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Historic value of bitcoin

Can we talk about historic value of unused bitcoins? Think about it as Mona Lisa painting, Steering wheel from Titanic... Can you give me example how much would anybody pay in the future for wallet that has unused bitcoin mined at December 2017? Its the same as fresh cars found in barns. People always find old Porsche with 5 miles on odometer with wrapped seats... Imagine how much people would pay for 1 satoshis bitcoin. How much would cost unspend block reward from Mt.Gox peak... Are we there yet?
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Historic value of bitcoin /r/Bitcoin

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Historic value of bitcoin /r/Bitcoin

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WMA: Bitcoin’s uptrend is stalling as hodling reaches historic high while Ethereum lost almost 2% of its value throughout the week

WMA: Bitcoin’s uptrend is stalling as hodling reaches historic high while Ethereum lost almost 2% of its value throughout the week submitted by cryptoadventura to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Crypto Insiders Point to Bitcoin As Oil Hits Historic Lows, Triggering Search for Store of Value

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Crypto Insiders Point to Bitcoin As Oil Hits Historic Lows, Triggering Search for Store of Value

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Crypto Insiders Point to Bitcoin As Oil Hits Historic Lows, Triggering Search for Store of Value - The Daily Hodl

Crypto Insiders Point to Bitcoin As Oil Hits Historic Lows, Triggering Search for Store of Value - The Daily Hodl submitted by prnewswireadmin to cryptonewswire [link] [comments]

This is the enemy. Never forget. Bitcoin is about preserving more of your wealth. The FEDERAL RESERVE cannot be trusted, EVER. Historically they've destroyed the value of the dollar, and they'll continue to do so.

This is the enemy. Never forget. Bitcoin is about preserving more of your wealth. The FEDERAL RESERVE cannot be trusted, EVER. Historically they've destroyed the value of the dollar, and they'll continue to do so. submitted by pimpingken to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What bitcoins wallets should show, the value of each historical transaction +/- at the current moment in time, in fiat

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The combined value of Bitcoin Cash is now higher compared to three weeks ago pre fork, measured in ETH & BTC. The BSV split has created more value as a whole. This is also consistent with historic forks such as the ETC & BCH splits.

The combined value of Bitcoin Cash is now higher compared to three weeks ago pre fork, measured in ETH & BTC. The BSV split has created more value as a whole. This is also consistent with historic forks such as the ETC & BCH splits. submitted by VeritasSapere to btc [link] [comments]

Historical Development of Bitcoin and the Current Value of 1 bitcoin (free script)

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What now for Bitcoin? Millions of pounds lost as value dives one year after historic peak - Leicestershire Live

What now for Bitcoin? Millions of pounds lost as value dives one year after historic peak - Leicestershire Live submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

The combined value of Bitcoin Cash is now higher compared to three weeks ago pre fork, measured in ETH & BTC. The BSV split has created more value as a whole. This is also consistent with historic forks such as the ETC & BCH splits.

The combined value of Bitcoin Cash is now higher compared to three weeks ago pre fork, measured in ETH & BTC. The BSV split has created more value as a whole. This is also consistent with historic forks such as the ETC & BCH splits. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Historical Development of Bitcoin and the Current Value of 1 bitcoin (free script)

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The combined value of Bitcoin Cash is now higher compared to three weeks ago pre fork, measured in ETH & BTC. The BSV split has created more value as a whole. This is also consistent with historic forks such as the ETC & BCH splits.

The combined value of Bitcoin Cash is now higher compared to three weeks ago pre fork, measured in ETH & BTC. The BSV split has created more value as a whole. This is also consistent with historic forks such as the ETC & BCH splits. submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

[OC] In spite of the volatility, Bitcoin is a better store of value than Gold (historical data) /r/BitcoinSerious

[OC] In spite of the volatility, Bitcoin is a better store of value than Gold (historical data) /BitcoinSerious submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

This is the enemy. Never forget. Bitcoin is about preserving more of your wealth. The FEDERAL RESERVE cannot be trusted, EVER. Historically they've destroyed the value of the dollar, and they'll continue to do so.

This is the enemy. Never forget. Bitcoin is about preserving more of your wealth. The FEDERAL RESERVE cannot be trusted, EVER. Historically they've destroyed the value of the dollar, and they'll continue to do so. submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

12-29 18:03 - 'Historically, BTC always takes everything down with it every time the "bubble popped". / Whenever BTC crashes hard, altcoins first rise a BIT as people try to hedge into altcoins. This works for about 10-15% of the value (up to...' by /u/bit_LOL removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-10min

