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January 17, 2018, 11:15:57 AM
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Hello


the sinking prices right now are normal, as China is celebrating new year on february and cashing also lot crypto to fiat.

the second point is, that big companys which invested into bitcoin are selling their stocks due to the holding contract of at least 365 Bank days , which means at new Year they have the option to sell, and yes they do, because they invested in the beginning of 2017 so they got a profit and reinvest soon.


US-Brokers got paid for the yearly generated income for the stock market!


2015-2017 its always the same a dumping Bitcoin price for 2-3 Month until it regenerates again in mid of March.

if you try to sell your Bitcoins now just because a propaganda is running through all the forums and you get scared to loose , you lost already! Stay calm and wait for the recovery back to 12-13k Euros.


China ban regulation is getting every year to the media, but thats just chit chat. There is no law for the miners or bitcoin platforms yet. so people are only afraid of some news which have no legitim law behind it yet.
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January 17, 2018, 12:05:00 PM
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Its really great explanation which gives hope for the investors . I have found lots of people spreading FUD in community . But your explanation really makes sense . I think even checking price history the same happened in previous years also.

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January 17, 2018, 01:21:05 PM
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China is celebrating new year on february

LOL. You do realize that's a month from now? February 16
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