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Bitcoin lets you escape the matrix…
Cryptos have great utility in many areas besides use as money. Right now only about 25 million out of the 7 billion people in the world currently use them. They’re going to get much bigger in the developed world, but even bigger in the Third World.
We’ve seen a cycle of parabolic gains and then 80% crashes numerous times in crypto’s short history. What does this volatility mean for speculators?
At some point it’s gonna be curtains for all these worthless little pieces of paper governments around the world have forced people to use as money.
In a world dominated by constantly depreciating government fiat currencies, gold-backed digital currencies are a convenient way for ordinary people to protect their wealth.
Bitcoin flourishes in times of dire uncertainty. Indeed, it was forged in the crucible of the 2008 financial crisis.
The Art of Disruption – The Augmented Reality Oil Paintings of Trevor Jones. Cryptocurrency and Beyond.
Cryptos are in a secular bull market that will last at least another ten to twenty years. Even now we are still at the very beginning. You don’t depend on anyone else for the safekeeping of your funds. You are the bank.
It’s a very good thing that coins in the crypto world must sink or swim based on their own merits, that there is no “lender of last resort” on standby to bail them out if they misbehave.
At first blush, Wall Street Journal technology writer Andy Kessler makes a compelling case for why bitcoin’s 2017 meteoric 1,368% rise was not “real.” In an article published on Sunday, July 1, Kessler cites a University of Texas study that argues manipulation was behind half of bitcoin’s 2017 move upwards. The study pins the blame […]
At some point, every heavily indebted government uses it. It’s inevitable. And no entity on the planet is more indebted than the US government…
I think it’s an overreaction to assume that all governments want to destroy the crypto asset market…”
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