51:47 PM
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Very recently I read an article , which assumed bitcoins to be exactly like the Dutch tulip mania , the Mississippi bubble and the south sea bubble.

The author of that article (which was published in the economic times ) said it's now time to move away from bitcoins , the market has ended and the sooner you forfeit the lesser will be your loss.

What do you guys think about it ?


Welcome to cryptocurrency, friend! As with every new technology, especially one that is seen as disruptive by the traditional world of finance and banking, there will always be extreme resistance from the status quo. Bitcoin's very origins has been seen as a result of the most recent global economic crisis, itself launched in the very throes of it - a crisis that most of the world has yet to recover from. More than being digital money, Bitcoin intended for people to liberate themselves from the state - putting you, and only you, in full control of your funds: how you used it, spent it, kept it.

The bubble that Bitcoin is allegedly in has been talked about for years, but only last year did it truly get the coverage and analyses you're reading now. Even on the surface, though, comparisons with tulipmania etc. fall flat. Bitcoin itself has been declared dead many times over. You only need to see the short history to see if it has died or not!

Read both sides, and decide for yourself.

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January 04, 2018, 03:17:36 PM
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Very recently I read an article , which assumed bitcoins to be exactly like the Dutch tulip mania , the Mississippi bubble and the south sea bubble.

The author of that article (which was published in the economic times ) said it's now time to move away from bitcoins , the market has ended and the sooner you forfeit the lesser will be your loss.

What do you guys think about it ?

Many renowned financial experts have made this statement earlier of the bubble being burst.Btc has always being surrounded by the negativity with its continous growth but all these news in my opinion are not accurate because people cannot stop its growth so they spread negativity just to put obstacles in btc growth.We should not blindly follow these news but do our own research and after that set our mindsets.
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January 04, 2018, 03:22:47 PM
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Very recently I read an article , which assumed bitcoins to be exactly like the Dutch tulip mania , the Mississippi bubble and the south sea bubble.

The author of that article (which was published in the economic times ) said it's now time to move away from bitcoins , the market has ended and the sooner you forfeit the lesser will be your loss.

What do you guys think about it ?


I doubt if it will end, of course there's a lot of attempt to stop bitcoin. Some coins are even made to stop bitcoin. However, I think bitcoin is unstoppable because a lot of people trust bitcoin and bitcoin had already established it's name when a lot of people were able to earn a lot of money through it.

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January 04, 2018, 04:01:30 PM
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I don't think this is the end of the bitcoin, according to the bitcoin experts, in the coming years bitcoin will rise sharply and prove its position in this market. I have read some of the assumptions about how bitcoin will be in the future, most of which I received as a development, not a retrogression. As the cost of high bitcoin will attract people around the world know about it, so there will be quite a lot of people involved in the market. So this is not the end of bitcoin.

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January 04, 2018, 04:18:31 PM
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Price can be up or down but bitcoin will last forever​. I truly believe in it that bitcoin will not end. It is most well known and powerful coin in crypto world. It has a great potential. There is no chance to stop or end of bitcoin. Don't worry about that.

 
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January 04, 2018, 04:32:53 PM
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I think bitcoin will not end even always grow fast in the world market because bitcoin follow the development of the era
and more and more are using bitcoin for other purposes and also market the market will always be there
although its stock is only 21 million BTC
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January 04, 2018, 04:38:41 PM
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IMO, everyday people are afraid when they do cryptocurrency trading so if you ask that bitcoin will another ending ?
Well, I've prepare the worst since I do bitcoin for the first time so I can control myself if someday , bitcoin is worthless !

I don't think this is the end of bitcoin. There were some news that gives misinformation about bitcoin but the demand and advantage of it still grows. There were downfall but still it goes up again. This was only the beginning of cryptocurrency era.
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January 04, 2018, 04:39:00 PM
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Very recently I read an article , which assumed bitcoins to be exactly like the Dutch tulip mania , the Mississippi bubble and the south sea bubble.

The author of that article (which was published in the economic times ) said it's now time to move away from bitcoins , the market has ended and the sooner you forfeit the lesser will be your loss.

What do you guys think about it ?

This is not the end of Bitcoin, in fact Bitcoin has grown and survived for years. I believe that Bitcoin will be a pillar of future for electronic commerce. It certainly will not end now and I will continue to invest in Bitcoin

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