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Peter Brandt Highlights Bitcoin Price Pattern Key to Keeping BTC's Bull Trend Healthy

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How do the largest hodlers of BTC store thier coins?

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Done stacking, now HODLing

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Paper bitcoins

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What percent of us do you think are hodling this way, Pros and Cons. Storage

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Are Bitcoin Loans a good idea?

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What’s your DCA amount for BTC?

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Is it a common misconception that Bitcoins gain their value from the cost of electricity required to generate them?

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BTC can't turn $1 into $10 in 2024 - yes it can, over and over

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Simple Replies to Skeptics

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Contributing to ETF custodial holdings

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WTH happened to $BTC volume here?

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BTC: The era of US Dollar dominance is finished.

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MSTR or miners for leveraged play? (and how is the halving supposed to be bullish for miners??)

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Need help in understanding XPUB derivation paths

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BlackRock Bitcoin ETF has surpassed holdings worth over $2 billion, equivalent to more than 52,000 BTC.

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BlackRock Bitcoin ETF has surpassed holdings worth over $2 billion, equivalent to more than 52,000 BTC.

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Don’t Get Caught Chasing

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BTC Transaction stuck over 3 months :( !!!

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Don't Get Rekt in This Bull Run: Remember the 2017 "Earn" Scams?

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Don't Get Rekt in This Bull Run: Remember the 2017 "Earn" Scams?

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Questions about DCA and UTXO

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Which oracle will be dominant in 2024?

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BTCMinetrix | ERC-20 | Cloud App | Stake Tokens = Mine Bitcoin | Audited | Presale Is Almost Finished | Join Before Official Launch

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Reminder: Bitcoin Was Invented to Replace the Current Flawed System, Not to Be Absorbed Into It. Stop getting excited about BlackRock and Fidelity accumulating more BTC every day, and be aware of what's coming.

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I LOVE BTC logo design. Feel free to use it for any purpose. Design source files are in the comments.

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Shouldn't we just denominate BTC in sats

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So this didn't age well

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Bitcoin As A Power Law: why BTC is predictable over the long run

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ICYF: BTC ETFs can start advertising on Google from Today.

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Coinbase trade any amount for chance at 5 BTC

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"Traditional" Investor here looking to diversify, should I buy a lot of BTC before the halving?

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Will BTC continue to rise

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Unluckiest Man Alive

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Mined BTC early, trying to figure out if recovery is possible...

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BTC for grandkids

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Crypto Reporting (US) - Bitcoin and failing to report loses; Need help to fix this

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Found a MAJOR discrepancy in price of BTC on exchanges

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BitcoinMinetrix | ERC-20 | Cloud Mining | Stake To Mine BTC | Audited & SAFU | Jump In Before Listing

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Setting up a Node on a new N100 Mini PC, What do I need to Know?

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Reminder: Bitcoin Was Invented to Replace the Current Flawed System, Not to Be Absorbed Into It. Stop getting excited about BlackRock and Fidelity accumulating more BTC every day, and be aware of what's coming.

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Overførsel av crypto

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Just another example of why we Bitcoin…

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Where can i get a free BTC

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Another big dump!

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The last deadline for an Ethereum ETF approval for the SEC is in May 2024, expect a stronger pump than the months before the BTC ETF approval

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My last post was deleted: I heard you guys loud and clear

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MSTR in a ROTH IRA for BTC exposure

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Why BTC will be sideways or downward for months..

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ETF's price drop explained, and why the growing optimism!

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Hey are you interested in BTC investment The BTC investment is that you will have to open a btc wallet and fund it and if you have it already then you’re already a winner What you will just do is that you will use $50-$200 $100-$300 $150-$400 $300-$500 $500-$1000 $1500-$2000 $2000-$3000

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If Bitcoin Didn't Exist Where Would You Put Your Capital?

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Navigating the BTC Market Shake-up: Understanding Grayscale's Move and the Dynamics of Weak vs. Strong Hands

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A discussion on BTC intrinsic value

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When someone calls BTC a scam…

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I have $2.29 in ETH left on Arb Nova...

