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Is the future of Bitcoin bright?
The price of Bitcoin has skyrocketed in recent months. From a low of USD$4,000 in mid-March last year, the price of the world's first and most famous cryptocurrency has risen by nearly 900%, despite a nearly 30% correction recently. This dramatic increase has understandably raised interest from investors across the globe.
Should I buy?
Many people are asking themselves whether they should invest in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Our general thoughts are: While we wouldn’t rule out further price increases, we’re somewhat sceptical of any essential real-world use cases, which makes it hard to estimate a fair value for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. We are also cognizant of the real risk of one losing one’s entire investment. Investors in cryptocurrencies must therefore limit the size of their investments to an amount they can afford to lose. We also suggest thinking about an exit strategy.
Indeed, prices could continue to climb in the near term given strong price momentum, the potential for further institutional adoption, huge media and social media attention, and the mindset that limited supply will translate into higher prices. But there is nothing stopping future cryptocurrencies—whether launched by a private initiative or by public authorities—from overtaking Bitcoin and other current cryptocurrencies in popularity.
The entry barriers to this market are low, as is evident from the more than 4,000 cryptocurrencies currently listed on coinmarketcap.com. Early success does not guarantee future success. Netscape and Myspace are examples of network applications that enjoyed widespread popularity but eventually disappeared. There is little in our view to stop a cryptocurrency's price from going to zero when a better designed version is launched or if regulatory changes stifle sentiment.
Last, we note an increase in regulatory attention, following the surge in prices and market capitalization. In the UK, the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) decided to ban the sale of certain crypto-derivatives to retail consumers, and we wouldn’t be surprised if regulators elsewhere soon follow suit. As cryptocurrencies have become a much bigger asset class in 2020, the impact they can have on financial stability has grown, which makes them more relevant for regulators.