In crypto land, there’s always another short straw that people cling on to, which gets mixed in, like cement, with a multitude of FUD and positivity based on false hope. Now, here’s the next big one, but unlike other news outlets, we don’t toot the bul run trumpet every week (in fact, we never do); until now. We don’t think we will see a bull run until October earliest for BTC (note we talk about BTC, as that’s still the king influencer), but may not come until late January t0 late April. IF if doesn’t come by then, we’ll be quite disappointed.
Anyway, to the news at hand – we believe it will be a Gemini NASDAQ listing of the top cryptos that will cause the next bull run. In a way, it’s a shame. It’s a shame as it’s crypto having a price increase due to NASDAQ listings, thus, it’s speculative, where, what we really want to see, if a bull run for individual cryptos, based on the UTILITY of the coin/token.
We’re not going to go in to the ins and outs of where NASDAQ could potential announce this, but we expect it to come somewhere to go live later 2018, or early to mid-2019. What this will mean is, we expect the next bull run to be the start of a new all time high bull run. HOWEVER; some coins are going to find the bull run not quite working in their favour.
While the top 5 to 10 coins (by market cap) to be added to any NASDAQ cryptocurrency listing service, those that aren’t added (the vast majority), are going to find it tough going, leaving many a crypto investor disappointed. Not all is lost. We believe the entire market will gain positive traction, but any NASDAQ listing will lend more authority, awareness and make investing in crypto go truly mainstream.
People believe the bubble has already burst, like the .com era. We don’t believe that’s happened yet – we haven’t even gained mass appeal yet.
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