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Taking out a 15k CC loan to stack more sats

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Taking CC out Loans to Buy More Sats

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Question about ETF -- are BTC traded or do they tend to be held?

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I just saw my first Bitcoin ad on basic cable tv….

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Exodus Wallet any Good?

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Hey are you interested in BTC investment The BTC investment is that you will have to open a btc wallet and fund it and if you have it already then you’re already a winner What you will just do is that you will use $50-$200 $100-$300 $150-$400 $300-$500 $500-$1000 $1500-$2000 $2000-$3000

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How long…?

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As a whale, I was never worried about halving

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Saudi Arabia to Match Satoshi Nakamoto's 1Million Bitcoin!

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Die #Bitcoin Konferenz in #Innsbruck

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Die #Bitcoin Konferenz in #Innsbruck (kurz #BTC23)

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The previous Bull Run was pretty underwhelming.

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Clarification on UTXOs / what am I misunderstanding re: consolidation?

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Bitcoin Mempool Ordinal / BRC-20 / DataCarrier transaction comparison?

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Have you ever wondered what Albert Einstein may have said about Bitcoin?

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Have you ever wondered what Albert Einstein might have said about Bitcoin?

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How long did it take you to understand why BTC really matters?

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Is Bitcoin Finally Finding Firm Ground as Grayscale’s BTC ETF Outflows Calm Down?

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Is Bitcoin Finally Finding Firm Ground as Grayscale’s BTC ETF Outflows Calm Down?

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Daily Bitcoin Update

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WTF is a BTC Spot ETF actually???

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Joe Rogan learning BTC being the best store of value in the world 10yrs ago when BTC is 900$

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Waiting?

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1 year ago I ACTUALLY lost most of my Bitcoin in a boating accident.

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Lightning CEX to CEX, cheap & safe?

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BitcoinMinetrix | ERC-20 | Cloud Mining | Stake Tokens = Mine Bitcoin | Audited & Safe | Presale Is Almost Finished | Join Before Listing

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Thanks cryptos

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ETF misconceptions

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Bitcoin Monthly 32 - Stay up to date with what matters

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Pricing All Everyday Goods in BTC, From iPhone to Houses, Will Act as an Electroshock to Your Awareness of the Bitcoin Revolution.

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Finding Remote International Jobs (Freelance or Salary) That Pay In BTC

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Should i sell my Gold chain for Bitcoin?

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Hedge funds caused the price drop.

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How safe is Trezor?

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Bitbox02 btc only or Coldcard Q Wallet

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Bitbox02 btc only or Coldcard Q

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Blockchain In Review

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After looking into Bitcoin for 1 month and reading A LOT of posts on this Reddit I have no clue if BTC will go to the moon or go to zero.

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Cheapest Way To Purchase Bulk Crypto/BTC

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Bitcoin and the media, such a joke

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Does the fact that Coinbase holds custody of 8 out of the 11 spot BTC ETFs pose any risk?

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Daily Bitcoin Analysis

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Pricing All Everyday Goods in BTC, From iPhone to Houses, Will Act as an Electroshock to Your Awareness of the Bitcoin Revolution. A picture is worth a thousand words to understand why Bitcoin is essential for our future. Here are two of them!

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BTC transaction still pending after 46 days

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I wouldn't depend on BTC being "extremely private." Every transaction is permanent and public. Law enforcement (and God knows who else) has been cracking open the ownership easily and at will for quite a few years now.

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I’m in the exact situation as you. Learned from the past (2017, 100% alts lol) now 90% BTC/ETH for long term, but 10% in lowcap for gamble/quick gains. AI is the hypeword so got in at listings of OFN and GTAI. Still worth it.

The network? As in BTC? It's crashed? I've not heard this. Besides you miss the point, BTC is perfect as is. The layer 2s will shorten the security leg to make the utility leg longer.

