The currency of the Bitcoin digital currency has declined over the past 12 months, but supporters remain confident that the currency will return strongly again, and the digital currency peaked over the past year. On December 17, 2017, the price of the Betcoin was £ 15,800, That time increased by 83% to just over £ 2,680.
Overall, the loss exceeds £ 207 billion over the course of the year. There are some reasons for the devaluation of the Betcairn, such as regulatory issues, piracy and pressure from central banks to lag rival currencies.
But even in the face of this downward trend, Betekwyn fans remain convinced that it will come back and that its value will rise again. Analysts believe that after three to five years you can go to a restaurant, retail store, and pay by digital currency.
But Pitcuene still has a long way to go in the minds of many. Last month, a man named Satoshi Nakamoto, allegedly the creator of the Betquin, threatened to destroy the price of Petequin.