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China’s Financial Giant Files Application for Bitcoin Spot ETF in Hong Kong

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If you look at it closer...the halving already started!

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ETF options?

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Contributing to ETF custodial holdings

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Inverse Jim Cramer ETF Shut Down After Poor Performance Leaves Investors In The Hole

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Inverse Jim Cramer ETF Shut Down After Poor Performance Leaves Investors In The Hole

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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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BlackRock's Spot Bitcoin ETF Volume Topping GBTC Today, Signaling Market Shift

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How far would Grayscale sell off?

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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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Hong Kong SFC Welcomes First Spot Bitcoin ETF Application

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The Global Landscape of AI vs Bitcoin: Trends, Interest, and Growth Outlook

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UK looks increasingly isolated in its anti-crypto ETF stance

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Large Chinese fund files for spot Bitcoin ETF in Hong Kong

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How would you invest in crypto if you had a million in fiat, sterling or dollar

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Harvest Fund Applies for Spot Bitcoin ETF in Hong Kong

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Which oracle will be dominant in 2024?

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Harvest Fund Applies for Spot Bitcoin ETF in Hong Kong

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I am bullish on ETHEREUM ETF. Wallstreet and Institutional investors will invest in an Ethereum ETF because Ethereum is GREEN and does not pollute the environment, It is ESG compliant. Past Events that will make Ethereum ETF a success.

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Where to buy the new spot bitcoin ETF?

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BTC for grandkids

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Analysts expect Charles Schwab to make a Bitcoin ETF play

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Bitcoin ETF advertisement all over Boston subways

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Big Day Tomorrow: Google Likely to Start Allowing Bitcoin Spot ETF Ads

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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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BlackRock’s IBIT Hits $2B Inflows, Google Greenlights ETF Ads

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The Bitcoin ETF didn't pump my bags!

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Ripple Makes Strategic Hiring In Preparation For XRP ETF

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

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Bitcoin: The Reason Behind the Wild Rides

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Is there a good database of publicly known wallet addresses?

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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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WTF is a BTC Spot ETF actually???

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ETF tracker that shows holdings

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Inverse Cramer Tracker ETF Is Shutting Down with a Loss of 15%

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Is etf doing good or bad for btc

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DePIN projects have highest growth potential in 2024 / 2025 and DePIN ETF is most likely to be approved in the future by the SEC.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

DePIN projects have highest growth potential in 2024/2025 and DePIN ETF is most likely to be approved in the future by the SEC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Spot Ether ETF Applications Decisions Delayed by SEC

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ETF misconceptions

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Coinbase is the custodian of nearly ALL Bitcoin ETFs. Coinbase insurance covers a loss of $320mm, while Coinbase already holds over 2 BILLION in Bitcoin. 💣

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC Delays Spot Ethereum ETF Decisions

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Here's the New SEC Deadline for BlackRock's Spot Ethereum ETF

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Bitcoin ETF Data: Net withdrawals from the #BitcoinETFs are around 80 million. The bottom line drains for the fourth day in a row.

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ELI5: GBTC and dumping from FTX and other bankruptcies

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401k

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BlackRock ETF holds ~$2b in Bitcoin

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The SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Approvals Have Forever Altered The Global Monetary System

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The SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Approvals Have Forever Altered The Global Monetary System

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The SEC Bitcoin ETF Approvals Forever Alter The Global Monetary System

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Do you still believe in Buy the FUD and sell the News?

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Official on-chain addresses for ETF holdings verification

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New SEC Deadline for BlackRock's Spot Ethereum ETF Announced - Daily Coin Post

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First over-collateralized ETF

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HSBC Canada bans all crypto related assets

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Binance Report Unveils Crypto Market Insights

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Bitwise Becomes First Spot Bitcoin ETF Provider to Provide Wallet Address

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The SEC extends its decision on BlockRock's spot Ethereum ETF proposal to March, allowing more time for evaluation.

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SEC Extends BlackRock’s Spot Ether ETF Decision to March

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We value Bitcoin at $300K USD by 2034

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More dangerous to hold Sh&t coins right now … Greyscale selling pressure might bring down BTC price due to liquidity crunch

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To everyone who told me to dump all my money in and not DCA before ETF Approval!!

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ARK 21shares ETF BTC address

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Bitcoin ETF in a Roth IRA?

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SEC delays BlackRock's Ethereum spot ETF to March

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Is SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Green Light a Watershed Moment for Crypto Industry?

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Is SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Green Light a Watershed Moment for Crypto Industry?

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Bitwise Bitcoin ETF releases holdings address

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Live Look at GBTC & ETF Flows

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$515 million came out of GBTC yesterday for a total of -$3.96 billion in outflows since converting to an ETF. Newborn 9 saw +$409 million flow in. Net outflows in total for yesterday were -$106 million. --- Bloomberg's James Seyffart. Hence, GBTC selling maybe near the end. GLTA!!!

r/BitcoinSee Post

DCA plan

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Crypto.com is now 9th largest exchange by spot volume, with more spot volume than Kraken and Kucoin

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Dip is over

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Bitcoin ETF derby in near real-time…Shows total btc held by each ETF, excl GBTC

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DO NOT SHAKE AT THIS TIME

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SEC Commissioner: Ethereum ETF approvals won’t be same as Bitcoin

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Isn’t the amount sold by greyscale small compared to the amount they hold? Shouldn’t we expect most of the rest to be sold too?

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Bitwise top 10 crypto index fund

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I'd be surprised if anyone that has owned BTC since pre 2017 is suddenly concerned by recent price action.

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Is the fact that there are a bitcoin ETF such a milestone?

