Gas Ain't Gold: Why Ether's Price Could Tank Even If Ethereum Succeeds
I was listening to the Coindesk podcast - late confirmation, and Michael Casey was a guest.
As I was listening to the podcast, I started breaking out in sweats a little, as ETH is by far my largest holding (about 45% of my portfolio) he made a valid argument that the price of ETH may never get to the previously seen highs, due to ETH not really being a store of value.
The article makes a lot of sense, based on the use case of ETH and the fact that it is a transactional coin of which the developer community would benefit from low and consistent values, and it not being seen as a store of value.
What are peoples thoughts on the matter? should I sell all my ETH now for good old Bitcoin?