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Will U.S. FED Interest Rate Hike Spur A Bitcoin Armageddon?

Market Direction Indicators

You hate banks for all the wrong reasons....Q&A.

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Federal Reserve unfairly shutting out Wyoming's Crypto Banks and saying if we start granting permission to Crypto Banks,there will be a couple hundred of them soon ! Fed think this is enough to block the applications!

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This Congressman Wants To Forbid FED From Issuing A CBDC

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Mainstream Adoption of Stablecoins is Inevitable

Why does people sell at the slightest of news?

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The fall of fiat

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Understanding the upcoming inflation and why it wont be transitory !

why we are not going to moon now and this isnt a new bull run

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Calm before the Storm?

Most SANDBOX metaverse investors WILL lose their money

ETH FUDing With Us & My 2022 Price Prediction

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Bitcoin January 10, 2022 – FED and RED

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Again Just a heads up

This is a buy zone

Forget Crypto, the entire stock market could crash in the upcoming months and you should prepare.

I'm scared, and I'm tired of pretending I'm not

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The Ghost of Mt. Gox Part 10: Regulation

Do you guys think FED rate hikes will have a major or minor effect?

Why the FED being hawkish is actually good news for crypto

Market Cap USDC Dominance vs. BTC

Do you think we will bounce back from this prolonged downturn as it has happened each and every time so far in the crypto history?

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The End Is Near! (honest)

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US jobs report got released at 08:30 am, giving another reason for the Fed to raise rates quickly!

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This time it will be different... not

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Why panic about interest rates? This was announced a month ago!

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Understanding the upcoming inflation and why it wont be transitory !

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Markets will soon sink, crypto will follow before (hopeful) bounce back.

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Everything is Priced In

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Bitcoin, the ultimate hedge against inflation?

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FED minutes wrapped-up, share your analysis and predictions for the market.

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Reasons you may no longer want to buy the dip

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For Those Fearful of a Stock Black Swan

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For Those Fearful of a Stock Black Swan

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Another Look Ahead For 2022: #2

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A crash course on what changing the US bond rate means, and why it is considered such an important factor for US and global markets and economies

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When Data Based Narrative Fails: Example 1

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$XPDI - The bitcoin miner that sells shovels during a gold rush, the AWS for crypto with $200M profit in 2021 and $44.9M revenue last month

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XPDI - The bitcoin miner that sells shovels during a gold rush, the AWS for crypto with $200M profit in 2021 and $44.9M revenue last month

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TA this TA that, shov TA up your ass

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BTC doesn't care

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Kazakhstan the second largest mining hub has shut down internet

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Remember, it's not a "dip" if it doesn't come back up

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Time to leave this sub until we are green

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Why does Crypto correlate so strong with the stock market?

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I see everyone talking about buying the dip or selling their tokens, but why did we have this dip?

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FED raising interest rates + Current crash

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FED raising rates…. Get ready for a bear market.

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How do you keep on top of Crytpo news?

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FED minutes are old news. They were minutes from Dec meeting. Jerome spoke about all of this directly after that meeting. This is pure manipulation. Don’t fall for it!

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Manipulators gave us a sign in the pattern...A big F*ck you to us Bitcoin owners. Probably from banks, governments and institutions...those who have manipulated it from the start of this cycle.

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The Next Disruption: Blockchain NFT Gaming & Blockchain Metaverse Gaming

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Welcome to bear market

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The FED just crashed the market again! Bitcoin reaches 43k!

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Should the FED issue a stablecoin? Perspective of a 3rd world country guy

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The Economics Design of AMPL Token

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The Roaring '20s 2.0 - Get that FUD out of here

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Janet Yellen Gets Real On NFTs!

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Happy New Year 2022 to all Bitcoiners and to the FED for more money printing to come! 😄

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Central Banks money printing verification problem

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Where will you be in a few years' time from now? In your parents' basement dreaming of some untold riches or actually filthy rich?

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Is Bitcoin the best way to short the US Government specifically?

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Could it be: Wallstreet on holidays thus Bitcoin no longer suppressed ?

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The government is trying to bite off more than they can chew. The government should properly regulate the banks first before trying to regulate Crypto. The banks are out of control, not Crypto.

