In a best case scenario, he said, Bitcoin could jump to US$300,000 in as little as seven years.For skeptics of the crypto craze, it hard not to see all this as another sign of runaway exuberance a repeat of the boosterish Las Vegas securitization conference, dramatized in The Big Short, that preceded the subprime mortgage meltdown of 2007. But the steadfast optimism on display at this week Blockchain Cruise also carries a warning for anyone betting on a cryptocurrency crash: It going to take more than a 50 per cent drop in Bitcoin from its Dec. 18 high to drive out the diehards.is something that you either believe in or not, said Moas, who has become a crypto celebrity after issuing stratospheric price forecasts for Bitcoin.The cruise eclectic list of speakers included Jose Gomez, a former aide to the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez; Kaspar Korjus, the head of Estonia e residency program (which may issue its own cryptocurrency); and Jorg Molt, an early digital currency backer whose claim to hold 250,000 Bitcoins (worth US$2.8 billion at the current price) couldn be verified.But perhaps the biggest draw on the Blockchain Cruise was John McAfee, the anti virus software pioneer with a checkered past.
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“Behind all this is something rather sad; if people are hiring mourners these days, or pseudo mourners as it might be better to call them, is this not a sign of familial and societal breakdown? Once upon a time, everyone who died could be assured of a good turn out at their funeral. Their relatives would be there, which could be up to fifty or sixty people, and, especially in working class communities, all the neighbours would be there. If we are now forced to pay people to come to funerals, this may well be a sign that family ties are not what they once where, and neither are community ties.”.