If you’re serious about cryptocurrencies, you NEED to read this entire post.
The information in this guide…is very rarely talked about.
But it’s becoming more important every single day…. that you understand what I’m about to share….
If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people. –Confucius
In today’s guide, we’ll discuss everything from history, economics, our monetary policy and the very system we know as “money”.
It’s all relevant to cryptos…
Cryptocurrencies are here to stay….
Not for the reasons you think.
These sound like topics that will put you to sleep right?
Trust me, I’ve condensed A LOT of information down for you and we’ll keep it fun…
Don’t feel the need to read this entire guide in one sitting….
…..bookmark it (Press CTRL/CMD+D) then use it as a reference when you need it.
One final thing I want you to understand….it’s important.
I do A LOT of research…I’m literly reading the majority of my day.
With that said…
I’m not an expert in cryptos or investing, I’m just sick of some of the BS information that is out there.
I’ve written this post to share with my friends and family.
So you are literally getting the same blunt no BS info that I would tell the people closest to me.
I’ll do my best to provide the most informative, non-bias information possible…
What is your point?
With the rise of sites like YouTube, everyone has a voice.
Yes, I believe in free speech, everyone should have their say.
Because of this…. be EXTREMELY careful of who you get your information from.
There are a lot of shady individuals in this space spreading pure nonsense….
….this will likely end up with you getting scammed or losing your hard-earned cash.
Take everything with a grain of salt (even this post) and do further research.
OK, now that we got that out of the way….
Let’s do this!
I’ve noticed very few people understand how our current financial system works.
It seriously baffles me…
We trade so much of our lives to “make money”….
Don’t understand how the system works and how it steals from you and I every single day.
To fully grasp this… we first need to know some basic economics.
“Free Market” Economics
In a normal market, people with excess capital would invest by putting it into a savings account or other forms of investment.
By keeping their excess capital in a savings account they would be paid interest on their savings….
Let’s say for example 5%.
The bank would then use your savings to borrow it out as loans, to businesses etc, at say 15%
For every $1 borrowed $1.15 would have to be paid back over the life of the loan.
This means the “price” of capital is somewhat expensive.
Which increases the chance that the capital would go towards smart investments which likely would cause innovations in various industries.
These innovations… if successful would make a profit, thus being able to pay off the loan all while bettering our lives.
2007-2008 Economic “Crisis”
In the current monetary system, however, this balance has been destroyed.
Loans are no longer given based on the surplus in savings….
Savings rates have been almost 0% for 10 years now.
So how are banks able to loan money, you ask?
They have the privilege to create “currency” out of thin air.
When we had “Great Recession” the Federal Reserve (The Fed)…lowered interest rates.
The Fed did this to try and “spark” growth by making the price of capital almost free….
…..with artificially suppressed interest rates and currency created out of thin air.
The idea was that cheap money would make companies take out loans, for R&D of new products & services, etc…
In theory this would help create more jobs….
As the companies could use this capital to hire more employees.
It didn’t work.
Sure, companies borrowed money alright and in some cases at 0% interest…
But it sure as hell didn’t go to R&D…
Instead most companies took these massive loans, then did what is called Corporate buybacks.
Here is the kicker…
10 years after the Great Recession, interest rates are still at record low numbers.
1929 Stock Market Crash & Great Depression
“The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” ― Winston Churchill
Here comes the historical part of all this…
History does repeat itself….
There were several things that caused The Great Depressions… but one of the main catalysts…
Was artificially low interest rates….
This period was called the “Roaring Twenties”…
The US Federal Reserve, was not suppose to directly make loans, unless in a crisis.
During WW1, congress forced The Fed to loan out cheap money to keep liquidity high.
After WW1 ended, The Fed kept up this practice, which was on one of the reasons interest rates were so low.
This is happening now..
What most people don’t realize…at the time the Stock Market was unregulated and not that popular among most people…
The “Common” working class prior to the 1920’s didn’t really invest in the stock market.
During WW1 though, the government pushed a bond purchase program to fund the war…
So, the working class got their first taste of increasing their wealth from investments.
After the war however, they wanted to continue to invest…
This plus cheap interest rates caused a massive stock market bubble…
Not only were new people investing into the stock market almost everyday… but they were doing it on margin.