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False. Of the major countries, only Germany does not tax sales after two years. Under 1-2 years taxes are in the 20-30% range. And with the MICA, now stablecoins are considered a different asset class so each transaction involving a stablecoin is a taxable event. Each NFT transaction is taxed. Each micro transaction including €2 daily staking or lending rewards are taxed. Same for any Defi operation. Unless for just holding BTC without doing any operation, tax declarations are so complicated that is impossible to do them without softwares, which are expensive. It's a complete nightmare. Some countries even tax just holding a crypto asset (eg: Italy). EU is a terrible environment to invest or use any cryptocurrency. The ECB makes a huge pressure on all the regulatory environment as it conducts a fierce battle against crypto since they realised they are here to stay. Just see how different Switzerland is from the EU.

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Don't you have to pay dollars or euros or whatever to acquire Bitcoin though? How are you not interested in how you have to pay, given that presumably you've had to earn the fiat money? And the things you buy with Bitcoin may be denominated in Bitcoin, but I think you'll find that their price is at least loosely pegged to fiat money, and the price expressed in BTC fluctuates.

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90%?? not even remotely true. never will understand why those who live in a crypto bubble don't know it.🙄 regarding your reply: "I’d buy that someone had a bunch early on and forgot about them/lost the key, but there’s no world where you can convince me he hasn’t heard of BTC’s huge rise. Go to a fucking nursing home and 90% of them will know what BTC is"

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Nice name - no job. Interesting for someone wanting to buy 27000 BTC. Anyone with that money to invest would know which channels to go through to get BTC OTC

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27000 dollars in BTC or 27000 BTC?

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Satoshi Nakamoto watching people trying to understand BTC.

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BTC will go up less with each cycle

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BTC crabbing, alts dying.. sigh

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I bought a similar amount of BTC less than a year ago and paid $58 in fees. You paid $587... You should have used Coinbase Advance Trading, which is simply an existing tab within regular Coinbase that has way less fees than regular Coinbase.

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You should read BlackRock’s ETF filing. It states that BlackRock reserves the right to choose which network is the only appropriate one in the event of a hard fork. Bitcoin has forked many times in the past. None of the forks have succeeded in overtaking Bitcoin (BTC), but that could change. Do you honestly think the largest asset manager in the world, who owns tons of stock in the largest Bitcoin mining companies, cannot transition Bitcoin to POS, while pushing the government to regulate the real Bitcoin into the ground. What if the government makes laws that ban self-custody? What if they force cexes to stop accepting Bitcoin from self-hosted wallets? The government can essentially do whatever it wants. If the most powerful people in the world want to take control of Bitcoin, they will find a way to do so.

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What if BlackRock ignores (or dumps) BTC on the network version they do not recognize?

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How many transactions can you make per second using BTC? As of now, it is a laughable 7. For the whole network. Visa can do 24000. Cash? No limit. If you think btc is replacing currency, dream on. At the very best, it might replace gold for some niche markets.

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Just being rare is not good enough. Needs to be usable as well. How many transactions can you make per second using BTC? As of now, it is a laughable 7. For the whole network. Visa can do 24000. Cash? No limit. If you think btc is replacing currency, dream on. At the very best, it might replace gold for some niche markets.

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I also find it suspicious. I thought ppl can choose which network they want to support, in the event of a fork, but I do not think ppl would support the banking cartels. This already occurred with BTC eg we have BCH, and its price is not as BTC.. Also, about 20% of BTC is thought to have been lost (not moving for ages), and BTC is also widely distributed (as of now), so I'd imagine it might not be that easy, hopefully they will never reach the stage where the cartel can control the network

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Honestly you were lucky to even be able to sell your real estate.  Where I live there’s probably at least 30+ houses for sale, all within about 500 meters of where I live, many have been on the market for over a year now, and every week I see new “for sale” signs. It’s super frustrating as all these houses are what you’d call “working class” houses (I’m in the uk, these are pretty much all 2 bed terraces) - but the asking prices are absolute fantasy from the sellers.  Like £300k for a house that would have cost them £50k 20 years ago.   It’s totally maddening but these sellers will learn the lesson sooner or later that a house is only worth what someone else is willing (and can afford to pay).  These properties are clearly over valued by 30-40% and they simply won’t sell at that price in this area… Going to be fascinating to see the dynamic of sellers realising this, dropping their asking prices just to get a highly illiquid asset off their hands so they can buy bitcoin, which as the OP states is highly liquid and therefore a way better SoV. My own position?  I’ll wait until these houses are going for 0.2-0.3 BTC then I’ll buy one 😂 (as renting sucks). Sure as shit am not paying 6 BTC for a tiny 2 bed terrace though!!!  I’m not even anywhere near London!

