Published on July 25 2018

They Killed Bitcoin 300 Times—Each Time, It Came Back Even Stronger

Justin’s note: Bitcoin is showing signs of life. Since bottoming at $5,900 last month, it’s rallied 38% and is now trading above $8,000.

Yet despite this, the “premature obituary” narrative continues. In today’s essay, world-renowned cryptocurrency expert Teeka Tiwari explains why you should ignore the bearish headlines… and how bitcoin will continue to move higher from here…


By Teeka Tiwari, editor, Palm Beach Confidential

Do you hear that?

It’s the deafening cries of all the bitcoin haters out there.

I want to show you why it’s critical that you ignore all the bitcoin naysayers… and start getting on board with bitcoin.

Believe me when I say it: Bitcoin is here to stay.

Not only that, it’s on the cusp of a massive move higher… along with the entire crypto market coming behind it. It’s a trend you’ll desperately want to be a part of.

So today, I want to tackle the biggest objection to bitcoin I hear… that it’s “worthless.”

Ignore the Haters

  • On June 20, 2011, Forbes wrote, “So, That’s the End of Bitcoin Then.”

  • On January 16, 2015, USA Today wrote, “Bitcoin Is Headed to the ‘Ash Heap.’”

  • On March 23, 2018, The Independent Republic wrote, “Bitcoin’s Story May Have Come to an End.”

Since 2011, bitcoin’s been declared dead at least 300 times.

Newsletter writers, journalists, and academics have called it a “Ponzi scheme.” Even JPMorgan Chase’s CEO Jamie Dimon—whose company has been fined billions for financial abuse—has called bitcoin a “fraud” whose value is “probably zero.”

Others like the idea in theory, but still have doubts. They are convinced the government will shut down bitcoin and render it worthless. If it were 2013, I would have agreed with them.

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From 2009–2013, bitcoin rallied from a fraction of a penny to over $1,100… then spectacularly crashed 85% to $185.

It looked like a classic “pump and dump” to me. That’s why I ignored it.

But then, something interesting happened.

Instead of collapsing back to pennies, bitcoin found support in the $200 range. Even after the bubble popped, bitcoin was still worth billions.

This intrigued me because true Ponzi schemes have zero value when they crash.

The fact that bitcoin was still attracting buyers even after the onslaught of negative news… an 85% price crash… and universal scorn… said something to me.

It said that maybe this asset had real value. At the very least, it told me that further investigation was needed.

Lessons From the Dot-Com Bubble

I’ve seen skepticism like this before…

Back in May 1997, Amazon went public at the split equivalent of $1.30 per share.

Amazon shot up to $113 during the dot-com bubble of the 1990s. When the bubble popped, Amazon crashed 94%—to the split equivalent of $5.97.

But again, something interesting happened…

In the depths of the dot-com hatred, Amazon started quietly climbing in price. Back then, I made the mistake of dismissing this action.

My error was buying into the prevailing belief that dot-com stocks were dumb and worthless.

I listened to the narrative instead of digging deeper into the Amazon story.

That was a mistake of lazy thinking. So when I saw the same thing happen with bitcoin, I decided to do something different.

Instead of listening to the skeptics, I asked myself: “Why are people still buying this supposedly worthless asset?”

That’s when I did a deep dive into bitcoin.

For the last 2 1/2 years, I’ve traveled the world interviewing experts, development teams, and venture capitalists. I wanted to understand why bitcoin has value.

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Even Governments Are Embracing Bitcoin

Just as important, I wanted to know what would stop the U.S. government from banning it.

How would the currency outgrow its widespread reputation as a form of “black money” used by criminals?

What I found was this: At its core, bitcoin is just a way to send and receive value without the need for a “trusted” middleman. Bitcoin has no central location. That means no government (including the U.S. government) can ever shut it down.

In fact, several countries have already tried to ban bitcoin. Many have found (and will find) that it’s impossible. Others, such as Japan, have decided to recognize bitcoin as money.

Governments will continue to realize that it’s better to have a hand in how bitcoin is shaped and regulated than try to destroy it (which they can’t).

Think back to when the U.S. government finally realized that Prohibition was unenforceable. It was better to regulate alcohol and tax it.

Where’s the Future Value?

The real strength of bitcoin is the underlying network of highly secure computers that support it. These computers run a new form of database called the “blockchain.”

Blockchain technology enables you to move money and data without having to rely on a trusted middleman. It’s truly revolutionary.

More than $4 billion per day is transacted across the bitcoin network… without the need for a central clearing authority. That has never happened before, and it makes bitcoin a unique asset.

As I write, software developers across the world are building applications designed to piggyback off this network.

Over the next three years, we’ll begin to see a slew of new applications emerge for bitcoin and the network that supports it. They will support everything from tracking assets to recording land registries… and much more that we can’t even think of yet.

That’s why bitcoin will continue to grow in value.

Since those obituaries started popping up in 2011, bitcoin has rocketed from a low of 75 cents to as high as $20,000-plus—an astronomical 2,666,566% gain before its most recent pullback.

The next time you find yourself being scared out of owning bitcoin by a negative article, do yourself a favor… read about the last 300 times bitcoin was declared dead.

Let the Game Come to You!

Teeka Tiwari
Editor, Palm Beach Confidential

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A Note on Crypto Risk Management

Cryptocurrencies are one of the few asset classes that can help you turn a small amount of money into life-changing gains.

If you do invest in this emerging asset class, the Palm Beach Research Group always recommends that you take a small position size. That means if you’re an investor with a small account, you should place no more than $200–400 in each crypto trade. And if you have a larger account, you should place no more than $500–1,000 into each trade.

Cryptocurrencies are volatile. So small position sizes will allow you to keep a cool head during extreme periods of volatility in the crypto market.


Chart of the Day: Bitcoin’s Resurgence

By Joe Withrow, analyst, Casey Research

Bitcoin—the world’s first cryptocurrency—is once again showing signs of life.

That’s the story of today’s chart, which tracks bitcoin’s price from July 2017 through today.

As you can see, bitcoin has gained 38% since it hit a year-to-date low of $5,900 last month… and it has just crossed the $8,000 mark for the first time since May.

This month’s big move came after the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) filed an application with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a bitcoin ETF.

What’s more, the CBOE will maintain insurance coverage on the ETF to protect against the loss of bitcoin through theft, fraud, destruction, or transfer problems. That would allow for large institutional funds to take sizable positions in bitcoin on behalf of their clients.

This is big news.

A bitcoin ETF would make buying bitcoin as easy as logging into your brokerage account and pressing the “buy” button. This could open the digital asset up to a wave of capital from investors who otherwise would not invest in bitcoin due to its complexity.

—Joe Withrow

Justin’s note: If you listen to the mainstream press, you might think that bitcoin is a passing fad. But Teeka has uncovered something that the financial press isn’t reporting. And it could cause investors to miss out on the biggest gains in the crypto space yet. He calls it “The Great Crypto Conspiracy of 2018.” To make sure you don’t miss out, get all the details from Teeka right here.


Reader Mailbag

Today, readers respond to Monday’s Dispatch: “The Trouble With a $5 Coke”…

Is it any wonder that millennials favor socialism? Remember, the basis of this free market system is that workers earn good salaries, sufficient to allow them to purchase goods, which in turn drives industry to produce those goods, which in turn should allow them to pay good salaries—a virtuous cycle. But this virtuous cycle has broken down, leaving millennials earning subsistence McWages, unable to accumulate wealth and possessions and afraid to complain, lest they be replaced by other workers or machines. Minimum wage laws are not the cause of this problem, but an attempt to fix the problem, as is universal income.

—David

Here is a very straightforward example of the minimum wage discussion. It is amazing that most folks don’t understand the simple concept of supply and demand. You could use this to explain the concept to people who are misguided!

—Hunter

As always, you can send any questions or suggestions for the Dispatch right here.