Even though crypto developers keep buying BTC the number one coin of blockchain has gone bearish. However, NFT, Defi, GameFi, and utility tokens are somehow managing to get public attention.
The scariest nightmare has come to miners and they are hit so badly that maintenance and power costs are eating up almost all of their revenues.
NILE stock is destined to soar in three or four years
Plunging Bitcoin is pulling down NILE of course while Ethereum miners have got a huge chance to stake ETH easily. Currently, the stock trades at $0.6290 per share by declining to more zeros. Its price moves in correlation with BTC. Most experienced buyers claim that BTC may start rising in three or four years as it was moving between 2017 and 2020. So keep buying the NILE shares if you are really sure about the future of the Bitcoin miner.