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ALL investing is "gambling." T-Bills are a gamble. Bonds are a gamble. Housing is a gamble. NASDAQ and S&P are a gamble. Playing Black Jack at a **casino** is considered gambling, and the odds of winning are 42%. Meanwhile, BTC has been up 83,524,263.57% since 2010 and 120% YTD. The S&P is up 7% YTD.

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Right after halving, it'll lose 20% or slightly more. If it's in the 60-65k range by the next 50 days, we're looking at a 55-58k BTC after the halving. From there, it could 5-6x (275-330k) by Dec 2025. By 2030, we might be around 1M BTC and 10M 5 years later.

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If i were to buy that BTC on kraken the fee would be like 60 AUD

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Absolutely nothing, like paper money, unlike gold. because it’s a representation of value, not value in and of itself. You can still be of this opinion and hold BTC ;)

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From where it is now to where it can go, it is ***THE*** investment of a lifetime. This doesn’t mean it will take a lifetime to get there. You’re completely correct the adoption curve will level off over time. The 25% yearly average increase we’ve had up until now will definitely level off too. Bitcoin isn’t meant to generate insane returns, it’s only technically an investment now because it is a new technology. Bitcoin is really meant to be a true store of value that also functions as its own uncensored payment network. Gold failed at being a store of value in this digital age because it’s a terrible payment network. It’s extremely difficult to audit and expensive to transport. If (when) Bitcoin reaches its full potential and that adoption curve levels off, its value will appreciate at a rate related to the increase in economic productivity. The more productive society is, the more valuable BTC gets for all holders. If everyone is using BTC as their form of money, everyone in this system is rewarded. The fiat system the world uses today works the opposite way. The more productive society is, the less valuable the US dollar gets for all holders. The people that benefit most in this system are the ones closest to the creation of the money. Those wealthy enough can afford to not have any US dollars on hand and have their wealth tied up in assets. Those not so lucky have to spend everything that earn as soon as they get it in fear of it losing value later on.

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The BTC connection is huge news

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And if they haven't bought BTC, they are likely a bit resentful towards those who bought and genuinely hope it will crash. And what if BTC is **the** investment everyone should buy? That'd mean there's basically no need for financial advisors. It would just be "minimize costs, buy more BTC". They'd be out of job.

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BTC price is also linked to its success aka confidence

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BTC simply cannot have 5T $ marketcap so soon

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Buttcoin claims that USDT is not 1:1 with dollars. So Tether prints USDT out of thin air and pumps BTC. If this is actually true, Tether will collapse and bagholders are fucked. Bitcoin might take a hit but it'll be Tick Tock Next Block as usual. Im not holding Tether so im not concerned.

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>My point still stands. BTC does not inherently preserve value. It might go up or down, just like stocks. It can depreciate. Based on your answer, the S&P beats inflation almost every year too and it’s less risky Zoom out. For BTC there's only one direction. The hickups is called volatility which will inevitably dicline the higher bitcoin's market cap will be. Let's talk again, once Bitcoin is en pat with Gold (marketcap-wise). That's when Bitcoin is somewhere around $600k. You will find much less hickups than and beside the fact that acceleration upwards might decline you'll also see fewer and smaller setbacks compared to the past. There is only one direction.

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I disagree, it's very interesting actually in my opinion to think how all those market caps will drastically go down in BTC price as bitcoin price goes up.

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BTC likely won't peak until 500-550 days AFTER the halving going by the last three... certainly not hitting the peak right after it, I'd guess we're near the ATH before the halving.

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Trust me, BTC is here to stay for our entire lifetimes.

