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Investors appear to have completed the majority of their profit-taking from GBTC, and this could ease the downward pressure on the price of Bitcoin in the coming period, per JP Morgan. GLTA!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Are ETFs the great crypto theft?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Serious question....

r/BitcoinSee Post

Shocking scam behind ETF - designed to kill BTC?

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

What benefits does Web3 event gives?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$MILBURN; your gateway to become filthy rich | Presale smashed | Launching on January 15th | Check them out now!

r/BitcoinSee Post

JP Morgan ✅ Adam Back Next

r/BitcoinSee Post

Will BTC approval be a stepping stone for supporting main stream commercial activity?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The narrative waves: 1."Close it down". 2."Already priced in". 3."Sell-the-news event" 4."Rug pull of a decade"

r/BitcoinSee Post

The greatest transfer of wealth in history is about to take place.

r/BitcoinSee Post

BlackRock Names JP Morgan As AP Despite CEO's Bitcoin Criticisms

r/BitcoinSee Post

YOU GAVE BITCOIN TO JP MORGAN

r/BitcoinSee Post

Jamie Dimon said btc should be banned. Now his bank JP Morgan has been named as an ‘Authorised Participant’ on BlackRock’s ETF application.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Blackrock names Jane Street and JP Morgan as authorized participants for their spot BTC ETF

r/BitcoinSee Post

Stop giving your money to people who want to ban Bitcoin

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bull case for Kadena (Kda)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Will anyone ever use Cardano, ETH, SOL, AVAX, etc for real applications?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin's tipping point: JP Morgan and ETFs with public miner CleanSpark CEO Matthew Shultz

r/BitcoinSee Post

Mr Robot warned us about JP Morgan’s stance in Blackrock’s Spot Bitcoin ETF 👀

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

These are very strange times, JP Morgan shilling ETH, former BTC hater Blackrock's CEO to launch BTC ETF, banks to acquire crypto trading licences...

r/BitcoinSee Post

JP Morgan and Jamie Diamond are NOT bastions of truth in comparison to BTC as they claim to be... Here's why...

r/BitcoinSee Post

Good luck Mr. Dimon... We already know how this movie ends 🍿 📺

r/BitcoinSee Post

Crypto is for criminals? JPMorgan has been fined $39B and has its own token

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

There is a website that tracks the total fines and violations of JP Morgan

r/BitcoinSee Post

Jamie Dimon: I 'Regret' Calling Bitcoin a Fraud

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Jamie Dimon: I 'Regret' Calling Bitcoin a Fraud

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Do You Think Futures Will Be the Best Crypto Game in Town Even After a Bitcoin Spot ETF?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

JP Morgan Questions Bitcoin Spot ETF Market Excitement

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I was looking into potential catalysts of the upswing

r/BitcoinSee Post

Which is Fraudulent – Bitcoin or JP Morgan?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan Predicts a 20% Hashrate Drop after Halving

r/BitcoinSee Post

While the crypto market is in a speculation state, institutions like JP Morgan are betting big.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How BlackRock Used Crypto To Complete Deal On JP Morgan’s Blockchain

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Institutional investors - good or bad guys?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan Crypto Lead: ‘99.9% of Conversations Are About Tokenized Assets, Not Crypto’ - Decrypt

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

6 years ago from today, the JP Morgan CEO said that Bitcoin is only used by "drug dealers and murderers" and he still does not believe in Crypto, yet we got mainstream adoption without him. We don‘t need institutions.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

UK & EU Web3 Founders - Seeking Alternatives as JP Morgan Chase Tightens Restrictions

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First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.

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After the successful launch of Everest Gaming's exclusive token; $GGH is finally launching its own NFTs | New Collection | Up to 40% discount

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Introducing $GGH Biggest Buy Competition | 15 bnb up for grabs | CMC & CG listed | Heavy marketing | Multiple Succesful projects from the dev

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Exactly six years ago from today, the JP Morgan CEO said that Bitcoin is only used by "drug dealers and murderers" and he even today does not believe in Crypto, still we got mainstream adoption.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitcoin up 500% since JP Morgan CEO said it was ‘fraud’ and only used by ‘drug dealers and murderers’

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

XRP Under Threat After JP Morgan Released Blockchain-Based Token

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JP Morgan contemplating a brand new blockchain-based settlement token

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Private Blockchains - Big Players are using blockchain tech without coins

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan considering a new blockchain-based settlement token

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Here comes my prediction what will happen to crypto in 2024

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan Predicts SEC Will Be Forced To Approve Bitcoin ETF

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan believes SEC will be forced to approve ETFs after losing case against Grayscale

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

"How does a Ponzi scheme with cryptocurrencies work?"