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Bullish: Bitcoin set for supply shock as ETF buys surge and halving nears

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Lonely HODLer

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BITO

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Despite Grayscale's sell-off the total amount of BTC in all ETF's are increasing

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Despite Grayscale's sell-off the total amount of BTC in all ETF's are increasing each day

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Despite Grayscale's sell-off the total amount of BTC in all ETF's are increasing each day

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Can Someone Explain How Bitcoin ETFs Work?

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Amount of BTC Held by Bitcoin Spot ETF Companies Has Been Revealed: Here's How Much BlackRock and Others Hold

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Bitcoin Tumbles Below $39K, Shaking Market Confidence as Grayscale ETF Shareholders Continue to Exit Positions

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Bitcoin Tumbles Below $39K, Shaking Market Confidence as Grayscale ETF Shareholders Continue to Exit Positions

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BTC Dumping

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Why isnt Bitcoin bulling with the new ETFs?

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Bitcoin mining stocks?

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LMAO 40k support lever held for over 6 weeks into ETF FOMO

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Wouldn‘t the BTC outflow from the ETF be related to the ETF spinoff?

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

Greyscale had a bitcoin trust before the ETFs were approved by the SEC. This was just a certificate that didn't necessarly had to be backed up with btc. This had been the only way to invest in BTC for institutional investors before the ETFs. Now that the ETFs were approved the product had been converted to an ETF but the fees weren't reduced which lead to massive outflows. What some people forget is that these outflows are probably inflows to other ETFs. So technically this doesn't influence the price. Always look at the net inflows of all ETFs combined.

Mentions:#SEC#BTC#ETF

There’s BTC ETFs out there now Fidelity is offering, I was actually thinking about adding it to my IRA why the hell not. Fidelity also thinks BTC will be up to 1 billion per coin in 2030 or something. Here’s a link: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/holding-0-001-bitcoin-could-190859523.html# So if you want to stick to “proper investments” such as ETFs then you can still have BTC in the form of an ETF.

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

ethbtc below 0.052 just before the ETF is going live. I'm quite tempted to gamble 10% of my btc on a swap

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tldr; The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved two spot Ethereum ETFs: Grayscale’s Ethereum Mini Trust and ProShares’ Ethereum ETF, set to be listed on the NYSE Arca on July 23, pending final regulatory approval. This move is seen as a significant step for Ethereum, potentially increasing its market liquidity and price by making it accessible to everyday investors without the need for crypto wallets and exchanges. The approval follows a legal victory by Grayscale against the SEC, challenging the commission's earlier reluctance to approve Ethereum ETFs while allowing Bitcoin ETFs. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#SEC#ETF#DYOR

The ETF launches before the btc conference thou 😅

Mentions:#ETF

Nope. It's not equally paper at all. Not even close.  By paper, I am referring to how similarly paper Gold aka unallocated gold affects gold price by creating more gold than actually exists. The spot gold ETF by comparison does not create paper gold because it has to hold real gold. Unallocated gold does not. It is an IOU promised by a bank and legal. Bitcoin held on exchanges is like unallocated bitcoin - the exchange can promise bitcoin they don't have.  ETFs cannot.   Thus - bitcoin on exchanges can create more Bitcoin than actually exist, but spot ETFs cannot. 

Mentions:#ETF

Your ETF is equally paper, my friend. I’ve withdrawn my Bitcoin on a Saturday and received it within 10 minutes. That’s more convenient.

Mentions:#ETF

No You can literally verify the Bitwise address yourself.  "Coinbase is a publicly traded company my bitcoin on the exchange is real" - until you withdraw, it's paper and still being traded. Still not benefiting the Bitcoin price. Also not SIPC protected. "Not everyone can panic buy" -  we are talking about the objectively idiotic act of keeping large smounts bitcoin on an exchange. You can only sell that with 24 hour access to those coins.  Even people who don't have bitcoin on an exchange can panic buy. Even people who withdraw can panic buy.  "I think ETFs are the worst choice" - thry are both not ideal but holding on an exchange is far worse.  The only argument you made over an ETF was 24 hour access. 24 hour access is useless when the exchange robs you and the owner moves to the Caymans. 

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You’re trusting the information they publish—that doesn’t make it correct or true. Coinbase is a publicly-traded company—you can find out how much Bitcoin they have, too, but i don’t trust any of them. All of my Bitcoin is real. I haven’t had a problem thus far. As I’ve said, I buy a small amount and withdraw it immediately. And no, not everyone can panic-buy because a typical ETF customer won’t have a Coinbase account. They just want “in” on the crypto thingy, so they have the ETF. And finally, you asked why I’m defending leaving money on an exchange when I withdraw…. It’s because I want people to have choices, even the choice of ETFs. I just think they’re the worst choice.

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I don't see how an ETF would have made a difference. The point is, Bitcoin is an investment not a game. People put it into their IRAs because it's a retirement fund. Anyone who tries to make a quick buck or sells in fear usually regrets it. It's a type of asset you buy and forget about. And if you really believe in it, you keep buying more.

Mentions:#ETF

I do know how much bitcoin the ETFs hold. It's published and Bitwise even publishes their addresses. Do you know where your paper Bitcoin IOU is?  And the ETFs aren't holding in Coinbase the exchange, they are holding it in Coinbase Custody. Very different thing and verifiable using on-chain data.  Buying a spot ETF or withdrawing real BTC from an exchange increase scarcity and help price, holding on an IOU on an exchange is not.  And if you withdraw from an exchange , why are you defending the act of holding it on an exchange? Holding your bitcoin in large amounts on an exchange is foolishness.  And panic buy is not an option, forget I,said that. You can only panic sell the coins you have on an exchange IF THEY LET YOU. Anyone can panic buy at any time whether you keep it on an exchange or not.

