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Bitcoin falls to $43K from $58K. Back to $46.5K. Is the dip done?
|Kurt Grela||Mar 1|
My opinion of bitcoin. Bullish! A lot more upside. What about the Paul Singer's that want to say "I told you so?" 5 times bitcoin correct 70% or more. 5 times Singer gloated and said it. 5 times it made a new high. Will likely happen again. My bet is not this pullback (1/x)
Let’s be clear: Ethereum will hit 5 figures this year. Closer to $20k than $10k. Screenshot this and set your memory reminder tweets.
A silent Umbrel v0.3.7 update just dropped with a bugfix 🔥 First bug report ➞ Implement bugfix ➞ Review fix ➞ Test fix ➞ Merge fix ➞ Release Umbrel v0.3.7 = 61 minutes 🏁
ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood expects more companies to add Bitcoin to their balance sheets. Wood spoke at the Bloomberg Summit trib.al/nVJCGq4
* Open a metamask wallet * Trade on a DEX (both Ethereum and BSC) * Yield farm via a LP * Buy a NFT Do all this, or a version of this, and tell me why this is not v1.0 of a new financial system. Don't know what I said? Spend the time to learn. It's eye-opening.
For the first time, there's now more anonymous nodes in the world than public ones in the United States!
If you’re feeling sick right now, you invested too much or your timeline was too short. Nothing about the medium- to long-term thesis has changed.
BTC's pattern is typical of disruption. 1980 $AAPL went public. It had a 20x gain by 1982 and Jobs was on the cover of TIME . It was indeed a transformational technology. But as the chart shows, for the 20 YEARS an investor had NO GAINS and 5 drawdowns of 68% to 82%! (2/3)
Or $AMZN By 1999 it had a 100x gain and Bezos was POY celebrating e-commerce. If you agreed, you suffered 94%(!) loss in 20 months and was still down 67% 9 YEARS later. Keep this in mind with BTC, it is never easy to bet on disruption. Only looks obvious in hindsight. (3/3)
At this moment, no BTC, but ETH and several altcoins. I own them because I think they are high beta BTC (most alt coins that make it will be high beta BTC).