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Basic Overview of the Cryptocurrency Market - 08/26/2023

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto during a recession has never happened before - untreaded waters and what it could mean.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

It will suck if the 2024 Bitcoin Halving happens during a Recession

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why Crypto is NOT a Bubble

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitcoin 100x and Shadowy Figures

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Remember JP Morgan’s “coin killer”……..well it’s probably a security

r/BitcoinSee Post

The next 365 days are different than the last 10 years.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Crypto Podcast #53 JP Baric - All You Need to Know about Bitcoin Mining

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The necessary evil to mass adoption is crypto adoption by banks and the big institutions like JPMorgan

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Fidelity & JP Morgan are betting big on retail adoption: Just look at who they're hiring

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I just realized JPMorgan's CEO might be kinda slow or clearly biased to the max. In an interview, he said it is "totally untrue" that Bitcoin is scarce and "maybe it gets to 21 million & Satoshi's picture will come up and laugh at you and say na na". And by then "Satoshi would have taken billions"

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

It all adds up, not only we are bullish, institutions and companies are bullish, too (see new Reddit ToS)

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Bitcoin Mining and Halving: JP Morgan's Concerns, Centralization Debate, and Regulatory Considerations - Daoox

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

All the big companies that were calling Crypto a "scam" are now suddenly adopting Crypto, but with their evil and centralised twist. All they want is Control and Power.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitcoin Miners Face 'Stress Test' in Next Halving: JP Morgan

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The recent remarks on Crypto and possible ETFs by the big financial giants are likely not just empty words. Even if for their own advantage, they will pump money in.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto Adoption is Succeeding in the Corporate World

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why a big bullrun will come -or- Big institutional investors are rarely mistaken.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan accidentally deletes evidence in multi-million record retention screwup

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Just this year, JPMorgan CEO called crypto is a ‘hyped-up fraud’, a ‘waste of time’ and 'pet rock'. Yet we see JPMorgan launch a network with JPM Coin, which recently went live, that mimics real crypto but it's private and centralized. The issue is not crypto but about them having power and control

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan Activates Euro Payment Settlement With Its JPM Coin - Decrypt

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I am worried about the Crypto market because JP Morgan thinks worst maybe over, in general. They said that in Feb 2022 too.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Seems like this whole operation was to just kill Crypto companies and make room for the incoming financial giants in Crypto, like BlackRock.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The dark side of Blackrock's spot Bitcoin ETF

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[Serious] BIG - Wisdom Tree ($90 B), Invesco ($1.6 T), BlackRock ($10 T), Fidelity ($4.2 B) and Major Banks in the World. Everyone's eyeing Bitcoin and Entering into Market while SEC! deals with Binance and Coinbase, XRP-SEC! Coming to Conclusion. I Bet they Already Know what the Next move is.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

BlackRock's CEO called Bitcoin an index of money laundering in late 2017. Less than 6 years later and BlackRock files for spot Bitcoin ETF.

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JP Morgan analysts believe Hinman documents will spur altcoins to mimic Ethereum

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BlackRock, JP Morgan set up ‘reconstruction bank’ for Ukraine

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JP Morgan Weighs In On Hinman Documents • ProCoinNews.com

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19 States accused JP Morgan on closing accounts on religious or political beliefs. This is exactly why anonymity and privacy is so important in crypto as a future of finance and potential TradFi and banking replacement/improvement, as well as the significance of decentralization

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JP Morgan is like my imaginary girl friend

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

We should all remember that literally no company is “Too big to fail“, not even Binance or Coinbase. Don‘t bet too much on them.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Work hard now, play hard later😎🤑

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Will Coinbase, Binance, and the others survive?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

JP Morgan initiates a blockchain pilot with Indian banks

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Your USD fiat account in Crypto Exchanges are not FDIC insured. I read the terms of service and prove to you why. Backed by sources