Mentions:#ETF#BTC#LET

You don’t know that your ETF holds actual Bitcoin, so that point is invalid. You have to get your Bitcoin from somewhere. I buy from an exchange, in small amounts, and withdraw immediately. Never had a problem. By the way, your beloved ETFs are using Coinbase as a custodian. And yes, I do want to panic buy on weekends! Are you kidding??? Of course!! If Bitcoin goes down 10% on a Saturday, I want in! But yes, some people may want to panic sell—they should be able to.

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What are you talking about? Price was like $40k back soon after ETFs started, now $60,000s is normal. It's had a huge impact on price. Also realize ETFs buy OTC so it only gradually bleeds into market price. Also realize that market volume any given day is many times however much the ETFs are buying or selling, in addition to those being off-market. So ETFs buying has a gradual effect, but it has been very positive as is obvious to anyone watching the price this year. The whole reason price shot up from $40k to $73k during the winter was because of ETF buying and the hype around it.

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> The point is Biden hasn't done anything and looked like that was going to continue doing nothing. Didn't a whole bunch of bitcoin spot ETF's get created only six months ago?

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I would put exchanges last. Always. All the disadvantages of non-self custody and all the risk.  At least ETFs are insured by SIPC if the broker fails. Also, the spot ETFs buy real Bitcoin whereas the Bitcoin on the exchange might be paper only. So ETFs are better for Bitcoin price and scarcity as well.  Cold Wallet > Hot Wallet > ETF > exchange is my rankings 

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That vanguard ETF is not going to get you anywhere. You need Bitcoin if you’re really going to make it.

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Buy the Bitcoin ETF then take margin against it to buy more ETF, can't do that with Bitcoin

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Seriously? Why was there an ETF? The industry had to sue the govt to get a product. The ETH is a thing because trump said he supports crypto. If it wasn’t for that your buddies Gary Gensler and Elizabeth Warren would have us 30k lower. Trump is a horrid human being. As an observer Jan 6 was disgusting… but I don’t care. Get my X’s up!

Mentions:#ETF#ETH

Have you seen the dividend payouts on BITO. The only ETF that pays a monthly div. I received 2 dividends on BITO over last 2 months over 10%. And BITO also offers options. Up over 200% from options bought last week. Also up over 100% on MSTR. I leave my bag off line in cold wallet and trade BITO and MSTR. They are great if you know what your doing

I think if Eth gets a good pump from ETF approval alt season is up next But if it dumps from the news like a 'Buy the Rumour Sell the News' event, then alt season is delayed for a couple more months. What do you guys think?

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How high or low do you think ETH price will go when trading starts (ETF) on the first few days?

Mentions:#ETH#ETF

Spot ETF is different.

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Etf is not owning bitcoin. If you want to own. Bitcoin, then the only way is via self custody. An ETF just tracks the price of the underlying asset without you actually owning it. Etfs you own an IOU to redeem against btc price at the time of sale. Also, you do not truly own any etf as these are managed for you by someone else.

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Not your keys, not your coin. If you just want exposure to price, sure you can use a custodian through a spot ETF...but if you want true financial freedom, the ability to transact freely and take your wealth anywhere in the world or escape authoritarian regimes, war, etc., than having your own wallet in self-custody is the way to go.

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Do you guys buy any MicroStrategy? I buy it sometimes instead of BTC, and it's like a 3x Bitcoin ETF. Sell it at highs and buy Bitcoin with it before sending to cold storage.

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

That’s helpful. Though is that issue any different than with any other asset? Let’s say an ETF on Robinhood. Same thing?

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There can be all kinds of advantages, you just need to remember that tons of clients, whether retail or corporate, have different circumstances. For example, a corporate client might be able to offset future gains on an ETF against previous capital losses, depending on the country. And before you say "But this is the US, blah blah blah tax rules" remember that foreign investors can buy US instruments. So in Canada, our corporate tax laws on capital gains/losses are much different than yours, and much more favourable in terms of using future gains to offset historical losses,

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I'd say it's quite ok to buy a little first and then you're more interested in learning what bitcoin actually is, as you've invested in it already. Swan Bitcoin has great educational content on their Youtube channel. They are an education-first bitcoin-only company. Even their Swan Daily is great, I watch it on a daily basis as it's fun and you get to know all the latest news, announcements, and everything that's related and might affect bitcoin. They also tell about macroeconomics and monetary decisions by the central banks. Also, check out Joe Nakamoto on Youtube. He's travelling to all sorts of remote locations and showing places where bitcoin is used globally to empower communities. It's great to see all sorts of different regions uniting by using the same decentralized global currency. For reading, check out the Nakamoto Institute. There's 'Gradually, Then Suddenly' as well as other great writings. The Bullish Case for Bitcoin is a classic essay, a couple hours of reading. It's highly recommended as a first longer read on Bitcoin, as it covers all the important stuff and it's a way shorter and not as political of a read as The Bitcoin Standard. For understanding the deflationaly nature of technology and how our current money system is not sustainable, read articles by Jeff Booth. He also has a classic book, The Price of Tomorrow. Der Gigi has great stuff such as "Bircoin is Time", and Brandon Quittem is one of my favorites together with Croesus_BTC Jesse Myers. These go quite deep and philosophical. There's endless podcasts of course, but one very newcomer friendly but with great varied guests from the Bitcoin space, is the "What Bitcoin Did" podcast. The host Peter McCormack is a great interviewer. Also, he's running a football club in England called Real Bedford, and they operate with bitcoin, on a bitcoin strategy. For shorter videos you can watch the conference videos from BTC Prague, Bitcoin Atlantis, Baltic Honeybadger. Pacific Bitcoin is also great. You don't need to attend the conferences to get all the information as it will be uploaded. You can try and see if there's a bitcoin meetup happening close by. People have them regularly in bigger cities globally. It's a great way to meet new people and discuss bitcoin. Asking questions from the ones who've been in Bitcoin for longer is very valuable. I've made great friends going to meetups and conferences. Have fun, don't ever tell about how much you have, don't do it online eiher. At some point watch BTC Sessions tutorials and explanations about self custody. That's the only true way to own bitcoin. Owning an ETF that holds bitcoin is not owning bitcoin. Exchanges come and go, don't trust your bitcoin with them, as the whole point of bitcoin is about not needing to rely on and trust anyone for holding your money for you. I recommend Trezor hardware wallets. They also provide Expert service for setting up everything and answering all questions you might have. They are the first hardware wallet company, and still one of if not the best. Congratulations on your journey, we are still early!

