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March 03, 2018, 09:15:01 PM
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I have read some posts and comments by senior members related on how the futures on Bitcoin are controlling the whole crypto-currencies market. Do you understand the effects? What your view?

suppose till the crypto market is still not in the trillions capital,
 WallSt can manipulate it for their need, but later supose it will be not so easy)
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March 03, 2018, 09:34:37 PM
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I have read some posts and comments by senior members related on how the futures on Bitcoin are controlling the whole crypto-currencies market. Do you understand the effects? What your view?

suppose till the crypto market is still not in the trillions capital,
 WallSt can manipulate it for their need, but later supose it will be not so easy)
Yes, the cryptocurrency market is too small compared to other financial markets in the world so it is vulnerable to wealthy investors but next year when the size of the market grows stronger Surely that will not happen again. I believe in the next five years the cryptocurrency market will be capitalized in other major markets such as Forex.
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