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

JP Morgan Files Patent for ChatGPT Finance Clone, IndexGPT - DeCrypt

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AI That Gives Investment Advice? JP Morgan Working on ChatGPT Alternative

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JP Morgan believes that Bitcoin price could hit $45k

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

For the "future of finance", Defi platforms in crypto have some pretty weird names. PancakeSwap? IceCreamSwap? But then again older generations probably thought the same thing about companies like "Apple", "Alphabet", "Walmart" etc

r/BitcoinSee Post

Taboo Token Scam Exposed

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

As Binance sadly leaves Canada, I will humbly present you with my opinion as to what direction the cryptocurrency market as a whole might possibly head in going forward.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Short seller ban!

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Alvey Chain

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Alvey Chain

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TABOO Finalises Lucrative Deal Raising $10M at a $250M Valuation

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PacWest down 57% in after market: Party no over boys

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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I'm not convinced that anyone who appoints an ex JP morgan trader - luis caputo (he also ran argentinas centeal bank in 17-18) to dollarize their country is a friend of anyone except the banking cartel. But wtf do I know.

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JP Cuckgan lies to you so they can stack cheaper btc

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JP Morgan trying to keep you in FIAT so they can stack for cheaper

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It's still pretty early to tell just how much of an impact RWAs will have but when big players like JP Morgan and BlackRock are coming into the space talking about $16+ trillion of tokenized assets by 2030, it's probably best to pay attention. This technology has the potential to not only make markets more efficient, but also democratize processes like taking a company "public", or even allowing you to tokenize your shoe collection. Think of RWAs as the digital stock market 2.0. Pre 1960's markets on wall street were simply people trading physical pieces of paper back and fourth as representation of their company shares. In 1966 we saw computerized trading emerge and fast forward to today most people have apps on their phone allowing them to trade stocks directly from their pockets. Now we are seeing the emergence of RWAs which will allow for huge liquidity unlocks in traditionally illiquid assets (think real estate) while simultaneous creating instant settlement, low friction, and a cheaper trading environment. This is a win-win for big financial institutions and small retail traders alike. Imagine being able to create whatever kind of market you want, in a low cost, transparent, and fair manner. I encourage the people saying "crypto is still a solution looking for a problem" to do a true deep dive on RWAs and the exact problems they are trying to solve. This is truly revolutionary technology and while I'm sure there will probably be some growing pains as we paradigm shift into this new market era, this tech will fundamentally change our financial interactions. As far as projects in the space, there are quite a few popping up and I'm sure many more will follow. I've done a deep dive on several and Chintai stands out to me as a market leader among any I've looked at. They are building an out of the box solution to tokenize any asset and trade it on chain, offering customers the ability to whitelabel their own markets and trade RWAs in a legally compliant way. Think Shopify for tokenization. Anyone, including large TradFi companies bound by compliance can come in and create their own branded RWA exchange completely powered by Chintai. Most importantly, they've been building their platform for the past 4 years and have taken a compliance first approach by attaining 2 MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) licenses that allow them to legally tokenize and trade assets on their exchange. After FTX, LUNA, the SEC crackdown, etc. anyone messing around in this space without the proper licensing is in for a rude awakening, not to mention their access to large TradFi clients (e.g. Blackrock and JP Morgan) will be nonexistent. Chintai will definitely be one to have on your radar for the upcoming cycle.

I see. Those examples were from JP Morgan and BofA so I didn’t really understand what they were talking about. Thanks

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I can imagine. Been watching from afar all this time But it wasnt like that before .. Cant remember 2 bulls ago but i think Kraken was just giving accounts without KYC? Lol And the cycle before that it was just like ... mainly Decentralized wallets + very few apps that would mimick todays trading ( it was all peer to peer aactually) . The alternative was to buy it from a bank ..and that tx happened via the use of.. *drumrolling* ... you guessed it! *JP Morgan Chase!!!* But im guessing nowadays over there its easy to get overcome the current regulatory shenaningans with just a VPN or proxy right ?

