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The bankster coin is starting to rise (again)…

Insanity reaches another record high…

…from history books, or from where??? (because this reality has already not much in common with freedom anymore)

Social engineering everywhere you look…

https://twitter.com/OnlineMagazin/status/1043098745943076864

Absolutely no surprise there…

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  1. https://www.ccn.com/billionaire-tim-draper-stands-by-bullish-250000-bitcoin-price-target-for-2022/

    Four years ago, Draper invested $250,000 in bitcoin when its price hovered at around $6. He lost it all when Mt. Gox collapsed in February 2014.

    Draper became a bitcoin whale in late-2014, when he purchased 40,000 bitcoins at a federal auction for $600 apiece.

    At the time, the U.S. Marshals had seized 144,336 bitcoins from the operators of the Silk Road drug marketplace. Draper said they were auctioning off nine lots, and most of the bidders were venture capitalists like him.

    “Here was my thinking,” Draper recounted. “Either this thing goes to nothing and — you know, too bad — or it goes sky-high and nobody’s going to care that I paid 5% more for it. So I bid up to $632 and I didn’t just get one lot. I got all the lots.”

    Because success is never linear, Draper said cryptocurrencies will inevitably weather their share of ups and downs, but the market will continue to forge ahead.

    In fact, he predicts that the industry’s market capitalization will soar to $80 trillion by 2023, as CCN has reported.

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