Bitcoin (BTC) is a commodity. A quick glance at the S&P Commodity Index vs. S&P 500 tells us that commodities have been in a downtrend since Bitcoin (BTC)’s inception (Aug 2008). Despite that, Bitcoin (BTC) rallied 596,666,566% from a price of $ 0.003 in March 2010 to $ 17,900 in December 2017. This was a major achievement considering the trend was against Bitcoin (BTC) between 2010 and 2017. Equities rallied after the financial crisis whereas commodities other than Bitcoin (BTC) entered a bear market.
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