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Tyler Winklevoss: Bitcoin Will "Be Your Only Refuge" in the Future

Tyler Winklevoss: Bitcoin Will “Be Your Only Refuge" in the Future
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Cameron Winklevoss: Bitcoin (BTC) Has Been Hiding in Plain Sight (current BTC/USD price is $9,254.05)

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SEC rejects ProShares and Direxion Bitcoin ETFs

SEC Announcements: (ProShares) (Direxion)
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rejected two Bitcoin ETF proposals on Wednesday – the ProShares and Direxion Bitcoin ETFs – earlier than their respective deadlines. This comes shortly after the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF denial, which occurred less than a month ago on July 26th.
The SEC’s highly anticipated ruling on ProShares ETF was expected to be finalized Thursday, on the deadline of the decision, but was instead rejected Wednesday along with the Direxion Bitcoin Bear and Bull Shares. According to MarketWatch, the Direxion ETFs were expected to be decided on later this year, on September 21st, but the SEC appears to have decided the same outcome for both Bitcoin investment vehicles. The SEC’s announcement states that the ETFs were not accepted due to concerns about manipulation, lack of regulation and fraud that may surround the ETFs and cryptocurrency markets in general.
Despite the recent trend of ETF rejections, the fight for approval is not over yet – other ETF proposals including the VanEck-SolidX Bitcoin ETF still have a chance at acceptance. The VanEck ETF’s ruling deadline is September 30th.
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Key near term events that can effect crypto...

Many events in the crypto world seem obvious in hindsight. Case in point the BTC rally influenced by new currency regulations introduced on January the 1st in China and the raising of interest rates by the FED in December. So let's create a list of upcoming events and try to speculate on the possible effects on crypto trading. Here goes, '+' is beneficial to crypto, '-' pejorative:
JANUARY SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT ON BREXIT + potential boost proportionally to political turmoil
JANUARY 20th TRUMP INAUGURATION + political turmoil, international unrest - hypercapitalism, business as usual, etc. at least short/mid term JANUARY 28th CHINESE NEW YEAR + possible crypto financial activity in line with new year psychological effect
JANUARY-MARCH LAUNCH OF METROPOLIS + obviously positive - even more so if they also include the DAPP marketplace feature LAUNCH OF ICONOMI.Index + positive, however it’s possible this is already (partially) factored into the ICN price + potential to introduce large, non-technical audience to Ethereum LAUNCH OF DIGIX 2.0 + positive, however it’s possible this is already (partially) factored into the price GNOSIS CROWDSALE (ICO) + one of the more interesting and solid Dapps, possible opportunity FINAL DECISION REGARDING THE RULE CHANGE NEEDED FOR WINKLEVOSS BITCOIN ETF + financial product for the non-crypto investor pool, would be a big win for BTC - if rejected will take a long time to get back on the regulatory table
FEBRUARY 17-18 ETHEREUM EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE (EDCON) PARIS + News of key developments in Ethereum and Dapps APRIL 23 FRENCH GENERAL ELECTION + this might lead to further crisis in the EU if the far-right wins
APRIL PLANNED LAUNCH OF BRASS GOLEM + Boost to GNT token values if on schedule and works well + Possibly an introduction of GNT token on exchanges if this doesn't happen earlier SOMETIME IN 2017 FED INTEREST RATE HIKE (POTENTIALLY 3-4 HIKES) + potentially a replay of what is happening now (capital flight from China and emerging markets to crypto POTENTIAL BAN OR LIMITS ON CRYPTO (ex. China) CRYPTO REGULATION (ex. SEC) - bad **LAUNCH OF AUGUR (REP) + probably creating an immense amount of media attention
END OF 2017/BEGINNING OF 2018 LAUNCH/DELAY OF CASPER + DIFFICULTY BOMB + huge boost to ETH value if successful (accumulate 1500ETH to be able to stake) - a delay, uncertainty and especially a failure will have huge negative impact (hard fork to diffuse/delay bomb)
Please feel free to add events in the comments. Looking forward to your opinions.
EDIT: corrections and suggestions from comments
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SEC to review Winky ETF decision
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Official SEC/Bats docs/feeds/lists

