With the recent price increases, the hope returned that the bottom would be reached. Can this actually be confirmed? Not all Bitcoin enthusiasts share this opinion.
If you look through the virtual forest of leaves, sometimes you get the impression of a very simply knitted world. Those who believe in Bitcoin, of course, are on the side of the cops. The ground has already passed and we all can look forward to the upcoming bull market.
From this assumption, some conclude that every bear is a Bitcoin critic. Of course, one can agree with that: anyone who thinks that Bitcoin is a rat poison that would fall back to zero certainly takes a bearish view on the Bitcoin price.
But how is the world knitted in the short to medium term? Is every Bitcoin fan convinced that the bottom has been reached?
A good week ago there was a discussion on this topic between different Bitcoin enthusiasts. Tone Vays discussed with Leah Walds and Tyler Jenks of Lucid Investment Strategies, Venzen Khaosan of Cryptocurrents, Murad Mahmudov, Willy Woo, David Puell and finally Tuur Demester, the latter of Adamant Capital. Those who have plenty of time are the whole
Discussion to the heart: