The digital currency space has got a lot of pessimists, with a lot of digital currency critics saying that Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and other digital currencies in the crypto space are all fads, which will all go down in a couple of months. While the naysayers are constantly criticizing and bombarding the digital currency space with misbeliefs, a lot of crypto experts and analyst in the industry remain unfazed.
Hermann Finnbjornsson Says Bitcoin (BTC) Has 99 Percent Chance of Succeeding
A well-known financial service and news platform based in New York – TheStreet, recently had an interview with a series of top experts and analysts in the crypto space to know what they think about digital currencies and the crypto space at large.
TheStreet first spoke with the CEO and founder of Svandis (a very popular digital currency analytics company) – Hermann Finnbjornsson, who expressed his opinion of Bitcoin (BTC). The CEO said, “He believes there is at least 99 percent chance that Bitcoin (BTC) will succeed, adding that there are lots of reasons to be bullish on the digital currency, and a lot of banks and financial institutes are getting into it.”
Russell Korus’s Opinion
The CEO of EZ Exchange – Russell Korus, also gave his opinion regarding Bitcoin (BTC). He said that there are a bunch of reasons why Bitcoin is truly a game-changer. Korus added that “There are a variety of reasons why this digital currency has captured the imagination of people since it was introduced back in 2009, adding that Bitcoin (BTC) showcases a lot of traits and qualities that make it an attractive and powerful concept.”
With these traits, Korus said that the digital currency could build and lead “a paradigm shift” which will enable the world to move from the free information exchange to a world where people can exchange values without intermediaries.
Bitcoin (BTC) Price Today – BTC / USD
Bitcoin (BTC) is currently valued at $7,298 after an increase of less than one percent over the past 24 hours. Bitcoin (BTC) now boasts of a market cap of $125.89 billion with a trading volume of $3.93 billion over the past twenty-four hours.