WARNING!!! Bitcoins Could Disappear Like Myspace, Says UBS---With the latest reports from an analysts at Swiss firm UBS, investors are been warned that popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoins could lose their allure just like Myspace and Netscape did earlier on in the social media and browser revolutions respectively. According to\u00a0Bloomberg,\u00a0the firm issued this warning to its investors citing regulatory actions or if a better-designed version is launched to rival the existing ones. \u201cThere is little in our view to stop a cryptocurrency\u2019s price from going to zero when a better-designed version is launched or if regulatory changes stifle sentiment\u2026..Netscape and Myspace are examples of network applications that enjoyed widespread popularity but eventually disappeared,\u201d UBS strategist. What this means: UBS suggests that a rival cryptocurrency backed by powerful Western Governments could eclipse Bitcoin when launched as it will attract more credibility and transaction value. Bitcoin is currently not owned by any government. What the US Fed is saying Bitcoins, the world\u2019s most popular cryptocurrency with a 66.5% market share saw its price rise above $40,000 during the week before falling 8.9% to close just above $37,000. Cryptocurrencies are very volatile assets and is viewed somewhat negatively by most regulators. Recently, the US Fed Chair, Jerome Powell,\u00a0recently spoke on why the U.S central bank\u00a0had no reason to rush into central bank digital currencies. According to him; Since we are the world\u2019s reserve currency, we actually think we need to get this right, and we don\u2019t feel an urge or need to be first,\u201d\u00a0he said.\u00a0\u201cWe effectively already have a first-mover advantage, because we\u2019re the reserve currency.\u201d Powell also revealed that stablecoins were of high-level priority. \u201cWe\u2019ve been very focused\u2026 on potential regulatory answers for global stablecoins, in particular,\u201d said Powell in response to a question about CBDCs, or central bank digital currencies. \u201cSo that\u2019s been a high-level focus, and that will continue to be a high-level focus because they could become systemically important overnight and we don\u2019t begin to have, you know, our arms around the potential risks and how to manage those risks, and the public will expect we do and has every right to expect that\u2026 It\u2019s a very high priority.\u201d Upshots According to a report by Google, Nigeria has the highest interest in Bitcoin globally. The report claims Nigeria emerged the first amongst other countries around the world in Bitcoin searches on Google. Delta State has the highest level of Bitcoin interests on a state level in Nigeria, followed by Ebonyi, Ekiti, Anambra, and Osun. Surprisingly Nigeria\u2019s business capital, Lagos misses out of the top 5 as regards Bitcoin level of interest in Google.