These are probably dotted around Bitcoin, but I just thought it might be handy to have them all in one place.
Bats BZX Rule Filings
News Feeds
SEC BatsBZX Rulemaking
SEC docs, FYI
Don't forget to set a STOPtriggered at STOP, then executed at market price or LIMITtriggered and executed at LIMIT price if you are on an exchange. If you are on Coinbase, it is trivial to migrate to GDAX to accomplish this. Then sit back! Or be geeky if you have the time and create a bot using a combination of exchange API's and RSS feeds...
BTW, have you ever visited COIN's website? Not that it particularly matters, but it's pretty useless... I would have made it the centerpiece of the action... anyway...
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Commissioner Hester Peirce Disagrees With SEC Rejection of Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF

There has been lot of FUD created about Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF rejection based off old news. We should #FIGHTHEFUDwith positive news about Commissioner Peirce disagreeing with the SEC decision. Full story on crypto site Humble oracle :
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The future of money is currently being built with Bitcoin and crypto

Prominent Bitcoin investor and Gemini Exchange co-founder Cameron Winklevoss says that the future of money is currently being built with Bitcoin and crypto and that it’s ‘crazy’ to be sitting on the sidelines.
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Gemini CEO Tyler Winklevoss: ‘Bitcoin Is Gold 2.0’

Gemini CEO Tyler Winklevoss: ‘Bitcoin Is Gold 2.0’
Gemini CEO Tyler Winklevoss: ‘Bitcoin Is Gold 2.0’
On Thursday (May 16), Tyler Winklevoss, Co-Founder and CEO of digital asset exchange Gemini, called Bitcoin (BTC) "gold 2.0", and went on to suggest that Bitcoin's market cap had a lot more room to grow based since Bitcoin, or digital gold, is better than physical gold and gold's market cap is around $7 trillion while Bitcoin's market cap is only around $140 billion.
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As a Bitcoin startup that endured all the ridicule since 2014, it feels absolutely fantastic to still be here today, growing and thriving.

I was looking for something in my old Reddit posts when I came across some posts from 2014 when we were just a 7-month old Bitcoin startup, and had a good laugh at some of the comments, mostly from Buttcoiners, which ranged from honest questions like how will you make money? to straight up accusations of being scammers in a ponzi scheme just waiting to pounce on our customers once we grow big enough. Things like:
"Once the margins evaporate, they will take all the money and run just like every other exchange."
I totally understood all the skepticism back then, since this was when Mt. Gox was a fresh memory and Bitcoin just crashed from $1200 to $300. People dismissed Bitcoin as dead, as they have done over a hundred times as of today. Hell, even my own family did not believe me, and my own mother thought I could go to jail for what I was doing!
So we built our business model from scratch, had no real experience with startups (my co-founders and I had success in traditional businesses, but that was it), was bootstrapping for more than a year, and was working in an industry seemingly on the brink of collapse. The uncertainty was palpable at that time (2014-2015) with Bitcoin going below $200 at its lowest point, and the doubt was trying its best to creep into our minds.
But we stuck with it and didn't listen to those who said we were crazy.
It makes this recent rally back to new all-time highs a whole lot sweeter, as well as seeing all the amazingly positive developments in the industry as a whole. What a great time to be a bitcoin startup.
So here are some of the things that have happened to us since then:
A year ago, I posted an update on our progress here. It's a pretty long post but it shows some details on what we had done at that point in our growth and development. We've had some solid growth since then, with the Philippine Central Bank publishing numbers on the industry that I would say is on the low end of what we are actually doing today in the terms of transaction volumes.
“Volume is growing. We conducted a survey last year among just the top two players. The volume grew $5 to $6 million a month compared to $2 to $3 million the previous year. It doubled. There was an acceleration. Based on that, we decided to put this on a formal regulatory framework."
We closed our seed round with a major investment from Kakao, a $10 Billion company that basically owns the South Korean mobile chat app market with over 100 million regular users. South Korea is now a hotspot in the region for Bitcoin-remittance startups, with several players getting in on the action. We are leading the pack in this race.
Our business model has spawned several other competitors, which we believe is a really healthy indication that the industry is thriving.
Last week, the Philippine Central Bank released Circular No.944, a piece of regulation on how to do business as a "Virtual Currency exchange". This one is extra special for us, since I and my co-founders personally presented ourselves to the Central Bank and worked closely with them for the last two years in developing the framework for these regulations.
When I say work closely, it means that we were meeting with them regularly, answering all their questions about the local and global Bitcoin industry, presented our business model and used ourselves as the guinea pigs to show them that Bitcoin is a viable technology and business. Imagine the joy we felt when we read these words written right in the guidelines they published:
Section 4512N Guidelines for Virtual Currency Exchanges; Statement of Policy. "...Thus, the Bangko Sentral recognizes that Virtual Currency (VC) systems have the potential to revolutionize delivery of financial services, particularly for payments and remittance, in view of their ability to provide faster and more economical transfer of funds, both domestic and international, and may further support financial inclusion."
So here we are, at the start of 2017, with Bitcoin hitting new all-time highs and holding, the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF looming on the horizon, Chinese BTC exchanges having less influence on the price, and our industry in this little corner of the world given a green light to pursue our bigger targets.
If you’re new to Bitcoin, I hope you read this and realize that even though the price of Bitcoin acts like a crazy rollercoaster, the work being done by countless developers, entrepreneurs, and professionals on the technology and its applications is for real.
As much as the price of Bitcoin is exciting, it is really the least interesting thing about it once you understand the true potential of the technology.
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winklevoss etf

