When we get a log scale plot of the bitcoin price graph, we get something like this:

We know that if the price of something, be it a stock, or anything, if it grows by a constant 10% or 15%, then the even scale plot is exponential, and the log scale plot is a straight line.

So what is the implication of it not being a straight line?

It seems to be flatten out after a while, but for sure, if it flattens out but still go up from $33,000 to $66,000, that's still quite an increase.

We may also wonder: do we want a straight line which is not so steep, or do we want a flattening curve, which goes up fast at the beginning, but flatten out after some point?

The answer might be that if it is a straight line versus a flattening curve, some day, the straight line will cross that curve.

However, unless if it is something like a big company like GE or an index such as Nasdaq or S&P 500, or inflation of prices in the world, nothing can really keep on growing forever exponentially, and so the straight line sooner or later flattens as well.

But I would like to know, what is the implication of it not being a straight line, and is there something we should know about Bitcoin, or any of its properties, and about a graph that has such a shape?