Why BTC is still worth buying
Hello everyone, I am Cuihua, the editor of POWPOWER. POWPOWER has been focusing on the mining neighborhood for 4 years. I am the official distributor of IPollo and have established long-term partnerships with Bitmain, Avalon, Jas miner, inno, Whatsminer and Goldshell. For digital currency investors, choice is the top priority in the face of digital currency with a lot of cash. But it also inevitably comes into contact with some frustrating troubles.
If you don’t know much about the currency circle, you should choose a currency for stability. It is recommended to choose one of the top 20 or top 10 mainstream currencies by market value, such as BTC, ETH, and EOS.
If you choose to invest in big digital currencies such as “BTC” and “ETH”, it means high investment, high risk, and low return. However, the “low return” we are talking about here is only relative to the investment in digital currency. But if you choose some unheard of digital currencies as investment, you have to face another challenge, that is, high risk. Although this currency may have high yields, if everything is lost, high yields are just empty talk.
Although small currencies with low prices are more likely to increase by dozens of times and achieve the dream of getting rich overnight, they are also more risky than mainstream currencies. Not to mention the technical level and awareness issues, many small currencies are not even clear about their core positioning, whether they can be profitable or not, and they are likely to fall if they encounter bad news or are affected by the general environment of the currency circle. Case.
After nearly ten years of development, BTC has temporarily reached a phased consensus on the use of assets. Whether it is the attitude of national institutions towards BTC, the support of BTC by financial instruments, and the impression of all players in the circle on BTC, it is difficult to find a voice to refute it.
This is why BTC is currently called “digital gold”. Throughout the development trend of BTC is always upward.
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