Might A Decline In The Euro Be Crypto’s First Step Into The West?

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31 thoughts on “Might A Decline In The Euro Be Crypto’s First Step Into The West?

  1. Right now, so many have developed cold feet towards bitcoin and cryptocurrency at large. The recent plunge in Bitcoin’s value hit the market hard, bankrupting many cryptocurrency holders and convincing others these are very bad times but not many know this is actually one of such times where great profit can be made from bitcoin trading by expertly reading the news, understanding market movement, using TAs and a couple of other aids. At a time when others out of FUD are selling off their holdings or holding on to a very uncertain future, i am actually buying and trading and i am quite sure what i have made in profit in the last 6 months would make a higher percentage of hodlers envious. I had 6btc but added 4 more having discussed extensively with Robert Brady, a very prominent trader and coach in the crypto space and within just 2 weeks, i returned over 300% (30btc) in profit. It may not be as easy as i have put it because the risk is quite high if you don't have the required skill set and expertise. My first advice would be to get rid of the hodler mentality because the way cryptos are built coupled with other external influences, crypto are highly speculative, and unpredictable so it is not your best means for store of value and secondly, never get emotional with your coins or token and never stick to a single rule as there are always exceptions resulting from unique situations and you'll do great in the crypto world. Of course there are a few select ALTs i hold but i never do that with BTC and XRP as from experience, i can make a minimum of 300% every fortnight or less depending on the regularity of my trades. I would like to emphasize care must be taken and if you are not extremely good, you risk losing your funds so for you not to miss out on this current advantageous market condition, you need to find a very good trader with a success rate of at least 98% and copy trade patterns, signals and strategies. My recommendation would be Robert Brady ([email protected]) as i have learnt a lot from him and owe my successes with trades today to him. His analysis are very sound and he is extremely good at designing strategies to suit the prevailing market situation. You can mail him and as i am sure he will be happy to assist you too with regards to anything crypto related. Good luck to everyone out there and hope you all have a wonderful day

  2. stop brainwashing people whit decentralized limited supply cryptocurrency , the deflationary nature of them is just as bad as hyperinflation and they dont have any economic value for society . Currencys will be centralized with controlled supply according to demand. We need a little bit of inflation to have GDP growing we need control supply. you can implement smart contract to create or remove currency units to have always 5 % gdp growth

  3. LOL as always. Market should crash and bitcoin goes up narrative. So…you mean to tell me normal working people should suffer that uses fiat, for bitcoin to go up?

  4. I like that many EU countries do not deny cryptocurrency! People accept the development of technologies, study them and develop themselves! What would you recommend for a cryptocurrency account? Where to invest? Where to exchange better?

  5. good analysis, well done however there is one fact you did not take into consideration to explain the sharp decrease of the EUR, it is the ECB QE in action. I am European living in the Eurozone losing 15% of the purchase parity power since 10 years and I agree with you, crypto currencies have room to be adopted in the EU in the absence of any other competitive reserve of value in our region.

  6. That might be if there wasn't all this talk about institutional investors taking over crypto. I don't think a wave of Europeans are going to decide that super volatile "money" dominated by leaders in the current financial system is their savior from the current financial system. I don't think we get to have it both ways.

  7. I've always listened with interest to your point of view…but honestly your comments on european economy show a shallow knowledge of european single state economies. Your rumbling on italy and comparing it's economy to Greece's really comment's itself beeing Italy the 7th economy in the world. 75 % of Italians own the house in which they live. The average italian bank account holds 11.300 eur , the average US bank accout holds 3.700 usd or 3260 eur….we can go on if you like…but I think the point is clear
    As for the use of the acronym PIGS to define some of the european econimies, well it's simply rude. So, mate, go on with your rumbling we are all here because we appreciate your contents, but keep visiting Europe and try not to fall into the stereotypical ignorant American character.

  8. Where did you the information about France? Everything you said is plain wrong, makes me question everything you share on this channel. There is a list of demands from the protestors that will give you a better understanding.

  9. Great video, thanks for sharing. I've smashed the like button for you!

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  10. Oh man, all these 'Ricans and 'Strayans fascinated by the "riots" in France. It's called a social movement, nothing to do with Macro economics at all. We are mid-way in the president's term, and young workers are just reminding him that they exist and that they are being squeezed.
    As usual, this will all pass: change is needed, and it will happen one way or another.

  11. The Euro is toast. They don't want to believe it, but it is true. Unless of course Germany wants to baby sit the European Union forever…Greece is a good example.

  12. Thanks Nick but I expect your feedback on price action that happening with btc otherwise world news I can’t get much more from other sources
    I don’t think petrol riot in France has anything to do with btc…

  13. I'm not surprised seeing so many French protesting. It's the way it works in France. The government tries to change something, people don't agree and they start protesting….until proposals are withdrawn. No talking, no negotiating, just violence, destruction and disruptive protests. And almost anyone within the French society agrees (in this case 70%). It's just French patriotism. Anyway, It's the way things work over there.

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