A couple of years ago, all anyone talked about was Bitcoin – It was the wonder investment, shooting up in value over 1500% in 2017, from $1,000 to over $15,000 per coin!! – but is wasn’t to last.
Bitcoin crashed, and has been falling ever since. As of March 2019 it is hovering around the $4,000 mark. Let’s just say that if you bought into Bitcoin when the media were saying to, you will be significantly poorer now for it.
But is this where the story ends for Bitcoin? Or is a comeback on the cards? Let’s check it out…
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