Now a little more than 18 million Bitcoins have been mined, and the maximum number of BTC cannot exceed 21 million. Bitcoin enthusiast Charlie Shrem believes that in a few years even 5 BTC will be able to change the life of their owner.
Of course, 5-10 Bitcoins is from 45 to 90 thousand dollars at the current exchange rate, and not everyone can afford such money. However, on the other hand, even 1 BTC, in the case of multiple growth, can change the life of the owner.
"Honestly the best way to hold #bitcoin forever is to get 5 to 10 BTC and keep it in the cold storage that even you can't access. I truly think that 5 to 10 Bitcoin will be super life-changing money in 20 years from now,"said Charlie Shrem on Twitter.
Honestly the best way to hold #bitcoin forever is to get 5 to 10 BTC and keep it in the cold storage that even you can’t access. I truly think that 5 to 10 Bitcoin will be super life-changing money in 20 years from now. Everything else just spend and use as you want— Charlie Shrem (@CharlieShrem) November 2, 2019
Recently, Binance cryptocurrency exchange noted that if you divide the maximum number of bitcoins by the number of people, then you will get only 0.003 BTC per person. But a noticeable percentage of Bitcoins has already been lost forever.
The dollars that you work hard for are always buying less and less, yet the government tells you there's 'not enough inflation'. The Fed is a government-created monopoly that counterfeits dollars by the trillions, and you're supposed to believe that this is "capitalism"," former congressman and cryptocurrency enthusiast Ron Paul turned to Twitter subscribers.
Earlier this year, Charlie Shrem announced that Bitcoin would "survive a nuclear disaster," while banks and paper money would literally burn out.