I am wondering how I should go about purchase the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF (NASDAQ: COIN) should it be approved by the SEC (SEC response deadline 11th March). Obviously, this is probably a stretch as many analysis are giving the SEC approval a 25% chance1. But should it be approved on March 11th, would I be able to start trading it immediately on Monday the 13th under the NASDAQ symbol COIN that has been presented in the SEC fillings2?
Anyone with Robinhood accounts, since the brokerage allows the purchase ETF’s within US markets, would a gold account allow for the purchase of the ETF before markets open(Pre-market)3?
How would you as an individual go about making this potential purchase?
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Comments due to SEC by February 13 for EtherIndex Ether Trust

SR-NYSEArca-2016-176 34-79792 Jan. 13, 2017 Notice of Filing of Proposed Rule Change Relating to the Listing and Trading of Shares of the EtherIndex Ether Trust under NYSE Arca Equities Rule 8.201 Comments due: February 13, 2017
Submit Comments on SR-NYSEArca-2016-176. Scroll done to SR-NYSEArca-2016-176 and click on the comment link.
The prosposed rule change pdf includes this sentence
The Shares will provide shareholders with exposure to the daily change in the U.S. dollar price of ether, before expenses and liabilities of the Trust, as measured by the GDAX Price and not the price of ether classic.
Original & latest submissions
PS. The SEC will also decide whether to approve the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust on March 11. Published comments for this BTC Trust. Not sure how to trade this event as there is also the trapped whale on OKCoin futures holding ฿52K worth of contracts and the Core(SegWit)/Bitcoin Unlimited battle that could eventually result in a bitcoin hard fork.
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The Winklevoss Twins file to sell 20.1 million shares of the bitcoin ETF.
I know the mods here hate bitcoin, and desperately hate the implications of bitcoin succeeding but this is about to open the doors to billions of tech speculation money... And every bitcoin in existence is only worth $4 billion right now. Snapchat, a vapid program that teens use to send selfies to each other in America was valued at 10 billion.
I humbly submit that this is the dawn of a new bitcoin bubble, which will absolutely destroy the old high price. The nature of the currency is like a giant sponge that will eat every other store of value out there, despite whatever technical problems that may come.
The financial Ark to escape the dollar's inflation is going to be institutionally available next year and you're telling me that a slow trickle of money into it won't turn into a steady stream?
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SHOWERTHOUGHT/IDEA: The Winklevoss twins(or a combination of Bitcoin elite) should have a competition/give .25BTC to 100,000 people who have never had or used crytocurrency to promote adoption. Your thoughts? (Full idea in text box)