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Stable Coin: Economics Perspective

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Governments being obsessed with Crypto really shows how much they care about their own money and power. There are better things to fix like inflation, world hunger and climate change.

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Will the FED buy CRYPTO and BITCOIN?

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Bank of England raises interest rates to 0.25%. ‘So y’all need to hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide your husband cause **Inflation** r**ing everybody out here.’

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This week we had lots of good news, market still does not seem to be recovering?

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Thoughts on potential epic BTC pump in last few days in 2021..?

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Solana Leads Gains as Cryptos Recover on Fed Decision

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The FED Announcement and What It Means for Crypto | Crypto Update 12.15

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The FED Announcement and What It Means for Crypto | Crypto Update 12.15

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Due to recent FED decisions: What Is an Inflation Hawk?

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Very important week for Stock and Crypto markets! Outlook into 2022! 15.12.2021 Update!

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Ethereum breaks up past $4,000 price despite recent calls for a gradual downturn into a possible bear market.

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What are we hoping to hear from Jerome Powel today?

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ETH price grew more than 200 dollar in 5 minutes

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FED FOMC Outcome: Fed doubles taper, signals three 2022 hikes in inflation pivot

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As an European, what is the news we are waiting for regaring the USA Fed announcement and what does it mean for crypto in short term.

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What particular statement from FED today could lead to bull market in crypto currency eventually?

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The FED policy decision will be out at around 2 pm EST. Will the markets take a further dip or rally?

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Why FED matters and your shitcoins can dip even deeper

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Fed meeting today, on this, my DCA day

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Market Correlation

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Are crypto exchanges equipped to prevent and/or survive bank runs?

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Very important week for Stock and Crypto markets! Outlook into 2022! 14.12.2021 Update!

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Very important week for Stock and Crypto markets! Outlook into 2022!

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The trade-off to institutional money joining crypto is that crypto markets will begin to behave more like the markets institutional money operate in.

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The markets outlook into 2022. Very important week for the stock and crypto markets ahead!

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Impact of new Fed policy and market uncertainty

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PROCEED WITH CAUTION until Next Wednesday.

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Crypto market is a speculative bubble driven by loose Central Bank monetary policy.

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Bitcoin is about to break 40% dominance= Altcoin season

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If everyone sells their BTC to the FED, that would indicate that nobody wants it. I think you mentioned somewhere "what if the FED offered double the worth for BTC?". Let's ignore the fact that Bitcoiners expect BTC' value to more than double over the long-term... Why would the Fed want so much BTC when allegedly nobody wants it (since they've sold it), and also nobody seems to value one of its biggest USPs, seeing as the market sold off an inflation hedge DESPITE witnessing huge inflation?

Mentions:#BTC#FED

FED BURRRRRRN! 🔥 Better grab some ice for that one, Jerome. It’s gonna leave a mark.

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Im just thinking what’s stopping FED from raising the debt ceiling forever, thus they can never default on the debt. Is there someone or something stopping them from voting to increase the debt ceiling by 250% ?

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I think I’m going to keep some extra cash for the next two weeks. Seems like few people are worried about FED meeting at the end of this month. All it takes is some FUD for people to sell, so I’ll collect some of those projects for cheap!

Mentions:#FED

Looks like not everyone in the market wants to wait for the very last moment to check if there's any safe boat free 10m after the FED news if they are bad. Like really bad. Not every whale acts like Michael saylor

Mentions:#FED

when is the FED meeting? will it crash this market? :D

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Because taxes are paid and refunds received. Hopefully, Bitcoin recovers after FED announces they can't do anything about rising inflation, etc.

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We will always be at the mercy of the FED and other governments if all of the stables are tied to fiat

Mentions:#FED

They will raise interest rates which will cause over leveraged investors to sell riskier investments to de-lever. This means they will sell assets like BTC off to pay. This year will be a time of low BTC in my opinion, especially if the FED increases rates quickly which they have signaled to do.

