“On a go-forward basis, Bitcoin probably consolidates somewhere between $7,000 and $10,000. If I’m wrong on that, I think I’m wrong to the upside, that there’s enough excitement and momentum that it could carry through.” Michael Novogratz, Founder and CEO, Galaxy Digital
Utter rubbish. It has skyrocketed for one reason only, and that is market manipulation by Bitfinex/Binance/Tether to recoup the $850m lost by Bitfinex and evade the NYAG's injunction. https://t.co/bHTgAWNx0O
— (((Frances Coppola))) (@Frances_Coppola) May 31, 2019
“Bitcoin investment is certainly speculative and risky.” Bart Smith, Head of Digital Assets, Susquehanna
The point of BTC sailing over the heads of those on the Bloomberg Crypto desk. No one spends gold either you numbskulls. https://t.co/SqUQqcXE7Z
— Jon Walsh (@walshjonwalsh) May 31, 2019
“We are talking about currency here, and there isn’t much stuff in this world that money doesn’t intersect in one way or another. Even the very nature of governance is changing with the advent of cryptocurrencies.
Real estate, retirement, insurance, health care, company funding, employment, banking, diplomacy, war, you name it – it’s all being re-evaluated. Nothing will remain the same. We’re truly experiencing something that has never existed in the world before, something that effects every human on the planet.” Brenna Sparks
“Government agencies within the United States are exploring blockchain technology in multiple ways. More can be done, however, to coordinate support for this technology in the US. Laws dating back decades are proving difficult to apply to emerging technologies, and a lack of regulatory clarity may be dampening investment.” A group of US congressmen’s letter to Lawrence Kudlow, Director of the National Economic Council
Traders view the crypto trading market as the gauge of a coin's value. This is a fallacy. True value comes from the market of goods and services exchanged through crypto. The influence of this market will soon outweigh the market on which we now depend. Change is coming
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) May 29, 2019
The best time to buy Bitcoin was 10 years ago. The second best time is now!
— Crypto Sara (@AltcoinSara) May 28, 2019
“Bitcoin has not reached a peak yet. You’re starting to see that cryptocurrencies have real use cases around the world, and it’s making people really excited now because they can see the light at the end of the tunnel for these use cases.” BitPay Chief Commercial Officer Sonny Singh
unfortunately I got the feeling that the next crypto bull market will face 10x the amount of scammers as last time. Devs: be careful who you consult for; Marketers: check the company you're about to promote; People: do your own research!! Scammers: get lost already.
— H.E. Dan Dabek ? (@dandabek) May 29, 2019
“$20,000 is a conservative prediction for Bitcoin price in 2019. The rally won’t stop here, because more institutional investors are coming into the market and the 2020 halving effect will start to take place. We are thrilled to witness such bullish trends and I look forward to the new high that Bitcoin deserves. Bitcoin is not just a coin, but a spirit that bolsters the crypto industry.” Andy Cheung, Head of Operations of OKEx
I request the media & look up to them for help in our campaign for crypto in India. India is the only large democracy where blockchain innovation has been stifled because of bank restriction.
Tag all media outlets to the first tweet in this thread. Spread the word.
— Nischal (WazirX) ⚡️ (@NischalShetty) May 27, 2019
I don’t think any crypto can compete with Bitcoin. I do think that public blockchains can help break the power of the new internet monopolies via peaceful, market-based, and above all effective means. https://t.co/lG2Tg2hxKO
— Balaji S. Srinivasan (@balajis) May 27, 2019