Despite the tumbling state of the crypto market and the sharp decrease in Bitcoin price, venture capitalist and permabull Tim Draper remains overly positive on the future of cryptocurrencies. Meanwhile, Bitcoin’s dominance has been increasing since the first week of November.
Draper: Clinging to Old Currencies Is a Mistake
Speaking to Mike Green of Thiel Macro on the sidelines of World Crypto Con in Las Vegas earlier this month, venture capitalist and cryptocurrency investor Tim Draper predicted that digital currencies will eventually make up as much as two-thirds of the entire world’s currency value.
He also outlined that cryptocurrencies are frictionless and cheaper to use, which alone should be enough for widespread adoption.
Down the road, when we can easily spend, or invest, or do whatever we want with cryptocurrencies—they’re frictionless, they cost you less. […] I mean, just by that alone, just that they cost you less, it’s going to be better for people. And so they’re going to move to crypto, and they’re going to go away from the political currency—they call it fiat. – He said.
Draper holds that this is the main reason for Bitcoin’s (BTC) 00 future increase in value.
That’s the way it’s going to move. And so the countries that are forward thinking are saying, this is the way it’s going to be. So we’re going to make a huge mistake by trying to cling to our old currency. – Outlined the investor.
It’s worth noting that Draper recently re-confirmed his previous Bitcoin price prediction of $250,000 by 2022, saying that it’s “absolutely solid” on the stage of Web Summit tech conference.
Bitcoin Dominance on the Rise
After having decreased to about 51% at the end of the first week of November, Bitcoin dominance — its share market cap percentage in the entire cryptocurrency market, is now back upwards of 53 percent.
This comes amid a time of steep declines, as the market’s forerunner lost almost $1,000 of its value in the last seven days alone.
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