Bitcoin’s falling prices for the past few days has alarmed the “recent introduced” masses across the globe, while tempting hodlers who believe “it’s never a bad time to invest in Bitcoin.” One such prominent Bitcoin advocate, Max Keiser, featured in a recent interview with Trade U to discuss the depreciating value of fiat and Bitcoin’s position to fill the void. Hinting at ongoing interest cuts and related market manipulations, Keiser stated,
“If you want to escape money, you only have two choices: One is gold, the other being Bitcoin.”
In this regard, he also highlighted every government’s race to acquire large reserves of gold, which also suggests the depreciating value of traditional currency. Moreover, the investor suggested that Bitcoin market will “stabilize” and eventually “transform from store of value to a medium of exchange.” What may come as a shock to the wider community, Keiser claimed,
“Altcoin market is never coming back. There’s nothing any of these coins can do that Bitcoin can’t do or won’t be able to do shortly.”
Although “no real use case” argument was put up against the altcoin ecosystem, Keiser banks on Bitcoin’s “unstoppable” nature to experience complete dominance during the next financial crash. Envisioning this future, he warned the traditional market and government agencies,
“Those banks like Citi Group, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, BNP or HSBC will come to the, Bitcoin community for a bail out. The Bitcoin community will consider it, but of course it would be done on our terms.”
Keiser also highlighted India’s ongoing crypto-ban notion as a “regretful” decision, while contrasting it with New Zealand’s move to allow crypto for tax and payments purposes. Based on the unknown number of Bitcoin reserves held by various nationalities, it is highly speculated that crypto’s mainstream adoption may redefine global power status for every country. As a result, officials have to soon embark a “now or never” situation that will embark a civilization that uses fiat currency as a vintage collection item.