Margin is basically a loan to buy stocks….
So if you had $10k at the time you could have $100k in margin.
After the banks began to raise rates again, people stopped using margin to buy…
This almost over night “halted” new investors from joining the market because the “cheap money” was gone.
With no new buyers and a lot of people whos margin prices are increasing = a lot of selling.
Why does this matter?
Think about the stock market and crypto market today…
It’s VERY similar.
Capital is extremely cheap, and putting money into the market is easier than ever.
You can simply do it from an app on your phone and be in the market.
Brokers such as Robin-hood are just beginning to make margin easy to access.
Not only that, but companies are using cheap money to buy their own stocks back….
All sounds pretty similar, right?
Money Vs. Currency
To be honest, I feel pretty dirty calling the US Dollar…money….
Chances are when you hold a dollar in your hand, you call it “money” the problem is…
It’s a currency, more specifically a fiat currency.
Fiat means it’s backed by no asset, simply the “full faith of the Government”.
Currency Needs To Be A Few Things:
- A Medium of exchange (I give you a dollar you give me a product or service)
- A unit of account (We know a $1 bill is “worth” $1 because it has a number on it)
- Portable (I can carry a dollar in my pocket)
- Durable (Even though it’s cotton, linen and Ink it’s somewhat durable)
- Divisible (I can trade a $10 bill for two $5 bills.)
- Fungible (A dollar in my pocket is worth the same as a dollar in your pocket)
Money, however, is all of those things plus a store of value over a long period of time.
If we take a look at the Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) which shows the purchasing power of the dollar from 1913…
You’ll notice the US Dollar (USD) is not money.
For those of you that can’t see what this chart means….
…Since the FED was created in 1913 the dollar has lost over 95% of it’s purchasing power. I guess that means it’s a pretty shitty store of value.
We are told inflation is good for us…..it’s theft.
It steals from the savers and gives to those that recklessly spend.
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Dollar Standard (Aka Petro Dollar)
You may be wondering why other countries would even accept the US Dollar as the world reserve currency if it’s backed by nothing.
The answer is, they have to.
At least for now….
After the collapse of the Bretton Woods gold standard, due to too many countries wanting to exchange their dollars for physical gold…
….something had to change.
In the early 1970’s the U.S. struck a deal with Saudi Arabia and other oil-producing countries in the middle east to standardize oil prices in dollar terms.
This is when OPEC was formed, which forced the rest of the oil consuming countries (pretty much everyone) to keep a reserve of US dollars to purchase oil.
Once OPEC was setup and in place… this happened…
On August 15, 1971, President Nixon announced:
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Why is all this important?
The U.S. Dollar use to be backed by gold and that is why the world used it as a reserve currency.
Once depegging from gold, the dollar became a completely fiat currency…backed by nothing.
Other countries HAVE to use the dollar if they need to buy oil…
It only works so long as there is no other currency backed by an actual asset.
The system is showing signs of stress cracks.
Nails in the coffin:
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The dollar wasn’t always used as the world reserve currency.
In fact, in the last century, we’ve had 4 known monetary systems.
Gold Standard (1816–1919) 1:1 ratio $20=1 Ounce of gold
Gold Exchange Standard (1919–1939)40% Reserve Ratio $50=1 ounce of gold
Bretton Woods System (1944–1973) $35 = 1 ounce – but now all other global fiat currencies were backed by dollars, which was then backed by gold.
Dollar Standard (1973-2008??)-Backed by nothing. All world currencies are now fiat, backed by nothing.
Historically every 40 years or so we have a new world monetary system.
Currently, we’re in year 45 of the Dollar Standard, but isn’t it possible that our new world monetary system has already been established?
Historically sound money was gold, silver, salt, etc.
Sound money always was a commodity that had actual usefulness.
Isn’t it possible that this time around our new monetary system is crypto-based?
If that is true, what commodity are cryptocurrencies?
I personally think cryptocurrencies are the commodity of security, but we’ll get into that later on in this guide.
Let’s dive in deeper as to why it’s very likely we have a new global Monetary System headed our way….
….if it hasn’t started already.
Every previous Monetary system has collapsed due to massive amounts of debt.
This time is no different.
According to the Independent, Global Debt Levels are $233 Trillion.
