The atmospheric dynamics which drive the lifecycle of a thunderstorm actually have some similarities to the dynamics that drive the Bitcoin market. Specifically, since Crypto.IQ is based in Sarasota, FL, let’s compare the Bitcoin market to the sea breeze — thunderstorm cycle that is so much a part of the weather here .
On a typical summer day in Florida, the sun rises and begins to heat the ground. This solar heating is transferred into the lowest part of the atmosphere near the surface, essentially the air near the ground begins to gain energy and buoyancy. This can be compared to how Bitcoin adoption increases, such as when thousands of Bitcoin ATMs are deployed and stores begin to accept Bitcoin, which pumps energy into the Bitcoin system.