Since the first Bitcoin was mined back in 2009, the original cryptocurrency has been on a wild ride from a value of mere pennies to a peak of $5,000 earlier this month.
My introduction to Bitcoin came in May 2013 when the price was $120. Things ticked along steadily after that, until November when the price skyrocketed, reaching over $1,100 towards the end of that month. Unfortunately, the good times didn't last long and the price crashed. By March 2014 Bitcoin had dipped below $500, with the slide continuing to just above $200 in mid-January 2015.
Fast forward to late September 2016 and the price had made up some ground to above $600. And now, just one year later, a single Bitcoin is valued at more than $4,000.
So what does the future hold for Bitcoin? This blog plans to follow its path, which will hopefully lead to what many believe to be its ultimate destination ... the moon!
Bitcoin to the Moon is dedicated to following the original cryptocurrency on a journey to its ultimate destination.
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