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“Ethereum tokenomics are far more complex than that of Bitcoin,” said Mati Greenspan, founder of Quantum Economics. “Since the Ethereum blockchain has run into scalability issues on the technical side, that has prevented it from growing too much further. They are working hard to sort that out but until they do, we can only speculate as to the future value.”

“All the low-hanging fruit as far as adoption is all in the past,” said Mati Greenspan, who writes and publishes the investment newsletter Quantum Economics. “Now we’re going up the tree.”

“We’re at the ’Then they fight you’ stage,” Mr. Greenspan said, referencing the saying often attributed to Mahatma Gandhi.

“People were getting very excited,” said Mati Greenspan, founder of Tel Aviv-based investment research firm Quantum Economics. Hopes grew that China would remove the bitcoin ban imposed two years ago and allow exchanges to operate, which would have led to “huge volumes” for trading in the currency, he said. “They were overly bullish and now China is smacking them down a bit.”

“It is possible that speculation on bitcoin’s rapid growth in hash rate is also contributing to the price action lately,” said Mati Greenspan, founder of crypto and financial analysis outfit Quantum Economics.

“However, let’s be clear that there’s a huge difference between hash rate growth and cost of production. The latter is what more strongly correlates with bitcoin’s price but is also unfortunately much more difficult to determine.”