‘Short the Bankers,’ They Said
Don’t trust. Verify.
Bank fines since 2008: $243B
Crypto market cap: $134B
Which one is used for illegal activities again?
— Dan Hedl (@danheld) March 10, 2019
Some Useful Reminders
Put Bitcoin (BTC) in your Top 8.
The ignorant critics will come up with any possible analogy to attack Bitcoin.
Let me remind you
Bitcoin is not: – Myspace of crypto/blockchain – Tulip mania – Pyramid – “Too expensive” – “For criminals” – Environmental disaster – Scaling disaster – Gambling
— Misir Mahmudov (@misir_mahmudov) March 12, 2019
– Drug wars haven't made a dent. – The Pirate Bay is still up. – Bittorrent is still up.
How on Earth do people think someone can stop bitcoin?
— Dan Hedl (@danheld) March 17, 2019
Oh — now we get it!
sorry for being an uninformed af pleb but does anyone know what does the second B in $BNB stand for?
— starbust (@inversebrah) March 12, 2019
Central Bank Magic
Fire up the printing press!
As a central bank, we can create money out of thin air! https://t.co/miawZ6h37m
— Kikonidas (@Kikonidas85) March 13, 2019
I hate to break it to you but Bitcoin will never replace central banks. If Bitcoin ever became significant enough as an alternative currency, central banks would still exist to implement monetary policy for the national currencies.
— Larry Cermak (@lawmaster) March 24, 2019
Shut up, Meg!
"You guys always act like you're better than me" #fiat #bitcoin #Litecoin #dogecoin pic.twitter.com/E2sHSNCOYo
— CryptoPappy (@Crypto_Pappy) March 8, 2019
Dem Gainz, Though!
How crazy are cryptocurrency returns, really?
Peter Thiel invested $500,000 into FB for a 10.2% stake in 2004.
In 2012, Peter cashed out over $1bil worth of FB shares resulting in a ~200,000% ROI.
Crypto returns are only absurd to retail investors because they aren't normally able to fund early-stage ventures.
— Anthony Sassano (@sassal0x) March 21, 2019
“We have lots of Twitter followers.”