Mentions:#BTC#FED

Debt and money printing. It is like FED on steroids there. https://www.statista.com/statistics/631543/south-korea-national-debtgdp/

Mentions:#FED

How can the FED just fix inflation in a few months lmao

Mentions:#FED

This type of comment is what terrifies me. I'm sitting here absorbing all the macroeconomic headwinds the market is facing. It is *really obvious* to me that this Fed stuff is likely insurmountable in any market conditions, but particularly in the current one which is already out of steam. It's obvious what's going to happen (things go even lower), that it really should have already happened. So a part of me has to wonder "why??" I know part of it is simple optimism/bullishness in the space simply because of how resilient it has proved over the years - even in the face of various FUD. Just blind hope basically. But the other reason is what you highlighted - people are so conditioned to hearing about something concerning (Evergrande, china ban, hack, etc...) and having it come and go. That now they hear about the FED concerns, understand it on some level, then simply think "who cares, it'll all blow over soon like every other time". The reason is that almost nothing *actually* matters news-wise. Everything comes and goes quickly because it's just narrative - the hype or fear flavor of the week. This FED stuff however is one of the rare times that it COMPLETELY matters. It's not going away. It underpinned the entire 20-month bull market, and it's going cause a perpetual beat-down while FED sorts it out. Even in the absolute best case where they are bluffing, that bluff is going to linger for many more weeks and continue to cause headwinds. It's really not "so last week" at all.

Mentions:#FED

Nope, FED is meeting on January 25-26. Downvoting noob.

Mentions:#FED

Inflation and interest rates decision by the FED

Mentions:#FED

People get those insane #'s and #allthemoney because XRP's major end game is usage in the Interbank Liquidity markets. Right now that is the dream essentially and international remittance is the crawling part of the crawl, walk, run. To bootstrap liquidity and exchange infrastructure. The Interbank settlements market is what XRP is designed for. To affect settlement between banks in the debt markets. The IBL Markets are the largest in the world. They are also a huge monopoly that is controlled by the Big 6 US banks. They have control of +80% of the 9 IBL Markets. They've also perverted the 2 run by the FED to keep our banking system functional. Ripple has the support of global financial regulators like the IMF, the FED, and the BIS because Ripplenet removes interdependencies in the system. As it stands, when a small to medium-sized financial institution creates interest bearing financial products they sell the vast majority directly into the IBL Markets Up the food chain. Whereby those products turn into interconnected debt obligations because those financial institutions receive monthly payments from the Big 6. When a central counterparty becomes insolvent it takes out the entire market because no one is able to make their payments and the house of cards collapses. With Ripplenet, SME institutions can keep all that performing debt on their books because they can access the public liquidity network an borrow the funds to make payments that have settlement instantly with ZERO counterparty risk i.e. if you were to use the traditional system an rely on another organization stream of income to be able to settle your own payments. That take 1day - 2 weeks to settlement after payment. You can imagine why this would be a problem for JPM, CITI, Well Fargo, etc. This completely reorganizes the banking an finance market. Which means the most powerful organizations in the US are directly threatened by this new model. They either change or die. To put this into perspective the Forex market is 1 of the 9 IBL markets its $7-9 trillion per day. That's the smallest IBL market. Corporate debt, Equities, Bonds, mortgages, CDOs, and other derivatives that are used in interbank settlements are in the $6-800 trillion region. 1-2% of just Forex using XRP for utility payments and XRP is bigger than BTC. Sorry, that is the eli5 short version.

Seems like BTC is waiting for news from the FED

Mentions:#BTC#FED

You did the wrong question. The important one is 'how much are going the FED and the FED to hike the interests?'. We will have a first approach this 26th... So more crabing and bleeding almost secure for two weeks. And after that announcement, we will need to discover if the bottom in in, or this range has been just a first step.

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Bitcoin reacts to stock market that went down. This is due to increasing inflation and worsening economy in general. You will see FED will release more FUD soon so Bitcoin will go down more in price.

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For example, FED meeting on interest rates and inflation

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1 USD something. We are not in a euphoria stage so, It would not be a reasonable choice to long Ada considering FED meeting is next week.

Mentions:#FED

what does FED future plans mean for bitcoin?

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Yes, both. Billionaires take advantage of the system. But also use their money to influence the system. Think not just the FED, but politicians, regulators, think tanks etc...

