Of the respondents, 50 percent answered that they would prefer to receive their $10,000 in Bitcoin, the second most chosen asset was gold (37 percent), the third U.S. 10 year treasury bonds (11 percent), and the last was the U.S. dollar at only 2 percent.
Screenshot of Ron Paul’s Nov. 14, 2018 tweet. Source: Twitter
Bitcoin’s price had recently been stable for a long time, until it had lost over 10 percent in 24 hours the day before the survey started. An analyst at Fundstrat, an advisory firm, has predicted that Bitcoin will take “weeks, if not months” to recover, and analysts at Bloomberg Intelligence say that the coin’s price could be on its way to $1,500.
Former Texas representative Paul already conducted an identical survey on Dec. 5 2017, with relatively similar results: the U.S. dollars scored the same, and Bitcoin received just 4% more than in the most recent poll.
A similar but more cryptocurrency-centric survey has been conducted on Twitter by Ran NeuNer — founder and CEO of crypto investment and advisory business Onchain Capital. In his version of the poll, the possible answers to the same question were Bitcoin,