The meaningful shift from Bitcoin maximalism to Bitcoin realism

The meaningful shift from Bitcoin maximalism to Bitcoin realism


There was a time when all cryptocurrencies traded against Bitcoin (BTC). Speculators ventured into other coins when they saw assuring tokenomics or promising hype, but Bitcoin was their settlement coin of choice.

Things have changed. Stablecoins now constitute a critical $150 billion pillar in the cryptocurrency market. Perpetual futures over-amplify market sentiment and, more often than not, dominate price action. Much more capital, including from institutional funds, has come into the market lately with only a moderate impact on Bitcoin’s price. So, some former bulls now dismiss Bitcoin as boring.

Is this the end of Bitcoin maximalism? Probably not. But, perhaps, it’s time for more realism.

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