The Crypto Default Just Got Worse | Explained

The Crypto Default Just Got Worse | Explained

Explaining how the crypto default just got worse: ▻ Get $100 Bitcoin for retirement: ▻ Get up to a …


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  1. I don’t understand how “regulating” an asset with no intrinsic value like “BitCoin” can protect it. Can someone explain? Why would it be called regulating it through anyways.

  2. Isn't the whole idea going into cypto is to be free from regulation and government? Why of of the sudden when everyone lose money, they want to regulate?

  3. <Success is important but I just finished reading Outliers. In it he explained that 20% of the world's top billionaires in the 1900s were all born in the US between 1830 and 1835. He explained that it was a statistical anomaly and that the reason was massive societal changes during the civil war, 1865, that allowed them to capitalize on them as they were in their prime working age of 30-35. In relation to Fourth Turnings, that was one then. We are in one now, we have been for over a decade. As a 35-year-old who isn't 45 and vested in the old Ponzi schemes that are housing, stocks, bonds, and SS I am able to capitalize with my full potential on the destabilization of remonetizing money. A 25-year-old is not at a high enough earning potential to make major investments. This is literally the opportunity of a lifetime. And if you believe in The Sovereign Individual, this is the opportunity of five centuries. The world will change in less than 10 years and one has to only see con job 19 to see that governments don't care about your safety. As they realize they don't have the money for pensions they promised everyone they will eliminate their liabilities. Unfortunately, those liabilities are you and I. Think for yourself and put yourself on the Bitcoin Standard! I buy and just trade long term more than ever, I have made over 16` BTC from trading with Kyle Miller in a few weeks this is one of the best media to backup your assets in case it goes bearish. Technical analysis is my second language <You can reach Kyle on ͲeIє-ɠɾαm on KyleMiller3

  4. Hello Andrei Jikh, I follow your channel and there are so many good videos and with a ton of information, so thanks for that. But in this bear market, specially crypto, but I saw that you use Blockfi, and as Celsius this is a loan crypto company and also interest rate. You are using this company, and I think you have show it a few times. But I would like to know if you recommend still using Blockfi (or please if anyone read this messages and can reply I would appreciate that share the information that found about blockfi), since it has been rescued and also maybe it will be bought. I am new to investing so to all I really appreciate your help and information. Thank you.

  5. Where interest is paid, only the recipient of the interest receives any benefit from the interest money. According to Surah Al 'Imran, verses 13–132 in the Quran: "O believers, take not doubled and redoubled interest, and fear God so that you may prosper".

  6. Given the fact the like button turns on then off then on then off (Etc etc), pressing it 10.000 times would eventually turn it off again.

  7. poor content. new people already coming to take your place with lower quality editing. You are like a back up content on things we question lol… its not bad, but its nothing we will hold on to or look forward to….. But most of all its your voice AND face who we are getting tired of 🙂

  8. A collateralisation ratio of 1% ??? – I can't even get a ratio of 100%. I need a deposit to buy a home of at least 10%. Hmm – something seems off here.

  9. Allowing a new investment vehicle, an ETF, is not “regulating Bitcoin”. It’s the opposite. And not understanding the significance of such a large fund turning out to be one of a number of Ponzi schemes in the crypto space is really not as small a deal as probably most crypto investors think. The problem is a lot of people who don’t understand a lot of basic economics and finance are “reinventing” finance and economics mainly by using new vocabulary for very old things, created with on technological steroids. The reality may be that there are some new technologies, but they are not the answer to all things financial in the ways that the crypto mania suggested. New vocabulary aside, many of these things “newly created” are just variations on old things, many of which have blown up in the past, though like now, they also led to booms as well as major busts. But their downsides, in the past, made people shun them eventually. It may take longer, given that it is all mystified in tech sounding lingo, but eventually people may learn that kids inventing railroads to nowhere are interesting, but not what they seemed on first listening.

  10. Big brother isnt afraid that pension funds might be exposed to volatile assets — they’re afraid money would go into $BTC and usurp treasuries, which is a matter of when, not if.

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