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Is it still too late to buy Bitcoin? $ 100 Then and Now

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One of the reasons Bitcoin captures the hearts and minds of individuals is the stories of immediate millionaires who made their fortune in early adoptions. The people who exploited the room or accumulated it by the hundreds, and who were smart enough to keep it today, make an unprecedented profit.

With the monumental price gain, people begin to wonder where the ceiling is. and he does not approach it quickly. To this end, there is a part of the population who is wondering: "Is it too late to get into Bitcoin?"

However, this is not a new question, it is a question that was asked when Bitcoin was at $ 10, $ 100, $ 1000 until more than 17 $ 000 where it is today.

There is, of course, no doubt that those who were very early to the party are the biggest profiteers, and for the sake of it's good, it's worth watching this which has been accomplished in just seven years.

What is $ 100 worth of Bitcoin worth today?

If you had invested $ 100 in Bitcoin in 2010, over the years, you would have made huge profits along the way

July 28, 2010: ] $ 100 back in 2010 – keeping in mind that it is two years after Satoshi Nakamoto his white paper on Bitcoin – would cost you the value of today a colossal sum $ 28,341,266. A Bitcoin was worth just $ 0.06

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dec. 12: 2011: In 18 months, there would have been plenty of time to get involved in Bitcoin, but by that time the price was over 3,000 percent, and people were already asking, Is it too late? & # 39; Bitcoin was worth $ 3.19 and $ 100 at the time you net more than half a million dollars ($ 533,065)

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dec. 10, 2012: A year later, Bitcoin was still climbing, now reaching $ 13.54, a gain of 300%. $ 100 would have been $ 125. Still remarkably impressive in terms of earnings, but that has slowed somewhat since 18 months ago – Does this mean that its rise may be coming to an end?

Dec. 16: 2013: Hindsight is, of course, a fantastic thing that next year, the price of Bitcoin was up to $ 638 and therefore double as an investment. So a value of $ 100 at the time would be a pocket change, is not it? Well, it would be worth 2,665 today.

Dec. 8, 2014: Bitcoin was beginning to be heard in the rumors around the table, but people also heard that there were black markets, hacks, and other harmful uses, so $ 100 was worth $ 4,859 today.

Dec. 12, 2016: Through the harder years from 2014 and the slower growth, Bitcoin would not have been so attractive, but really, it would have been the perfect time to buy. The explosion was about to happen. Bitcoin was trading for $ 780. If you had invested $ 100, this investment would have increased by more than 2,000% to $ 2,180

June 12, 2017: Six months ago, no one thought that Bitcoin could go much further. the $ 2,500 was there. But of course, he was about to take off again.

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Dec. 5, 2017: This week alone has seen a crazy move. If you had bought $ 100 worth of Bitcoin a few days ago, you could sell it today at $ 145.

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Dec. 10, 2017: – If you had bought at the low of the fall of Sunday (when the prices fell to 13 160 $), this 100 $ would have been worth 129.

What reserves the

No one knows what will follow, but it can be said that almost everyone who bought Bitcoin more than a week ago is already enjoying it.

They can still be classified as early investors, or they can not, and although they do not experience gains of 3,000%, the feeling is that Bitcoin has a long way to

Ronnie Moas, a famous stock manager, argued that Bitcoin was heavily undervalued even at current prices. Moas said:

"We currently have $ 200 million worldwide, in cash, stocks, bonds and gold, and all four are, in my opinion, overvalued. If 1/2 of a percent of this $ 200 ends up in Bitcoin, you expect a valuation of one dollar that would be above Apple Computers, the world's most valuable company .

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