“Morgan Stanley’s announcement to offer bitcoin to their clients ($5T) in April ushers in a new era,” Eric Weiss, CEO of Bitcoin Investment Group, concluded. “A tidal wave of money is about to flow into bitcoin. Every major bank will follow. Nothing will ever be the same.”
On heels of Morgan Stanley boost, BTC trashed by Bank of America, Investopedia
BoA analysts say Bitcoin is ‘impractical as a store of wealth,’ while an Investopedia investors survey finds 62% believe it is in a price bubble
According to financial news site The Street, BoA analysts on March 17 called Bitcoin “impractical as a store of wealth or payments mechanism,” adding, that there is no good reason to invest in Bitcoin “unless you see the price going up.” Beyond that, Investopedia editor-in-chief Caleb Silver said a survey showed the only bubble investors are worried about is Bitcoin.
Bitcoin’s popularity grows, but so do expectations of a bursting bubble
While a Bank of America survey found trading bitcoin’s popularity booming, Deutsche Bank found strong agreement among money managers that BTC is a bubble about to burst
A Deutsche Bank survey of money managers found 90 percent calling the cryptocurrency one of many financial bubbles they foresee popping soon. Even among those, Bitcoin was in a class by itself, with half of the Deutsche Bank respondents giving it a 10 on a 1-to-10 bubble scale.
Crypto Must-Reads for June 30, 2020
These are the crypto stories you should be following today: Senate told lead or follow on digital dollar; alt-coin market manipulation still strong; BoA says crypto equals cash; U.S. soccer stars tokenized
Digital Dollar Project head Christopher Giancarlo tells the Senate that the U.S. must lead or follow on central bank digital currencies; crypto volume pumper’s manipulation business is still going strong; Bank of America okays crypto purchases with credit cards, but calls them cash advances; all U.S. Soccer players have been tokenized on a blockchain