The Fundamental Value of Cryptocurrencies
So many people have gotten rich in the early years of cryptocurrencies, but are the returns all realized? Why are cryptocurrencies worth your time, and why do they command market value? They do not pay interest or dividends, so Adam Dubove of Members Only—based in Buenos Aires, Argentina—explains how to engage in a buy-and-hold approach.
He makes the point that cryptocurrencies enable peer-to-peer transactions, overcoming the conventional banking system. However, with so many on the market now, including 25 with markets caps greater than $1 billion, you have to do due diligence to assess which are distinct and add value. Given the new field with so many naïve buyers, there are also plenty of snakes to avoid, such as the now defunct one-coin.
- “Learn Bitcoin for 2018,” a review of Banking on Bitcoin with the American Institute for Economic Research.
- Episode 22: Demystifying the Blockchain, Avoiding Digital Snake Oil.
- Ichimoku Fibonacci YouTube channel (Spanish).
- Episode 67: What You Don’t Know about Crypto.