I would consider $233 Trillion on the low end, due to a lot of these countries having liabilities.
So if the entire world is in debt, how is this debt paid?
If you or I were to counterfeit currency, we’d go to jail.
When Central banks do it, it’s called Monetary Policy aka Quantitative easing (QE).
But what is QE and how does it impact us?
By creating more currency you devalue it overall, remember the CPI-U?
Think of basic supply and demand, more dollars in circulation means dollars already in the system lose purchasing power over time.
That means anyone who is holding that fiat currency as savings is actively losing their wealth.
Sure you’ll still have the same amount of dollars, but all the things that a dollar can buy will increase in price…..
But how much money has been created since 2008?
2008 – 2016 Central banks pumped $9 Trillion more Dollars, YEN, Euros, and Pounds into the economy.
The thing is, these aren’t the only places printing currency….
….both China & Russia have drastically increased their currency supplies as well…
It’s very hard to say exactly how much all these currencies have been inflated.
If our economy has recovered since 2008, why are they still pumping all this money into the system? Hint hint.
The above chart is the Federal Reserve Bank: Total Assets.
Notice something odd?
Since they started QE their assets went from $800 Billion to $4.5 Trillion.
The FED purchases assets from a bank account with a balance of zero.
Everytime they “cut a check” the currency is created on the spot.
No wonder the stock market is hitting record highs 😉
Time For A Recession
In the last 100 years the US has had 19 recessions….(Some sources even say 33).
That averages out to 1 every 5 years…
Our last recession was in 2008, which was already 10 years ago.
Simple math tells us we are WAY overdue for a recession…. or even worse….
A Depression much like in 1929.
The 2008 “Great” Recession was considered a Global Recession.
This time it’s going to be a multitude of times worse.
Piror to 2008 the world was “money printing” but not at the levels it has in the last 10 years.
That means when the next crisis hits, they wont have many ways of defending against it…
- Negative interest rates (We pay the bank interest to have THEM keep OUR currency)
- Print even more currency which will hyper inflate the world monetary system even further
- In 2008 it was a private bail out, banks were bailed out.
- This time I think it will be a public bail out, we’ll see huge tax cuts and even get previous tax returns paid back to us.
- Default on all of our debt, the Dollars value becomes zero and a new monetary system is formed from the ashes.
OK Brent, enough of this Economic shit….
I came here to learn about:
Honestly, I’m sure you “know” the story.
In 2008, 2-weeks after the Economic “Crisis”
On August 18th, 2008 the domain name Bitcoin.org was registered.
In November that year, a link to a paper authored by Satoshi Nakamoto titled Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.
So why is Bitcoin a potential replacement for our current system?
Remember Money Needs To Be A Few Things:
- A Medium of exchange (I give you a bitcoin you give me a product or service)
- A unit of account ( Bitcoin is a floating number meaning it can be broken down to any exact amount you need.)
- Portable (I can “carry” a Bitcoin on my phone, computer, USB stick, etc)
- Durable (Though it can be lost, a Bitcoin cannot be destroyed.)
- Divisible ( Unlike Dollars Bitcoin can give you the exact amount of something you need.)
- Fungible (A Bitcoin in my pocket is worth the same as a Bitcoin in your pocket)
- A Store of value ( Bitcoin is limited to 21 million in total, but the real value comes from its security)
How Do Crypto Currencies Work?
The basics of every cryptocurrency are actually pretty “simple”.
The blockchain is a disrupted ledger, the best way to think of a ledger is a simple spreadsheet of accounting.
But instead of just your personal accounting, it’s an accounting of every transaction ever made.
The ledger is then sent out to millions or even billions of computers that have their own exact copy.
This is where blockchain gets its basic value…
….The system is secure because you can’t go back and easily change a transaction because it’s decentralized.
With that said… a distributed ledger isn’t “new”…
Hell, I could of had a decentralized database in the early 1900’s…
…. by simply printing what I wanted on a news paper then have it distributed to libraries across the country.
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Remember when I mentioned that I believe cryptocurrencies true value is its security?
So far Bitcoin has never been hacked.
You heard that right, for the last 10 years Bitcoin hasn’t been hacked.
