Near its humble beginnings, just a few years back, bitcoin wasn’t worth more than a few pennies. But recently, the value of a bitcoin is more than $10,000, which is an unprecedented first. It is now becoming a worldwide traded currency, but many wonder if the time has passed for it to be a good investment. The truth is, many experts in the industry believe this to be the case, but they also acknowledge that no one can really be certain if its value will go up or down. Another side of the coin is that there are other cryptocurrencies that may still be worth investing in.
In today’s world, cryptocurrencies are becoming more and more popular, and because they are open-source, it is possible for developers to improve upon them in any way they choose. In fact, right now, there are countless “altcoins” in existence that are beginning to slow down bitcoins share of this growing market. In bitcoin’s earlier days it dominated the market and wade up 95% of the cryptocurrency offerings. Now it has shrunk to making up only 50% of the current cryptocurrency market. Whether or not bitcoin will continue to grow in value is not really known by anyone, for sure, but it is known that there are plenty of possibilities in all of the different “altcoin” cryptocurrencies that are now circulating in mass.
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