BITCOIN Surges: We TIMED It PERFECTLY!
On July 8th, at 12:00 PM CST, we published THIS!
If you haven’t read it, do so immediately.
This is one for the record books.
Right after our alert about the fact that I was personally buying BTC, the price dropped to the $6,100s, and ever since it carved the bottom, it has gone parabolic.This is precisely what we predicted, as we saw sentiment reaching record lows.
Here’s the real cause for the rally:
BlackRock, founded by billionaire, Larry Fink, the world’s largest asset management company, with $6.3T under its belt, is looking for ways to invest in Bitcoin, be it by launching an ETF or otherwise.
Larry Fink is a person, whom presidents listen to. He moves markets.
It is monumental for a Wall-Street suit like him to consider entering the crypto industry.
In the coming weeks, if we continue to build momentum, regulatory bodies might ease-up on their bullshit angle of calling cryptocurrencies, as a group, a way for criminals to move money around.
Wall-Street bigwigs are exactly the type of people that can change the stigma towards cryptocurrencies.
It is ironic that a billionaire crook, like Larry Fink, who is recognized as the man behind the MBS (Mortgage-Backed-Securities), which brought the entire financial system to a screeching halt a decade ago, is the person, who could legitimize Bitcoin, an idea, which sprung after the meltdown occurred.
This is the sort of two-faced behavior from Wall Street heavyweights, which we have come to hate, but fully expect, due to their domineering natures.
These are predators, but they are also necessary, since they bring about change in the government’s attitude faster than all the “Occupy Wall Street” protests you’ll ever participate in.
We are working on a full-length documentary on this topic – Wall Street is going to lead the mainstream stampede into blockchain.
Big summer action is coming!
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