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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Vet partnership with JP Morgan inbound? Rumors seem like there may be a real potential for this to come together as a payment solution

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Thank you. I’ll do some research on it. I’m investing around 75k… so even the persons I trust might get in trouble by getting big money into their accounts. They are all US / EU / JP based

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I think you need to appreciate the scale of the financial system that exists today. Look up the statistics on how many transactions per day are processed via visa/mastercard and how many fiat value is settled via JP Morgan per day. Blockchain is a good technology for the future of keeping track of share ownership however its not yet robust enough to run the entire financial system with.

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Yeah I agree that ICOs are fraud and likely are unregistered securities, but also even buying a token very early on is very different than owning a stock. If I bought XRP for example, I don't own any equity in Ripple, nor does Ripple have any post sale obligations towards myself as the buyer. I simply bought a digital asset on an exchange. I think it's perfectly fine for some sales of crypto to be registered as securities like in ICO situations, but again the SEC for years has been trying to argue that the token in of itself represents an investment contract scheme under Howey, which is where I have criticisms. I just think it's clear that there is a regulatory gap within crypto pertaining to securities laws that congress needs to address. I really don't think they're gonna go after ETH, not only because they would have done it by now and with the current market cap being so large, but with how entrenched some of the traditional players are in ETH like JP Morgan. I mean again using the logic they used in the Ripple and Coinbase case, I don't know how ETH isnt a security. Read up on Bill Hinmans speech in 2018 giving an exception to ETH and how Gensler couldn't answer if ETH was a security or not in front of congress.

Thats a quote specifically from Jaime Dimon with JP Morgan. He knows better but he still takes every opportunity to hate on BTC while JP Morgan buys more…smh…trad fi is fos

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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Are these banks in the room with us now? Because all I could find is 'partnerships' claimed on crypto news sites. JP Morgan is the only example where something happened. They ended up building their own blockchain.

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“I made a fortune selling too early.” — JP Morgan “I never invest at the bottom, and I always sell too soon.” — Nathan Rothschild Learn to sell early, live with regret and become rich because of it.

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Dimon's hypocricy about bitcoin considering JP Morgan's criminal history should be enough to convince any reasonale person that he i not someone from whom to take advice.

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Yeah, BTC Mkt Cap exceeded value of JP Morgan. Needed to cool a bit.

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Also they are being hosted at MWC, which is sponsored by JP Morgan. The marketcap jumped by 1 BILLION overnight. I’m not going to speculate, but something big is happening.

Mentions:#MWC#JP

Plenty of us never left, I’ve been DCAing since 2018 personally. I think something big is happening at MWC. Pretty sure that event is sponsored by JP Morgan.

Mentions:#MWC#JP

Nobody said that Haskell can't have vulnerabilities, but it's definitely more secure than other languages. There's a reason why Microsoft, Tesla, JP Morgan and a lot other big companies choose Haskell.

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

I don't think the media is a valid metric to pay attention to. They're the ones constantly wrongfooting retail. If you have a think about it, where are all the ETF investors getting their BTC from? Who is the provider of the BTC ETF? It's JP Morgan. Wouldn't it just be super strange if all those Bitcoins were accumulated by JP Morgan before prices rose, now they're being distributed directly to the ETF retail crowd? 🤔 I mean, if I were a financial institute that's exactly how I would have played it.

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It's crazy. I get emails almost daily from Coinbase and others - they're turning investing into gamification. You get rewarded, earn points, chances to win and shit - for spending money on really bad investments. Shows it is still the wild wild west out there. Can you imaging an email from JP Morgan offering you points that can be potentially redeemed for a trip to Cancun just for buying junk bonds?

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Don’t forget about JP Morgan and Epstein!

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CHEX is one to watch this cycle for sure. I don't know if you've heard of RWAs (the tokenization of real world assets) but these projects are primed to take over next cycle. Big players like Blackrock and JP Morgan will be coming into this space with loads of capital and there is an estimated $16T worth of assets to be tokenized by 2030. There are already several projects building RWAs but Chintai is a true market leader as they recognized the opportunity 4 years ago and started building their platform before anyone else knew what an RWA was. They also realized the importance of licensing and have taken a legal first approach by attaining 2 MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) licenses that allow them to tokenize and trade assets on their exchange. Anyone messing around in this space without a license is in for a rude awakening, not to mention their access to large TradFi clients (e.g. Blackrock and JP Morgan) will be nonexistent. Aside from all that CHEX is a utility token that is "the oil that powers the Chintai machine." Meaning that when these big players (or anyone) come in to tokenize whatever funds, real estate, commodities, bonds, etc, they are using CHEX or opting to pay fees in fiat which is then converted to CHEX creating upwards buy pressure. If that's not enough to love on it's own, the CHEX tokens are fully distributed (998.8 million tokens) and deflationary via buybacks and burns. You can't really get better tokenomics than this... I posted about this project a little over a week ago and it went from $0.05 (\~$50 million) market cap to $0.10 (\~$100 million). The good news is that the upside on this project is still insane, they barely even started their phased rollout and plan to tokenize billions of dollars in 2024 alone. As always please do your own research as nothing is a guarantee in crypto. Best of luck.