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My point still stands. BTC does not inherently preserve value. It might go up or down, just like stocks. It can depreciate. Based on your answer, the S&P beats inflation almost every year too and it’s less risky

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I sold my house in 2023. I could have went all in on BTC at $15k but then where do I live? Have you seen fucking rent lately? Anywhere halfway decent is $4k+ a month & I have to find someone that's cool with taking my 2 rottweilers who are on every 'do not allow' list you can find. Not gonna happen m'lord. Also, is it worth the stress, constantly checking charts, worrying that it might not go back up when I need it to? Even though BTC has 3x+ in that time, I don't regret buying my house.

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The daily trading volume on the market is \~30 000 BTC, meaning that's how much is being sold (and bought) each day (https://data.bitcoinity.org/markets/volume/30d?c=e&t=b). Right now there are 6.25 BTC mined every ten minutes, meaning \~900 new Bitcoins mined each day. That means newly issued coins make up about \~3% of the daily trading volume - 900/30000 - in the optimistic scenario that they all end up being sold immediately. So after the halving, the amount of newly issued coins that come into daily trading will be halved, meaning it will reduce the supply by \~1.5%. That's not nothing but it's also not world shattering.

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Holy shit, where is this influx of people comparing BTC with stocks coming from? This is like the 5th post today.

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I don’t understand why you bring up 98% without portfolio ? That’s was not the point of my first post. And the part about 100% assets is about assets not being exclusively about money in the bank, or stocks, or bonds. I say assets in a broader term and the fact people should invest accordingly and not put to much, or too much hope in BTC and putting their livelihood at risk.

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Thanks, that’s correct. Its value is described and not tied to fiat. But still, if the value of BTC doesn’t go up in an inflationary context, don’t you end up with less purchasing power? Thus depreciating in value?

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I have almost 6 and in my 40s. Business owner own house no debt. but no safety - no pension - all my liquid worth is BTC….I will HODL till a million the sell couple of them for dividend Fiat Scam - and ride the rest to eternity. Amen.

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Because bitcoin isnt world currency yet. And its not like bitcoin could not drop shortterm, because of crisis on the planet. If we have a very dry year, we have less corn, and the prices for corn would increase and you ger less conrn for ur BTC. But overall, we get better at producing corn and therefor on average have more corn than in the times before. Sorry my englisch is bad i cant explain it any better.

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Miners send earned BTC to exchanges to pay operating costs. Now half that will be going to exchanges.

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>Trying to explain BTC to her would be like trying to explain to a monkey that throwing shit isn’t fun. First of all: A monkey throwing shit *is* fun. Second... I assume that about 90% of bitcoin enthusiasts still do not really understand BTC. So it works with "magic internet money" most of the time.😄

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its value is for market to decide, but in my personal opinion - 1 BTC is a fortune. We are already talking about SATS, so I think 20$ today is 20SATS tomorrow

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I’m fully loaded on BTC and ETH, but something tells me I need to load up on some alts yo make some serious coin- then put profits in BTC after the halving. I just don’t know what to do?! lol Last bill run, I had a shit load of alts and done pretty well. This time, I’m just all about BTC… buuuuuuut, I know some of the alts can make a loooooot of money?!?

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You know how in the crypto world we all like saying how we’re going to the moon and what not? I saw a post here in this sub in 2017 of a guy saying he sold his BTC. The guy said he ended up selling (prob at like 17k BTC) because he found his moon (pay bills for his family and stuff). Moral of the story, find your moon and once you get it, sell and don’t look back.

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>I think within 5 years the idea of buying eth under 10k and btc under 100k will be viewed as laughable. Hi I'm glad that this thread finally got posted because I am from the future (yes this post will get lost in the mix but 18 months from now someone will link back to this reply). The way we got Bitcoin to $1 million was that a real estate company back east (*cough, cough* Florida) began offering homes for 1 BTC toward the first half of 2025. Every one thought they were crazy but they had been accumulating BTC for years prior to myself posting here and during the 2024 halving and even after the crash in Dec of 24 which began about 11 days before Christmas. Frontloading hundreds of Bitcoin, they then made this crazy offer which skyrocketed the value of BTC and in turn, the entire crypto market. It made them billions though there were some weird tragedies involving some of their high level executives. A car company (NOT TESLA) began offering 1 ETH for their cars which also helped propel ETH to $50,000 around the same time. To prove I am no troll, fuck Mahomes and Kansas City, you'll know why.

