Many new Bitcoiners coming to the space are not interested in Bitcoin as a tool for self-sovereignty and freedom. They want profit only. Therefore they do not care to learn how to control their private keys, but rather buy an ETF or another custodial solution. If more and more (traditional) institutions gain control over private keys they could pose a threat to bitcoin’s consensus. Meaning: they will not support the fundamental philosophy of Bitcoin but the interests of themselves. That would not be Bitcoin anymore. Therefore learn how to hold your own keys and tell your peers to do so too.
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“The point is simply that the financial data of law-abiding individuals is better protected by Bitcoin than by Alipay.” Bitcoin Is Winning the Covid-19 Monetary Revolution
Bitcoin isn’t valuable due to tech or miners or exchanges or institutions.— Naval (@naval) November 27, 2020
Bitcoin is valuable in direct proportion to diehard believers that agree to transact directly with each other under its rules.
Someone, somewhere, is always ready to give you their house for Bitcoin.
Guggenheim's $5 billion Macro Opportunities Fund wants Bitcoin exposure.— Kevin Rooke (@kerooke) November 28, 2020
On Friday they filed an SEC amendment allowing them to invest up to 10% of their fund in $GBTC.
A 10% investment would be worth $487M, and would be $200M+ larger than their next largest position. pic.twitter.com/U34xqkBOH1
The rule of thumb for installing any Android app is to first go to the legit website of the organisation and then follow the Play Store link from the website. Never search and install an app directly from Play Store, unless it has a million reviews— satoshi lady サトシレディ (@SatoshiHodler) December 2, 2020
“…the hits on our website was 3,000 on Covid, 3,000 on monetary policy, and 600,000 on Bitcoin.” - Blackrock CEO Larry Fink
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No financial advice. DYOR.