Sure, businesses that work with crypto currienceis such as exchanges are being hacked all the time…
The Bitcoin blockchain has been soild thus far…
Lets face it
It’s not like hackers haven’t been attempting ot hack it…
Think of how much value they would aquire by hacking the entire network… literally billions.
The New Asset Class
Think about the industries that will have massive growth in the future….
- Big Data (All the data you freely give to Facebook & Google)
- Cloud Computing (Apple is a good example of this with iCloud)
- Artificial Intelligence ( Self driving cars, your phone, etc)
- Internet of Things (IE Connecting everything to the internet… even your freaking toaster)
Notice a trend here?
Everything uses computers and is digital.
Don’t you think security will be a pretty important part of all this?
Think of these scenarios:
- Terrorists hack self driving car and crash them into each other
- Your robot that mows your lawn, gets hacked and goes mental
- All of your medical history, life time of photos, documents, etc get hacked on iCloud, etc
These are already real possibilities. The more things are connected to the internet, the more vulnerabilities there are.
Some of the largest thefts in recent history isn’t from robbers running into a bank and stealing from the vault…..
It’s from hackers… hacking the actual bank and draining their main accounts.
Just one example: $1 Billion Dollar Bank Heist
Point is…. Security in the future will have as much value as oil did in the 19th and 20th century.
Should I Invest?
Honestly, this is a question that only you yourself can answer.
I know I’ve condensed a lot of information into one post, so I highly suggest you do further research if it’s right for you.
Personally, I’m a huge fan of cryptos regardless if they’re used as a currency or not, they have a lot of useful applications.
This space is very Bi-Polar, though. On one end, you have people dumping their life savings into Cryptos.
On the other, you have people calling Bitcoin a Ponzi Scheme, Bubble, Fad, etc.
It really depends on YOUR finical situation.
For example, if I had student debt, mortgage payments, etc…
I personally would get those paid off first.
Also, if you are going to be retiring soon, you might want to think long and hard if Cryptos are right for you.
Crypto-currencies are considered a high-risk asset class…
So, if there is any circumstance where you need fiat to survive…
Pay for rent, food, etc….
This is likly NOT a good investment.
Bitcoin very well could be in a bubble, but in a world where money is printed and pumped into our markets….
……EVERYTHING is a bubble.
Dow Jones Industrial Average
Bitcoin On Coinbase
If anything they both look like bubbles when priced in a currency that is losing its value everyday.
How To Invest Into Crypto Currencies
First of all, if you didn’t see what I said right above… let me say it again.
Do more research before investing…
If you still decide to get into crypto currencies, there are many ways to do it.
You can simply be a long term holder of crypto curriences…
Is someone I would consider that believes in crypto currencies long term and is willing to buy now and hold for a while.
This is not for the faint of heart, as it’s easy to say you’ll hold no matter what in a bull market…
What happens if they lose 80% of their value… will you be able to stomach it?
If you do decide to be a long term investor, it would be a good idea to get a cold storage wallet.
I personally use the Ledger Nano S…
A trader is in it for shorter term gains….
The volatility of crypto currencies is a speculators dream….
High volatility means you can make a lot of fiat by trading for profits…
However, it’s a double edge sword as you easily can lose fiat as well.
There are tons of resources available to learn how to become a trader.
Traders either use fundamental research or technical analysis to try and determine future price movement.
Shameless plug.. I’m learning to become a trader myself and sharing my journey on my Youtube Channel.
Crypto currencies are “created” from mining or staking.
Mining is known as proof of work (pow) and staking is proof of stake (pos).
I’m not personally big on mining, I’ve done it in the past but it’s gotten a lot more difficult.
But this is a great explainer video:
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How do I buy Crypto Currencies?
There are a few ways to buy Bitcoin these days, depending on where you are.
The first is to use an exchange:
US Based Exchanges:
Coinbase is one of the most popular crypto currency exchanges.
It allows you to purchase Bitcoin, Etherium, Litecoin with USD and other fiat.
Coinbase is a great place to start, if you are a US citizen as they are pretty painless to setup.
They seem to be leading the space, as they were the first exchange to be approved in New York.
Currently they have a promo going that if you buy $100 worth of BTC, you get $10 worth for free.
Use my link here: https://coinbase.com/ppcmode
One more bonus about Coinbase, if you do decide to be a trader, they have their own trading exchange known as GDax.