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Take out the loan you will double your money, then pay it back and enjoy your 0,5 BTC

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That’s insane. I thought I had regrets over 50 BTC for some weed from California.

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The ecosystem needs the majority of people to hold. It only works with the implicit agreement that no one sells. The vast majority in this space, buy and hold. If you want something out of this, you have to sell eventually. If you bought in at eg $5k and sold now, you're a crypto winner! No harm in that. If you are happy to hold and never sell, well I suppose you owned nothing and were happy. No harm in that. But the reality is you handed someone some money and got nothing back. The real question is what happens when then 1000s of accumulators of today all get to retirement age? Will there be a new generation of buyers and will there be enough of them to take all the coins off the sellers hands. Will they be wealthy enough to do so? And then, who buys it off them for even more money, and so on! It will be interesting to see it play out as we all approach retirement in a few decades. I bought some BTC be chance in 2015, my VPN offered a 10% discount. Because the peer to peer process was so painful I bought several £100s at the time. I've only ever sold small chunks since (small to avoid UK tax) and will never buy again. I'll gladly keep taking your money lol. It's great.

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Smart move. BTC/ETH and crypto and certain other alt assets have no ceiling until fiat has a floor. That’s a self inflicted man made “problem” for fiat and for central banks. But it’s true of real estate in a way too. It doesn’t have much of ceiling in some places until fiat has a floor; or some of those places are on the sea floor, which will create other real estate options. The dollar will continue to be printed. Rates will be the floor. But really that’s not true because the government doesn’t have to pay off government debt. That’s due to soo many things. But ya. As long as there continues to be insane amount of debt then you really can’t cap a price on BTC or ETH

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If you had invested $550 two months ago into BTC and it's up now; what exactly do you mean take profits? Like round off the top of that amount now?

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The companies doing BTC ETF's refuse to show proof that they actually have enough BTC to back up the ETFs they sell! It's basically Fractional Reserve Banking! These companies DO NOT have your best interests in mind! This is not what bitcoin was designed for! When you buy an ETF you are not buying BTC! This is a fact.

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What's the difference in holding 100 BTC for life vs holding 0 BTC for life?

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How do people end up with USDC? What's it's purpose? If it just follows the USD in value then why not make your purchases with USD? I'm a pretty basic user so I'm certain there is more to this, but I typically make a bank deposit, then use the USD I just deposited to buy my BTC. But how do some of you end up with USDC?

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>I know. I've asked two questions recently in the cc sub and got so many answers from people to a question I didn't even ask. Hard not to get annoyed, even though people are trying to help. You are right, is very hard not to... >where people just want to tell you that you shouldn't do the thing that you're asking about But maybe with all the replies you got confused on this one: I'm not the OP. The OP was asking about a trade that went wrong (he must be very new, cos the reason was obvious), that trade was a Spot BTC/USDT trade. As the guy that replied mentioned fees, I've asked him about the cost of doing that but on futures, if those fees were cheaper. And then that dude started talking me about ETF, which I didn't asked, then try to lecture me, which of course I didn't asked either. I politely kind of said ok, my bad. And then he derailed completely on the later massage. You know what pisses me off? People online that refer to others as if they know who they are talking about. I've been scalping stocks for over 10 years, man. ETFs? That's for people who don't have time or A) Can't handle Psycho Trading B) Risk Management or C) can't read price action. I only talk about what I know, so, as for Bitcoin, I'm new, less than 6 months, been buying , holding, doing some swing trades but I haven't gotten into futures yet, so I don't those fees, I ask. It was a simple answer, yes, no, I don't know, etc. Anyway. >Not sure who that was now I've lost track. I reply too much tbh, probably better just to let it go. You are right. If I reply It will end up with a ban or something. Thanks for your time, man.