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tldr; Analysts are predicting a significant increase in Ethereum's price by the end of 2024. Altcoin Gordon has set a target of $11,250 for Ethereum, which would be a 3.4X increase from current levels. Factors contributing to this optimistic outlook include a deflationary supply since a major upgrade in 2022, the potential approval of an Ethereum ETF, and upcoming network upgrades like Proto-Danksharding. JP Morgan analysts also expect Ethereum to outperform Bitcoin due to the EIP-4844 upgrade. Other predictions include Ethereum potentially reaching $20K-$25K according to Defi Dad, and major network upgrades mentioned by Anthony Sassano. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#ETF#JP#DYOR

Really valid point. We are being bullied into sharing every aspect of our lives - and the biggest money launderers are actually in pain sight and don't care about regulatory fines because they make more from doing it (and are very much in need with regulators and government) yup JP Morgan, I'm talking about YOU

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In 2024, there will be 218,700 Bitcoin mined. In 2025, there will be 164,250 Bitcoin mined. A total of 382,950 Bitcoin over 2024 and 2025 combined. For BlackRock & Fidelity to allocate 1% of their assets to Bitcoin over the next 2 years. At a price of $45,000. They will need to buy 3.2 MILLION Bitcoin.... This is one source of demand from two institutions. This does not include retail, corporate, miners holding and 10 other sources of demand that may show up. The major difference between the Gold ETF launch and the BTC ETF launch in the US is that central banks already held most of the world's gold. In fact they had been working in concert with investment banks like Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan to suppress the price of gold by selling as much as they could in the 70s-90s. And despite this, gold had 4x in price since 2004 with the ETF when retail could start buying it. Today, no central bank holds any Bitcoin and only a few countries have bought it. There's about a dozen companies holding Bitcoin as well. Demand hasn't even come into the market yet, and this is for an asset that has absolute scarcity. We're not talking about a 4x for BTC price from the ETF, and we're not talking about a 10x over the next 10 years. It's more like a 10x over the next 2 years.

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Dont listen to what people say, watch what they do... The JP Morgan dickhead who said he'd fire anyone who bought or traded bitcoin calling it a scam.. Late last month, JPMorgan rolled out access to four funds from Grayscale Investments and one from Osprey Funds: Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, Grayscale Bitcoin Cash Trust, Grayscale Ethereum Trust, Grayscale Ethereum Classic Trust and Osprey Bitcoin Trust, said the people. Blackrock ceo calling bitcoin nothing more then money laundering, but then goes and buys 1 billion dollars worth of bitcoin....

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A huge chunk of their GDP growth was because of massive construction fueled by massive borrowing. Now the banks are out of money and the construction firms are collapsing, starting with the largest company there, Evergrande. Imagine if Apple, JP Morgsn, Walmart, and all the other blue chips went bust here. It's like that.

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Metamask, owned by consensys, series B funding by UBS, JP Morgan, Alameda..

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Authorized participants can redeem ETF shares (JP Morgan).

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You should probably read history instead of relying on what people tell you. Also. It started before FDR. It started in the late 1800s. Massachusetts cigar been America basically went bankrupt by the powers in hand like JP Morgan and the Rockefellers. Then the same people approach the government and basically bailed them out and intern started the Federal reserve act in 1913. Most people don't even understand that the Federal reserve isn't even part of the actual federal government it's a private centralized Bank that pays dividend to its private investors based off of the debt of the American people. More debt America is in...more payout for those with the Fed.