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

What a massive disappointment for ETH. It is obvious that ETH is selling off right now and kind of forcing its way up due to Bitcoin's ascent. In the 1 month leading up to the ETF, ETH = +0.38% whereas SOL = +37%.

Mentions:#ETH#ETF#SOL

This is the reality- I think ETF flow will deter the fear based mega dip. But also I eat glue.

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I would be surprised if there is not a dip tomorrow, when ETF markets are trading. Due to Biden exiting from the race.

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BTC ETF got approved?

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

The US government approved an ETF. The leading presidential candidate has come out as pro bitcoin. Nearly all of the regulatory risk in the US has been neutralized. Bitcoin doesn’t need to replace USD or become a daily currency to be successful. It’s a reserve asset and savings technology.

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Tune into what he says at the upcoming conference in Nashville, then decide. Also keep an eye on who he puts in the treasury position. As of now I've seen speculation on Jamie Daimon or Larry Fink. Only one of the two is openly going on finance news shows and promoting BTC. While Fink does have a product he is selling/managing (ETF), Daimon is still anti BTC.

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

It’s all a part of the plan. Biden drops out and dumps price right b4 ETH ETF

Mentions:#ETH#ETF

I'm no expert and this not financial advise, honestly I come here more for the funny, but if you believe BTC has bright future consider investing in an ETF ticker symbol BITX, this is a way to have exposure to BTC in an IRA, it is a leveraged fund so if BTC tanks this tanks even more, they pay a dividend as well

Mentions:#BTC#ETF#BITX

Self-directed IRA.  Definitely more complicated than using an ETF, but completely doable so that you can hold your own keys.

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The Hong Kong ETF is laughable at the moment.

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I think if Eth manages to break 4k from the ETF approval then we will see an altcoin season coming up next and very soon

Mentions:#ETF

Real world assets onchain requires full support from regulatory bodies, a rigorous regulatory framework as well as full control of who owns what including the ability to restrict transactions across dimensions such as geolocation etc. You are not allowed to own for example an American ETF in Europe. You are not allowed to transfer stocks to anyone without knowing having full KYC. The list goes on. RWA onchain will not happen anytime soon. Don't believe the psyop hype.

Mentions:#ETF#RWA

Yeah initially nothing will happen. But BTC post ETF announcement/launch surprised everyone because the upward momentum started within a few weeks. Probably similar trajectory for ETH.

Mentions:#BTC#ETF#ETH

I use it to hopefully make a profit and then turn everything in fiat in order to reduce my mortgage and invest in ETF’s. Fiat is still king period

Mentions:#ETF

The existing ones are futures, tracking the price of ETH, but not backed by ETH. The spot ETF's, that launch next thursday, are 1:1 backed by ETH.

Mentions:#ETH#ETF

The maxi clowns spent the past 6 months saying an Ethereum ETF would never get approved "because it's a security" I'm sure you were one of them.

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I don’t understand how there’s not a supply shock on BTC. $18 Billion dollars in inflows from just the ETF and it’s hovering at 65k?

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

Robbie I'm tired of reading about this ETF.

Mentions:#ETF

Historically for every 25 billion that flows into Bitcoin appreciates the market cap by 1 billion. That's from a study done by fundstrat. Watch the video here https://youtu.be/GGberGnxiJk?si=n7Nf5OhqZfgXLiYK That means it would actually take around 700 billion for it to get to 1 million dollars a Bitcoin. Since the ETF launched net inflows have totalled 17 billion. We are a long way off it seems.

Mentions:#ETF

tldr; Five Ethereum (ETH) spot exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are set to begin trading on the Chicago Board Options Exchange on July 23, following approval by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The ETFs include Invesco Galaxy Ethereum ETF, VanEck Ethereum ETF, Franklin Ethereum ETF, Fidelity Ethereum Fund, and 21Shares Core Ethereum ETF. These ETFs aim to provide investors with exposure to Ethereum without the need to directly purchase and hold the cryptocurrency. Issuers of these ETFs plan to temporarily eliminate or reduce fees to gain market share upon trading commencement. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

When you have bought in the spring of 2021 the return up til today would be near zero. BTC has a market cap of roughly 1.3T usd. It doesn’t work like double the market cap double the price but I have read there needs to be a net cash inflow of about 800 billion in order for BTC to double. ETF’s are just a couple of hundred million and run to the exit with every dip. This is not going to happen overnight. We will see. I hodl and my expectations are the same day BTC will hit a million per piece. Not this run for sure. Might hit 240k for a day before it comes down hard again. Not going to sell anyways and luckily I have a couple of decennia to my pension. And have work that i truly like so don’t mind working.

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

The price has pumped quite a bit once it was announced that the ETF launches on Tuesday. I think people have still bought the rumor

Mentions:#ETF

Dude. Invest that into an ETF for your kids college. Something proven historically. I’m in Bitcoin like the rest of the people here, but when it comes to money for your kids education, you really want a safe-house, aka VTI and chill. If VTI fails, we all fail anyways. Be smart.

