Bitcoin & Ethereum Ultra Bullish Above $50K Nice Fake Out To Shake Out Weak Hands



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  1. The stock-to-flow model by Plan B estimates the Bitcoin price at $100k – 288k at the end of this year.
    "This thing is not a toy anymore." "The stock-to-flow model is on track like clockwork" – Words of Plan B…………………..

  2. Top 4 cryptocurrencies to invest in 2021. Portfolio of coins set to explode: Reddcoin (RDD), Dogecoin (DOGE), VeChain (VET) and Zilliqa (ZIL) …

  3. Bitcoin is the future ,investing in it now is the wisest thing to do now especially the current rise
    Despite all the economic crisis this is the right time to start up an investment. It's no surprise a secure global and digital currency has claimed the interest of investors. It's open to everyone and provide an exciting opportunity to delve into an entirely new asset class.

  4. i watched a short documentary about the "like a rolling stone" recording and this producer said "i saw bob and you can tell he has the holy spirit in him". That's why i am here with Jordan and that's what makes him different. Love being here

  5. People poorly explain the miner rewards to people who don't understand. The halving gets explained from the miner PoV. IT is supply that is halved. That is the point.

  6. Regarding my gold-BTC question you have displayed, Jordan: it is more of a structural nature than shorter-term trades might require (after I saw Mark Cuban’s tweet to Peter Schiff). I have gold miners & royalties to hedge against my big BTC positions. & I am not a trader, not my strongest suit… Yesterday you mentioned that you were going to exit into gold in due course. So, I infer that you claim gold is not dead/dying as a monetary metal as opposed to the BTC maximalists out there (& miners/royalties can still offer profitable business models if one waits long enough, despite the rise of BTC & in yields)?

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