BTC to $400k!

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Yeah sorry Sunday we are closed to sell your BTC ETF vs Flying to Dubai on Sunday to spend some BTC with my hard wallet.

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You X it’s value in USD. Number of BTC stay the same, of course.

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When USD is worthless you will either be dead or BTC will also be worthless.

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Yeah so wildly unfair of a comparison, the countries $$$ is basically all liquid. A 100 billion dollar dump would cripple BTC price

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There is a worry of ETH native yield would going lower over time. 1) There is some noise to push in lowering ETH staking yield to make it more deflationary, aka further the “ultra sound” meme. 2) Some ETFs are applying for staked ETH, meaning more staked ETH leading to lower yield. 3) ETH scaling is L2s. That vision eventually means ETH getting less fees, at in the interim. The ETH traders/whales’ fabricated narrative is, ETH is the “internet bond”. They want to convince the space to use ETH to replace BTC as the store of value. These are super rich folks who see BTC as too boring but Alts as too risky/low liquid. So they see ETH as the ultimate vehicle to multiple their wealth and control over the crypto space. They are one of the most conniving mfers. Now ETH restaking serves two objectives to solidify their control on the space. 1) ETH restaking counterbalances ETH yield going lower. So it improves the appeal of ETH as the “internet bond” narrative. And hence it helps them to push to replace BTC with ETH. 2) ETH restaking helps to erode sovereignty of other chains and redirect value capture back to ETH main net. Oh you have an independent L1? Why don’t you just use restaked ETH validators or L2s. It adds an additional repertoire for ETH maxis to push for general ETH alignment for this space. Make no mistake. These folks aren’t looking out for the space. They just want to be the new overlord with them being the crypto central bankers issuing ETH as the reserve currency

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By leverage I’m referring to a mortgage, so that’s like pretty much everyone (normal). One of the large contributing factors to 08-09 was the fact that people who couldn’t make basic payments were still being lent money (mortgage) and were buying outside of their means. Obviously that’s just stupid and not what I’m referring to - I.e cash flows allowing portion. Again though, I’m literally all into BTC… except my property because I need a place to live and it makes economic sense to have real estate. High liquidity is good and important but not end all be all. There are nuances. And like someone else pointed out, I can’t live in my coldcard so…

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My portfolio was 100% BTC and ETH until early November. Since then I've only been buying new alts that were released during bear.

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Had a little over 100 BTC in 2011 that I sold for $1,400 because I had to pay rent and it didn't seem likely it was ever going to go back up to $32 a piece. Why the fuck would it? Not a single mother fucker on the planet had any idea what this would turn into.... well maybe one. Point is, no one has any idea what's going to happen. People are still convinced the bottom will fall out of the whole thing, and maybe they're right. 100 years from now the human race might go extinct from something we can't currently conceive of.

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You bought less BTC than you sold, ser

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Uuuhh...what is the price of BTC measured in again? There's a long way to go before Bitcoin is considered a unit of account. Until then, BTC is a speculative asset, measured in Fiat, like everything else.

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>Strawman It's an exact one for one because they're the same thing, lol. Only strawman is you, my friend. >I pay miner fees. Currently about $1 per transaction. >You must be new. Oh, so you're helping pay the electricity costs aka maintainance costs of BTC, huh? Nice, at least you admit it.

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Lmfao 🤣 , this guy is the definition of a BTC bruh "Fake it till you make it"

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I understand English fine. The concept of splitting your stack (stack usually refers to digital assets in this sub) between a wallet and an ETF really means selling half your BTC for fiat and investing it elsewhere. Even if this other asset tracks with Bitcoin, you are losing half your BTC. What's not to understand? I know he wants to mitigate risk but enlighten me if this isn't exactly what he is proposing. What did you understand the question to be?

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Should I continue DCA BTC & ETH or start putting fiat into alts? To maximise profits My portfolio is like 90% BTC + ETH right now

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Are you restricted from converting coins/tokens? If not, I’d just convert whatever isn’t available on Coinbase to BTC or ETH, and then transfer/withdraw over to CB. Would save yourself some hassle if you can do that.

