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Bitcoin vs. Bitcoin Cash

By: Marvin Germo | March 15, 2021

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash—they are the top cryptocurrencies right now if you would ask me. I’ve written some informative blogs about these cryptocurrencies so if you are interested, you may browse my blogs. Aside from Bitcoin, you can also invest in Bitcoin cash if you want a cheaper investment.

Investing in cryptocurrencies is worth it, considering the fact that crypto is gaining momentum right now. If you accumulate enough crypto or invest small and gradually increase your investment, start now as long as you have the means. The younger you start investing, the more earnings you will have.

What’s better?

I know you have some questions regarding Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. What’s better between the two? In terms of capitalization, I would say Bitcoin is better than Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin started earlier than Bitcoin cash. Although it’s not the first digital money to be invented, it’s the top crypto right now. If you want a stable investment, then I suggest you invest more in Bitcoin. If you can afford to buy more Bitcoins, then invest in it.

Bitcoin cash has its own strengths as well. You may consider its strengths if you are looking for another crypto where you can invest. Remember to diversify.

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Affordability

Affordability is something investors look for when they invest. In terms of affordability, Bitcoin cash is better since it’s a lot cheaper than Bitcoin. To own 1 Bitcoin cash, you only need at least $500. This is a lot cheaper compared to the $60k equivalent of 1 Bitcoin. This means that when you invest, let’s say, $100, you will have more Bitcoin cash than Bitcoin. If the Bitcoin cash hits $60k in the future, you will have more money. This is actually a good alternative if you are not yet sure about investing in Bitcoin because it’s currently expensive.

Market capitalization

It’s obvious that Bitcoin is better in terms of market capitalization. We all know that Bitcoin is the top and hottest cryptocurrency right now. Hitting $60k in the past few days, who could have thought that this cryptocurrency will make someone a millionaire just after a couple of years? Also, because of big corporations and businesses starting to accept Bitcoin as a payment, the market runs in favor of it. Soon enough, even small businesses will start accepting Bitcoin, followed by other digital money like Ethereum, Cardano, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.

Where should you invest?

If you have money to invest, then I suggest you invest in both. Put more money in Bitcoin since this is a more stable digital currency. Bitcoin cash is also good. I remember last January, Bitcoin cash is only at $350. Now, it’s about $550. Just imagine your profits within a year if the market continues to run in favor of cryptocurrencies. I firmly believe that the initiative of different companies like PayPal and Tesla to utilize Bitcoin is good information that makes more investors believe in the future of digital money.

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