Bitcoin Price Up: Sitting at Around $232

Bitcoin Price Up: Sitting at Around $232

With the Bitcoin price up, it is clear once again that those who called for Bitcoin's coming death were once again wrong. Well, well, well... So it seems the bitcoin price is once again attempting to climb the ladder to greatness. Following massive fluctuations that saw the price of the digital currency stumble well below $200 for a short while, the price of bitcoin has now risen up like the morning sun and is clinging onto the side of the mountain for dear life, currently sitting at a flat-lining $232. Of course, there are many out there that truly believe with every fiber of their being....


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Back in 1994 when Amazon was just getting started the bricks-and -mortar merchants were asked how they would respond to Amazon. They were asked "What’s your Internet strategy?" And their collective response was along the lines of ... "Our what?" It’s 2012. The question now is ... "What’s your Bitcoin strategy?"

Stephen Gornick