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JP Morgan Revises Bitcoin Target To $130,000
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Central planning always fails because w/o free markets, there is no price system and in the absence of prices that reflect peoples preferences, it leads to malinvestment, disorder, and eventually shortages. Everytime 💯. We know how this ends, and there is hope on the other side
Bitcoin became a trillion dollar product with: - no management team - no marketing budget - no venture investors - no headquarters - no big, splashy launch It was simply a product that people wanted and there is no better growth strategy than that.
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Not a trader by any sense, but this $57k-$60k resistance in USD value feels a lot like $17k-$20k in Nov/Dec. 2020 before it exploded to $40k. Thoughts ?
I'll take and you can choose any of the top 100 shitcoins. I bet you $100k my choice outperforms yours over 5 years. Are you in?
Chris Burniske @cburniskeDo $BTC maxis still appear in public? At 58% dominance & dropping they seem awful quiet 🤫 https://t.co/lEr18bmXma
JP Morgan Revises Bitcoin Target To $130,000, Citing Decreased Volatility. “In our opinion, a potential normalization of Bitcoin volatility from here would likely help to reinvigorate the institutional interest going forward.” Written by . bitcoinmagazine.com/business/jp-mo…
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