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Bisq Market Day - March 20th 2023


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March 21, 2023, 10:57:11 AM
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#BUSD   , the most fiat-backed stablecoin, audited by big audit firms, regulated by the NYDFS, was forced to wind down (no new minting).

USDC is shrinking in market cap too due to bank closures.

USDT is growing.



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March 21, 2023, 12:09:03 PM
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I am starting to lose hope that banks will collapse. Even if when fiat goes belly up, There will always be sheeple who need others to take responsibility for holding their money.

For some reason those people think that if they lose their money, its over. But if someone else loses all their money, they will pay them back someday, because they are "obligated". Roll Eyes


even fiat has been partnered at the shop or at the nearest vegetable stall. bank activities for transfers and so on, it's like being taken over without having to open an office and a handful of cost allocations, but everyone's bitcoin is easy and can be without fees if you start at a local exchange center offline store though, I had time to think so.
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March 21, 2023, 12:33:39 PM

There was a crossfitting young dude
Who liked to drink beer in the nude
In innocent bliss
He selfied his piss
But most of the comments were rude

#nohaiku

Indeed not a haiku. It's a limerick.
______

The limerick's a verse form complex
Whose contents range mainly to sex.
It burgeons with virgins
And masculine urgin's
And swarms with erotic effects
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Maybe Mondays should be Limerick Mondays.

I actually find limericks much harder. Not sure I can churn out one each week.
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March 21, 2023, 01:17:30 PM
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All banking Ponzi scams eventually crash and burn. Lol.

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March 21, 2023, 01:45:00 PM
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No more bear markets please.


Have they become unbearable?

Crossfit is for men,
Bitcoin is for men as well…
Guess what the dude is.


The man.

Sorry guys I had to keep my hat in the closet, so I am posting without one for now. Cheesy

No problem, between earning extra Bitcoin for doing something you already do (posting) and simply wearing a hat, earning more Bitcoin is the most Bitcoiner thing to do. Also, the OGs know what your hat looks like and the newbies don't. Secret hat club - We keep out hats in our hearts. Grin
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Bitcoin fixes it....



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It's all mathematics...!


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March 21, 2023, 03:04:05 PM
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No more bear markets please.


Have they become unbearable?

Crossfit is for men,
Bitcoin is for men as well…
Guess what the dude is.


The man.

Sorry guys I had to keep my hat in the closet, so I am posting without one for now. Cheesy

No problem, between earning extra Bitcoin for doing something you already do (posting) and simply wearing a hat, earning more Bitcoin is the most Bitcoiner thing to do. Also, the OGs know what your hat looks like and the newbies don't. Secret hat club - We keep out hats in our hearts. Grin

You got 10 merits for the same thing I said …. The man… and I got none…lol
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I actually find limericks much harder. Not sure I can churn out one each week.

There once was a CEO named Sam
Whose business turned out to be scam
Poor man went to jail
Scored F for a fail
And so did the rest of his fam

Easier than haiku if you ask me

You got 10 merits for the same thing I said …. The man… and I got none…lol

I can't give you 10, but here's a consolation prize. Kiss
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Cryptoverse: Bitcoin passes the bank stress test



News link

Bitcoin makes a new revolution.
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March 21, 2023, 03:43:31 PM

Maybe Mondays should be Limerick Mondays.
I actually find limericks much harder. Not sure I can churn out one each week.

It's easy to write pseudo-haikus and pseudo-limericks.

Just count your syllables (haikus) or stick to the rhyme pattern (limericks).

The real art is in the imagery. Haikus should be bucolic, limericks prurient.
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lose: unfind ... loose: untight


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March 21, 2023, 03:56:07 PM
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w.reuters.com/business/finance/us-regulator-taps-piper-sandler-new-bid-sell-silicon-valley-bank-sources-2023-03-15/

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Any buyer of Signature must agree to give up all the crypto business at the bank, the two sources added.

Fake news: https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2023/03/17/fdic-denies-report-signature-bank-purchaser-must-divest-crypto/

Will Reuters issue a retraction? I'm guessing no.
I shouldn't trust bogus sources  Angry
Sorry guys it really looked preposterous if true


Hmm... and now a retraction of the retraction? https://www.wsj.com/articles/signature-bank-new-york-community-bancorp-flagstar-bank-crypto-barney-frank-fdic-9b825e2e?st=y95l6439717zj3v&reflink=desktopwebshare_permalink
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w.reuters.com/business/finance/us-regulator-taps-piper-sandler-new-bid-sell-silicon-valley-bank-sources-2023-03-15/

A hidden pearl found at that link:

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Any buyer of Signature must agree to give up all the crypto business at the bank, the two sources added.

Fake news: https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2023/03/17/fdic-denies-report-signature-bank-purchaser-must-divest-crypto/

Will Reuters issue a retraction? I'm guessing no.
I shouldn't trust bogus sources  Angry
Sorry guys it really looked preposterous if true


Hmm... and now a retraction of the retraction? https://www.wsj.com/articles/signature-bank-new-york-community-bancorp-flagstar-bank-crypto-barney-frank-fdic-9b825e2e?st=y95l6439717zj3v&reflink=desktopwebshare_permalink

Can't believe the news
Wall Street Journal or Reuters
Shitposters at heart?




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Quote from: WSJ
Barney Frank Was Right About Signature Bank
The FDIC all but confirms it closed the bank over crypto.
By The Editorial Board
March 20, 2023 6:26 pm ET

The article is an opinion piece (and clearly labeled as such) by the WSJ Editorial Board. I am pleasantly surprised by the cut-through-the-bullshit attitude - my doubtful and bitter haiku notwithstanding.
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Answer: A perfectly honest politician Smiley
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