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    PayPal to acquire Curv; financial terms weren't disclosed
    https://www.coindesk.com/paypal-to-acquire-curv

    This is bullish for HBAR and ALGO.

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    I have been frustrated by my Voyager application now over 3 weeks old and they keep thinking my address is a commercial one, Pending for review, while HBAR and VGX, which I intended to buy there, doubled.

    Saw this today



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    Any idea how to profit of this investmentwise? Flow crypto maybe?

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    The new SEC chairman was confirmed in last night and is a big blockchain and crypto enthusiast.
    https://mobile.twitter.com/AlgorandN...23288390782979

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    A couple reasons why Hedera has been booming lately. Hbar was listed on one of Indias most trusted exchanges, https://wazirx.com/

    https://mobile.twitter.com/HBARPrice...76546334707712

    Plus with EFTPOS using Hedera for Australiaís debit card payment systems, Hbar has become a popular favourite with the Aussie crypto enthusiasts.

    Good interview with the EFTPOS founder, Rob Allen, on why ďEvery Enterprise will use Hedera, they just donít know it yetĒ

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    Over the past week, everything in my portfolio was either consolidating or moving slightly downwards with the exception of Hbar and Quantstamp. These 2 coins seems to have a strong partnership. Selling some of my Cardano to fill up on QSP.


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    Jayke - you are doing great work here! I was thinking of finally getting into cryto a month back and low and behold I saw you created this great thread. Have recently bought some HBAR - very excited about its potential. What exchanges do you currently use? Some seem to be quite limited in the coins you can buy and I have interest (eventually) with investing in some ICO's.

    Lastly any thoughts on a realistic price Algorand can hit ?! I see vastly different projections - but seems like HBAR to have great potential.

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    I have invested some small amounts into different Crypto the last days. Im thinking of investing some bigger amounts but i think its better to wait untill the next correction. Anybody got any idea when this correction will come?

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    Quote Posted by canadianborn (here)
    Jayke - you are doing great work here! I was thinking of finally getting into cryto a month back and low and behold I saw you created this great thread. Have recently bought some HBAR - very excited about its potential. What exchanges do you currently use? Some seem to be quite limited in the coins you can buy and I have interest (eventually) with investing in some ICO's.

    Lastly any thoughts on a realistic price Algorand can hit ?! I see vastly different projections - but seems like HBAR to have great potential.
    I use MoonPay to buy Hbar which sends it directly to your wallet on purchase. MoonPay has a wider variety of coins to pick to than Coinbase. Iím also on Kracken but not the biggest fan, they do have a decent selection though.

    Algo has been holding up really well lately. If you check itís chart and token economics, thereís been a parabolic rise then a massive sell off shortly after their superstaking rewards are released (to early ico backers and initial investors only), which occurs every 6 months. Iím hoping the massive sell off is still coming so I can grab another bagfull if it dips to 80cent again. The Fibonacci extension on Algorand takes it up to over $3 on its next moon shot so Iím definitely going to be buying the dips on that one. The latest superstaking reward release came out in February and the next one every 6 months so will occur in August, so between now and July will be great to take advantage of any blood red dumps that occur.

    Although, the Moon conjuncts Uranus again on Tuesday (Bitcoin broke an all time high when it hit it last month) and with more institutional investors getting on board, like Michael Saylor said in his Bitboy interview last night, ďwhen Godzilla shows up at the school playground, you can forget every chart youíve ever looked at, every previous model you base your assumptions on will be completely irrelevantĒ. So itís going to be really interesting to see how this next week plays out.


    PS Ditching Cardano for Quantstamp was a great move on Friday. Cardanoís still flopping while QSP is up 30% in two days. Nothing but sky and plenty of room to grow.

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    Jayke IĎve seen algorand only idling around over the last weeks, bit of a bummer compared to Hbar which did something like 100% the last ~3 days.

    Youíre talking about dividends (superstaking rewards?) that their initial investors receive, (in form of coins), and they immediately sell them and this dumps the price and you buy the dip?

    What is it about their Fibonacci extension?

    Is there some kind of site that explains all the different crypto terms? I think itís essential to understand them to stay up with the game.


