Peter Brandt Ends Ethereum vs. Bitcoin Debate With Scary Prediction

Peter Brandt Ends Ethereum vs. Bitcoin Debate With Scary Prediction

At the time of writing, Ethereum is changing hands for $2,269.34, down 0.6% in the past 24 hours and by more than 3.7% in the trailing seven-day period. While Peter Brandt’s decade prediction of Ethereum is a major concern to note, his stems from the belief that the digital currency is not a worthy store of value.

In his post on X, Peter Brandt said ETH is not a comparable store of value when placed side by side with Bitcoin, and he acknowledged not understanding why traders often choose to HODL the coin.

To Peter Brandt, the bad functionality of Ethereum and the skyrocketing gas fees might eventually be its demise in the long run. With how relatively unusable ETH is, Brandt boldly labeled the asset as a “piece of junk.”

Besides the gloom shared by Peter Brandt, Raoul Pal also waded into the Ethereum versus Solana debate recently. The top analyst Ethereum as the Android of the crypto ecosystem while naming Solana as the iOS of the industry.

Unlike Brandt, many experts foresee a brighter future for Ethereum, especially as it currently powers some of the most innovative layer-2 protocols in the industry, , Arbitrum (ARB) and Optimism (OP), among others.

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