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It is, considering Bitcoin is only 15 years old. People are shitting on this post but I think it's a cool visualisation of where we're headed. Can't wait to see the updated version in 5 years when BTC is right behind the Euro, GBP, and Yuan.

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Not when everyone that “invests” in real estate realizes they can own BTC and be liquid.

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Seems like a reasonable approach. People like to pretend like a hardware wallet is a 100% safe solution. In reality there is no such thing, thus it’s reasonable to diversify where you store your holdings. You could also look into multi sig options. That said if you already own the BTC, you probably don’t want to sell and buy the ETF if you would have capital gains.

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I just saw the "Tether buys its own bitcoin" post from the height of Defi summer. It's probably best not to think of. If Tether bought its own BTC and pumped the price, yes this would fortify economy as its pretty much entirely based on public opinion. Tell me you would prefer to live through the start of the pandemic with no crypto boom. None will. AFAIK there is no published records of Tether's holdings, and I believe they've been requested to publish them. In reality, Trump printed $3,000,000,000+ from the US treasury to alleviate this. Tether also did its thing. Our grandchildren will be figuring this stuff out, no worries.

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CKB and ROSE (I do like MINA tho) I'll give an educated response. CKB is working on a BTC L2, very promising. ROSE is privacy focused and we will see that become a big narrative. Especially since we seen a Greyscale filling for a privacy coin ETF. I do like MINA. Guy from DC Spark who just finished his game on Cardano/Arbatrum said he would love to see a MINA/ADA/ARB collab. Jasmy is a shit coin. It's big with the Facebook groups and shit coin pumpers.

Not really. The dollar and euro are backed by the economies of the US and EU, enormous militaries, thousands of nuclear weapons and some pretty strong ideological beliefs. BTC is only backed by the latter.

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Lol. Autobot seems to think BTC may be a scam!

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My question is not about owning 100% real BTC. My question is about risk management. There are tradeoffs to everything. The trade-off for owning real Bitcoin is that you are 100% responsible for the security of those funds with no recourse in the event of a hack

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You cannot store BTC in an ETF. An ETF is a stock that tracks the value of BTC, but you don't actually own any.

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Wait, so according to your math those who took profit when BTC hit 20k$ hurt those who bought at that level? It's not difficult to see that both parties made money.

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I'm about to trade my btc to enter the property market. I'll be buying some more in the future because if it wasn't for BTC I'd still be renting another 5 years.

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Hmmmm, one still needs to survive until BTC takes over, which is hard to do when rent goes up 10-15% yearly

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Last two cycles, huh? What are you talking about? You don't have to buy a whole BTC. When it's price goes over 100k it doesn't mean people are going to miss out! Comparing it with buying a house is ridiculous! You can buy a fraction of BTC. You can't buy a fraction of a house! Everything you said makes no sense at all. Screams noob imo.

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Can we please stop posting about this shitstain loser? He doesn’t give a fuck about BTC let alone what it even is.

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And those are not people that would know about or know how to buy BTC 10-15 years ago.

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I don’t get why BTC bros want everyone to agree with them. If you have a treasure map, you go find the treasure, not broadcast it on social media! Someone explain…

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I’m all in on BTC but the thing with RE, besides actually living in it is that it’s accessible through huge leverage. If cash flows allow, best bet is to put minimum down payment and ride the leveraged equity up. Put the difference in BTC and win. Properties appreciate at decent rates. Let’s keep a relatively basic 5% growth on a 500k house. Where I’m at you can get away with 5% down payment in exchange for a slightly higher (~0.3% mortgage rate increase). That means for a 25k down payment, the value of your equity is also growing at a rate of 25k/year (I.e 100%/year). You make gains off the total value of the house, not what you’ve put down making it a good investment. Yea you have added expenses etc but I mean you have to pay for a place to live anyway so it’s a good deal. Then you obviously save all in BTC for mind melting gains

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