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“Bitcoin’s at It Again” – Bloomberg | $734.35

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It’s still a good reason not to use Bitcoin as a hedge against the expected market sell-off an electoral victory by Donald Trump would entail.

There are other reasons, too.

For one, Bitcoin is quickly becoming a thing of the past.


Having delved into futures trading in the past, my intrigue in financial, economic, and political affairs eventually led me to a striking realization: the current debt-based fiat system is fundamentally flawed. This revelation prompted me to explore alternative avenues, including investments in gold and, since early 2013, Bitcoin. While not extensively tech-savvy, I've immersed myself in Bitcoin through dedicated study, persistent questioning, hands-on experience with ecommerce and marketing ventures, and my stint as a journalist. Writing has always been a passion of mine, and presently, I'm focused on crafting informative guides to shed light on the myriad advantages of Bitcoin, aiming to empower others to navigate the dynamic realm of digital currencies.

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  1. “Then there’s the threat of proper central bank-backed digital currencies, which are expected to come into existence soon and may take much of the sheen off Bitcoin.
    Central banks looking at virtual versions of their fiat include Canada, Australia, China and England. ”



    This is absolutely brilliant. Sigh.

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