No, Really, Bitcoin Won’t Be Worth $1 Million Each In 10 Years Time

This is a fun float of a little prediction but the chances of it coming true are about as high as my dating Ariana Grande in a decade’s time. You know, indistinguishable from zero. For the posit is made that Bitcoin will be worth $1 million in a decade’s time. I’d put the changes of the entire Bitcoin universe being worth that as higher than each Bitcoin achieving that value.

But that’s what the latest director added to the PayPal board has just said:

One Bitcoin Could Exceed $1 Million in 7 -10 Years: PayPal Director

Hmm, well:

“In my (subjective) opinion those chances of succeeding are at least 50%.

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No Way There Were 1 Million On The Peoples’ March – 300,000 Maybe

So another Remain number and assertion bites the dust. All of which does rather beg the question of whether they’re right on the Big One – that Britain should stay in the European Union. Their claim that there were one million on that Peoples’ March over the weekend is now proven to be hot air:

Impartial fact checkers Full Fact carefully examined their claim that one million people attended their march on Saturday, finding that “experts in crowd estimation put the number at between 312,000 and 400,000.” Again, barely a third of the dodgy numbers the People’s Vote were putting out

As we pointed out ourselves:

We could say they just overestimate or we could, of course, call it what it is – lying in the name of a political goal.

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$1 Million Win On $5 Poker Bet – This is Why Casinos Make Money

One way to look at this story of a $1 million (yes, $1,000,000) win on a $5 bet is that that’s a great game to be playing! How cool is that? The correct way to be looking at it is that it’s a terrible bet, a right stinker.

What matters is not the amount that can be won on a single bet. It’s the combination of how likely is it that the bet is won alongside how much you win if it does.…

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