Mentions:#FED

Yep totally fucked, average people think 'ok I work hard & save then I must be able to buy a house at some point & retire when I'm old'. Meanwhile FED inflating away everyones savings like (- . -)

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Your example is only part of the FED Ponzi in the US. The fake inflation numbers for a wealth transfer. Prices are going up more than passing costs of inflation to consumers. That’s why the US needs a VAT tax or consumption tax for its lying supply chains. Too much wasted capital output In hidden in Dakota , the FED just prints more. In Switzerland the have flat taxes, some taxes on corporations and VAT. No capital gains on crypto.

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Prediction: next week-dead cat bounce(10% pump), 21-30th of January-dump hard(FED meeting)-February slow recovery

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The only way to chase the big returns is to buy into crypto that no one is talking about and get lucky.. or yeah, buy the big names on their big dips. I personally think we're nearing the end of a market cycle for crypto as it seems like the FED is slowly taking liquidity out of the markets over the next year. Bonds are going up and interest rates are rising.. doesn't inherently mean anything bad for equities but there just won't be as much of a money supply going around. [Less money supply hurts crypto + gold severely](https://imgur.com/zmzRehR)

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Not the full story. The FED still shifted the numbers to give you less and avoid pay keeping up with inflation for 50 years.

Mentions:#FED

was 2016 too late for google? 2019 Too Late For Amazon? 2020 too late for Microsoft? first half of 2021 AMD ? maybe... For the next 3 years... if the FED has their way..

Mentions:#AMD#FED

tldr; This article is the first in a three-part series on Eurodollars, the less regulated version of the U.S. dollar that resides in Europe. It will focus on Eurodollar futures as a proxy for the future expectation of FED rates. We'll also look at Treasuries, and then end it with a discussion on how unique this setup is as we loop inflation into the mix. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Nice FUD, people that write this crap either don’t understand or are working for the FED and IMF.

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If true, Ripple is a Ponzi scheme and nothing. They got into serious issue with the FED two years back. This could their pentince to avoid jail time.

Mentions:#FED

Excellent points! After the FED’s recent printing bonanza, they are closer to hay pennies anyways.

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Today I was at a radio club meeting that I hadn't been too in ages. One of the folks asked what I have been up to. I stated that I was working on understanding Bitcoin and how it functions. He stated right off the bat "but that stuff is not backed by anything". I was a bit amazed when I asked him what his USD was back by and to see the look in their eyes when he stated " Ah faith in the FED gov" It was funny but really not. Many do not even think about it. Anyway was a fun talk and think they had more to think about.

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They have to stop printing or risk destroying the entire economy. FED has set target of March to stop buying toxic debts from bank balance sheets.

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Till march 2022 arrives and the FED rugs the world .

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Uh, the Fed is a branch of the government no? Who picks the chairman of the FED?

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Got the FED releasing their report coming up.

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This is America, Don't catch you slippin' now. See how we dippin’ now. FED do be trippin’ now.

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Depends on what FED and the central banks will do. Will the deflate the amount of fiat by drastically increasing the interest rates, I think a bear market will be possible. However, they've all taken the strategy of that the pandemic must be over first before they let the economy collapse. One big problem at a time. I wouldn't see why they would cause catastrophe right now while the pandemic is ongoing.

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What do you guys think about the next FED meeting 25-26 jan.? Dump for a few days, or won't they talk about stuff that can be bad for crypto this meeting?

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You guys think there will be another big dump on 25-26 jan during the next FED meeting

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>(despite the fact that moons are a shit coin and that monetizing upvotes has ruined this subreddit and will ruin any subreddit) Moon hold worth better then ETH currently. Just saying ... Also - Enter key is your magical friend. Use it .... >President Bukake's .... In a shocking revelation we are in fact not political activist. We, as you do put it, suck him off because BTC politics he is pushing benefits us. We do not discuss, not care, his other qualities or lack there of. ​ This is no different for any other politician. Do I care what Powell's view is of gay rights ? No. He is chairman of FED. Or what kid of politicians are people behind EU crypt laws? No. Because it does not affect us. We do not support Bukake ( love the name BTW ), we support his view on BTC and crypto. It is not the same. Do I support Hitler ? Ofc not. Do I support his view of autobahns and railways around Europe ? Yes. we all had great benefit after WWII from traffic connections.

