Victories, Opportunities and 20 Crypto Jokes
Let’s see what crypto was up to this week. Major victories have been won: South Korean National Assembly voted in favor of the country’s first cryptocurrency-specific legislation, and India’s crypto ban got overruled, though the fight is not over. Bitcoin may be too young to be predictable, but it comes with a major advantage; also, Bitcoin-powered alternative to 5 peso note was issued in Argentina. Developers and dapps started leaving the Steem ecosystem following Tron’s and Steem’s hard fork decision, Binance halted trading again, Ripple's CEO said the company would be unprofitable without XRP, and Ripple-friendly SBI chief is in talks about launching an STO exchange. Meanwhile, Coinbase has become a second-tier member of JVCEA, while its CEO isn't sure Bitcoin will win crypto adoption race, and Facebook’s Libra could become a multi-coin payments network.
In the meantime, investors sued Canaan, a well-functioning government might make private cryptos obsolete, and crypto custody could help keep South Korea’s biggest exchanges afloat. While Xiaomi set up a joint venture to focus on new business areas, including blockchain, HTC announced the release of the Exodus 5G Hub, and Beijing started piloting blockchain-based electronic invoicing. We learned that in some regions, over 50% of the population are unbanked, presenting huge opportunities for crypto, and we looked into the importance of the new protocol by EY, ConsenSys, and Microsoft for Ethereum, and into Google possibly purging its app marketplace of crypto media sites.
Victories and opportunities done. Joke time!
In celebration of the above-mentioned victories.
CRYPTO TWITTER (1) - INDIA (0) pic.twitter.com/MLOMQNB0TI— TEDDY (₿) (@TeddyCleps) March 4, 2020
Crypto slam occasionally haiku night! 👏 👏 👏 👏
We're all playing the crypto variation of the cat and mouse game, called 'hit and miss'.
Its going up really high, I'm gonna wait for the pullback to buy tho.— Jeremy Ross (@jebus911) March 4, 2020
Oh, its definitely going lower, I'm going to wait
It's a weird game. It depend on what side of 'buying' you are at any given moment.
No such thing as ‘too soon.’
The previous comment is still valid.
how Proof of Stake works in Steem pic.twitter.com/9DkNteCdKV— David Gerard (@davidgerard) March 4, 2020
What I’m worried about is that I can see the teeth of only three of these people.
Ever wondered how BTC maximalists imagine themselves?
- Von welcher Altcoin Granate wurdest du getroffen?— Ewald Serafini (@cryptofit_76) February 28, 2020
- Welcher Altcoin hat dich am hartesten getroffen?
Newbies sind wie Kinder - sie hören nicht auf dich und dann werden sie von einem Altcoin weggeklatscht und sagen dann, Krypto ist für nichts.😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/LD6bhvusLl
Wow, a book with an actual, practical solution!
Well, look, it’s…efficient.
Shorting bitcoin in 2020 pic.twitter.com/fqv8sG1P0g— CryptoComics (@bitcoincomics) February 14, 2020
Should I give up
Or should I just keep chasing bankers?
When someone is shilling their technical analysis in the replies of a big account pic.twitter.com/m9uIXQ9fAc— Coinpocαlypse 🤖 (@coinpocalypse) March 5, 2020
Keep a mirror by your computer/phone, just in case you forget.
The governmental view.
We're all culturebuilders.
bitcoin culture not what it used to be https://t.co/CKgK1gXT0f— dark pill (@DanDarkPill)
So thoroughly scraped.
"Mastering Bitcoin" Part 9000
9100 be like https://t.co/3VXcrGkUaq— Matthew Graham (@mattysino)
What have Coronavirus and Bitcoin in common? "The virus is spreading!"
2. Our future is safe!
3. BTC supply might decrease by 43%. Bullish!