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April 19, 2018, 08:35:37 PM
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Reports are increasingly indicating that bitcoin’s recent drop of 70% from its December record highs of nearly $20,000 has spurred a renewed interest in the BTC and cryptocurrency markets from institutional investors. Full article on Bitcoin.com
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April 19, 2018, 10:00:07 PM
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I do not see many institutional investors investing in bitcoin and I do not even see many millionaires investing in bitcoin, I may be wrong, but in my opinion, we are still beginning to conquer some institutional investors and the lack of regulation in many countries and the banishment and block that certain banks do against bitcoin just creating fear in institutional investors and small investors.

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“Regulators are not banning the development of cryptocurrencies, but are trying to better regulate the market, which should help the industry mature,” Mr. Lai said. “If the regulatory stance gets clearer, large funds will be more assured and willing to commit significant capital.”

Is another way of seeing things, although I do believe even the countries that are banning bitcoin have hidden agenda

thoughts like these:
“If its an anonymous transaction, that sounds like a suspicious transaction, why does somebody need to be anonymous?”

are a big obstacle for bitcoin




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April 19, 2018, 10:19:37 PM
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thoughts like these:
“If its an anonymous transaction, that sounds like a suspicious transaction, why does somebody need to be anonymous?”

are a big obstacle for bitcoin
It really shouldn't be. If governments effectively regulate the market, the entry and the exit points, which in most cases happen on centralized exchanges, are perfectly controllable by governments when needed.

What happens on peer to peer markets can't be prevented, just like how peer to peer cash transactions can't be prevented. Governments with regulations can control the far majority of this market, they need to realize that.

Technically, with how the far majority of the people obtain Bitcoin, which is through centralized exchanges, there is no such a thing as anonymity. Coins that are being withdrawn are tainted for ever.

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April 20, 2018, 02:05:40 AM
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I think a lot more people will invest in bitcoin in the near future. This will happen as soon as bitcoin becomes more popular as a currency.

What may happen is that the corruption of governments and financial institutions alike will be exposed. It's not so possible with America and other 1st world nations.

But with 3rd world countries it's a lot more probable because their fiat and industries are so manipulated and reliant on the 1st world's.

When that happens and if bitcoin remains uncorrupted, then it will become attractive. Especially if by then there are more consumer and merchant-friendly then everyone will simply choose it as their main means of transacting.

Then merchants and payment processors will also choose crypto when their customers start using it so much.

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April 20, 2018, 02:24:58 AM
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There can be a good level of interest from some institutional buyers but they are not yet coming in droves...this is something we should be expecting towards the 3rd and 4th quarters of this year where maybe they are thinking that what happened last year can also be happening within this year. I am hoping then that history will be our friend towards the end of 2018 so that it can be worth the wait.


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April 20, 2018, 02:32:01 AM
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There can be a good level of interest from some institutional buyers but they are not yet coming in droves...this is something we should be expecting towards the 3rd and 4th quarters of this year where maybe they are thinking that what happened last year can also be happening within this year. I am hoping then that history will be our friend towards the end of 2018 so that it can be worth the wait.

I agree. I think that in the 3rd or 4th quarter, we'd be leaving this bear market for real and probably at a peak in a bull market.

That always attracts more money to crypto, because people always want to FOMO into a bull. And no doubt, new innovations will also help bolster people's interest during that time. I mean, there wouldn't be a random bull, it would have to be fueled in part by some kind of advancement. So that's why you'd see more and more people investing, including institutional investors who suddenly take a liking to the new tech.

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April 20, 2018, 04:24:06 AM
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I do understand what your really mean, maybe after G20 summit had a bigger impact to institutional demand of bitcoin on mainstream. As the discussion is not putting much weight to bitcoin adaptation and no hard pushing of strict regulation makes the interest alive.

It starting to show in bitcoin price and the news is constantly, rapidly increasing positivity upon this moment . This April will be a good start for a new bitcoin bullish run.
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