When the cryptocurrency boom began in 2009, it wasn’t just investors who were betting on Bitcoin’s meteoric rise to $10,000 per coin.
The world’s leading cryptographers were already working on a cryptocurrency called Bitcoin Cash, and they were all excited.
They knew they had a better chance of disrupting the global financial system than Bitcoin, and their success would make the global economy safer, faster and more secure.
The cryptocurrency boom that began in March of that year was a huge opportunity for the crypto world.
For the first time in the history of finance, the world’s largest currency was a decentralized digital currency that didn’t require a central authority to run it.
Its network of miners was the backbone of a new technology called Bitcoin mining.
The idea behind Bitcoin mining was simple: Every block of data was processed by a computer that had to run on a computer.
So, as more data was mined, it would make more Bitcoins, and the amount of Bitcoins created by the mining process would rise.
The more Bitcoins miners could mine, the more money they could make, which was great for the cryptocurrency world.
Bitcoins were a currency that no one had ever seen before, and for that reason, it was considered a great investment.
Bitcoin miners had to pay a fee to the network to participate in the network.
As more miners joined the network, they could earn more Bitcoins.
The miners could then mine the blocks faster and further.
It was an incredibly profitable way to mine Bitcoins.
The Bitcoin mining community was so excited about Bitcoin that it launched a website in 2009 called the “Bitcoin Savings and Trust Fund” to help the cryptocurrency community grow.
The website, which didn’t exist at the time, was the first ever to track Bitcoin’s price.
The site was a virtual place where people could exchange their Bitcoins for real currency, with the option to buy or sell Bitcoins.
That’s when Bitcoin was really starting to gain momentum.
The first Bitcoin price to fall dramatically was in December of 2009, and people were buying and selling their Bitcoins all over the world.
Bitcoin’s value dropped from its peak at around $4,500 per Bitcoin to around $300 at the end of that month.
Bitcoin was trading for less than $3 at the peak of the Bitcoin boom.
Bitcoin’s value crashed back down to around the $2,000 level by the end, but the cryptocurrency market was still worth over $1 trillion.
That meant the cryptocurrency price was growing much faster than anyone could see.
By 2012, the price of Bitcoin was almost $5,000, and it was still growing.
By the middle of 2013, Bitcoin was worth around $10 billion.
By the end it was trading at around 10 times its value before it hit $11,000.
Bitcoin had become a powerful tool for many people, and many people were willing to pay for it.
The price of Bitcoins surged again in 2014 and then crashed back up to around 20 times its previous price in 2015.
That year, Bitcoin hit an all-time high of $15,000 and crashed back below $10.
Bitcoins are still valued at over $10 trillion.
In 2018, Bitcoin surpassed $100,000 for the first and only time.
The next year, the value of Bitcoins hit an impressive $400,000 on December 14, 2018, which marked the highest ever price ever hit by Bitcoin.
Bitcoin, in 2018, had a market cap of over $200 billion.
By 2019, the Bitcoin price hit a record high of more than $600,000 before crashing back down below $350,000 in 2020.
That was when the price was trading around $400 per coin, which meant it was selling for almost nothing.
In 2020, Bitcoin’s market cap hit a new all-new high of over £300 billion.
But it was losing value fast.
By 2021, it lost more than 50 per cent of its value.
By 2024, the market cap was in the tens of billions.
In 2025, Bitcoin lost more to Bitcoin in value than gold in value.
This was the year that the Bitcoin bubble burst.
It took a year for the Bitcoin market to recover and the Bitcoin economy to regain some of its lost value.
The story of the world leading crypto world is a tale of success and failure.
Bitcoin has had many ups and downs.
It has been a success for some people, but for many others, the rise of Bitcoin has been too great an opportunity for them to be able to make a living.
This is why the Bitcoin bulls and Bitcoin bulls who claim they are “the smartest people in the world” have no business owning Bitcoin.