agreed, to me it will coincide with btc bottoming, but not going to try to pinpoint it. But while i won't pick the top, still find it comical most of the eth fanboys won't acknowledge it is in a bubble that will inevitably pop.
I don't think current levels are overvalued to be honest. Yes the rise is sharp and corrections are expected, but it will rise and stabilize over time. Even the first time we went to $16 and then back to $7, doesn't seem too drastic to me, it was a clear bear trend with a little overselling at the end. But not a hard selloff/bank run type.. I think a lot of "eth fanboy name callers" expected a way deeper drop..
I like btc and eth. As long there is movement, I'm a happy trader :)
I'm sorry if that terminology offended you, tbh I can be a btc fanboy at times but I am astonished by how far it has come and I do believe it's time is now--and the price will corroborate this over the next year or so. I do like eth, but I totally disagree, I only focus on its price relative to btc, which seems extremely over-valued...at least this early in eth's life cycle maybe not down the line. It has a lot more to prove in my book before these prices are justified, maybe this is debatable, time will tell, to say eth is going to take over btc in capitalization is not and laughable.
non taken. I don't know the future and opinions are often wrong. Therefore I'm not going to make assumptions if eth is going to have a bigger market cap than bitcoin or not. What I see now is, that it is strong, but I'm also sceptic if eth is a good store of value. It is the fuel for the network and can also be used as a cryptocoin. The smart contracts and the things that will be with it are interesting.. So it might be possible the cap shifts over to tokens or stuff like the DAO and so on.. only time will tell :)
Interesting dates are the end of DAO creation phase, Bitcoin reward drop, so I guess a lot of volatility ahead of us.