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Question: Will de Winklevoss ETF be aproved on march 11 ?  (Voting closed: March 11, 2017, 10:59:35 AM)
yes, MOON + Jupiter 100% - 38 (28.8%)
yes, small steady growth - 22 (16.7%)
no , dump incoming - 42 (31.8%)
no , small decrease - 21 (15.9%)
no , we are all going to die - 9 (6.8%)
Total Voters: 132

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April 26, 2017, 03:56:51 PM
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Not trying to be a fudster or anything, but yeah, this review just seems like a formality almost to cement the original rejection decision. Like them saying not just "No," but "Hell No!"
Maybe they tought that BTC would be done for when they denied it. Now we will reach a news ATH in the upcoming days. They cant ignore Bitcoin anymore, its getting to big

Yeah, I can see that. They thought their rejection of bitcoin would shut it down or deal some kind of death blow, idk. Afterwards, they realized, Bitcoin (and bitcoiners) don't give a sh!t and will continue to keep on keeping on regardless. The ETF may have figured, if we can't beat them, we can at least try to regulate them to some degree. I guess.

But for me they will look stupid if they approved in their review right? They already rejected and seems to me the review will end up the same. I think bitcoin is just fine without ETF, price is really increasing and everyone is happy. Cash is continuing to flow into the bitcoin ecosystem so again we are all good without the ETF.

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April 26, 2017, 04:03:21 PM
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Not trying to be a fudster or anything, but yeah, this review just seems like a formality almost to cement the original rejection decision. Like them saying not just "No," but "Hell No!"
Maybe they tought that BTC would be done for when they denied it. Now we will reach a news ATH in the upcoming days. They cant ignore Bitcoin anymore, its getting to big

Yeah, I can see that. They thought their rejection of bitcoin would shut it down or deal some kind of death blow, idk. Afterwards, they realized, Bitcoin (and bitcoiners) don't give a sh!t and will continue to keep on keeping on regardless. The ETF may have figured, if we can't beat them, we can at least try to regulate them to some degree. I guess.
True. We dont need an ETF but the SEC needs BTC. I cant wait untill the day when they have finished their review.
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April 26, 2017, 04:03:40 PM
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Not trying to be a fudster or anything, but yeah, this review just seems like a formality almost to cement the original rejection decision. Like them saying not just "No," but "Hell No!"
Maybe they tought that BTC would be done for when they denied it. Now we will reach a news ATH in the upcoming days. They cant ignore Bitcoin anymore, its getting to big

unless you think those who rejected ETF are a bunch of kids that just were born into the world of economy then no, that assumption is wrong Smiley
but on a side note, yaaay ATH, we have already broken $1300 ($1400 on fakefinex)

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April 26, 2017, 04:10:30 PM
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Not trying to be a fudster or anything, but yeah, this review just seems like a formality almost to cement the original rejection decision. Like them saying not just "No," but "Hell No!"
Maybe they tought that BTC would be done for when they denied it. Now we will reach a news ATH in the upcoming days. They cant ignore Bitcoin anymore, its getting to big

unless you think those who rejected ETF are a bunch of kids that just were born into the world of economy then no, that assumption is wrong Smiley
I have to admit that thats the perfect description about the SEC that I have in mind. But maybe they are a lot smarter then we think. SEC Devils masterplan. 1: Lets decrease the price by denying COIN ETF. 2 : lets bulk load cheap BTC. 3: Lets 'review' the our decision. 4 : Hmm lets accept it because Expert team really understands BTC and the Winklevoss ETF. Easy peasy lemon squeezy  Wink
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