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Bitcoin isn’t about getting your money out of your country. It’s about getting your country out of your money.

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In blockchain, great minds in discuss technologies; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.

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People coming up with narratives for cryptocurrency price movements are usually just embarrassing

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If you think Bitcoin will be as big as gold you probably thought Amazon will be as big as Barnes & Noble.

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You need to be constantly upgrading your game. Crypto demands constant improvement.

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The entire space is in desperate need of someone repeatedly shouting "No, of course putting fucking bees on the blockchain is not a good idea. What do you mean people have invested 1 million dollars into this thing!? JFC"

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After just five years, the Crypto Financial System offers fundraising, trading, lending, derivatives, payments, contracts & insurance. Its solutions are trustless, global, extensible, and 24/7. This is the power of being able to program money without permission.

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"Blockchain is no longer a career decision, it’s a life decision. I am gonna spend my life in this space." - a job candidate (one that we will hire)

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I wonder how long you have to be in crypto before your heart stops skipping a beat every time you hit "send transaction". I've been at it for five years and still have palpitations every time

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Do you rent an apartment? Would you sign a rental contract that allows your landlord to arbitrarily “upgrade” the contract to insert any changes they’d like? If not, why are you OK with trusting smart contracts that have an “upgradeability clause”?

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Bitcoin doesn't need institutional investors. Institutional investors need Bitcoin.

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Bitcoin will usher an era of unprecedented peace and prosperity.

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I wish I bought bitcoin at $6,000... Well here's the chance but you no longer want to buy because you truly did not mean to say that when bitcoin was $19,000. What you meant to say was, I wish I can have more money without having to do anything and without risks.

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Most coins wouldn’t exist if Bitcoin and Ethereum had incentives for future development built into the core protocol.

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There are likely at least 10,000 blockchain millionaires ("only" $10B of the $300B market cap). These are people who placed early, large, contrarian bets against the system. Today they are funding technology, but tomorrow they will be funding philosophy.

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Interesting to see the fintech industry chugging along on fiat/bank rails. I wonder if any of them realize those rails are terminal. Tomorrow's financial order will be built on blockchains, digital assets, and open networks.

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Thanks to crypto, the kinds of people who hung out on bitcointalk in 2012 are going to be allocating a *lot* of capital in coming decades. One of biggest spillover benefits of the space may be all the weird stuff they choose to back next.

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Treating "medium of exchange," "store of value," and "unit of account" as truly distinct properties has caused a lot of muddied thinking. They are deeply inter-related concepts, and one hardly makes sense without the others. That's why we describe money as all three.

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