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It started before 1913 fam. Right when they bankrupt America on purpose then got bailed out by JP Morgan and the rest. The Federal reserve act was the biggest treasonous act that ever happened in American history and still continues to this day.

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#ETH#cats#JP

#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#ETH#cats#JP

"Hey! Don't use that dirty China USDT money! Use our lovely patented JP COIN™ ! Enjoy all the frills of crypto and defi but without the pesky anonymity! You can trust us - JPMorgan has a spotless history, and we comply with all laws!"

Mentions:#USDT#JP#COIN

Satashi is gonna take all my Bitcoin if JP Morgan is the market maker. Jamie Dimon told me so it must be true lmao

Mentions:#JP

Oh ya, the market maker is totally going to lose the keys to Blackrock’s stash. That’s how it works. I love how you’re talking big about a market maker losing the ETF keys and bankrupting the entire ETF without knowing how it works. You’re about to get rugged by JP Morgan. Guess Jamie Dimon was right. Satashi is here to fuck you.

Mentions:#ETF#JP

JP Morgan? Oh boy you haven’t been following the news have you. You know as much about the ETFs as Satashi does about Bitcoin LMAO

Mentions:#JP

> Which institution responsible for the great financial crisis is running a Bitcoin ETF? Well if we want to get technical, JP Morgan had a fair bit to do with the GFC.

Mentions:#ETF#JP

I’ve tried saying this and got flamed. They’re not 1:1. If JP Morgan and other banks were openly rigging the gold and silver markets via ETF’s what kind of complete idiot would think these funds wouldn’t do the same. “Supposedly” they balance t+1 meaning by the end of the next business day. Except there’s no proof of this for us peasants and we have to take their word.. you know, kind of the antithesis of the concept of crypto🧐

Mentions:#JP#ETF

Why would they? That should be fairly obvious. Because the tech can have evolving use cases in its current form. JP Morgan coin is a horrible idea. Their backend is extremely antiquated and can hardly allocate headcount for dedicated R&D, let alone perform a rollout to…..competitors… Besides, CAO’s, FP&A heads, CFO’s, International Controllers, etc are already used to leveraging futures and derivatives with commodities. This isn’t much different. XRP is inventory, average costed, and can be leveraged in a number of ways on balance sheets, moving to P&L, and cash flows

Mentions:#JP#XRP

Why would anyone have any faith in XRP ? It should totally have lost its legal case, as its pretty much the textbook definition of a security, 100 % dependent on Ripple getting some kind of real use deal with anyone in banking to have any ongoing long term value, but even with the win, its still has a HUGE inventory of corporate coins just waiting to be dumped, and its 100% centralized. WHY would, say, JP Morgan coin go up in value ? And that is a coin from a real company, this thing is a pure fraud, literally every announcement from Ripple is a nothing burger, no one is using this crap, no matter what is announced. They are going to string along as many bagholders as they can, until the treasury is dry, and then they will bounce, and likely STILL not having any real banks using XRP, and why would they, when they can just make their own JP Morgan coin and use that, its not like the technology is anything special or secret.

Mentions:#XRP#JP

That’s not a great point. You could say the same that 80% of American’s own stocks or 80% of the American’s have houses so the prices cannot go higher because there is less demand. That’s NOT how supply and demand works, which is a main factor in moving prices. Research data from JP Morgan Chase also show that there’s little difference between the abundance of low income buyers vs high income, other than that their average purchase price. The gist of it is, people can always accumulate. Most people could own a small portion of an asset, but if they believe in the project they will continue to put money into it as an investment, which incomes a portion of their monthly/yearly income. This is what causes the price to consolidate and eventually push it upwards as there are always more buyers than sellers (until prices reach extended levels).

Mentions:#JP

Faith? It shouldn't be a religion. In my opinion, XRP is useless. Companies can create their own crypto (just as JP did) and private bros have theirs. XRP is something in between.

Mentions:#XRP#JP

JP Morgan's CEO came out and called BTC a fraud and shortly after JP Morgan has their own cryptocurrency. The game is to fud the market buy low and fomo the market and sell high. The answer to who is the people that psychologically play the international markets with important reputations they know can sway a market. Jim Cramer is a notorious subject. When Billionaires know their action's are watched it seem's fairly typically they preach against what they do. On another note when sentiment is high there's no money to invest, when it's low the market waiting for their reason to rush in with a pile of money and breakouts happen.

