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    • By LNN
      Bitcoin took just 12 years from its creation to reach a trillion-dollar market cap. It took Microsoft 45 years and Google 22 years to reach the $1,000,000,000,000 mark!!!
      When Bitcoin is at $80.6K, it will have passed the Market cap of Silver. How long do you think til that happens?
       
    • By LNN
      Cash is being diluted by a few % per year. Since they have many billions in cash this small % comes in the form of millions and even tens of millions of dollars worth of dilution for them.
      This cash dilution has been going on for decades and typically in these cases large corps would look to treasury bonds. They essentially purchase these “same as cash” US Treasury bonds and keep those which increase a few % per year. And the growth on those bonds offsets the loss on their pure cash and all is well with the world.
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      The result is a strong demand for an alternative high liquidity (same as cash) asset. And Bitcoin is being seen as an option for some more progressive companies.
      This might seem like no big deal just a few companies buying some BTC. But these corps have GIANT cash reserves and huge pressure to plug the holes of dilution. They must act in the best interest of the shareholders and ignoring the problem could be seen as mismanagement. In the most bullish cases (microstrategy) they are putting 100% of their cash into Bitcoin ($BILLIONS). More conservative companies (square, Tesla) are putting 1-10%.
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    • By LNN
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      https://www.coindesk.com/morgan-stanley-unit-considers-150-billion-bitcoin-investment-bloomberg
      I think this is a better article. Actually tells you in the headline that Morgan Stanley is:
      considering a 150 million dollar investment into Bitcoin
      not 150 billion And it has a nice quote at the end by Janet Yellen, US Treasury Secretary, reminding everyone that government regulation can still bring volatility to the crypto market:
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    • By LNN
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    • By LNN
      Year of Bull = Year of BITCOIN
      Happy New Year Folks.
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      Hmmm
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      https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ark-cathie-wood-bitcoin-400000-000053537.html

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    • By LNN
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    • By TheWorldNewsOrg
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