Should I invest in bitcoin in 2021? ?
- ErikLv 71 month ago
Sure, why not. Just be prepared to let it sit there a long time, if you really want to make money from this investment.
- kswck2Lv 71 month ago
Based upon your history of asking financial questions, you haven't a clue about investing. So just drop the pretense and do your OWN homework.
- Anonymous1 month ago
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- 1 month ago
My simple answer would be no, unless you like gambling and speculating. Cryptos such as bitcoin are not a good investment vehicle, nor are they a functional currency by any stretch. Bitcoin has been particularly volatile recently, even more so than normally. Although speculators really enjoy this volatility, it makes it unviable as a serious investment, especially in the long term and during an economic crisis.
If you want to take advantage of distributed ledgers through an actual investment opportunity in real value, I suggest you invest in Kor. This is not a crypto, but a new asset class that takes advantage of the same technologies as cyptos, which is distributed ledgers. The fundamental difference relies in the fact that Kor represents equities from a company, and its expectations for growth are cemented in reality. This is a company called Konzortia Capital which is developing and entire distributed ledger network for the financial industry, and its shares are expected to yield 40-90% ROI one year from now. Because this asset is created to be traded on a secondary global market of digital stock-like assets, it offers the exponential growth and dividend yield potential of a private equity whilst being as liquid as a public stock.
If you’re interested, I suggest you check konzortia.capital/audio-regular-offer/