Analysts predict that dollar will get weaker and Peter Schiff called bitcoin a financial pyramid
Peter Schiff: bitcoin is a financial pyramid
Euro Pacific Capital broker company president Peter Schiff goes on with his criticism against bitcoin.
This time the businessman called BTC a financial pyramid whose participants protect the idea of bitcoin because they are personally interested in its efficiency.
“The very nature of Bitcoin requires owners to encourage new buyers to enter the market. Without new buyers coming in, there is no way for existing HODLers to get out. As with any pyramid scheme, success is only possible for those who get in early if lots of others get in late”, Schiff wrote in his Twitter account.
Earlier he had worded the idea that BTC price would drop down to zero.
Weak dollar will strengthen the position of bitcoin and gold
DTAP Capital investment fund co-founder Dan Tapiero thinks. The policy of the US Federal Reserve System will weaken dollar in the nearest future, which will supposedly affect bitcoin, gold and stocks.
The analyst’s position is based on data from the FRS that they plan to weaken their struggle with inflation in order to support commercial activity. Tapiero points out that if the level of inflation exceeds 2%, the dominating role of dollar in the world economy will be undermined.
“Dollar consolidating for one month but now on verge of benign selloff that further supports equity, gold and Bitcoin”, the analyst worded his opinion.
The Morgan Creek co-founder urged everyone to move out of dollar
Morgan Creek co-founder Anthony Pompliano thinks that currencies are prone to inflation so it is necessary to move funds to other assets.
Central banks regularly print new batches of cash, which will cause an instant spike in inflation at one moment. Pompliano notes that it is especially true for US dollar since the US Federal Reserve System has recently been issuing a large number of new banknotes.
“There is a devaluation of currency. The whole secret to building wealth is to get out of cash and get into assets that are denominated in dollars that will continue to go up in value over long periods of time — stocks, real estate, gold, Bitcoin, all this stuff”, the expert advised.