"Part of the price at the moment is because they are difficult to buy, so there is a premium. If it becomes easier, then the price may fall." There may be a premium, but there is also a limit on the total available for sale. So, while making it easier to buy might bring the price down a bit, suddenly having way more people be able to buy it, and way more euros chasing the same limited available amount, will likely cause the price to go way up.
Not in US. If that's the way it works in EU... that's f'ed up
You obviously don't own any stocks.
It's worth $13 per 1 Bitcoin now. How much does it need to be worth to be worth "real" money?
Name ONE entity in the market that is like that, Intel? Exxon? Apple? AT&T?
Half way to where? And how is it half way?
Are you serious? It's halfway to "you win" stage, currently being at the "they laugh at you"