“People who are watching the daily price of Bitcoin are really missing the whole point…The whole idea of Bitcoin is it’s a store of value. It’s a chaos hedge, or schmuck insurance, as I like to call it.” Morgan Creek Capital CEO Mark Yusko
My tuppence on current BTC price moves: 1) we are in a bull market with corrections along the way. 2) Market is still small and open to price manipulation. 3) When scams close they sell their holdings en masse and fast – price goes down. 4) I'll review these thoughts next month.
— Jon Walsh (@walshjonwalsh) August 15, 2019
If you invested $1000 5 years ago:
– Facebook $2,230 (132%)
– Amazon $5,515 (451%)
– Netflix $5,961 (496%)
– Bitcoin $21,275 (2027%)
Don’t ever forget that Bitcoin is the best performing asset of the last decade!
— Crypto Sara (@AltcoinSara) August 18, 2019
“This (becoming the first country ever to legalise salary payments in cryptocurrency) is a very positive step for New Zealand – the government is already taking a progressive approach towards digital government services. They are also applying similarly pragmatic steps to integrating crypto into the wider tax and payments systems.
These kinds of assurances as businesses and employees are precisely what the industry has been asking of other jurisdictions for years now. My hope is that this ruling will prompt the remaining D9 to follow a similar approach shortly. In the fight to attract the best talent to a country, New Zealand is already punching well above its weight and this is yet another ribbon to add to that bow.” Dave Hodgson, Director and Co-Founder, NEM Ventures
What is more surprising: that Goldman Sachs has a bullish target on $BTC, that they have any target at all, or that they use Elliott Wave Theory?
I'm personally most surprised they cant be bothered to use a chart that includes weekend price action. pic.twitter.com/ocpq7hr0qv
— Su Zhu ? (@zhusu) August 12, 2019
“It will be interesting to see how China getting ready to launch its own cryptocurrency will shake up the market. It’s great to see a positive governmental move towards crypto, given other major economies such as the US and India are taking steps to stifle cryptocurrency adoption. It’s clear that China understands the opportunity cost of missing out on crypto growth. Digital currencies are coming into the mainframe and international competition is heating up. Economies risk being disadvantaged if they are left behind.
This new currency could even rival Facebook’s notorious proposed cryptocurrency, Libra. This is largely because Facebook is not permitted in China, giving the government a potential monopoly over the market. Looking ahead, China is well positioned to get ahead of the game and take up a leading position in one of the key asset classes of the future. Although a certain level of regulatory scrutiny is wise, other countries should consider taking China’s lead.
Whether regulators like it or not, the adoption of digital currencies will continue. Just last week, Bitcoin shot to new heights and was even treated as a safe haven asset during sell offs over recession fears. It’s a positive sign of things to come.” Don Guo, CEO, Broctagon FinTech Group
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) August 9, 2019