Bitcoin going absolutely wild. Yesterday it broke 20,000 for the first time. Right now it's above 23,000. That peak in 2017 starting to look small bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
Crank the music, this crypto party is just getting started. of Quantum Economics thinks could dance anywhere between $23,800 and $1 million per coin before it gets bearish.
My mother is gonna kill me. Few months ago she wanted to buy a whole . Because I’m more of a DCA gal myself and not into large risk I wouldn’t let her. She would have doubled her money.
I am excited to announce has raised $3M! link.medium.com/ApQb7RbWicb Backed by some of the most insightful firms in the space: InfiniteCapital
"At our flows are now probably up 6x what they were last year and the types of investors that are putting capital to work are unlike any of the investors we've seen ever before. It's some of the world's largest investors," on his bullish stance.
Anyone who says bitcoin has no utility has never sent a bitcoin transaction. It’s immediately obviously useful.
is a bank in cyberspace, run by incorruptible software, offering a global, affordable, simple, & secure savings account to billions of people that don’t have the option or desire to run their own hedge fund.
My Bitcoin price target is $238,855. I arrived at this price target by googling the distance between the earth and the moon and converting it from miles to dollars.
Did you notice? Emilie Choi ( ) is now the President of . She is the reason I am at Coinbase today and I am deeply grateful for that. Her leadership is out of this world and I am incredibly excited to see what the future holds for the company.
If it wasn't obvious, this is huge news. Sure, there are other publicly-traded companies in the USA with a stake in crypto, but none remotely like Coinbase. The fact that a crypto exchange is suitable for public listing sends a massive signal of legitimacy to the finance world.
Coinbase @coinbaseWe have confidentially submitted our draft registration (Form S1) with the Securities and Exchange Commission. https://t.co/U6d0sVz0aX
Its has become very clear to me why the 1918 pandemic was followed by the roaring 20s & why people were dressing up to go just about anywhere