They should randomly select or hold some type of contest/vetting to select 100,000 people who have never used or own crypto and give them .25BTC each.
The catch?
Obviously the details could be altered but something along these lines would be great.
I can only imagine the hype and media coverage during the choosing of the 100,000 people. Think "Willy Wonka golden ticket" hype! Then what all that hype could do to not only the price of Bitcoin and crypto but adaptation as a whole.
I think the gain would far outweigh the intial "cost" to the Winklevoss's/Bitcoin elite partnership.
Your thoughts/ideas???????????????????? :)
u/vinyl_steelworks (winklevoss twins reddit account)
I don't twitter(someone?)... ....
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Which crypto do you think will "moon" next?

I've never been into bitcoin or any other crypto in the past.
I've heard about it for years, how some people had bitcoins many years ago and suddenly found themselves rich, but I thought that ship had already sailed and I was late to the party.
Then mid-February, I heard about the Winklevoss bitcoin ETF. Billions if not trillions of Wall Street money was supposed to pour into bitcoin if it was approved, and bitcoin's market cap skyrocketing was supposed to boost it from 900 to 2500-3000, even supposedly up to 10,000.
Some backstory: I have a windfall. But it is only 10 years of annual expenses worth, not enough to retire on.
But I thought this was a golden opportunity. I threw in around a hundred thousand dollars into bitcoin, hoping that the ETF would get approved and it would push me into financial independence (FIRE status with 4% SWR), and I could retire.
During that time, I also read about Ethereum. It sounded promising... "programmable bitcoin", and Microsoft and some other big names were forming an alliance based on it. I thought it definitely had potential.
But I saw the price ($13) and looked at the charts, it seemed to have been at that price point for quite a long time, seems there was no need to rush. I'll join that party AFTER the ETF decision comes out. It couldn't change a lot within a week or two, right?
And March 11 came around, and the ETF was rejected. Annoying, but I was surprised how bitcoin's price didn't tank straight down to 800 like some were predicting. It actually kept rising. And I was being indoctrinated to the "HODL" mentality of /bitcoin, so I HODL'd.
Then I remembered about ETH, a few days later. Why not check on it, how is the price doing?
And... WTF! It had ballooned to 28. I could have more than DOUBLED my money D:
But I thought, this is TOO FAST, this has got to be a bubble... it's gotta pop soon, and waited.
And it rose straight to 45! More that TRIPLED! If I had invested in ETH instead a few weeks ago, I'd be RETIRED now! It seriously hurts.
And I jumped in ETH at 45... and now it's barely moving, looks like it's even dipping....
So now I'm looking at other crypto, what do you think has the potential to moon like ETH did recently?
Monero? Dash?
I was even looking at Golem... it seemed really cheap, but then 820 million in circulation? o_O And apparently, anyone can create these "Ethereum-based tokens"?
Learning a lot of cryptocoins is hard, I can only take in so much information... so I'd like to know, what coins do you think have REAL potential?
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Bitcoin ETF: an affordable banker's tool to suppress the price of bitcoin.

So the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF decision will be be re-examined by SEC But wouldn't the ETF be an affordable banker's tool to suppress the price of bitcoin just like it has happened for years with gold and silver?
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ETF developments - new news

People haven't been talking about ETFs much lately, but stuff is still happening that may end up being big.
The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust "COIN" ETF was denied, of course, but they did appeal back in March.
Since then, however, something big happened: LedgerX got approval from the CFTC to start selling Bitcoin options. They're not alone either, because CBOE is partnering with Gemini to offer Bitcoin futures as well. Based on these US-regulated offerings, in the past few weeks there have been two new ETF filings.
2 weeks ago: VanEck Vectors Bitcoin Strategy ETF
last week: REX Bitcoin Strategy ETF and REX Short Bitcoin Strategy ETF
These new ETFs are substantially different than the COIN ETF because they will hold options and futures instead of directly holding Bitcoin, but they still represent a way for retail investors to gain exposure to the Bitcoin price right in their existing brokerage or retirement accounts. Also, unlike GBTC, demand for these ETFs can actually affect the real Bitcoin price!
The SEC has undoubtedly seen the demand for Bitcoin investments after they suspended trading in some shares that rose 7000% just because they had "Bitcoin" in their name. Will they approve this new style of Bitcoin ETF?
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What Will Be Bitcoin's Next Big Price Event?

