View Poll Results: What are the odds bitcoins will be worth nothing in 2030?

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  • 1% to 19% (they will almost certainly survive)

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  • 20% to 39% (they will most likely survive)

    5 11.90%
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    11 26.19%
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    2 4.76%
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    3 7.14%
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  1. #41
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    Bitcoin can never go to zero. There will always be someone who holds on to their bitcoin, and someone who mines as a hobby, or someone who does an exchange on the side. However, it's become so obviously pure speculation now. When the speculation is over, it will be relegated to the corners of the internet, like The Pirate Bay before it.

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    Bitcoin could be used as alternative mean of payment in some conditions. For example, Bitcoin is quite popular in Venezuela due to the huge inflation rates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    More than 90% because law enforcement worldwide is on War with the criminal Deep Web.

    That's right, with the criminal Deep Web, not the currencies themselves. The biggest issue that the government has with BTC and the bunch is that you can get away with not paying taxes. I can definitely see crypto being heavily regulated, but not banned. At lest in most countries.

    As for the TS's question, I don't think it will ever disappear completely cuz someone will hang on to it even if the exchange rate drops to one bucks a piece. It's a convenient way of conducting shady operations, so some people will likely keep on using it. However, it may be gone from the investment market for good. You can't know for sure, but give it a couple of sudden rises and drops that leave people broke, and the public might be more and more suspicious of it. You know that BTC's price is more about trust than the actual value, so it may well become the relic of the past, while still existing.
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    Considering the speed in which technology is moving and the direction this de-centralised blockchain system moves against the global banking cartels - Its a very interesting debait on speculating where it will be by 2030. I think it will eaither become the main global currency or be crushed.

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    It's very volatile, slow and not a brilliant store of value but I don't see it completely disappearing. I think it will eventually be knocked down from #1 spot by superior cryptos in the long term.
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