So here's a .. hmmm philosophical question. Will cryptocurrencies endure? We know that, just like paper money, or a bank ledger held on a SSD that something gives it value because we believe in it. I could print my own Marty Paper money but unless someone believes it has value, it's pointless. But what about crypto? The argument by the naysayers is that it's not backed by anything. They say that, at least, your money is backed by your Central Bank. But that's the point of crypto - it's decentralized. Is it possible that institutional investing run up bitcoin to say a marketcap of $5 trillion that just pull out .. after bitcoin reaches around $235,000. I gotta say.. they crypto industry has gotten huge and I don't see it stop growing. Naysayers say regulation will kill it - just look at Mr. Wonderful (Kevin O'Leary - the man who worked hard but doesn't understand there's luck and timing) who is licking his chops at looking grown men cry when he believes it gets regulated and crashes to near 0. Personally, I think it will go the other way. With regulation, banks and other financial institutions would feel more at ease in investing I would think. But what do I know.