For the price of bitcoin, the summer was anything but smooth.
Markets boomed on news of 'the Brexit', tapered off through the long-awaited halving and tumbled on the news yet another exchange had been hacked. Since then, the price has fluctuated between $550 and $600, returning to the "relative" calm observed earlier in the year.
But given bitcoin's historical volatility, analysts are already beginning to question what may trigger bitcoin's next big price swing.
As we head into the fall and winter months, a diverse set of theories are beginning to emerge about conditions that could either boost the price, or see it return to its 2015 lows.
Institutional approval
Among the potential triggers cited by analysts, the emergence of a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF), an investment vehicle that generally tracks a basket of stocks or commodities, was perhaps the most often discussed.
Many market observers have been watching the status of two proposed ETFs with great interest, but for a while, there wasn't any reason to hope for developments. However, excitement for a potential market first has grown in recent weeks following the July announcement of the SolidX Bitcoin Trust and amid new filings by the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust.
The approval of either could represent a milestone for the bitcoin community, analysts say, as the ETFs would enable authorized participants to issues shares tied to real bitcoin holdings, which could be a catalyst for new liquidity.
Daniel Masters, director of Global Advisors Bitcoin Investment Fund (GABI), noted recently that many commodities have enjoyed sharp increases in price and more robust trading activity once ETFs based on the underlying assets hit the market.
He wrote in an August blog post:
"From the early 2000s onward, there was a proliferation of ETFs covering all manner of commodity interests. In each and every case – for gold, silver, oil, natural gas, platinum, copper and even indices – the advent of the ETFs led to higher prices, more trading volume of futures and cash exchanges and higher levels of commodity futures open interest."
Should either ETF receive approval, bitcoin could enjoy a notable increase in liquidity. It was this variable that Du Jun, co-founder of Chinese exchange Huobi, singled out as potentially driving the digital currency's price higher.
"Bitcoin's liquidity depends on the future of bitcoin's value and investors' expectation to a large extent," Du said.
Technical improvements
Yet another potential boost for the bitcoin price could come in the form of a long-awaited resolution to the "scaling" debate.
Currently, blocks of transactions on the bitcoin blockchain have a storage size of just 1MB. As this puts a limitation on the number of transactions the network can process (and therefore, some argue, adoption), there has been a sometimes messy and contentious drive in the community to change it.
But due to the tricky specifics of how a change to this hard-coded limit would need to be enacted, no consensus has yet been reached. Still, that doesn't mean solutions aren't on the way, the most notable of which is Segregated Witness (SegWit), an upgrade that recently saw a preliminary code release.
While promising for the network, though, analysts seemed less enthusiastic about SegWit’s potential impact on bitcoin prices.
Cryptocurrency investment fund manager Jacob Eliosoff, for example, said investors have likely already priced in the coming change as it was announced in December and originally expected to be deployed in April.
"SegWit's release seems too gradual and widely expected (not to say overdue) to really bump the price," Eliosoff said.
Tim Enneking, chairman of investment manager EAM, struck a similar tone, adding:
"I don’t think SegWit will have anything more than an incremental and marginal impact on BTC prices, at least in the short term."
Post-Halving pressures
In one of the more unique claims, investor and entrepreneur Vinny Lingham singled out the halving of rewards on the bitcoin network as a potential influence.
The prediction may be surprising given that a planned technical change the reduced the mining reward from 25 BTC to 12.5 BTC took place earlier this summer, largely without fanfare.
But while bitcoin prices experienced little change this July, Lingham asserts its true impact has not yet been felt. In the next two-to-four weeks, forces resulting from the shift could cause the digital currency to surge, he said.
As detailed in a recent post, miners who aren't turning enough profit, he contends, may soon be forced to buy bitcoin from exchanges, an event he said was likely to trigger a "short squeeze", or a sharp increase in the price based on the lack of available supply.
He wrote in May:
"It’s the same as selling crops in the futures market and then being hit by a storm that wipes out half of your fields. The only way, technically, that this doesn’t happen, is if the price doubles on halving day (it won’t)."
Financial (in)stability
Finally, some predicted bitcoin's next major price event would be dependent on the stability of the global financial system.
Traders have repeatedly flocked to the digital currency in times of crisis, leading many market observers to label it a risk-off asset or even a "digital gold" that appeals during times of economic stress.
In the past, bitcoin has benefitted from situations such as the 'Brexit', as well as during periods of economic volatility in Greece and Cyprus.
It remains debatable how much of these increases is based on real capital flight, but there is still widespread belief that such events could come to be a powerful influencer going forward.
Huobi's Du spoke to this matter, telling CoinDesk that when the global financial system experiences volatility, investors will "look for more safe-haven investments" like bitcoin.
Another variable remains government responses to the digital currency. If major countries accept bitcoin, analysts said, it will affect both the currency's trading activity and value.
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What do you think about the article. Please leave the comments below.
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Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF (NASDAQ: COIN) IPO

