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(77 People Likes) Bitcoin is almost at $4,000. To what extent can we expect it to correct?
cryptocurrencies, BTC cannot be objectively valued, outside of its transactional utility. So, Bitcoin can’t ever have a “correction” because there isn’t any “correct value” for BTC. This may all sound like semantics, but, it cuts to the core of understanding BTC and how much you should buy it for. BTC cannot be valued (yet!) as a security or currency or cybercurrency. With securities, the “correct value” is the PV of all future cash flows. With currencies, the “correct value” can be calculated from the ratio of any two currencies expected, nominal interest rates Don’t get me wrong, there’s lots of room for different perspectives within this framework. BUT, there is a correct value to each of those two asset classes Ironically, even Altcoins have a “correct value” - all Altcoin’s can be valued relative to the price of BTC based on their comparative inflation and adoption rates / changes in those adoption rates The only downside, is you can’t value BTC… only the value of other coins on a relative basis to BTC. I suspect it sounds like I’m splitting hairs here, but the semantics matter HOWEVER, THE PRICE OF BTC MATTERS AND THE RECENT RUN-UP WILL HAVE AN IMPACT ON THE CURRENT PRICE Unlike a national fiat currency, which is a necessity for living in that country, you can’t mandate people use cryptocurrencies... you need them to adopt it. A currency cannot succeed without adoption. The more people adopt that currency, the broader the number of opportunities there will be to use that currency. It’s a recursive process that gets a turbo boost when there’s widespread attention to the currency (As there is today) Far from signaling “overvalue” a dramatic ruu-up often signals another dramatic run-up, which fuels more adoption which… (As an aside, I’ve seen a number of TED talks and symposiums where BTC “evangelists” refer to an “overhang” that BTC faces because people associate them with Silk Road and even express it as a shameful period (you’ll see it in articles a lot too) If it hadn’t been for Silk Road, you’d still need 10,000 BTC to buy a pizza - because to transact on Silk Road, you needed BitCoin. Without SR, it’s difficult to see how BTC would have convinced people to adopt it) The only way the market will decline because of yesterday’s run-up in BTC is — if people believe the market will decline because of yesterday’s run-up in BTC… IS THERE A WAY TO VALUE BITCOIN? There are libraries of thoughtful research on this topic. And, I’d suggest the most conclusive answer anyone could offer is: Probably - and that’s why I love this market. Here are a couple of the research pieces I’ve saved over the past year because I thought they were compelling Look to Online Forums to Predict Changes in Price: I found this to be compelling. This team produced a model with some actionable, predictive insight. When Bitcoin encounters information in an online forum: Using text mining to analyse user opinions and predict value fluctuation As an aside Google Trends has also been a helpful for me in quantifying shifts in public taste Use Dark Markets to Assess whether BTC is overvalued: This is some good developing research around understanding BTC’s value in money laundering “purchasing power parity” to arrive at an equilibrium price (From an economic viewpoint, this is probably the most technically precise piece on Bitcoin valuation, were it not for information limitations, this would be sufficient) Look at a couple demand side drivers. Correlating the drivers to price is hard, but watching the changes in these drivers correlates with changes in BTC: These guys actually have a thoughtful paper, but, it’s easy to make fun of them because they’re pretty wishy-washy. Basically, they’re saying BTC price formation is a function of transactional velocity (another way to get at purchasing power parity from the answer above)  Admit the truth. Valuing BTC is extremely complicated - but, the research is getting better and slowly triangulating on something that might be useful: : This may not seem very helpful, yet. Basically, they flag just about any and everything that might impact price. It’s way too broad to be useful now, but, I wanted to highlight it for two reasons (1) Since we don’t know yet, it’s smart to consider everything (2) This tends to be the type of study that gets improved, streamlined and quantified over the next 5 or 10 years to create something useful What Are the Main Drivers of the Bitcoin Price? Evidence from Wavelet Coherence Analysis Footnotes  https://ftalphaville-cdn.ft.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/22174852/BitVal-BETA-Final-.pdf
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