Right through 2017, it was on everybody’s lips, the talk of the town. Everywhere you looked, Bitcoin popped up. News outlets like Fox and CNN couldn’t get enough. Just recently it made an appearance on my favorite TV show. I was watching The Big Bang Theory, and the word “Bitcoin” was dropped in casual conversation between the actors.
The popularity of Bitcoin and its meteoric rise in price had investors scrambling to get on board and scratching around for a few dollars in case they missed the boat. In fact, they haven’t.
Of course, the optimum time to buy has passed, but that does not mean it’s the end of the digital currency market by a long shot.
Because of what Bitcoin started, we now have a $570 billion market across all cryptocurrencies. The market is not going to just fade away, regardless of whether Bitcoin survives or dies.
And why is that? Because the technology of blockchain is revolutionary. Some people refer to blockchain as the second coming of the internet.
Most agree that it is desperately needed.