BitPay and Circle CEOs See a Bright Bitcoin Future
In my opinion, it makes sense. What do you think?
“The logistic curve describes the speed of information dissemination among people. This graph describes the distribution of information in an environment. At first, a instrument is of little interest to anyone, investors are afraid of buying it, and its price fluctuates around r °. At this time, the initiated (“elite”), solely owning important information, begin to buy it, the price slightly grows. Then the information is shared with a small circle of insiders, individual purchases grow into active buying, the price of the instrument abruptly takes off. The general public is perplexed and can not understand what is the reason. At the third stage, news comes out and investors fearing not to have time to “jump into the last car” buy up this tool that the “elite” and “proxies” are happy to sell to them at the maximum price (with joy, because at that time the “elite” there is already new information that the “elite” has taken into account, a new logistic curve in another instrument begins, or in the same, but with another sign, sales begin). The third stage is completed, when the whole society is aware of what happened, discuss everywhere, all who could have already made There is no one to sell.” [https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/3DYOtO7g-Bitcoin-LOGISTIC-CURVE/](https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/3DYOtO7g-Bitcoin-LOGISTIC-CURVE/)
Today, I will look at a coin that has been in the crypto market for some years already.
Rebranded on a few of occasions since its inception in January 2014, DASH has been recognised for its anonymity and marketed as being one of the first successful examples of a DAO (decentralised autonomous organisation). Though still considered by many as a privacy coin, the team has since shifted the focus on developing a fast, reliable and cost-effective payment platform to favour mass adoption at the expense of anonymity.
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