5 Reasons You Should Still Invest in Bitcoin

If you had invested $1,000 in Bitcoin just two months ago and sold it yesterday, you would have made about $9,000 in profit.

Once reserved to the darkest corners of the Internet, Bitcoin is a digital crypto-currency that’s quickly gaining favor internationally, due in part to attention on Cyprus’s banking emergency, its inclusion in the American financial regulatory framework, and increasing press coverage.

After a post-hack decline of about 20%, Bitcoin has rallied, again. Earlier this week, it hit yet another all-time high of just under $195.

Is it too late to clamber onto the bandwagon, roll around in the filthy lucre, and come out smelling like roses and mixing your metaphors profitably?

We asked a trio of Bitcoin’s major players if people should still invest and if so, why: Roger Vers, investor in a dozen Bitcoin startups; Adam Draper, founder of BoostVC; and Charlie Shrem, CEO of BitInstant and vice chair of the Bitcoin Foundation.

They all believe there is still money to be made. Here’s why.