Of course, there would have been some fairly hair-raising ups and downs along the way, but if you had invested your $100 in the cryptocurrency you could have realised your investment on November 29 at a tidy $3,773,758.93.
Of all the investment options, Bitcoin is the only one that has seriously challenged wine for returns in the past five years or so. Wine had better returns than real estate, gold and stocks last year and the top end appreciates at dizzying speed.
Take a look at the big names of Burgundy – DRC, Leroy, Jayer and the rest – and they are soaring in value. The First Growths of Bordeaux are also confidently appreciating each year, while Napa hasn’t seen too many wines depreciate either.
Read the full report here: https://www.wine-searcher.com/m/2017/12/bitcoin-in-a-bottle-the-investment-wines