“can’t go below zero” ? - Why not ? - it’s being quoted in USD - so what is to stop it going below parity ?r
NOT THAT i would wish that on any of our “HODL’ers”
But hey _ i NEED A COFFEE
[Edit - Having seen @Clint s post I agree that my post here is poorly phrased ! Already it has gone below the current cost of production. Perhaps I would consider it to have “Gone below zero” if the cost of the electronics and electricity just to maintain it, went above it’s notional dollar value ?
As Clint says, even if it went to $0.01, it would still be positive ! - well yes, in a way it would, but if it would cost you perhaps $0.03 to switch your computer on and actually transfer it to someone else, would that now be a value “Below zero” - ie negative, or would we still hold to the fact that it did have a potential worth of $0.01 (plus a possibility - however remote - that it’s “value” may increase at some point ) hold us to the definition that if you could get anything for it at all ?
Sorry - as I said “Badly phrased” - And depending which of these ways one defines “Value” possibly wrong ? - The reference to “parity” and equating it to zero ? - Just plain Wrong ]