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There is nothing written in stone that says that Bitcoin's Market Cap must be the highest.There are THOUSANDS of Stocks where they have a very high price, but a low market cap, and thousands of stocks with huge Market Caps, but lower prices, and greater numbers of shares.
When I mention that Doge could very well see a value of 10¢ to $1, people almost INSTANTLY burst out with the:"But then its market cap would be greater than Bitcoin!!!"I can look in the New York Times' Financial Section, at the Stock Prices, and I can pick out literally thousands of stocks that are worth smaller amounts than some of the bigger companies, yet they also have a greater number of shares (I can't recall the Finance Company in particular, but they have refused to split their initial shares, or to release more shares, and their shares are now at $68,000 a piece, yet Apple, a company with vastly more shares, has a lower price, but a higher market cap).The same can be said for thousands of other companies, some with billions of shares of stock that are only 1¢ to $1 a piece.Even if you look at currencies (which is a poor thing to compare Crypto Currencies to, as they are much more like financial instruments than they are like actual currency), there is nothing that says the Dollar (or the Yuan, or the Renmimbi, or the Yen, or the Pound, etc..) must have the greatest value and the Largest Market Cap.So.... WHY all the obsession over Market Capitalization?
And that is good Gold , silver . bronze !
Doge could EASILY have a Market cap that is 2X, or even 10X that of BTC (and, at a value of $1, DOGE Market Cap would be a little over 10X that of BTC at its current value - but since BTC will likely have risen in value by the time that happens, it's own Market Cap will have risen, meaning that the DOGE Market Cap would probably be between 5X and 10X that of BTC).
I am completely in this for the Long Game.I have bought Doge that I will trade on the Market.I have bought Doge that I will use to Tip and Buy things from people.And I have bought Doge (a significant amount) that I am just going to sit on, hoping to eventually be worth several hundred thousand, if nothing else.I got the advice from several relatives who have worked as CFOs for large Resource Commodity Companies (one of whom is my father), and they said for any new commodity, that is how you should break it down if you are looking at long term gain (trade, economic expansion, and investment).The trade and purchasing (and accepting Doge for purchases) keeps Doge in circulation, and it promotes the growth of the economy.And the sitting on it is hoping that it will grow, and then you can then just use all of what you have like any other "money" (other currencies, stocks, bonds, credit cards, checks, etc) that you happen to have (not all money is currency, but all currency is money).I am looking at 5 years.
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