I am wondering how I should go about purchase the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF (NASDAQ: COIN) should it be approved by the SEC (SEC response deadline 11th March). Obviously, this is probably a stretch as many analysists are giving the SEC approval a 25% chance1. But should it be approved on March 11th, would I be able to start trading it immediately on Monday the 13th under the NASDAQ symbol COIN that has been presented in the SEC fillings2?
Anyone with Robinhood accounts, since the brokerage allows the purchase ETF’s within US markets, would a gold account allow for the purchase of the ETF before markets open(Pre-market)3?
How would you as an individual go about making this potential purchase?
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Weekly Crypto News Recap for the Week ending July 27

Developments in Financial Services


General News

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Weekly Crypto Recap for the week ending July 27

Developments in Financial Services


General News

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Winklevoss twins have filed paperwork to register a Bitcoin ETF....
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Bitcoin Will One Day Be Worth 40 Times Price It Is Now ... The Winklevoss Twins Eat, Sleep, and Breathe Bitcoin - YouTube Bitcoin Is Like Gold 2.0, Says Tyler Winklevoss The Winklevoss twins talk Bitcoin futures and fears Bitcoin entrepreneurs Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss. - YouTube

Bitcoin billionaire Cameron Winklevoss had continued educating his followers and the crypto world regarding Bitcoin as a safe-haven asset. In a discussion addressing “systematic disenfranchisement”, racial biases, crypto assets, and more, the Gemini co-founder said: “It’s easier to buy #Bitcoin and Ether if you are already in the old system. If you don’t have a bank account, it’s ... April teilte Cameron Winkelvoss seine Vision bezüglich COVID19 und der ältesten Kryptowährung. „Diese Pandemie wird ein Wendepunkt für Bitcoin und das Metavere sein“, schrieb Cameron Winkelvoss. This pandemic will be an inflection point for Bitcoin and the Metaverse. — Cameron Winklevoss (@winklevoss) April 12, 2020 Tyler Winklevoss: Bitcoin is the Only Vaccine for Money Printing Disease. The novel Coronavirus pandemic has been adversely affecting the global economy and this has pushed policymakers across the globe to seek ways to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Several countries have imposed a nationwide lockdown in order to curtail the spread of the virus and this has inevitably brought about an ... Winklevoss did an analysis and compared gold, oil, and the US dollar with Bitcoin. Currently, gold’s market capitalization is estimated to be valued at approximately $9 trillion, while Bitcoin (BTC) ’s value is currently sitting at around $ 200 billion in market capitali zation. According to Winklevoss’ predictions, Bitcoin’s value will keep climbing steadily, a s it is the only asset ... Central banks around the world are printing money to try to prop up the global economy. But for bitcoin, the world's most popular digital currency, the opposite is happening.

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