How can we assume that gains for any asset will remain logarithmic/exponential just because they once were? Thats like saying a penny stock that once was $.01 and grew to $10 must be on its way to $10,000 just because it saw x1000 gains before. Eventually exponential gains cannot be maintained. I understand who you are and your history of predictions, but saying that any asset will maintain logarithmic gains for such a long period of time just seems a little too far fetched. Dont get me wrong I'd love to see that happen, I am a hodler through and through. It just seems perhaps a little optimistic.
@davexs28, I should reframe my comment before. Let's put this way...Bitcoin is not a stock at all and there is no company behind it. Have you ever seen any stock grows from a few cents to $4500 a share in 7 years?