Mentions:#ETF

tldr; Davinci Jeremie, known for his early Bitcoin endorsement, has shared his insights on Ethereum and Solana. He predicts significant market growth and believes those who choose wisely could profit in the upcoming bull run. Jeremie sees $120 as a strong support level for Solana, suggesting it's unlikely to fall below this. For Ethereum, he advises caution, predicting its price could reach $8,000 by year-end but warns that the launch of ETH ETF trading might not significantly impact its price. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#ETH#ETF#DYOR

Grayscale ETF has 2.5% fee. Others have 0.1 to 0.25% fee. There will be outflows. Just like BTC ETFs. All the haters will generate negative sentiment based on outflows. Prob be short lived.

Mentions:#ETF#BTC

Sorry, not self custody, but you can buy Bitcoin rather than an ETF.

Mentions:#ETF

This is kind of interesting to me. If I were buying Bitcoin through Robinhood and wasn’t going to self custody… I would just buy iBIT… I would feel more protected than with just the broker. I would own the ETF regardless of the broker. With them being you Bitcoin custodian you are relying on Robinhood (or CashApp, PayPal, etc.)

Mentions:#ETF

Exchange supply is draining and the bitcoin halving just happened months ago, we went from making 900 bitcoin per day to 450 per day, the ETF alone are averaging 3-4k bitcoin per day, we are draining the supply at 10x the rate we can create and its only going to increase. there's literally one guy called Mr.100 who buys the daily supply made everyday. we have crossed an inflection point in which demand far exceed supply and everyone is going to be fighting for what's left

Mentions:#ETF

its about time in the market, not timing the market. ETF's have gone from 0 to holding over 1 million bitcoin in the span of a year. blackrock , fidelity and friends are averaging about 200-350million per day and still going. you can learn about onchain metrics and see that the HODL rate is increasing, supply is decreasing and at all Time low while demanding is increasing exponentially, number of user increasing, number of everything literally increasing and the rest of the world still has to come. FTX is giving back 12 billion to all the people who were into crypto at the end of year, all that moneys coming back in, fed rate cuts coming soon, trump and congress / senators becoming pro bitcoin / positive legislation coming into effect such as FASB accounting rules. don't be short term trying to time a buy when the road ahead is long and prosperous, why risk missing out when your already going to make more than enough

Mentions:#ETF#HODL#FTX

Usually, when there is a big event (and no event in crypto is bigger than an ETF release), there is buy the rumor, sell the news. However, if you look at the 1 month chart, ETH is down -0.20%. In the same timeframe, BTC = +3.7%, SOL = +30%, XRP = +21%, ADA = +15%, DOT = +12%, etc. It is not surprising that a lot of alts are up higher than Bitcoin the last month as Bitcoin had its own issues with the German government selling as well as Mt GOX. However, it is surprising that ETH is down more than BTC when unlike the other alts, it has the biggest event in the ETF trading. So the only conclusion that I can take is that people are now so scared about sell the news that they don't even buy the rumor. That is, these events are sell the rumor, and sell the news types. Crypto trading seems to be changing as people are adjusting their strategies.

Open a Coverdell. Buy a Bitcoin spot ETF like FBTC or IBIT, etc. look for low annual fees and good management. No taxes on withdrawal for educational purposes with a Coverdell. Likewise, they can be passed on to siblings, children and maintain their tax exempt status. Have to know the rules though. You buy Bitcoin, you'll pay in fees and taxes, but this is up to you.

Mentions:#ETF#IBIT

Peter Thiel is one example of a billionaire who already uses Roth IRAs to shield billions in capital gains. Mitt Romney is another example of someone famous with huge gains. Bitcoin ETF is no different from any other investment that could go up a lot (or down), so it doesn't mean that tax laws can't change, but just know that you'd be in the same boat as the existing wealthy elites who use Roth IRAs in this manner To me at least, that's comforting to know that if you were in this tax situation, then you will get free lobbying support because you'd be in the same boat as the wealthy class.

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Looks as if there are some strong financial influencers speaking at this event. Not to mention Trump, but a couple of the strong ETF proponents

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sell and put everything into an ETF

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We've known an Ethereum ETF is going to get approved for over a month now. It was just a matter of when. So the news is already priced in. The ETF will attract significant inflows.

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There's gonna be a lot of price action in the next weeks. With the amount staked there's gonna be a clamor to fulfill the 1:1 ETF's required. Any ETH that hits the market will be bought up quick smart. I see a 4k ETH incoming by end of July if not end of week.

Mentions:#ETF#ETH

Still, her extreme anti-crypto stance left a vacuum and all of a sudden - Trump is crypto’s savior! I wish Democrats had realized, after Blackrock ETF, that their dogmatic position was a losing one. They could have regulated it instead of playing games with the SEC.

Mentions:#ETF#SEC

What will arrive first btc to 100k in Q5 2021 or ETH ETF Q5 2024

Mentions:#ETH#ETF

The Grayscale Bitcoin Mini Trust is a planned exchange-traded fund (ETF) that aims to provide investors with a lower-cost option for gaining exposure to Bitcoin. It will charge a management fee of 0.15%, significantly lower than the existing Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), which has a 1.5% fee. The Mini Trust will be funded by transferring 10% of GBTC’s assets, allowing current GBTC shareholders to convert their holdings into shares of the new fund without incurring capital gains taxes. This initiative is part of Grayscale’s strategy to remain competitive in the evolving landscape of Bitcoin ETFs.