Once you have a Coinbase account you can easily signup to GDax and avoid fees, by using limit orders.
Want to avoid fees?
RobinHood is a great app that allows you to trade both Cryptos & Stocks all from your phone with no fees.
I’ve used RobinHood for a few years now and it’s a great way to get into trading.
The disadvantage of this exchange however, is it’s limited to only a few States currently…..
Also, you cannot withdraw your Cryptos from the app for now… I’ve heard they plan to add this feature in the future…
It is a draw back if you plan on putting your cryptos in a cold storage hardware wallet.
If all you are wanting to do is day trade cryptos though, this is a great app for you.
Want a free share of stock? Join Robinhood and we’ll both get a stock like Apple, Ford, or Sprint for free.
Plan on buying coins other than BTC, ETH & LTC?
Binance is an exchange located in Hong Kong.
This exchange is a little bit different than the previous two above…
You first must purchase BTC, ETH or LTC from an exchange like Coinbase that allows you to withdraw your coins.
After you’ve purchased one of these coins…
You then transfer them over to Binance, where you can trade your BTC, ETH or LTC for other coins known as alt coins.
Alt coins are extremely volatile even more so than Bitcoin.
With this there are great risks involved with using an exchange such as Binance, but for those willing to take the risks..
It can also be rewarding if you get on the correct side of trades.
Crypto Currency Tools & Software
No matter which investment or venture you are getting into, there is always useful tools.
Cold Storage Wallet
I’ve already mentioned a cold storage wallet a few times in this post…
A cold storage wallet allows you to keep your crypto currencies much safer…
…than if they were on an exchange or simply your computer.
There are a few cold storage wallets available but the one I personally use is the Ledger Nano S.
Before you go running to Amazon to try and purchase a Ledger Nano S…
I HIGHLY…Recommend you buy it directly from the manufacture in France.
There have already been reported scams of people selling the device on Amazon & eBay after they’ve modified it….
This ended up with victims losing their crypto currencies….
I’ve already mentioned this earlier in the post as well….
But if you plan on trading crypto curreinces, charting will be your bread and butter.
Tradingview is by far my favorite charting platform.
Not only can you chart out every crypto currency on almost every exchange…
The data is real time which makes it very easy if you plan to day trade or swing trade.
Not only is TradingView a great charting application, but it’s also basically a social network for traders.
You can look at other peoples charts to get ideas on where the market is headed.
Or even follow people to get updated when they make a new post.
Tradingview has a free version, which does have some limitations….
But if you use my link you can get 30-days free for the premium version.
Signup to TradingView
To be honest, Coinigy is very similar to TradingView. In fact it even uses TradingView charts.
What Coinigy does allow you to do that is different than TradingView however….
Is trade directly from your charts.
So for example if you have multiple exchanges you trade with a day, Coinigy can connect via API.
This will allow you to do all your buy/sells from a single interface.
I personally started with Coinigy, but then eventually swapped out to TradingView and simply use multiple monitors.
Signup to Coinigy
Another type of software I’ve been using is crypto trading bots.
As the name suggests these are programs that you can configure to trade for you based on different technical indicators.
Crypto trading bots have positive and negatives just like anything but over time they will just continue to get better.
Profit Trailer makes trades for you, by connecting it to your exchange API.
Currently it works with 3 exchanges: Binance, Poloniex & Bitrex
To have the bot function you must leave either Bitcoin (BTC) or Etherium (ETH) on your exchange.
Profit Trailer then uses your BTC or ETH (depending on your settings) to then trade those coins for what are known as Alt coins.
Where Crypto trading bots have an advantage over a human, is the fact they can monitor thousands of coins at the same time.
Then based on your Profit Trailer settings, the bot will buy / sell the coins when they hit your targets.
If you are interested in learning more about Profit Trailer check out my Youtube channel.
Tracking & Accounting Tools
One final thing I noticed most people don’t think of when getting into crypto currencies…
Is accounting and tracking of your trades, income, etc.
I know there are people out there who believe that “privacy coins” are good enough to avoid taxes… I wish them the best of luck…
However, I personally would rather have an accounting of all of my trades, income, spending, etc.
One thing people don’t realize when it comes to the IRS… you are GUILTY until proven innocent.
This means that if you cannot prove your actual profit and loss….