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#FED

The sometimes the FED doesn't have control over certain things...she is a very smart person, listen to some of hers interviews

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Bitcoin spent the last month going from 69k to 40k so .... The question is how much of that was people picking up on what the FED was going to do and how much was just incidental. Either way, there isn't really much room for the claim that BTC is unaffected. That being said, how many times have the FED said they will reduce QE and start raising interest rates over the past few years? Several that I can think of, and each time the stock market starts to collapse and the FED immediately reverses their statement. But, hey, maybe this time is different, just have to wait and see what they will actually do because if the past 10 years have taught us anything it is that what they say and what they know/do are often not only different, but opposite.

Mentions:#FED#BTC

Most likely in a mass adoption people would not manage their own BTC but keep it in a centralized institution. The same way people did not keep their own gold because they don't want the hassle/risk. So in a hyperbitcoinized world exchanges would defacto become the new FED and we have to trust them no to loan out more assets than they have. Since that is extremely lucrative I don't see them not doing it... Hopefully people will realize this and stick to LN but not sure if that is likely as the interfaces are nice and shiny on the exchanges\^\^

Mentions:#BTC#FED#LN

I dont think anybody in the crypto community wants to see the FED release a CBDC

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If the FED continues to blow money we are completely screwed. I mean the FED and other big bank or nations would just start to mine. They have the capital no.

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I do not think this is a bear market. Rather I personally think crypto still works in sync with the stock market. Omicron did create some FUD and stock market was down and then obviously FED increasing the interest rates due to high inflation further affected the market. So money started coming out of crypto as well which in turn created some FUD and retail investors started selling more(Domino effect). But I personally think this would bring on a sideways market for some time and then we are bullish again once all these news are well digested. Just my two cents.

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FED to buy 1 billion XRP tokens just before the SEC verdict?

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Its dumping again coz of FED willingness to raise interes rates, right?

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Imagine the FED or the ECB buying bitcoin, just imagine.

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What do you think the US is doing right now in the hearings with the FED and CBDC talk..... They just captured the entire crypto market the other day.... CBDC will be a reality and all ALLOWED stable coins will be pegged to the CBDC. With the amount of crypto tradeing that is cross paired with stables.... this move will effectively capture the entire crypto market without a shot fired and 99% of people involved in crypto even realising the ramifications of what the US politicians and FED have effectively done! They don't care if crypto exists or doesn't exist.... the only thing they care about is maintaining US reserve status. Its in their interest to allow the crypto sector to grow and boom.... as long as THEY receive the ultimate benefit from it.

Mentions:#FED

Big boys playing with Bitcoin and have to sell to cover bets or just swing traders Screwing the small investor with leverage just as with stock market. Bitcoin is an open market and not immune to this type of manipulation. FED interest rates affecting supply of free money also effecting price. I don't think BTC pegged to stock market per se.

Mentions:#FED#BTC

Maybe he’s been hired by the FED or CIA to undermine crypto. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Mentions:#FED#CIA

Wish FED's printers would freeze too! ![gif](giphy|5pUtmbXqKecmc)

Mentions:#FED

would be perfect if you correct: Edit: End the FED :)

Mentions:#FED

There is no retail panic. There were 128,000 options that came up recently and BTC is extremely sensitive to interest rates and the FED is raising interest rates soon which will put real interest rates above 0% for the first time in 4 years and when that happens, people are going to liquidate their margin calls which are around 20% with BTC which is a ridiculous number. There's no panic. Conditions are becoming unfavorable for BTC and that is not something that will change for a long time

Mentions:#BTC#FED

Imagine when central banks like the FED or the European Central Bank (ECB) join the party.

Mentions:#FED

Yep, the FED is going to make millionaires irrelevant pretty soon!

