Investing in bitcoin
If you put your money into bitcoin or other non income-producing assets that are dependent on what someone else values them in the future, you are in speculation, not investing
Picture the world’s entire gold supply melted together into a cube 68 feet (21 meters) on each side valued at $8 trillion. For the same amount, an investor could purchase all the farmland in the US, 11 replicas of Apple Inc or 20 Googles, and still have about $1 trillion of walking around money.
A century later, the farmland will be producing valuable crops no matter the currency, and dividends from the companies would probably add up to trillions of dollars. The 170,000 metric tons of gold will be unchanged in size and still incapable of producing anything. You can fondle the cube, but it will not respond.
Apologies to Warren Buffett