I´m wondering if Bitcoin let´s say reaches 100k or even 1 million will people with few money still buy it? Although nowadays it´s no big deal technically to buy fragments of a value asset so people with few money can just buy a small proportion of Bitcoin. But it could be a psychological thing as for Bitcoin there is no such thing like stock splits. Yeah, I know Bitcoin isn´t a stock, but I think that´s not the point here.

Stock splits typically drives the demand upwards as the asset seems cheaper to the average buyer. If the Bitcoin price skyrockets and you only have few money it might seem unattractive for you to invest in Bitcoin because you think it´s so expensive and you get only a small proportion of Bitcoin.

So could the lack of something like a stock split significantly decrease the demand for Bitcoin in the future and if yes what could be a solution to that problem?

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