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May 11, 2018, 12:13:04 AM
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In five years from now who would have more gains? I think bitcoin will..5 years of holding to the moon and many dips.
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May 11, 2018, 12:28:50 AM
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Yes it is true, I think it is true that in the next 5 years bitcoin will provide many benefits for the holder, and in the next 5 years bitcoin prices will surely more than doubled.
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May 11, 2018, 02:04:13 AM
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Yes it is true, I think it is true that in the next 5 years bitcoin will provide many benefits for the holder, and in the next 5 years bitcoin prices will surely more than doubled.


 your right bitcoin proves that every year bitcoin increasing the price value so it will be happen if bitcoin take another 5years as you sai I think its double or triple because bitcoin have so many investors and supporter to grow every year.
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May 11, 2018, 07:22:32 AM
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I also always think that for the next 5 years bitcoin will always benefit for us who invest in it, and it is very profitable in future investment.
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May 11, 2018, 07:28:08 AM
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I will do and hold my bitcoin for 5 years and I think with 5 years time I will get huge profits and doubled up, because I believe that bitcoin is the currency of the future.
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May 11, 2018, 09:01:38 AM
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Since Bitcoin was able to bounce back from its big fall, I think it will have lot of gains over Berkshire. It's improving every year and I am sure the people behind Bitcoin are doing their best to expand and keep it more secure so more people will gain interest and invest.
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May 11, 2018, 09:18:59 AM
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Five years is short and comparing with Berskhire who has more than 40 years experience and gains, then who knows what would happened in the future. As long as there is no certainty about whether bitcoin will be accepted as digital payment or any major countries starting to implemented law for it then bitcoin still has a long way to go.  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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May 11, 2018, 12:24:05 PM
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i don't think after 5 years, people would still be hyped about bitcoin. so my bet for berkshire.
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May 12, 2018, 07:06:11 PM
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In five years from now who would have more gains? I think bitcoin will..5 years of holding to the moon and many dips.

I think also that bitcoin will have more gains. I expect at least 5 fold returns on bitcoin in five years from now and i doubt berkshire can do that.

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May 12, 2018, 08:07:05 PM
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i don't think after 5 years, people would still be hyped about bitcoin. so my bet for berkshire.

Just like how people predicted that Bitcoin would never make it past the $1000 level again after the MtGox debacle. I must however be happy with your statement because that shows how people still don't understand what Bitcoin is capable of, and that leaves me with a smile on my face. BRK.A in the last 5 years booked a gain of roughly 75%, which I honestly don't see much growth in from this point. At current stage it's very unlikely for their stock to repeat another 75% in the coming 5 years, and that while Bitcoin should be capable of yielding a minimum of 1000% within the same time frame. In other words, it might actually be a great moment to short Berkshire Hathaway. I'm not even joking. I am fairly sure that shorting that stock will result in more profits than going long.
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May 12, 2018, 08:08:27 PM
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Yes, I agree with this statement. Within next 5 years the price of bitcoin will be more high from today and bitcoin will provide more benifits for its holders. Berkshire won't be able to bit bitcoin because is more advanced that berkshire and it is the king of all digital currency.
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May 12, 2018, 10:00:47 PM
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I don't understand the reasons why most people keep on comparing bitcoin to another cryptocurrency.  Though,  it's not as if we won't have any other cryptocurrency that has an outstanding project better than bitcoin or that will have a higher price than bitcoin.  There might be in future, but bitcon will always been  the first, the best and most invested cryptocurrency.  This is because,  without the emerge of it, many coins won't be.

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May 12, 2018, 10:57:20 PM
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BRK.A in the last 5 years booked a gain of roughly 75%, which I honestly don't see much growth in from this point. At current stage it's very unlikely for their stock to repeat another 75% in the coming 5 years, and that while Bitcoin should be capable of yielding a minimum of 1000% within the same time frame. In other words, it might actually be a great moment to short Berkshire Hathaway. I'm not even joking. I am fairly sure that shorting that stock will result in more profits than going long.
Bitcoin's price increased more than 1000% in the last year itself. So clearly the comparison is beyond pointless here. This sort of comparison is not only unhealthy but is useless. There is no use of proper data or data at all. @OP,get your facts and shit right.


