Why Bitcoin Is Not A speculative Bubble

Though these speculations about bitcoins are only a myth as a significant number of long term investors believe the same. The investment community has also shown eagerness in trading in the bitcoin market. The below article is about breaking the myths and saga about the bitcoin market.

About Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a digital currency and it was created by Santoshi Nakamoto in January 2009. This digital currency has proposed the promise of lower transaction fees compared to a traditional online payment mechanism. Cryptography is used to control the creation and management of bitcoin instead of central authorities. It is open to the public and everyone can have transparent access to it.

Many may not know that bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency to be introduced in the world but, previous attempts were made to create online currencies with ledgers and were secured by encryptions. However, they were formulated but were not fully developed. Bit Gold and B- Money are two such examples. Bitcoin is super easy to buy. Anyone can buy bitcoin with any amount starting with Rs, 100. The conversion of bitcoin to INR is Rs. 46,25,302,.87.

What is a Bubble?

To know the fact that Bitcoin is not a bubble investment, the concept of the term bubble should be cleared first. A bubble can also be said as an asset or speculative bubble. Bubbles are distinguished by a rapid increase in the price of an asset that later results in a crash or contraction according to the sequence, which involves a rapid decrease in the price of the asset.

Reasons why bitcoin can’t be said a bubble

Many may think that the behaviour of bitcoin is almost like a bubble. However, we shall present five trends that would prove that the crypto market is future-oriented.

A legal tender

Legal tenders are banknotes that are legally accepted. Due to the negative connotations suffixed with bitcoin, the legal system did not accept bitcoin as legal tender. Nevertheless, with the increase of transparency in the market and the applications it has, more countries are coming up and starting to believe the fact that bitcoin can become a legal tender. As of 2021, many countries including the Philippines, Japan, Australia, Salvador, and the USA have made bitcoin a legal form of payment. Bitcoin exchange is much easier in these countries.

Mainstream Orbit

The use of bitcoin has become mainstream since bitcoin has been adopted as a legal tender. Not just this, to gain the trust of the people it also should be mentioned that Giant companies like Microsoft and Tesla are also investing in this digital currency which reflects the fact that online businesses have also adopted bitcoin.

To direct more light to the fact that bitcoin is not a bubble investment, people should also know that Amazon is also working by allowing people to make their purchase payments with bitcoins. India is not lagging back either. Today quite a huge population has started to buy bitcoin in India.

Limited Stock

An added reason why bitcoin connotations are fabricated is because of its limited supply. Since its establishment in 2009, only 21 million coins are available in the crypto market which means there are only 21 million tokens that would be circulated after bitcoin mining. Along with this, the process of mining can also take a long time which might not be worth the reward received by the miner. Hence, with increasing demand and a decrease in supply the value of bitcoins is bound to reach the sky. However, bitcoin inflation can take place but it wouldn’t affect the same.

Conclusion

The global market has witnessed a revolutionary change after bitcoin has stepped into the investment industry. With passing time even the Indian crowd has shown interest in it. Many digital platforms have been introduced in India for Bitcoin. Even several crypto exchanges like WazirX have emerged into the crypto world. Traders, financiers and investors can now trade in crypto assets through such platforms very easily.

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