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Bitcoin has had a terrible month, but not as bad as many other major and minor cryptocurrencies it would seem, with bitcoin’s share of the total cryptocurrency capitalization, known as its dominance, moving higher throughout November .
Looking at all the selling that has brought the world’s largest cryptocurrency, by market cap, to its knees, it’s hard to pinpoint one catalyst that may be able to reverse the trend. The Securities and Exchange Commission concerns create a “death spiral situation” that spills over into 2019 .
Is still worth steadily acquiring coins every time it hits a new low? You could possibly see a yield of 100 to 200 percent in 3 years, and a whopping $1 million by 2020..
Ohio will become the first state to accept cryptocurrency for tax payments, beginning this week. A business does not need to be headquartered in Ohio to pay in Bitcoin, but must operate in the state .
Bitcoin is up more than 1,000% over the last 3 years which is incredible gains in any asset and any respect. Bitcoin cycles have played out over and over again where we see an incredible boom and then large percentage pull backs on the bust cycle .
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