If you’re not familiar with the bitcoin price, it’s basically a market for the digital currency that started in 2008 and has grown exponentially since.
In the first few years, the value of bitcoin was around $1,000.
However, the price of bitcoin skyrocketed to over $10,000 a coin by early 2016.
Then it crashed, and the price fell back to around $3,000 or so.
In 2018, it hit $2,000, and it has been steady since then.
But there are some who believe bitcoin could have a big future if the supply is capped and demand increases.
Bitcoin price is one of the most volatile digital currencies around, and even after months of selling, there are still some people that believe the digital money could actually become a real asset.
According to a recent survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 74% of respondents believe bitcoin can become a significant asset within the next decade.
That means that for every bitcoin you buy, you’re buying at least $100 worth of assets.
So, if bitcoin is to continue to grow and become more of an asset than a hedge against inflation, it will require a cap on its supply.
That is, the amount of bitcoins that can be created is capped, and only those coins can be used to buy other assets.
The cap could come as soon as 2019, when the price cap will be raised to $100,000 per coin.
Bitcoin has already hit that threshold, and so far, no one has managed to break it.
But bitcoin is more than just a currency, and if it becomes too expensive for people to buy, the supply of bitcoin will plummet.
In fact, the cap could be raised at a later date, as the current cap is just the beginning.
So, what happens if bitcoin becomes too valuable?
It could become an asset, but it could also be a bubble.
In this scenario, the cryptocurrency becomes more valuable as the supply falls and the demand increases, and people are more willing to buy it.
The more bitcoin users start buying it, the more valuable it becomes.
The Economist Intelligence Report says that the market cap of bitcoin has surpassed $30 billion, and that’s because of the high demand and high demand-supply cycles.
This is because the supply for bitcoins is capped at 21 million coins.
But because there are no caps on the supply, it could go much higher, as bitcoin will continue to increase in value.
The next phase of bitcoin could come in 2019, and this time, the bitcoin supply will be capped at 50 million coins, with only 10 million coins being used to purchase other assets such as gold and platinum.
This would put the total number of bitcoins in circulation at a staggering $1 trillion, according to the Economist.
But even if the cap is raised to 20 million, the number of coins is only enough to keep the total supply at a level where there’s enough for a billion people to hold.