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View Poll Results: Do you think the cryptocurrency market is in a "bubble"?

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  • No

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    I think it is a bubble but not one that will catastrophically burst, it burst once already and has sky rocketed far beyond where it was.

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    Hmmm...limited to a yes or no answer, yes

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    I think that bubble is going to pop some day and some people will lose a lifetine worth of savings

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    Quote Originally Posted by FeatLawyer View Post
    I think that bubble is going to pop some day and some people will lose a lifetine worth of savings
    People putting their life savings into it are the cause of the bubble

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    Does the High Septon pray?
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    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Much as I detest the current fiat currency regime, there's a backing to government-issued fiat currency that no altcoin can have: the ability of governments to raise revenue through tax, today and in the future.

    Btw, Bitcoin is currently hovering around $3042 and dropping ...
    Governments print more money it's not backed by anything.

    Fiat has a shelf life of 30 years according to statistics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor View Post
    Governments print more money it's not backed by anything.

    Fiat has a shelf life of 30 years according to statistics.
    Citation needed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rouxenator View Post
    Aye, but 'tis rare. That's my thing, rare no matter if it's POS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messugga View Post
    Citation needed.
    The average life expectancy for a fiatcurrency is 27 years, with the shortestlife span being one month. Founded in 1694, the British pound Sterling is the oldest fiat currency in existence. At a ripe old age of 317 years it must be considered a highly successful fiatcurrency. However, success is relative.

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