Bubbles and rationality in bitcoin
George Waters ()
Economic Notes, 2019, vol. 48, issue 2
Periodically collapsing rational bubbles model speculative demand in asset markets. The price and quantity of bitcoin are integrated of different orders, which is evidence of a bubble. Cointegration tests that allow for the potential presence of such bubbles with alternative proxies for fundamentals cannot reject a bubble in bitcoin.
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