Mentions:#ETF#GBTC

That's interesting BlackRock (and pretty much everyone else that can read) believe IBIT was the most successful ETF launch in history. Who to believe? https://www.thetayf.com/blogs/this-weeks-stories/the-most-successful-etf-launch-in-history

Mentions:#IBIT#ETF

The ETF's can suck my balls. This is how banks started in the first place, then fractional reserve banking, etc.. Hold your own keys. It's not worth the risk.

Mentions:#ETF

Hopefully ETH does ok with the ETF's starting trading. Long term I am least bullish of ETH in my portfolio though so I am looking for an exit, just not sure how greedy I should be. Probably gonna wait until end of the year or next year. If everything goes crazy maybe can crack 10k if we're lucky. SOL is outperforming it a lot this year, and ETH is underperforming vs BTC too.

Love to see grandmas supporting WSB gamblers. Sorry but we don't know what the price will be tomorrow, in August or next year. Anyway, we all have been where you're at, read and bookmark this guide and make sure to learn along your journey. Congrats on the move, it's never too late. ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. Invest in your knowledge, learn about Bitcoin as much as you can. The Bitcoin Standard book is a must read. So is Broken Money book. Get them and READ them both, please. Also, **don't reply any DMs**, emails, private messages on other social media, promising to buy Bitcoin from them or get rich quick and read this short guide, please: **Price wise, nobody knows what the price will be tomorrow, next week or at the end of the year.** **Try "Bitcoin ONLY" strategy for at least the first 210,000 block cycle**, you'll sleep much better. Newcomers lose so much money, holding garbage tokens just because someone on YT told them to. If you don't like losing money in [failed coins](https://www.coingecko.com/research/publications/how-many-cryptocurrencies-failed), avoid. Going DCA is probably the best approach, IMHO. Bitcoin to me, is a savings account. If I have some spare cash, I exchange it for sats. Once a week works best for me, but I'm getting paid weekly. If there's a 10% drop in the price since my last buy, I usually double my buy. This [DCA calculator](https://dca.bitnob.com/) might help to decide what will work best for you. In a few years, even $10 dollars a month can make a massive difference. This [DCA blog](https://er-bybitcoin.com/) is pretty interesting. Now, don't buy a fake Bitcoin at a spot ETF place or similar, **get the real thing** that you can withdraw anytime you want. Register at a proper exchange and buy real Bitcoin. Any of these will do [https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin](https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin) Install (or buy - in case you're getting Bitcoin in Thousands of $) one or more of these wallets. A few good wallet choices: [https://blockstream.com/green/](https://blockstream.com/green/) \- Top Security Features, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://bluewallet.io](https://bluewallet.io/) \- excellent, easy to use wallet, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://www.sparrowwallet.com](https://www.sparrowwallet.com) - top desktop wallet [https://electrum.org](https://electrum.org/) \- Solid choice, Open Source and Non-Custodial, one of the oldest and most trusted Bitcoin Wallets. I prefer the desktop version but it works on mobile too. Lightning wallets to consider (cheaper and faster transactions, great for small amounts): [https://phoenix.acinq.co/](https://phoenix.acinq.co/) \- Phoenix - very good wallet, uses Tor for extra privacy, easy for anyone new [https://blixtwallet.github.io/](https://blixtwallet.github.io/) \- Blixt - great UI, fast and clean [https://breez.technology](https://breez.technology/) \- Breez - excellent POS for small business owners as well as integrated Bitrefill or LN Pizza [https://zeusln.com/](https://zeusln.com/) Zeus - impressive wallet with many features, can even generate Nostr keys Hardware Wallets (to store larger amounts): [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) \- Easy to use, no matter how new in Bitcoin you're. Use the Bitcoin only firmware as it's safer than a multi coin software. [ColdCard](https://coldcardwallet.com/) - air gapped, Bitcoin only, has advanced features but a new user will do fine with one of the great tutorials available. [BitBox02](https://bitbox.swiss/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) - another great little device, opt for the more secure Bitcoin ONLY version (less coins = less code = less chance for a hidden bug or a backdoor) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade) - air gapped, fully open source, Bitcoin only, great features. You can even [build it on your own](https://github.com/Blockstream/jade/), if you feel adventurous. [Seedsigner](https://github.com/SeedSigner/seedsigner) - another DIY, fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, not for you if you're just starting up but something to consider later. [Krux wallet](https://selfcustody.github.io/krux/) - one more DIY hardware device. Similar to Seedsigner, it's fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, that is not for you right now if you're just starting up, but something to consider at a later stage and/or to up the security of your bitcoin. There's also Ledger, but I wouldn't recommend it as it's not fully open source, keep and already leaked customers' details, recently said they're capable of sending customers' keys out just with a firmware update, etc. **Stay away**, save yourself a headache in the future. Whatever wallet you'll decide to buy, purchase DIRECTLY from the manufacturer, no eBay, no Amazon. Make sure the device is NOT preset, and you will generate your own seed words. Write them down on any piece of paper as well as the receiving address. Now wipe the wallet and generate a new wallet. If the seed words are different from the first set, you're safe to use it. Find an option to set a passphrase and use it. This will boost the security to another level. Never store the seed words and passphrase together. Use a different medium if possible. If somebody finds both, they'll be able to steal your coin. This little device will hold the keys to your money, that's the reason why you have to be a bit more careful. Also, no worries, if it breaks, you can replace it - as long as you keep your seed words and passphrase(s) safe. Welcome to the rabbit hole and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions anytime during your Bitcoin journey. Also, [check the sidebar](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/about) that's filled with lots of great info and if you have any questions, visit r/BitcoinBeginners and look for the answers.

