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Bitcoin broke the $ 5,000 mark on April 2 grabbing the headlines across the globe. For traders, it was mainly about FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out).
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Simple reason .
People at work, mom and pop investor, shoe shine guy, joe public stopped talking about it .
I dont see anymore "get rich with bitcoin" commercials and ads as much anymore
cnbc stopped showing the bitcoin ticker during fast money
Bitcoin dropped over 15k and its still being called a bubble.
Because of the above it is time for me to get back in.
Opening a bank account and opening a brokerage account. Both are a headache. They are tedious, time consuming and tiring.
They are like this because the bank or brokerage firm is liable for your actions.
Decentalized networks, decentralized exchanges, decentralized market places, decentralized wallets are not liable for your actions nor can they be made to become liable. They are technologically neutral just like the internet, therefore need not impose any friction whatsoever.
Bitcoins killer use case is its permissionless nature.
Instead of bank branches and passports and forms and files and bometrics and hundreads of pen and paper signatures, now all you need is an app..
Send money globally, trade crypto assets globally, all without anyones permission.
That is something that is impossible to compete with.
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Over the last couple of weeks, bullish sentiment has returned to the crypto market. However, it's not Bitcoin (BTC) that is causing the stir, it's the …
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