It's interesting to see where we're coming from. If you have a decentralized cryptocurrency with a founder that disappeared you can never get listed on exchanges.
This isn't just for Binance, this is pretty much for any exchange now. https://t.co/qm8Kmx39LR
I don't believe this is a relevant question. It doesn't really matter how low it goes. The important is that it doesn't go much lower than your reference currency. What you do meanwhile will affect your capital too. If you are a hodler, then just hodl and come back once a month to check.
We can't yet say if this is the end of cryptocurrency or just a start. Governments trying to kill it but future always finds it way. It's not just about money, and I'm really interested to see where it goes (pissing my pants already btw )
I would have to disagree with you about the bank shutting down cryto, I do think they applied an temporary blow to cryto with the bank and credit card companies help but at the same time depositing your funds from cryto profits into a bank account is against the ideology of cryto as a currency. I've been in engineering and technology for over 20 years and seen technology experts scientists overcome things now we never thought possible. Just give it some time