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Historically, BTC always takes everything down with it every time the "bubble popped".
Whenever BTC crashes hard, altcoins first rise a BIT as people try to hedge into altcoins. This works for about 10-15% of the value (up to 20% for the top altcoins)... then once the traders pumping it run out, everything bleeds along with bitcoin, usually bleeding even HARDER. Because these are only the traders who were ALREADY into crypto pumping the alts, there is almost no new USD capital coming in (which mostly has to go in via BTC). This is what has ALWAYS happened in the past "bubble pops" of bitcoin (or just the massive dips).
Everything is anchored to BTC. If you wanted to cash out to USD, you usually have to go back to BTC (there are very few altcoins with an actual USD or USDT pairing, and the liquidity is still not comparable to BTC's).
And even altcoins with a USD pairing, people will still be trying to escape the BTC-paired market as the USD values goes down, and arbitrageurs will then crash the USD-paired market of the altcoin as well.
BTC basically holds all the actual USD value in exchanges, so if a lot of that USD is being pulled out, alts cannot generate value out of thin air by rising themselves, rather they crash along with BTC as crypto's USD pool is reduced as a whole.
This is the reason that when BTC goes up, alts go down. Alts have to maintain parity with their USD price and not their BTC price, as all alts share the USD pool of the entirety of crypto (which is mostly tied to BTC), they can't maintain their value as that would be generating value out of thin air (they basically have a USD-valued marketcap which is maintained).
The only reasons to go into altcoins are:
A "flippening" will not happen without first destroying the entire crypto space, as BTC is the backbone.
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The Intrinsic Value of Bitcoin, Bubble Speculation Historically Wrong /r/Bitcoin

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The Intrinsic Value of Bitcoin, Bubble Speculation Historically Wrong /r/Bitcoin

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The Intrinsic Value of Bitcoin, Bubble Speculation Historically Wrong

Bitcoin is valuable like any currency. People concurring to it's subjective worth determines it's value. Just like hIhow mainstream economic currency works.
However, the thing that never gets brought up about bitcoin is that it's largely valuable because you can trade it for fiat currency. Also, the entire underground internet black market almost exclusively uses BTC to trade drugs, weapons and many other goods/services.
This is a huge, almost exclusively BTC, highly active market altogether. So much so that bitcoin crashed for a moment around a month ago simply because one of the main black market sites was taken down. It is literally the main currency used for an enormous part of illegal services. That gives it an actual intrinsic value that people likely underestimate.
Being the best known, easily obtained and most used cryptocurrency as of now, coupled with it being, so far, the most dominant digital currency by far for a good amount of time now gives it legs to stand on.
There are a lot of people cashing out at the moment, and we still ended up with it being over $2100. People clearly don't understanding something when it comes to speculating bubbles and bubble bursts.
Bitcoin has a far path ahead before being a commonly known, used, mainstream currency. More people are starting to take notice because of it's investment potential, pushing back against bubbles because they continue to increase it's demand by purchasing into it, creating more demand and driving up price. Catostrophic crashes are far and few between, and always end up correcting themselves in no time, due to the increasing demand.
Also, those who have "cashed out" obviously can get back in the game, and many do, because they know long term price will rise, especially as it's inflation control gets smaller as bitcoins take longer times to mine and will eventually remain at a fixed number of available coins. Limited resources will cause huge price increases, predicted to make each bitcoin worth a quarter million dollars someday.
I'm skeptical of those who say bitcoin has any major bubble problems as of right now. There are more mainstream products and services accepting bitcoin, and people will continue to flock in for both investment opportunities and for the actual use of it as a currency to buy products and services. It keeps making headlines, which attracts the mainstream. All while easy to use exchanges have emerged and continue to improve and increase in number.
Then of course there's market manipulation by those with large amounts of bitcoin that often helps bitcoin overcome or minimize large cash out, market adjustment periods.
It's recent explosion doesn't definitely mean that there's a bubble, and continued growth is possible if people continue to take notice and more people buy more bitcoin.
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What bitcoins wallets should show, the value of each historical transaction +/- at the current moment in time, in fiat

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Value of Bitcoin - YouTube Bitcoin History - Gource [2009-2019] Price analysis of Bitcoin Cash, Cardano, Litecoin, EOS and Stellar on 07/13/2020 Bitcoin vs Ethereum: Historical Price Monthly Bitcoin and Crypto Over the Years - Historical Price Perspectives

The world’s first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin is stored and exchanged securely on the internet through a digital ledger known as a blockchain. Bitcoins are divisible into smaller units known as satoshis — each satoshi is worth 0.00000001 bitcoin. Bitcoin is the first blockchain-based cryptocurrency in the world. It is considered the most widespread and successful. Launched in 2009, the price of one bitcoin remained a few dollars for its Bitcoin (BTC) Historical prices - Nasdaq offers historical cryptocurrency prices & market activity data for US and global markets. Bitcoin price historically dropped to ~ $14,000, but later that day it reaches $16,250 15 December 2017 $17,900 Bitcoin price reached $17,900 22 December 2017 $13,800 Bitcoin price loses one third of its value in 24 hours, dropping below $14,000. 5 February 2018 $6,200 Bitcoin's price drops 50 percent in 16 days, falling below $7,000. Inspired by the rarity of gold, Bitcoin was designed to have a fixed supply of 21 million coins, over half of which have already been produced. Several early adopters were wise or fortunate enough to earn, buy or mine vast quantities of Bitcoin before it held significant value. The most famous of these is Bitcoin’s creator, Satoshi Nakomoto.

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