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March 23, 2018, 06:25:06 PM
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Hello, got thinking what most of newbies are awaiting so eagerly right now... When the new bull run will begin and will it break current records?

Or more specifically what could trigger such viral bull run?

Could it be the single billionaire whale entering the market?
Could it be the fiat-to-crypto major exchange pairings?
Could it be the major company, such as TESLA or Facebook or Amazon introducing their own coin?
Could it be the some major company such as Ebay or Amazon accepting crypto payments?

What is your idea? what could push it?  Huh
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March 23, 2018, 06:34:30 PM
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Good news coming in, BTC going up which fuels other altcoins and new 300m tether have been created, so we might see another run once they are utilised, let's not forget forces the forces of demand and supply where many people start buying, prices will shoot ATHs
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