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Lovin the hat.

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May 20, 2019, 02:49:52 PM

JP Morgan is now putting out reports about “Bitcoin’s intrinsic value.”

Thought it was worthless and had no value according to Jamie Dimon??

Never listen to what a bank says.

Watch what they do.

https://twitter.com/apompliano/status/1130444930885783553?s=21
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It is interesting that this ETF thing is so important. This side of the pond I could have invested in crypto ETFs for years now... Nothing new...
AFAIK, Crypto ETFs are baskets of shares of selected crypto companies. I think a cryptocurrency ETF exists already, but it includes ETH and other shitcoins. The ETFs under SEC scrutiny would include btc only. What's more, some of them are designed for settlement in kind, not in cash (that is, bitcoin - not USD). The importance or usefulness of such a financial instrument is debatable, but it can't be dismissed as "nothing new".

Where's the novelty? Everyone would be able to buy (paper) btc through their stock market broker, without having an account at an exchange. Besides, if the settlement is really in kind, the ETF issuer would have to hold/buy/sell matching amounts of the underlying asset (btc) or bear the risk when the ETF holder asks for payment. That is, if fuckery can be ruled out. Which is a big IF.
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Lovin the hat.

Thanks!

 Hey! Did you see some little prick drop-kicked the Governator while his back was turned?  He took it like the champ he is though and in his typical deadpan style said, "I'm just glad the idiot didn't interrupt my Snapchat."

https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/schwarzenegger-kicked-south-africa-1.5141774


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May 20, 2019, 03:18:12 PM

re: Poll. Voted 2020. Don't see a new ATH this year.

Gut is telling me once we breach $9k, it's going to be a very hard slog to find support at $10k.

$900 you mean ? lol when does uncle sam reboot this shitcoin Wink weee
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May 20, 2019, 03:37:54 PM

re: Poll. Voted 2020. Don't see a new ATH this year.

Gut is telling me once we breach $9k, it's going to be a very hard slog to find support at $10k.
I voted 2019 .reason:  THIS IS BITCOIN
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It is interesting that this ETF thing is so important. This side of the pond I could have invested in crypto ETFs for years now... Nothing new...
AFAIK, Crypto ETFs are baskets of shares of selected crypto companies. I think a cryptocurrency ETF exists already, but it includes ETH and other shitcoins. The ETFs under SEC scrutiny would include btc only. What's more, some of them are designed for settlement in kind, not in cash (that is, bitcoin - not USD). The importance or usefulness of such a financial instrument is debatable, but it can't be dismissed as "nothing new".

Where's the novelty? Everyone would be able to buy (paper) btc through their stock market broker, without having an account at an exchange. Besides, if the settlement is really in kind, the ETF issuer would have to hold/buy/sell matching amounts of the underlying asset (btc) or bear the risk when the ETF holder asks for payment. That is, if fuckery can be ruled out. Which is a big IF.

The swedes have an ETN that tracks Bitcoin only. They call it an etf. As I understand it it is an ETN though.
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May 20, 2019, 03:59:00 PM

re: Poll. Voted 2020. Don't see a new ATH this year.

Gut is telling me once we breach $9k, it's going to be a very hard slog to find support at $10k.
I voted 2019 .reason:  THIS IS BITCOIN

Never Go full retard  Wink
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Lovin the hat.

Thanks!

 Hey! Did you see some little prick drop-kicked the Governator while his back was turned?  He took it like the champ he is though and in his typical deadpan style said, "I'm just glad the idiot didn't interrupt my Snapchat."

https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/schwarzenegger-kicked-south-africa-1.5141774


edit: the hat looks good on you!

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LOL why is that guy kicking this old horse from the back? 🤣

Good morning WO brothers.

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$9k please.
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May 20, 2019, 04:05:34 PM

What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2020 is my guess.
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It is interesting that this ETF thing is so important. This side of the pond I could have invested in crypto ETFs for years now... Nothing new...
AFAIK, Crypto ETFs are baskets of shares of selected crypto companies. I think a cryptocurrency ETF exists already, but it includes ETH and other shitcoins. The ETFs under SEC scrutiny would include btc only. What's more, some of them are designed for settlement in kind, not in cash (that is, bitcoin - not USD). The importance or usefulness of such a financial instrument is debatable, but it can't be dismissed as "nothing new".