Mentions:#FED

either the treasury , the FED , or a government agency has been stock piling bitcoin under thousands of wallets . The government is retarded and poorly run but not braindead to worth risking it . Maybe space force kept seeing memes for going to the moon and got confused

Mentions:#FED

You're trying to time the market - which everyone will tell you isn't a good idea, but it's not that. It's that you didn't zoom out. There's no reason for Bitcoin to move right now (and that influences the rest of the crypto markets). No one knows what's going on yet. Some think the FED will jack interest rates a couple times, maybe up to four (Goldman). Bond tapering, China's debt, etc. There are a lot of uncertain variables in the market right now. If you're honestly trying to time an entry/exit - stop hunting for unknowns and start sniping the trail. You don't need to be ahead of a curve to make money - you just need to not be behind it. Look at October as an example. Would've been great to invest in September, right? But even if you waited until the first big leg up on Oct 1st, you had at least a week of major positive entry. You can follow the leader and still be profitable.

Mentions:#FED

Let's leave our congress and FED out of this

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Like everytime they say "Fed," they're yelling it at you. "The FED! is going to raise interest rates!"

Mentions:#FED

Inflation just hit a 30 year high in the US which is the global currency, the US FED is raising interest rates, Stock market and S&P are at all time highs And they are starting tax season almost 3 weeks early here in the states. Cryptocurrency has been in a downtrend since November and not even near the 200 EMA…. Does that sound like a bull market to you? All these clowns criticizing and giving advice and how you’re supposed to properly DCA’ing Are the same clowns who ride it to the bottom. Once it’s in a clear down trend you STOP DCA’ing and wait for the bottom which you’ll know you’re there because it will be panic in the /cc. THEN You take that cash you were sitting on and buy

Mentions:#FED#STOP

I am looking forward to Grayscale and the other cryptos organizations to start their lawsuits against the FED.

Mentions:#FED

People should realize there are different types of fiat. The big distinction is if the issuer of the fiat currency can issue new fiat at will, or each new issuance comes with a liability. The reason why countries like Zimbabwe currency failed is because the government can print unless amounts of money with nothing backing them and nothing to remove them from circulation in the future. Plus its worse that they are physical cash. Would the US go into hyperinflation? No, unless Congress changes how the Federal Reserve is chartered and what the dollar is. Currently all dollars ARE BACKED BY SOMETHING. The Federal Reserve isn't allowed to create new money, they can simply create currency by holding assets. Every dollar the FED "printed" is backed by something on their balance sheet. They cannot simply make new money. When the value of the assets on the balance sheet goes down, for example they bought an Apple Stock at $200 and now its $150, now there is a difference and by law the US treasury must always cover the liability. If the FED makes a profit that goes to the treasury. The FED is always at $0, assets minus liabilities. The vast majority of the balance sheet is US treasury bills, aka government debt. The US treasury sends the FED an IOU, the FED "prints" currency, the treasury spends currency and circulates the money into the economy. Same as Zimbabwe. Not so fast! The treasury now has a DEBT, a lability. Remember, every dollar is someone's lability. Its a debt based system. Now the US government has to collect taxes from the economy to pay interest on its debt and repay bonds when they are due. This REMOVES money from the economy. Mechanisms like this did not exist in Zimbabwe. Furthermore, as most currency is not physical, we cannot have the memes of buying bread with $100,000,0000,000 USD in the future. Where will you even get that money?

Mentions:#FED

Fuck the FED. They’re the absolute worst thing that happend in Finance.

Mentions:#FED

I would say clearly those tools have started failing, look at the global inflation for 2021. Look at the firing of top level officials and a year of the FED boldly lying to everyone about the transitory nature of the inflation. Look at the job markets, torn to shit, wages won't move and people are leaving their shit jobs. Every printed dollar went to pumping stock prices and that money was lost in a trading session. Interest rates have been zero bound for a decade and have even started dipping negative in places. Banks are interested in crypto for a reason

Mentions:#FED

You're right it's the Fed Up taking the announcement my bad I got the sec the FED mixed up

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I don’t think ETH is going to be a transaction layer. Like I said I see it as an institutional banking layer. Transactions happen everywhere. What we are talking about is the reasoning for the transaction. So like I said I see this in 3 layers which I am relating to the current paradigm. FED layer (monarchical) Private banking Layer (oligarchical) Personal transaction layer (Democratic) Not sure if you’ve noticed but the current system is trending towards all layers being under the FED level.

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That’s the last thing we need is FED regulation. That’s the whole reason I got into CRYPTO is to get out of FED regulations!

