Important Warning!

There is a possible change coming to Bitcoin around August 1. After this time, the price will most probably go up on Bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies as well. However, if the change occurs, people with Bitcoin on or may find that they are not able to profit from a second coin that others will get for free.

So, to be safe, by Friday, July 28, 2017, move any Bitcoin you have on or to or to a wallet.
ALSO, do not trade, send or withdraw any Bitcoin from July 31 to August 3.

If you want to learn more about this, you can find it here in my book

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What’s happening on or before August 1 that you must know about?

Currently, Bitcoin can handle about five transactions per second. That was fine in Bitcoin’s infancy. However, if you compare it to Visa’s average of 2,000 transactions per second, you can see Bitcoin’s capacity is not enough for the future and it’s causing Bitcoin transactions to take a long time.

Continue reading “What’s happening on or before August 1 that you must know about?”

Bitcoin price forecast – 25 June 2017

I am expecting Bitcoin and altcoins to maintain current price levels or drop until the debate on SegWit is decided. Then I expect a very quick rise and for Bitcoin to trade over $3000 before the end of the year.

I expect that SegWit will be accepted. On the Bitfinex exchange, you can buy tokens for only one of the possible future coins. People are paying $2250 for Bitcoins after SegWit and $235 for new Bitcoin Unlimited coins. That means the vote is nine times larger for adopting SegWit.

Next: What to do about the August 1 change

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