BitcoinZ — is it a good buy?

BitcoinZ claims to be Bitcoin 2.0 because they offer fast transactions, anonymous transactions, decentralized GPU mining, and a development that is completely community driven. They believe(like Ethereum Classic) that blockchain should be immutable and hard forks should only be there to protec decentralized mining and for improvements. It is by nature a community coin and does not have a target date for adoption into any industry or store. This is like Bitcoin, except Bitcoin was first and has grown to a point where many places are looking to adopt it. I don’t know if Bitcoinz will ever reach that stage. I think a best-case scenario for Bitcoin Z is more along the lines of Dogecoin, except the price of each coin is higher because the supply is much lower. Its total supply is capped at 21 billion, which is 1,000 times higher than Bitcoin so if it ever reaches Bitcoin’s marketcap, it would be about $8.5 per coin(BTC at the time of this writing is around $8500). However, if you are looking to make money off investing in a coin, this may not be the coin for you. Being a community coin instead of a coin that has a precise roadmap of exchange listings and dates of adoption for certain industries, it will not grow and skyrocket as fast as some of the other coins. I think it may be a good fun coin with use as a tipping coin on social networks and such but unless it gets huge first, I don’t see it being a widely used coin. If you are looking for a community to join for crypto, then this coin may be for you. If you are looking to get rich and buy a lambo in the next year, this is probably not the coin for you.

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