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When the next global financial crisis occurs, and the world realizes organizations with $20 trillion in debt can't possibly ever pay it back, and thus must print it instead, and thus fiat is doomed... watch what happens to crypto.

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Encryption, Blockchain, Crypto Currencies and Decentralization. The four corners of your future freedoms. Rescue is on the way! You’ll love it

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All the good work being done in crypto right now is laying the groundwork for the future. Be patient. Bear markets get rid of the tourists, so the innovators can focus.

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Being a crypto twitter person you got to experience the cycle of being a one-hit wonder musician. For 4 months I was the most popular person online ever. 100s of emails per day. Now I'm lucky to even get an ETH scam bot replying to me. Gonna die alone, me & my money.

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If you replace "blockchain" with "database" and it sounds stupid, it probably is.

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Slowly, over time, all shady businesses and untrustworthy exchanges, platforms, and projects in crypto will be eliminated and replaced by better alternatives. Right now, there are still too many opaque and dishonest businesses in this industry, but they're being overtaken fast.

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You better watch out. You better not cry. Better not pout. I'm telling you why. Institutional investors are coming to town.

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10 years ago a bunch of nerds came together and memed a global currency into existence

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It would be impossible for every Fidelity brokerage customer to own even one Bitcoin. This is why Bitcoins are worth thousands of dollars, while a dollar is only worth one dollar (and only until next year when when it's worth 97 cents). Save wisely.

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It looks like for the first time in history the volatility of bitcoin dipped below that of the stock market.

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Turns out the real money in crypto in 2018 is in putting on blockchain conferences.

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Commentators often seem surprised when companies make moves, invest, or launch products during crypto bear markets. They then act confused when bull markets return. "Where did this come from?" they ask. Perhaps this is why they are commentators, rather than business people.

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The collective desire for cryptocurrency is driven by a longing for fiction to come into reality. By commodifying belief into scarce, fungible, units, the cryptocurrency harnesses this desire and works to amplify positive feedback loops between belief, value, and becoming.

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Mass adoption of Bitcoin is inevitable

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Computer engineers now make up 25% of Goldman Sachs' workforce. One of every five deposits at Bank of America come from a cell phone, and big-bank backed Zelle processed $75B in peer-to-peer transactions in their first year. Banks are already tech companies. Blockchain next.

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"It will be like playing musical chairs, when the first central bank, let's say Switzerland, longs Bitcoin, the music stops and every bank tries to grab one of the few million chairs, Don't be caught without Bitcoin when the music stops." Travis Kling

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REMINDER: A single bank location at one bank laundered more money than the entire market cap of cryptocurrencies.

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I hate implying I'm an expert in anything but I'll share some thoughts. The lack of a fundamental supply reaction makes crypto easier to manipulate. If crude oil is manipulated higher, drilling increases to drive price back down partially.

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