Where's the novelty? Everyone would be able to buy (paper) btc through their stock market broker, without having an account at an exchange. Besides, if the settlement is really in kind, the ETF issuer would have to hold/buy/sell matching amounts of the underlying asset (btc) or bear the risk when the ETF holder asks for payment. That is, if fuckery can be ruled out. Which is a big IF.

The swedes have an ETN that tracks Bitcoin only. They call it an etf. As I understand it it is an ETN though.

You can buy that ETN (called Bitcoin tracker or something similar) on Fidelity (even retirement accounts can buy).
I bought a little just to see how it works. It does track btc mostly OK. Big gaps because of weekends, of course.
Trades as CXBTF (in US).
https://xbtprovider.com/products/bitcoin-tracker-one
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May 20, 2019, 04:08:48 PM

Lovin the hat.

Thanks!

 Hey! Did you see some little prick drop-kicked the Governator while his back was turned?  He took it like the champ he is though and in his typical deadpan style said, "I'm just glad the idiot didn't interrupt my Snapchat."

https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/schwarzenegger-kicked-south-africa-1.5141774


edit: the hat looks good on you!

edit2: compliments of MrFreeRoMan


 
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Edit: @xhomerx10  can you prepare for me a hat, please! But I can wear only in a month

 FYI file size has to be < 2.5MB or it wont display.

edit: Wow.  I am just not keeping up today!  No problem about the hat.
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It is interesting that this ETF thing is so important. This side of the pond I could have invested in crypto ETFs for years now... Nothing new...
AFAIK, Crypto ETFs are baskets of shares of selected crypto companies. I think a cryptocurrency ETF exists already, but it includes ETH and other shitcoins. The ETFs under SEC scrutiny would include btc only. What's more, some of them are designed for settlement in kind, not in cash (that is, bitcoin - not USD). The importance or usefulness of such a financial instrument is debatable, but it can't be dismissed as "nothing new".

Where's the novelty? Everyone would be able to buy (paper) btc through their stock market broker, without having an account at an exchange. Besides, if the settlement is really in kind, the ETF issuer would have to hold/buy/sell matching amounts of the underlying asset (btc) or bear the risk when the ETF holder asks for payment. That is, if fuckery can be ruled out. Which is a big IF.

The swedes have an ETN that tracks Bitcoin only. They call it an etf. As I understand it it is an ETN though.

You can buy that ETN (called Bitcoin tracker or something similar) on Fidelity (even retirement accounts can buy).
I bought a little just to see how it works. It does track btc mostly OK. Big gaps because of weekends, of course.
Trades as CXBTF (in US).
https://xbtprovider.com/products/bitcoin-tracker-one

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May 20, 2019, 04:32:02 PM

re: Poll. Voted 2020. Don't see a new ATH this year.

Gut is telling me once we breach $9k, it's going to be a very hard slog to find support at $10k.

$900 you mean ? lol when does uncle sam reboot this shitcoin Wink weee

gembitz, how much do we have to pay you to not post in our thread again?
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Gonna give whiskey another chance, which one should I take??

BTCMILLIONAIRE ??
I haven't tried any of those yet. Tongue

Way too late, but bourbons are generally milder and sweet.
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May 20, 2019, 04:48:09 PM

What year will we achieve a new ATH?
2020 is my guess.

I went for 2021, that’s what I said when we hit the bottom so I can’t change my mind now. It’d make me look like an idiot.

I always think the price increases for a while until the halving then we have 3-6 months to wait until the halving takes full effect then we have lift off.

I’m calling the new ATH - Q1 or Q2 of 2021.
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May 20, 2019, 04:55:50 PM

Yep we're going down. 7750 as I write.
Yeah we're going UP. 7771 as I write

7860

Where we going @ me bro's?
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