Bitcoin Price Drops Below $8,000: Over $60 Billion Wiped Off Cryptocurrencies

Submitted by: fancylad 6 months ago in News & Politics


The unstable nature of cryptocurrency strikes again. Who's been brave enough to chart these crazy waters?
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Male 276
Since 1912, no government on Earth has printed it's own money (with the exemption of North Korea and Russia... hmm interesting). That function went to the private corporation, owned by the Rothschild's, naming itself "The World Bank". That bank then sells debt to another Rothschild owned private corporation calling itself "The Federal Reserve". The Federal Reserve uses that debt to pay off the interest rate that it owes it's parent company, The World Bank, effectively creating a closed loop Ponzi Scheme. The debt clock is just that, a clock. There is no way to effect the debt in any way, it is a part of the system. 
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Male 1,802
This just proves that Charles Ponzi is alive and well!
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Male 17,295
I like the idea of bitcoin, but hate the idea of exchanges holding them. As for value, who knows? What makes victim more valuable than another crypto? Other than being a more established medium of exchange?
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Male 628
Wouldn't touch Bitcoin if you paid me.  Ethereum is another story.
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Male 11,554
I actually started investing in cryptocurrencies a little while ago.  not bitcoin though.
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Male 6,354
I think it was over 20k at one point last month.

These crypto miners are driving up the prices on video cards, i wont be sad to see it taper off.
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