There is so much hype about Bitcoins these days. Several startup came up just to mine and make money out of it. As of now, there is no regulatory body to control Bitcoins. There could be a day when a regulatory body comes into picture and brings in some rules & regulations. What are your inputs?
Yes I think
the cryptocurrency is the future .. but bitcoin is going to a hight level now , find an other currency and join it
I've learnt from several sources (investor's talks, books etc), that a startup who's primary goal is profit, instead of a PURPOSE (aimed at making a change) will not last long.
Few days ago I have read an article on Entrepreneur.com about Bitcoin. You may search there & I hope you will get a clear answer of your question.
It’s unlikely you’ll pick a winning start-up, so instead assess the experiences and skills this company offers to learn and develop. Will those skills be in demand elsewhere? Can they be applied in otheir industries.
Finally, the start-up is likely to look very different in five years time. So, do an annual review to keep on top of your career.
That really depends on what's important to you.
Any industry can suddenly face regulation they weren't facing in the past (the automobile industry is a good example of this).
The great thing about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is that they are decentralized, so no single regulatory body can come in and place restrictions on all Bitcoin use all over the world. Governments around the world have already placed restrictions on their citizens, and it certainly wouldn't surprise me if more and more attempt to do so. The problem for these governments is that you really can't shut down Bitcoin without shutting down the internet.
I don't think decentralized cryptocurrencies are going away any time soon unless something even better comes along to replace them.
If Bitcoin, blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, or alternatives to fiat currency are things you care about, a Bitcoin-related startup sounds like it would be a good fit for you.
If you can't be bothered about any of those, it's probably better to look for something that better suits your interests.
Only invest in things you understand and believe in. I don't see the value of Bitcoin personally and just 'don't get it'. It doesn't mean it's not a real thing, or at some point I won't get that 'light bulb' some of my connections have, but it's not something I connect to, so it won't be something I'll be investing in. I recommend digging in, learning more, and at the end you feel comfortable and are a believer, great! If not, then move on.
For me, I like to get behind businesses that sell something of clear value that generates direct revenue. :-)
Thanks all for your suggestions..