It doesn't matter how much, having more than zero bitcoin/sats is the best first step. Anyway, we all have been where you're at, read and bookmark this guide and make sure to learn along your journey. Congrats on the move, it's never too late. ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. Invest in your knowledge, learn about Bitcoin as much as you can. The Bitcoin Standard book is a must read. So is Broken Money book. Get them and READ them both, please. Also, **don't reply any DMs**, emails, private messages on other social media, promising to buy Bitcoin from them or get rich quick and read this short guide, please: **Price wise, nobody knows what the price will be tomorrow, next week or at the end of the year.** **Try "Bitcoin ONLY" strategy for at least the first 210,000 block cycle**, you'll sleep much better. Newcomers lose so much money, holding garbage tokens just because someone on YT told them to. If you don't like losing money in [failed coins](https://www.coingecko.com/research/publications/how-many-cryptocurrencies-failed), avoid. Going DCA is probably the best approach, IMHO. Bitcoin to me, is a savings account. If I have some spare cash, I exchange it for sats. Once a week works best for me, but I'm getting paid weekly. If there's a 10% drop in the price since my last buy, I usually double my buy. This [DCA calculator](https://dca.bitnob.com/) might help to decide what will work best for you. In a few years, even $10 dollars a month can make a massive difference. This [DCA blog](https://er-bybitcoin.com/) is pretty interesting. Now, don't buy a fake Bitcoin at a spot ETF place or similar, **get the real thing** that you can withdraw anytime you want. Register at a proper exchange and buy real Bitcoin. Any of these will do [https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin](https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin) Install (or buy - in case you're getting Bitcoin in Thousands of $) one or more of these wallets. A few good wallet choices: [https://blockstream.com/green/](https://blockstream.com/green/) \- Top Security Features, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://bluewallet.io](https://bluewallet.io/) \- excellent, easy to use wallet, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://www.sparrowwallet.com](https://www.sparrowwallet.com) - top desktop wallet [https://electrum.org](https://electrum.org/) \- Solid choice, Open Source and Non-Custodial, one of the oldest and most trusted Bitcoin Wallets. I prefer the desktop version but it works on mobile too. Lightning wallets to consider (cheaper and faster transactions, great for small amounts): [https://phoenix.acinq.co/](https://phoenix.acinq.co/) \- Phoenix - very good wallet, uses Tor for extra privacy, easy for anyone new [https://blixtwallet.github.io/](https://blixtwallet.github.io/) \- Blixt - great UI, fast and clean [https://breez.technology](https://breez.technology/) \- Breez - excellent POS for small business owners as well as integrated Bitrefill or LN Pizza [https://zeusln.com/](https://zeusln.com/) Zeus - impressive wallet with many features, can even generate Nostr keys Hardware Wallets (to store larger amounts): [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) \- Easy to use, no matter how new in Bitcoin you're. Use the Bitcoin only firmware as it's safer than a multi coin software. [ColdCard](https://coldcardwallet.com/) - air gapped, Bitcoin only, has advanced features but a new user will do fine with one of the great tutorials available. [BitBox02](https://bitbox.swiss/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) - another great little device, opt for the more secure Bitcoin ONLY version (less coins = less code = less chance for a hidden bug or a backdoor) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade) - air gapped, fully open source, Bitcoin only, great features. You can even [build it on your own](https://github.com/Blockstream/jade/), if you feel adventurous. [Seedsigner](https://github.com/SeedSigner/seedsigner) - another DIY, fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, not for you if you're just starting up but something to consider later. [Krux wallet](https://selfcustody.github.io/krux/) - one more DIY hardware device. Similar to Seedsigner, it's fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, that is not for you right now if you're just starting up, but something to consider at a later stage and/or to up the security of your bitcoin. There's also Ledger, but I wouldn't recommend it as it's not fully open source, keep and already leaked customers' details, recently said they're capable of sending customers' keys out just with a firmware update, etc. **Stay away**, save yourself a headache in the future. Whatever wallet you'll decide to buy, purchase DIRECTLY from the manufacturer, no eBay, no Amazon. Make sure the device is NOT preset, and you will generate your own seed words. Write them down on any piece of paper as well as the receiving address. Now wipe the wallet and generate a new wallet. If the seed words are different from the first set, you're safe to use it. Find an option to set a passphrase and use it. This will boost the security to another level. Never store the seed words and passphrase together. Use a different medium if possible. If somebody finds both, they'll be able to steal your coin. This little device will hold the keys to your money, that's the reason why you have to be a bit more careful. Also, no worries, if it breaks, you can replace it - as long as you keep your seed words and passphrase(s) safe. Welcome to the rabbit hole and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions anytime during your Bitcoin journey. Also, [check the sidebar](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/about) that's filled with lots of great info and if you have any questions, visit r/BitcoinBeginners and look for the answers.

ETF Inflows have been strong boys and girls.

Mentions:#ETF

Yes the worthless alts that are likely to get ETFs after the Etherium ETF just got approved and is about to start trading. Bitcoin is Bitcoin and the only one I agree with that, but Alt coins, the solid projects not meme coins, are the next generation of tech companies and global data storage/transfer.

