Early Cryptocurrency Supporter Considers Bitcoin as Being “Dead”, Sees Litecoin Going Downhill

As there only remains a little over two weeks for 2018 to end, crypto investors and leaders are wondering what the future holds for the market.

We’ve witnessed as many new projects being formed as many scams that have left some doubting the entirety of digital assets. While the beginning of 2018 saw token prices reaching new heights, it unfortunately did not more than a week before prices started to decrease exponentially.

As per a recent AMB Crypto report, early bitcoin supporter, Erik Finman shared his viewpoint on the future of bitcoin [BTC] along with Litecoin’s [LTC].

Finman is one of the youngest bitcoin millionaires to exist, as he made said gains during the 2017 bull run. In terms of what’s to come, he shared that there’s no future for bitcoin, and litecoin is likely to follow suit. Here’s as per his quote:

“Bitcoin is dead, it’s too fragmented, there’s ton of infighting I just don’t think it will last. It may have a bull market or two left in it, but long-term, its dead,” following this was his commentary on Litecoin, which went as follows:

“It’s like when the sun is going down and there’s that eight-minute period just before it goes dark. Litecoin is in its seventh minute.”

Despite his negative viewpoints on the giant and its supposed lighter version, Finman does seem hopeful about Ethereum [ETH], Zcash [ZEC] and Bitcoin Cash [BCH] reports AMB Crypto. Reasons why this is so has not been revealed.

What do you think about Finman’s viewpoint? And his support for the latter three cryptos? Let us know in the comments below.

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