    PS: I like SaylorĎs interviews and ideas, but Iím wondering if heís also slightly Ąpossessedď by the hype as many of the YouTube investor guys seem to be. What do you perceive energy wise when following these guys?
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    From the Coin Bureau newsletter:

    Ą Weíre back at it. Bitcoin broke through its all time highs and this tide is lifting all crypto boats. Indeed it seems as if Bitcoin is at a tipping point. A tipping point in which a tsunami of additional adoption is likely to flow.

    And speaking of tipping points, this is actually the title of an incredibly comprehensive Citigroup research report on Bitcoinís institutional adoption.

    It was a deep dive into the current institutional landscape by a bank that is at the coalface of that adoption. These research analysts covered nearly every aspect of the market and actually surveyed many of the most important institutional investors and companies in the crypto space.

    Thereís only one problem though. The report is over 100 pages long!

    Yep, turns out that these investment researchers are even more comprehensive than yours truly.

    But I didnít want this report to fall through the cracks. Therefore, I have taken it upon myself to read through with a fine-tooth comb and summarise some of the most important findings.

    I also then tie this in with some of my research that I have done on Bitcoin over the past year. Many of these trends are easy to map and it's great to see that the folks over on Wall Street are viewing Bitcoin through the same lens as myself.ď

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    Jayke IĎve seen algorand only idling around over the last weeks, bit of a bummer compared to Hbar which did something like 100% the last ~3 days.

    Youíre talking about dividends (superstaking rewards?) that their initial investors receive, (in form of coins), and they immediately sell them and this dumps the price and you buy the dip?

    What is it about their Fibonacci extension?

    Is there some kind of site that explains all the different crypto terms? I think itís essential to understand them to stay up with the game.


    PS: I like SaylorĎs interviews and ideas, but Iím wondering if heís also slightly Ąpossessedď by the hype as many of the YouTube investor guys seem to be. What do you perceive energy wise when following these guys?
    Everything in nature grows according to the Fibonacci series, market cycles included. The Fibonacci levels in trading come about through millions of traders applying proper risk management. Most traders are looking for a risk/reward ratio of 2:1. Theyíll set their take profits at 5% gain and stop loss at 2.5% or 10% and 5%.

    Taking the 5% gain per trade example. If a trader makes 1 successful 5% trade a day, every day for a full year, those profits can really stack up. It works out that roughly every 14-15 trades looking for a 5% return on each trade, you can double your capital every 2 weeks.

    Capital = $500
    Week 2 = $1000
    Week 4 = $2000
    Week 6 = $4000
    Week 8 = $8000
    Week 10 = $16000

    Doubling your capital every 2 weeks for a full year ends up being around $27,000,000 by the end of week 52.

    Obviously no one has 365 straight wins in a row, and not everyone uses the same risk management, the cumulative effect is that markets tend to go up in a Fibonacci sequence as people are probing for profit between 5%-30% on previous all time highs.

    The Algo chart has followed the Fibonacci 2.6 level for its previous peaks. If it follows the same pattern, then technically it could peak at $5. $3 dollars is the more conservative 1.6 Fibonacci level. The 1.6 level is a likely target for the next retracement after the next peak.

    Not sure about where to read these things. Iíve been learning technical analysis through watching MMCrypto, DavinciJ15 and Carl to the moon YouTube channels, googling anything I donít know as they pull out the various analysis tools.

    Michael Saylor is just Ďorange pilledí, a term coined by Max Keiser for the epiphany you have when you realise how ****ed the fiat printing press is against bitcoins scarcity model.


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    These guys seem to have a good dictionary going: https://decryptionary.com/dictionary/

    I just learned what fungible actually means and how that translates into NFTs (non fungible tokens)

    Anyways, keep hodling fellow cryptonauts!

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Voyager finally got my account activated - got HBAR and VGX from them, ALGO from another source.

    But these are all experiments and play-things, it's BTC that I watch every minute due to my high-level of paper-profits there, lol.

    Don't want to take profits there too early due to bad choices with stonk SHOP, which while making some money cost me $40k from selling too soon, and same deal with stonk CMBM where I did not wait long enough, another $25k miss there.

    (when trying to fund a retirement these misses can be quite painful)

    So with BTC I HODL and hope that industry predictions pan out, and nothing unexpected takes it out.

