Swiss Regulations Are Driving ICOs Away (news.bitcoin.com)

Ever since ICO mania exploded in early 2017, Switzerland has served as Europe’s de facto crowdsale launchpad. Financial authorities have welcomed crypto startups, and the likes of Tezos, Mysterium, and Arcblock have all heeded that call. Guidelines laid out by Switzerland’s Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) in February were meant to add clarity for ICOs. Instead, they’ve had the opposite effect.
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Went away for a week. Now I'm the proud owner of 1 bitcoin. (reddit.com)

Before I left the price was $ 8500 and I had set a buy limit order on Gemini for $ 7K a few weeks ago when the price dipped below $ 10K. I figured it would never drop that low. I was on a cruise with no WiFi and roaming had no data for a week. So I arrived in Miami this am and the order had gone through. Insanity! I hope it doesn’t drop any more.

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As of today, 80% of all Bitcoins that will ever exist have been mined. The next halving is a little over two years away, at which point inflation will fall to 2%. This means central banks can only get at most 20% of BTC supply. Unless you sell it to them for their fiat altcoin.

As of today, 80% of all Bitcoins that will ever exist have been mined. The next halving is a little over two years away, at which point inflation will fall to 2%. This means central banks can only get at most 20% of BTC supply. Unless you sell it to them for their fiat altcoin. submitted by /u/wallyjo3
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