Mentions:#JP#CEO#BTC

Anyone that buys or trades Bitcoin through an ETF is trusting Blackrock or any other financial institution is actually buying it. They don’t have to purchase coins when you buy through an ETF, similar to what FTX did on their exchange. There is no proof they own the amount of bitcoin they say they have, look at the fines levied against Blackrock and JP Morgan for falsifying how much stock they’ve had. ETFs allow for shorting of bitcoin through their internal exchange.

Mentions:#ETF#FTX#JP

JP Morgan is working with Blackrock, managing their ETG

Mentions:#JP

Dunno why anyone listens to this guy. He doesn't even know how to pronounce Satoshi, calling him "Satashi". Total clown. Also, JP Morgan are APs for several of the ETFs - so watch what they DO, not what they SAY. All smoke and mirrors and bullshit.

Mentions:#JP

Sure …i could ! …but you sound like a JP Morgan fan.. so I won’t.

Mentions:#JP

JP Morgan is happy with people taking high interest loans...

Mentions:#JP

Please do it with a JP Morgan card as a fuck you to Jamie Dimon.

Mentions:#JP

Thats not true, no one is hacking JP Morgan and stealing 4 Billion. If you go into a branch office you may find a few 100k but nowhere near what these hackers are taking from exchanges. Literally millions and sometimes even billions going missing quite regularly, this does not happen with normal banks. Also with traditional banks, fraudulent transactions can be reversed

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#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#ETH#cats#JP

#Ethereum Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 1st place in the Ethereum Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Ethereum has been one of the top coins for more than 6 years now. And there are several reasons why it’s so popular: > > ​ > > * **Reliability** > > Launched in 2016, Ethereum has been very reliable. Some networks (e.g. Solana) had more issues in single week than Ethereum in all its history. The only issues I can remember is of course the [famous hack](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2020/09/17/the-55m-hack-that-almost-brought-ethereum-down/) (it was in the beginning of ETH) that led to the creation of ETH Classic and the network congestion in 2017 caused by… [internet cats](https://consensys.net/blog/news/the-inside-story-of-the-cryptokitties-congestion-crisis/). What else could it be, right? > > Other than that ETH remained very stable and trustworthy. It had no downtimes and new partners were joining the network which led to the next pro of Ethereum: > > ​ > > * **Adoption** > > One of the biggest advantages of Ethereum is its widespread adoption. It had the first mover advantage and it used it pretty well. Today the [Ethereum Enterprise Alliance](https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/) includes dozens of members, among them such big names as JP Morgan, Ernst & Young or Microsoft > > Every regular visitor to r/cryptocurrency is also probably aware that Reddit chose Ethereum for their community points program. Currently Moons run on one of Ethereum layer 2 protocols called Arbitrum Nova > > Also worth mentioning is the fact that the [total value locked on Ethereum network is almost 60% of all chains](https://defillama.com/chains) and almost 6 times more than its biggest competitors, Tron and Binance chains (both “just” 10%) > > ​ > > * **Advantages of PoW -> PoS transition** > > Transition from PoW to PoS of course has some disadvantages (the rich get richer) but it’s hard to deny that there are also some advantages. And probably the biggest one is the energy usage decrease. The [energy used by Ethereum is now almost 100% lower](https://blog.ethereum.org/2021/05/18/country-power-no-more) than when it was a PoW coin > > The other advantage of recent updates is the fact that ETH is now deflationary. After the implementation of EIP-1559 ETH now burns a fraction of the gas fees per transaction (so there are some positive sides to high fees too – more ETH is burned :P). [This year, in less than 3 months, more than 66,000 ETH was burned](https://finbold.com/ethereum-supply-drops-by-66000-eth-in-2023-making-it-deflationary/) > > And it’s not the end. Soon, on 12 April 2023, ETH will have another upgrade called Shanghai-Capella (Shapella). One of its improvements is [EVM Object Format](https://sensoriumxr.com/articles/375). It will separate code from data. It should make the network easier to use and it will reduce gas fees > > ​ > > * **Layer 2 solutions** > > One of the biggest problems of Ethereum are high gas fees. But thanks to a very active community and smart develoeprs this problem is circumvented. Layer 2 protocols have very low fees while utilizing the benefits of Ethereum blockchain. They decrease data traffic by redirecting it offchain > > Those layer 2 solutions are so popular that Arbitrum has 4th largest total value locked in it and Polygon and optimism are 5th and 6th respectively! ([https://defillama.com/chains](https://defillama.com/chains)) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/100p71b/top_coins_ethereum_proarguments_january_2023/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Ethereum) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#ETH#cats#JP

Well if JP Morgan says something it must be true

Mentions:#JP

We have seen far too many JP Morgan posts. Please everyone stop listening to them.