    I appreciate this thread and discussion, and also follow Digital Asset News https://twitter.com/NewsAsset, https://danteachescrypto.com/
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    Finally got my funds to CoinZoom... highly restrictive if not "Platinum" User. More than a bit frustrating given HBAR (in the interim) has gone well beyond the 0.09 USD when I wanted to purchase (for now any way).

    90% HBAR and 10% ALGO.

    Let me amend that to say that my bank had ridiculous rules for "on-line banking"... much of the delay was caused by uniformed employees. CANNOT initiate a true wire transfer on-line; current bank rules say Wire Transfers MUST originate IN PERSON.
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    Anything is possible with the proper training.

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    Finally got my funds to CoinZoom... highly restrictive if not "Platinum" User. More than a bit frustrating given HBAR (in the interim) has gone well beyond the 0.09 USD when I wanted to purchase (for now any way).

    90% HBAR and 10% ALGO.

    Let me amend that to say that my bank had ridiculous rules for "on-line banking"... much of the delay was caused by uniformed employees. CANNOT initiate a true wire transfer on-line; current bank rules say Wire Transfers MUST originate IN PERSON.
    Iíve been waiting and waiting to order my CoinZoom VISA card, only to realise itís only available for US citizens for the time being. International is coming soon but not ready quite yet.

    Bitcoin is at a crossroads at the minute. Forming a consolidation pattern at 55k. Itíll break out one way or the other. If it breaks down it could tumble all the way to 48-49k as that was the last high volume support candle on the daily chart (signifying institutional buy in).

    If it breaks up, thereís a considerable sell wall of 2000 Bitcoin at $64,000, which would require a huge volume institutional purchase to punch through to reach the 72k target people have been predicting.

    The consolidation triangle Bitcoin is forming will break one way or the other in 10-15 hours. The moon goes conjunct Uranus at precisely 3:30am tonight (UK time GMT), will be interesting to see which direction the Uranian rocket ship could send Bitcoin spinning. Iíve been learning to trade the markets so Iíll be growing my Bitcoin holdings whichever way it breaks. Iím up a whole 0.0035 Bitcoin since I started trading last Friday. ďfrom the tiny acorn grows the mighty oakĒ

    More on Bitcoins astrological perspective:

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    Cardano being listed on Coinbase just in time for the stimulus checks to hit peoples accounts tomorrow. Cardano pump could be imminent.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/CryptoIRE...77712575528961

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    Cardano being listed on Coinbase just in time for the stimulus checks to hit peoples accounts tomorrow. Cardano pump could be imminent.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/CryptoIRE...77712575528961
    Thanks I put some into Ada. Do you have any ideas how long to ride the pump wave, Iím not trading actively at the moment just checking a few times a day. Where are you trading on - Altrady, BitBuy?
    Oh thou, let it go
    donīt stop the all pervading flow

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    Quote Posted by Jayke (here)
    Cardano being listed on Coinbase just in time for the stimulus checks to hit peoples accounts tomorrow. Cardano pump could be imminent.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/CryptoIRE...77712575528961
    Thanks I put some into Ada. Do you have any ideas how long to ride the pump wave, Iím not trading actively at the moment just checking a few times a day. Where are you trading on - Altrady, BitBuy?
    Iím trading on phemex. ĎCarl from the mooní has a tutorial. They have a sandbox area where you can practice trading without risking any of your capital.

    I donít really know what to think of Cardano. If you check out itís current on chain assets and compare it to Algorands on chain assets, Cardano just seems like the king of the sh*t coins compared to Algorands slick Ferrari of a blockchain. I find the timing of the listing a little too suspicious for my liking. Stir up a Cardano buzz the day before the stimulus checks start to drop in the US while the institutions on-ramp more cheaply onto the chains people arenít paying attention to.

    Cardano and Algorand currently sit at around $1.20 in price. One has a market cap of 40billion while the other has a market cap of 3billion. If both chains grow to be on parity in size with Bitcoin and hit the 1 trillion market cap, what would each coin be worth? And how likely is it that might happen?

    Would be great if Cardano pumps while Algo goes through its superstaking sell off frenzy. Maybe June/July would be a good window of time to keep an eye on.
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