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Dividend Stock ETF, I Bonds, HYSA (house but I dont count that as investment)

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Thats why Fidelity ETF is the best ETF, although not better than true bitcoin

Mentions:#ETF

One thing to note is the language in the BlackRock ETF on forks and the fact that there are only 3 people mentioned by name in the filing. I'll let people read the document and see who the three are

Mentions:#ETF

It doesn't matter how much, having more than zero bitcoin/sats is the best step. Anyway, we all have been where you're at, read and bookmark this guide and make sure to learn along your journey. Congrats on the move, it's never too late. ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. Invest in your knowledge, learn about Bitcoin as much as you can. The Bitcoin Standard book is a must read. So is Broken Money book. Get them and READ them both, please. Also, **don't reply any DMs**, emails, private messages on other social media, promising to buy Bitcoin from them or get rich quick and read this short guide, please: **Price wise, nobody knows what the price will be tomorrow, next week or at the end of the year.** **Try "Bitcoin ONLY" strategy for at least the first 210,000 block cycle**, you'll sleep much better. Newcomers lose so much money, holding garbage tokens just because someone on YT told them to. If you don't like losing money in [failed coins](https://www.coingecko.com/research/publications/how-many-cryptocurrencies-failed), avoid. Going DCA is probably the best approach, IMHO. Bitcoin to me, is a savings account. If I have some spare cash, I exchange it for sats. Once a week works best for me, but I'm getting paid weekly. If there's a 10% drop in the price since my last buy, I usually double my buy. This [DCA calculator](https://dca.bitnob.com/) might help to decide what will work best for you. In a few years, even $10 dollars a month can make a massive difference. This [DCA blog](https://er-bybitcoin.com/) is pretty interesting. Now, don't buy a fake Bitcoin at a spot ETF place or similar, **get the real thing** that you can withdraw anytime you want. Register at a proper exchange and buy real Bitcoin. Any of these will do [https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin](https://bitcoin-only.com/get-bitcoin) Install (or buy - in case you're getting Bitcoin in Thousands of $) one or more of these wallets. A few good wallet choices: [https://blockstream.com/green/](https://blockstream.com/green/) \- Top Security Features, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://bluewallet.io](https://bluewallet.io/) \- excellent, easy to use wallet, Open Source and Non-Custodial [https://www.sparrowwallet.com](https://www.sparrowwallet.com) - top desktop wallet [https://electrum.org](https://electrum.org/) \- Solid choice, Open Source and Non-Custodial, one of the oldest and most trusted Bitcoin Wallets. I prefer the desktop version but it works on mobile too. Lightning wallets to consider (cheaper and faster transactions, great for small amounts): [https://phoenix.acinq.co/](https://phoenix.acinq.co/) \- Phoenix - very good wallet, uses Tor for extra privacy, easy for anyone new [https://blixtwallet.github.io/](https://blixtwallet.github.io/) \- Blixt - great UI, fast and clean [https://breez.technology](https://breez.technology/) \- Breez - excellent POS for small business owners as well as integrated Bitrefill or LN Pizza [https://zeusln.com/](https://zeusln.com/) Zeus - impressive wallet with many features, can even generate Nostr keys Hardware Wallets (to store larger amounts): [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) \- Easy to use, no matter how new in Bitcoin you're. Use the Bitcoin only firmware as it's safer than a multi coin software. [ColdCard](https://coldcardwallet.com/) - air gapped, Bitcoin only, has advanced features but a new user will do fine with one of the great tutorials available. [BitBox02](https://bitbox.swiss/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) - another great little device, opt for the more secure Bitcoin ONLY version (less coins = less code = less chance for a hidden bug or a backdoor) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade) - air gapped, fully open source, Bitcoin only, great features. You can even [build it on your own](https://github.com/Blockstream/jade/), if you feel adventurous. [Seedsigner](https://github.com/SeedSigner/seedsigner) - another DIY, fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, not for you if you're just starting up but something to consider later. [Krux wallet](https://selfcustody.github.io/krux/) - one more DIY hardware device. Similar to Seedsigner, it's fully open source, air gapped, Bitcoin only hardware wallet, that is not for you right now if you're just starting up, but something to consider at a later stage and/or to up the security of your bitcoin. There's also Ledger, but I wouldn't recommend it as it's not fully open source, keep and already leaked customers' details, recently said they're capable of sending customers' keys out just with a firmware update, etc. **Stay away**, save yourself a headache in the future. Whatever wallet you'll decide to buy, purchase DIRECTLY from the manufacturer, no eBay, no Amazon. Make sure the device is NOT preset, and you will generate your own seed words. Write them down on any piece of paper as well as the receiving address. Now wipe the wallet and generate a new wallet. If the seed words are different from the first set, you're safe to use it. Find an option to set a passphrase and use it. This will boost the security to another level. Never store the seed words and passphrase together. Use a different medium if possible. If somebody finds both, they'll be able to steal your coin. This little device will hold the keys to your money, that's the reason why you have to be a bit more careful. Also, no worries, if it breaks, you can replace it - as long as you keep your seed words and passphrase(s) safe. Welcome to the rabbit hole and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions anytime during your Bitcoin journey. Also, [check the sidebar](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/about) that's filled with lots of great info and if you have any questions, visit r/BitcoinBeginners and look for the answers.

Might Bitcoin not be the immutable commodity that perfects money? In other words, the great innovation that saves broken trad fi from itself. I certainly agree that the legacy barrons would prefer the block chain money solution to be in the form of a CBDC. And they are approaching a meaningful custody threshold. Accounting for 5sh percent of all bitcoin in existence( assuming a few million BTC are lost forever). But, as we know, only about 10% to 15% of the existing BTC is really at " velocity". So the ETF institutions actually have hoovered up a very meaningful proportion of the actual liquid supply. Might their reasons be benevolent, on balance? Or even more compelling, might their efforts be innovative and imaginative, in terms of inclusiveness and prosperity for all. The golden panacea to inflationary debasement. Meaning, might the overlords in a sense be bending the knee to Satoshi's great vision? My brain says no fuckin way My heart says yes My allocations betrays a 30% bet on the optimistic outcome

Mentions:#BTC#ETF

This is a big one too. Coinbase is a honey pot for the US gov. Most of the US ETF's use it as a custodian.

Mentions:#ETF
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