Mentions:#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

The issue is not BTC going to $1M. The issue is the USD going to 0.01 cents. Think about it. Most Bitcoin is being HODLed. Sure, there will be a bunch of new millionaires, but that wealth tends not to go anywhere . . . after all, why else would you swap your *other* assets (RE, Stocks, AU etc.) for BTC. The real issue is the geometric\* growth of US (and JP, GB, etc.) debt, All of these run away uncontrollably given enough time. How much time is enough? My best guess is sometime around 2040 . . . which isn't *that* far away. ​ \*Geomentric is not exponential - two *completely* different power series. I hate it when people use "exponential" without the faintest clue as to what it actually means.

Mentions:#BTC#AU#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Your mind would be blown if you saw how much money was sitting in some high profile JP Morgan accounts. At least this is transparent

Mentions:#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Doesn’t mean it’s not happening now. Point being new ETFs can create and redeem baskets of shares to BTC. Because this ratio of BTC to number of shares can change then new money going to BTC has much less impact on the spot price of BTC. Almost like how JP Morgan was found guilty manipulating the precious metals markets except this is legal because it’s in the prospectus that no one reads.

Mentions:#BTC#JP

Don't forget that JP Morgan will run out of customer money if to many come for withdrawals.

Mentions:#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

it wasn't even a week ago JP Morgan guy was still talking about how only drug dealers use it.

Mentions:#JP

JP Morgan cuts Coinbase to Sell. Surprise! Surprise!

Mentions:#JP

Just speculating I don’t have any hard evidence but I’m sure it’s out there - but at this point major financial institutions have to be tied (lol pun) to Tether directly or indirectly. Like JP Morgan must own Bitcoin and maybe they own some Tether. US govt will simply not fuck over the entire crypto space and by extension the banks. The fall out in terms of campaign contributions and potentially economic health will be bad.

Mentions:#JP

You can purchase them through JP Morgan self directed investing. They just make you acknowledge a warning about it being risky.

Mentions:#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

For both people who don't catch the reference: That someone is Jamie Dimon, from JP Morgan.

Mentions:#JP

Don't forget JP Morgan 😉

Mentions:#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Sell let me get this straight, JP Morgan holds btc, and they purposely release FUD. It's so obvious and frustrating

Mentions:#JP#FUD

We are far past the point where any one person's statement about Bitcoin would drastically affect the market (unless Satoshi came back of course). I think he just might be this stupid and even more glaring is that he had over a decade to learn how this works, but he STILL doesn't get it. Making the public think you are an idiot when you are the CEO of JP Morgan would have to have some elaborate plan in order for it to possibly be beneficial.

Mentions:#CEO#JP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yea exactly. The use case for Bitcoin is far less in countries with (relatively) responsibly central banks like US/EUR/UK/JP compared to countries like Turkey/Venezuela/etc. Then you have countries with capital controls like India/China/Russia with far stronger uses cases as well.

Mentions:#JP

Yeah, it’s called hyperbole and kind of a rhetorical device, yk? Besides, what’s possibly the motivation behind such statements 🤨? Don’t be willfully obtuse. This is about diminishing his qualifications. How naive are you people? Connections won’t bring you into positions where billions of investors‘ money is at daily risk of being lost, just to care for some alleged nepo baby. Yes, his circumstances surely helped tremendously. The same circumstances wouldn’t turn the average reddit basement dweller into JP‘s CEO, even if you guys jerk off to that fantasy every night: Redditor A: "he's not one of the richest dudes in the world on accident“ Redditor B: "Life is kinda easy when your dad can pick up a phone and get you a job anywhere in Wall Street"

Mentions:#JP#CEO