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Stop talking already you FED, you guys are getting annoying now.

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LOL, I am the one who was saying people that there is no squeeze happening. Lustrate again. I told everyone that FED will never let that happen and they should leave stock market altogether, because it's rigged to shit.

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I have a hard time to belief those announcements. We have to wait until it is or is not actually happening and see if the volume is more than a symbolic gesture. The FED bought 5 Trillion of government bonds during the pandemic alone. IMHO they cant dump any significant portion of that without crushing the global bond market. *This would lead to the majority of the balance sheets of all Banks becoming worthless and countries having to pay real interest rates again when borrowing money which most of them cant afford anymore. Ultimately this would bankrupt the whole western banking industry and probably also a lot of entire countries in the western world. Whole industries, currencies and maybe even societies would collapse. Or in other words: 2008 would look like a small correction compared to this.*

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We’re hopeless. Hayek’s definition of inflation is the increase of money supply. Guess what, FED’s infinite dollar printing machine won’t stop anytime soon. They create currency out of thin air, buy bonds, force the privatisation of goods and services and buy these with the fake money they have just printed. This whole system is a scam. God bless Satoshi for coming up with BTC and all the people that cane after in the cryptospace.

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The problem is that the statements "the FED is printing money" and "inflation is bad" are both grossly oversimplifying highly complex concepts that very few people actually (care to) grasp. By positing that actual economists "wiggle out of debate", you are basically admitting that you are ignorant and only wish to have your biases (i.e. the statements above) confirmed.

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And yes, of course the FED should have an interest rate as to decentivize from borrowing money and overspending from the gov

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That’s what would happen with a CBDC from the FED. Not saying this won’t have a similar trajectory, but I would gladly take a digital currency offered by a large group of existing commercial banks than from the FED. I know the FED is technically a private institution but it is so closely tied to the government that all the things/fears you mention would be a given. Really what I would like to see at this point is a digital currency offered by credit unions/small regional banks. It may give small banks a way to level the playing field since they are currently held to the same regulatory constraints as big banks which are much more capable of staffing/complying. Our financial system sucks. But… a reasonable solution is hundreds/thousands of small banks instead of the consolidation/cannibalism of the banking sector that has plagued it for decades.

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We just had the most disappointing bull run in the history of bitcoin, all while having the most fiat in circulation in the history of our species (not to mention some of lowest interest rates ever allowed by the FED). We did not reach the top of the logramithic growth band and we watched the stock to flow model fall apart before our eyes. The only thing holding up price right now are the nearly trillion dollars in unbacked stablecoins. It’s a well oiled machine for extracting retailers common man’s wealth. Every crypto law passed in the USA so far has been to the detriment of the blue collar investor. There are no investor protections, only laws to tax the hell out of anyone who is lucky enough to make money. The. IRS just received 50 billion specifically earmarked for crypto tax compliance, and this is after decades of having their enforcement funding cut. We are at the top of a bubble man. The moment the majority of people in a market catch on to how it operates is the moment it changes its behavior.

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FED talks again

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FED talks again after FOMC two-day meeting on January 25-26

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Lol, again dumb conclusion. The market already priced in the interest rate hike and inflation. They are waiting whether the inflation rate is within or more than the consensus. If the inflation rate is more than consensus expect the market to dump, because that means FED will be pretty harsh with their hike.

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There’s a limit to what they can do to the interest rates or the national debt will drown us. There’s a limit to what the government can do to impose higher taxes when inflation is that high, because us working stiffs will be left with fewer crumbs when wages don’t keep up with inflation as it is. Higher interest rates means bigger payments on car loans and mortgages as well as consumer debt. And the average household didn’t have a $500 emergency fund as it was. It ain’t the FED that’s in trouble, they’re rich and can live in another country in a heartbeat. It’s US that’s in trouble.

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The FED is shutting down exchanges?

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Haha I knew it but it's true. If you are on of those pro censorship, anti privacy, anti free speech, pro FED, cpi truther parrots you should get out of crypto or stfu. Because we are going to improve the world, increase privacy, spread free speech, and decrease dependency on rulers with or without you. But if you own crypto you are supporting that and that's a fact.

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