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I've been thinking.

How about if bitcoin merely stabilized
No crazy crash.. no crazy gain. Just achieves a maximum future expected growth arc and stabilizes.

This seems to be 1 idea no one is talking about which is why I give it weight.

I think at this point after an ETF, boredom is the only catalyst left.
then it would become a true store of value.
Say it even maintains inflationary growth trajectories.

2% a year here... 1.5% a year there.. down 3% in a recessionary year.

Thoughts on true digital stability?
 

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I've been thinking.

How about if bitcoin merely stabilized
No crazy crash.. no crazy gain. Just achieves a maximum future expected growth arc and stabilizes.

This seems to be 1 idea no one is talking about which is why I give it weight.

I think at this point after an ETF, boredom is the only catalyst left.
then it would become a true store of value.
Say it even maintains inflationary growth trajectories.

2% a year here... 1.5% a year there.. down 3% in a recessionary year.

Thoughts on true digital stability?

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With a fixed amount of coins to be issued at an ever decreasing rate, bitcoin by nature is deflationary by design. Hence, the dollars per bitcoin will (in theory) keep increasing. Uncle Sam will also continue printing money at an ever increasing rate further enhancing bitcoin's value.
 

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if anyone is looking for a high risk play....

$MUTE - super low marketcap, and low supply max.

Currently 82cents per token...believe it's only on UniSwap

It's supposed to have a solution to ETH gas fees utilizing ZK Rollups.
 

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I've been thinking.

How about if bitcoin merely stabilized
No crazy crash.. no crazy gain. Just achieves a maximum future expected growth arc and stabilizes.

This seems to be 1 idea no one is talking about which is why I give it weight.

I think at this point after an ETF, boredom is the only catalyst left.
then it would become a true store of value.
Say it even maintains inflationary growth trajectories.

2% a year here... 1.5% a year there.. down 3% in a recessionary year.

Thoughts on true digital stability?

There are crypto coins out there that are way better suited to being used as currency than BTC, many and multiplying like bunnies.
 

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He’s the guy on ESPN who does commentary because he was too scared to play the sport.

thinks he knows all about the sport without ever stepping onto the field

The sport is investing and I do OK, crypto is a player, some want it on their team and some don't.
 

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View attachment 1723855usage growth looks identical to the lindy effect chart.

quad

was thinking about your analogy of silver futures/etf to a bitcoin futures/etf.

Given the ease of Bitcoin holding/storing/moving...and the difficulty of metal holding/storing/moving...perhaps the latter is the main reason paper versions were necessary?

Given the prior, I really wonder if futures/paper etf of Bitcoin will be a big deal or even a detriment.
 

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BTC on the brink of 60k . If it cracks that resistance.... It's gonna ****ing moon by the end of the year. Buy BTC and ETH or forever hold your piece. US dollar is heading straight to hell.
ETH flirting with $4k again. I also don't feel optimistic about the dollar at all. Looks like the dollar is experiencing a hyperinflationary collapse against cryptos.
 

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I don't know...looks like it might have broken the wrong way.

View attachment 1723853

Only time will tell. I wouldn't mind a step back in the short term. Give me another purchase point. .000027 is too high for me. I don't trust it enough.
Seems to me that SHIBA had it's run for now. I will get into it at some point. Waiting for the other cryptos to catch up. Some SHIBA profits are probably bleeding into Bitcoin, Ethereum and others right now.
 

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The biggest investing mistake i've ever made is putting more money in LTC than BTC since in 2017 a smart guy I know told me that LTC has more room to grow and more utility than BTC.

Regardless, if BTC holds $60k today and tonight, it's gonna keep moving up and bringing most alts with it.
 

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