Bitcoin the bullet train?

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    FXGuru
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    It is little to doubt or say that Bitcoin is arguably the FASTEST growing thing right now. It needs to be told that in last 11 months, it has seen phenomenal growth of 800% growth so far.

    I personally have NEVER seen such growth with any investment before. I like to hear out what you think about the future of this? I personally believe that with the Fork canceled out, it is likely to continue on the rise along with other Cryptos as well!

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    #1468

    Coleen
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    So far, it’s certainly the way you thought it to be. We have seen the growth with it going past $9,000 for the FIRST time.

    It is now absolutely likely that we will see it going past $10k as well in coming weeks. It’s amazing as how far it is going to go. But one thing is clear that investment in that currently is extremely beneficial.

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    #1561

    Don Juan
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    I don’t think it’s moving in any random way, as the movement is very much common and obvious. I think now it is crystal clear that there is absolutely no stopping for it. I will definitely not want to be left aside, as you pointed out the growth is unbelievable and look more like movie kind instead of reality, but it is absolutely every bit of reality!

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    #1603

    ImBustedNoob
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    Bitcoin is absolutely unstoppable. I have NEVER been this excited as I am with Bitcoin. How things are moving for this is just beyond explanation. It’s jumping to $15k like a walk in the park. I don’t think even bullet train is the accurate word for it. The way Bitcoin is running, it is even faster than the Bullet train!

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