…..you may end up paying more in taxes then you actually generate in capital gains.
CoinTracking is a portfolio manager used for crypto currencies.
What makes CoinTracking so useful is the fact that you can connect directly to your exchanges/ wallet accounts and important transactions.
If for whatever reason your automatic imports are incorrect, you are able to manually adjust your transactions.
Now this shouldn’t be your only form of accounting / book keeping, but it’s a great tool to help manage everything.
The other plus is where I currently get my taxes done: HappyTax is able to connect directly to CoinTracking on their side.
This make tax time easy, as they are able to manage my account for me and do my taxes with the data.
Other Cryptocurrency Resources
With the crypto space changing so frequently, it’s important you get the correct info from reputable sources.
Here are some of the most useful websites I’ve found on the web.
Honestly, I wish I had a list of them when I first started out as I’ve filtered through a lot of BS to find these.
As the name suggests, this is a site that tracks the estimated value and market cap of each coin.
Now I say “estimated” because the price of crypto currencies vary greatly depending on which exchange they are on.
Coinmarket cap monitors all of the exchanges and averages out each coins value in USD & BTC.
Besides my exchange websites and charting tools, this is by far my most visited website each day.
So far, Coinmarketcap tracks over 1564 cryptocurrencies at the time of this writing.
Ninja Tip: You can use WayBackMachine to view the prices of cryptocurrencies on a specific historical date.
As I already mentioned, there are over 1564 cryptos tracked on CoinMarketCap…there likely are even more then that….
Doing the research on that many coins is quite tough….
Luckly CoinGecko has a way of helping you jump start your research….
CoinGecko has a rating system to help you determine how well a coin is actively being developed, how involved the community is and even how much public interest the coin has.
I obviously suggest you do more research than simply relying on CoinGecko, but it’s an excellent place to get started.
One of the #1 questions I get everytime I mention cryptocurrencies to someone….
“How are you going to deal with taxes?”
A pain in the ass, but as long as you inform yourself and make sure you have the right help…it’s not too bad.
In the US, Cryptocurrency taxes…. are very confusing.
Here is what the IRS has to say about Cryptocurrencies https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-14-21.pdf
Need a professional to do your taxes?
I personally suggest using HappyTax.
Be sure to signup to CoinTracking to take full advantage of HappyTax.
Honestly, if I didn’t have someone ready to go to, to do my taxes… I would stress out.
I feel the rules will be changing often and quickly… I’ve already got enough on my plate to keep up with…
…luckily, I don’t have to worry about it because of HappyTax.
If NOTHING else, I do suggest you find someone that knows cryptos as the IRS is definitely keeping their eye on the space….
Coinbase tells 13,000 users their data will be sent to the IRS soon
I do my best to keep people up to date on crypto, economics & interesting historical facts I’ve uncovered all in my blog, videos & newsletter.
However, I’m only one person. I don’t have the same amount of resources that dedicated news sites do.
Now, when it comes to news, I try to avoid looking at it all day, as a lot of the news causes….
….fear/uncertainty/doubt(FUD) or fear of missing out(FOMO).
Luckily, there are a few great ways to stay informed on what’s going on in the crypto space…
As they explain theirselves right on their site:
“A daily newsletter of top curated stories in the bitcoin and crypto world”
Personally, I’ve been using them for a while now and it makes things very convenient.
While I’m having my morning coffee I can catch up on the latest FUD / FOMO.
The only other real source of news I personally check every now and then… is coindesk.
Coindesk for the most part has unbiased information and usually break stories first in the crypto space.
I know there are a ton of news outlets out there…
Very rarely are they ever giving you useful information.
Brent, what do you mean?
You’ll notice when the price of Bitcoin and other Cryptocurriences are going down, news outletts will post stories such as:
Bitcoin going to zero!?!?
Is This The End of Bitcoin?
Some Random People Think Bitcoin Is A Scam….
As soon as the price starts to go up however, you’ll see the opposite:
Bitcoin Going to $101k by Tuesday Says Expert
Is This Just The Beginning of Bitcoin?
Some Random People Think Bitcoin Is A Great Idea…
You get the idea….
News is only there to serve their advertisers by getting as many views as possible….
They do this by feeding on your emotions known as FUD/FOMO.
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