Gold vs Bitcoin – Final Wrap Up

Published on
October 24th, 2019
3 minutes

Gold vs Bitcoin – Final Wrap Up

Bitcoin vs. Gold ·
Featuring Justine Underhill

Published on: October 24th, 2019 • Duration: 3 minutes

Justine Underhill wraps up Gold vs. Bitcoin with an overview of what we covered, which big names think either gold or bitcoin will win, and the other financial giants who think it is best to hold both. She also teases what is to come on Friday. We hoped you enjoyed these last weeks and stay tuned for our special guest airing on Friday.


  • SP
    Steve P.
    14 April 2020 @ 23:26
    Do not need tech know how so he’s with gold? Yeah man, mining, raw processing, refinement, flatten and stamping , carving some emperors face takes 0 TECH OR KNOW HOW! You’re with Gold because it made you rich. Stop lying.
  • WB
    William B.
    12 November 2019 @ 05:41
    China uses only phone payments in rnb. No room for bitcoin.
  • JC
    Jade C.
    11 November 2019 @ 17:40
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    Jade C.
    11 November 2019 @ 17:40
    Great input. Nice to hear this kind of ideas for me gold is still good investment.
  • SA
    Sanne A.
    28 October 2019 @ 21:06
    A lot of comments aren't going to age well. #opportunityisnowhere Thanks for the series Real Vision. CC's are not mundane in my neck of the wood, but this made me get a virtual CC (funded with crypto obviously) and subscribe.
  • GE
    Glenn E.
    27 October 2019 @ 16:48
    Really enjoyed the two-week series. I am a software developer, and the series motivated me to set up an ethereum network and figure the blockchain technology. Thank you Real Vision.
  • dd
    david d.
    24 October 2019 @ 09:54
    2 weeks of shitcoin torture
    • TM
      The-First-James M.
      26 October 2019 @ 13:55
      Said one day before one of the year's biggest 24 hour Bitcoin rallies...
  • SS
    S S.
    24 October 2019 @ 10:11
    After Gold vs Bitcoin Fortnight my summary is as follows: As a Millenial (I am one myself) with a larger risk appetite and three decades of working left ahead of me before retirement, own both Bitcoin and Gold with a larger allocation to Bitcoin (the recent fall in Bitcoin is a buying opportunity). As a millenial I would allocate to Gold through the Gold miners as it is more aggressive and more lucrative. As a retiree such as my parents, they will own both bitcoin and Gold, with a much larger allocation to Gold over bitcoin and they will own Gold via Physical and ETF. Pretty simple. Thanks RV.
    • JD
      John D.
      25 October 2019 @ 01:52
      I think your allocation to BTC is overweight considering the regulatory risk that is still outstanding. If you want to be agressive, 50 / 50 makes more sense to me. I would also advise to old gold in various currencies, specifically currencies of export economies that will likely de-value amid near term economic contraction.
    • TM
      The-First-James M.
      26 October 2019 @ 13:54
      I would caution you to be more careful when buying shares in the miners than when you buy Bitcoin. The former is an industry permeated with liars, promoters and charlatans. You may find IKN Mark on Twitter to be a useful and helpful follow.
  • KK
    Kiwoong K.
    25 October 2019 @ 03:23
    I'm so glad this is over. The arrogance in this community is as bad as the league of legends community. I only want to know what bitcoin community will do in absence of (however short it may be) power or frequency. (even the sun can mess with frequency signals.) Instead of an answer, I keep getting people attacking me as a person. I just wanted a real thoughtful answer.
    • TM
      The-First-James M.
      26 October 2019 @ 13:52
      You telling me we're going to see a global power outage, where everywhere in the World loses power at the same time? Guess it's a good thing Blockstream put some satellites into orbit to help protect the Network against this scenario...
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    andrew s.
    25 October 2019 @ 22:51
    Real Vision has always had a zero h(edge) tilt to it but there were always a few gems that kept me interested. Unfortunately with the focus now on broadening the audience, content and marketing the good stuff gets thin. I understand that is the direction and nature of media and publishing but for me it becomes harder to wade through and closer to the thing RV tried to distinguish itself from, soon to become just another financial media channel with a ZH anti mainstream veil to try and differentiate it.
  • DH
    Daniel H.
    25 October 2019 @ 18:42
    Why have you turned off comments on the Mark Yusko interview? It is an extremely controversial interview. At one point they hint that the GFC was caused by not having blockchain technology. But a blockchain is nothing more than a database. The unchallenged assertions in that interview/crypto lovefest are legion.
  • OB
    Omotayo B.
    25 October 2019 @ 14:03
    Amazing Bitcoin will win
  • WB
    William B.
    25 October 2019 @ 05:42
    Justine is a brilliant journalist who has gamely gone through this bitcoin debate. I just hope that she hasn't actually bought any bitcoin.