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May 13, 2018, 03:03:04 AM
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BRK.A in the last 5 years booked a gain of roughly 75%, which I honestly don't see much growth in from this point. At current stage it's very unlikely for their stock to repeat another 75% in the coming 5 years, and that while Bitcoin should be capable of yielding a minimum of 1000% within the same time frame. In other words, it might actually be a great moment to short Berkshire Hathaway. I'm not even joking. I am fairly sure that shorting that stock will result in more profits than going long.
Bitcoin's price increased more than 1000% in the last year itself. So clearly the comparison is beyond pointless here. This sort of comparison is not only unhealthy but is useless. There is no use of proper data or data at all. @OP,get your facts and shit right.

yeah right. it is verry steer clear that bitcoin is the winner. op maybe noticed a major gains on brk.a but i believe that is only temporary (maybe a manipulation as what they called it ) but im not saying that bitcoin isnt manipulated , sure bitcoin is also manipulated by whales or group of powerful people but the pumped of bitcoin is still huge and more often to occur when compared to other types of assets and business out there.

In five years from now who would have more gains? I think bitcoin will..5 years of holding to the moon and many dips.

Theres no guarantee if bitcoin will increase on the next five years because none of us can possibly predict the future. we dont need years to see the growth of bitcoin because bitcoin can always surge anytime of the day.
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May 13, 2018, 10:21:53 AM
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In five years from now who would have more gains? I think bitcoin will..5 years of holding to the moon and many dips.

Average Berkshire returns have been around 20% p.a. according to a quick google search, since its inception.

If we assume that Berkshire is going to perform the same way as it has on average since its founding, then there would be around 140% returns within 5 years. And that is extremely optimistic, considering that some say that the stock market is due for a correction soon.

BTC can comfortably achieve another all time high within the next 5 years, especially 2020-2021 due to the halving. My money is on bitcoin, especially because Berkshire actively antagonises bitcoin which would put them in a very bad position looking forward.

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May 13, 2018, 10:43:51 AM
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Five years is short and comparing with Berskhire who has more than 40 years experience and gains, then who knows what would happened in the future. As long as there is no certainty about whether bitcoin will be accepted as digital payment or any major countries starting to implemented law for it then bitcoin still has a long way to go.  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
bitcoin will continue to exist in the next decade, since until now there are still many people coming to cryptocurrency just to invest in bitcoin. and what makes bitcoin interesting is its limited supply, because it can make the price soar and will make bitcoin last long in my opinion.
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May 13, 2018, 10:56:14 AM
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Average return of Berkshire in five years or even yearly is not comparable to Bitcoins. For the past years, we have seen bitcoin growing for about 40 - 120% gain in a year despite the down and up of its price throughout the year.
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May 13, 2018, 11:50:36 AM
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why do you even compare the gains of these two? when it comes down to what they are, they have nothing in common. bitcoin is the one and only decentralized currency that you can even call a revolution and it is a global thing which everyone from anywhere in the whole world can buy it and use it and own it. but Berkshire is a stock with a billionaire behind it who controls everything there is about its future and its price!

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May 13, 2018, 11:53:51 AM
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Berkshire capitalization is $512 billion. Bitcoin's marketcap is 146 billion dollars. Bitcoin needs to cost 3.5 times as much to be worth about the same amount of money that Berkshire which would be true under the price of about 30k per btc. Yet we also have to take into account the average yearly income of Berkshire and btc's halving. The Berkshire annual growth is about 20%, so in 5 years they are expected to have $1 trillion dollars. This means bitcoin should double its price as well, which would have to be around $60k per coin. I wish I could include the halving analysis here, but it is rather hard and, I suppose, not that significant.
It is pretty realistic to expect btc being worth that much in 5 years, so it is capable of earning more than Berkshire.

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May 13, 2018, 12:48:30 PM
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Ofcourse, bitcoin will have more gains. Bitcoin already ranks 1st among all other cryptocurrency in the market. Each day Bitcoin is trying to get better and gain more success.
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