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Trollbox

Another old elite BCW family member.

Let me translate the whole set of analysis in a noob friendly format:
if we don’t see the up move today, we are fucked!
I expect further up move today.
Not the down move as the technicals point towards.

I actually predict this to be one of the (rare) moments when the market doesn’t listen to technicals in favor of fundamentals.

Always a pleasure to hear from old followers who know the whole journey we have been through to here. BCW legion, united!

Pleasure to have the most amazing followers in the entire crypto world!

Also because I said it a couple days too early, I want it clear and stated.

This time is the ALTS time… from now until summer.
I’m early. If I miss for a day or five might look a lot, but try to see the macro perspective… I am now reinforcing you the same statement.. we are in alt times! Best thing you can do is enter your favorite alts and hold.

I want to see you succeed my Blockchain Whispers brother!

You following here means you have a high chance of being in the minority. Step 1 is done. Step 2 is to actively, and with focus realize the edge you are given here. Not like one of many opinions, because as the saying goes, opinions are like assholes, everyone has one. Knowing WHO to trust. Knowing WHO to put in your elite space between your ears is the key.

You should be jealous of that space.

Don’t let newspapers, mass media, and people who don’t want you good create a confusion there.
It was even a joke once that the major tv network financial tips section was almost perfect counter-trading indicator - basically do the opposite of their advice and you do amazingly well.

First, you have yourself.
Then you have me.
Then you have your Blockchain Whispers brothers.

Mass media, world-leaders propaganda and twitter guys tips on trading btc comes on place one billionth and eight.

Choose your colors with intellect.
Follow your colors with heart.
Defend your colors with balls!

Blockchain Whispers brother!
D Man

Brother, this is basically coming for those who trust!

People tell you they trust you when everything goes smooth.

The greatest rewards come to those who see the casino edge even then the player is winning. Those who trust the methodology at hand.

We at Blockchain Whispers we are early, advanced, with consistent edge.

Sometimes a player wins. Like this stocks-driven drop.
But over time, those who trust in D Man, in Blockchain Whispers in edge, they end up as winners, no matter how loud the sentiment outside might be.

See this brother, everyone now tells you it goes down. I have pinpointed yesterday the bottom. And now I am even predicting we go higher up, and up.
Heck, I predict even we won’t touch the 31k nor 29k as my macro suggests as possible. I have zoomed into the micro to pinpoint for you the day, time, and price level of the reversal.

It’s easy!

If it goes higher than 37k, the odds skyrocket D Man is right.
If it goes down first, we must see if it will break the bottom.

Either way, D Man is right, we will go up. We will not go to 20k, 14k, 12k.
The ‘lucky’ break for technical traders happened with this peg. The player on the roulette hit his number… but most of the time, the number belongs to the casino… to the house… and we brother are not the house, we are the fucking Blockchain Whispers mansion!

So yes, enough of me overaccepting the losses for the sake of a couple low-intellect, bitter losers who pray just for D Man to make a mistake instead of to evolve themselves through D Man’s edge.

I didn’t pinpoint the very bottom at 5:1 risk reward.

Boo hoo.

Over time, intelligent followers here know what edge is. And what edge means. Those who get discouraged, good. Sell the bottom motherfucker. It’s your problem.

I tell you, this is NOT the beginning of the drop.
I even told you yesterday it was the bottom.

I AM the most accurate trader alive… because if I am not, where are the other traders to claim in hall of fame lists of most liquid futures exchanges at a time?

And even like Bellagio in Las Vegas sometimes loses to a fool who just walked in… you brother are welcome to choose who to follow… that suddenly rich fool, or the Bellagio casino.

I enjoy the highest trust score in the entire crypto why?
Because I own my shit.
I predict PRECISELY by giving you target, number, where I see us, and the timeframe.
I hold my predictions accountable by publicly telling you when I make a mistake.

Compare that to twitter and predictions that nobody holds accountable.

Alright so…

this is the last time in a long while that I am trying to explain noobs what is the meaning (really please google it if you have troubles understanding):
EDGE
ODDS

Please google those two terms.

MAJORITY of people are the players in the casino. They come to a roulette and hope for favorable outcome. And the worst part… when they win… they attribute it to skills.

MINORITY understand that even the right concept, high edge, can result in temporary fail or fails… and it takes full understanding and balls to keep on trusting the methodology at hand.

Let me tell you one more thing also, it’s the minority also that OWNS THE CASINO,… and majority that gets their asses handed to them by borrowing money just so they can play some more. It’s the minority that owns 90% of world’s wealth… it’s minority that trades successfully on forex… and trust me, it’s also minority that has any idea what they are doing in crypto.

Crypto trading is like sex.

Everyone thinks they are good at it, while rarely anyone has a clue what they are really doing.

Use your brains brother.

This honesty is what nobody will give you.
This accuracy is what nobody can give you (because they are lazy, but that’s another story)
This generosity is what nobody wants to give you.

Blockchain Whispers is one!

Now why I want to see us against the technical pointer to go upwards:

Usually, the orange line does happen. It came to orderblock, it filled 50% of the drop, it serves as a retest and it should go down further to 20k levels.

But WAIT!

Hold your horses.

It is also true on the beginning of up move that first chunk of retest is completely missed, and even the v shape recovery suggests no further need for retest as it’s like a wick. What we can do is start a fake down move with pushing through it. That would show us the beginning of a new trend, new up trend.

I analyze when I fail, and the reason for my failure is cyclical when Bitcoin didn’t listen to fundamentals it 90%+ of the times does. The reason was stupid peg to stocks and over reaction of the market, because the stocks market for super long time expects and fears for it being the top… not “it goes up forever” like bitcoiners do, but “soon it will start falling like dominos”. That’s why it continued upwards, but that’s also why on the first sign of red, the market over reacted.

If the contrarian trading approach teaches us anything, it’s stocks will go even higher than this..

We can only HOPE for btc to unpeg from stocks. Not expect it.

Cheers!
D Man

Basically what they see is the orange one… after which Mr. Y sees the further down move.

What I want to see is the fake start of a down move with smaller v shaped rejection of it and break through the 37k level.

I understand many traders see short and down move from here. It’s 37k happened, then now retest and they see down.
However the main factor for up move is when you consider the v shaped bottom, with violent and higher bounce than the drop. It completely negates it and establishes a new trend. What we are facing now is selloff of those who don’t see it, and once we absorb it, we go higher. You will see.

Some early signs point to a nice and healthy up move starting tomorrow. It would come in handy!

It could be a coincidence, but I’m followed by many whales, after my announce this red candle turned a green candle with a wick and started the move up. We are the most powerful group in crypto, however, I usually couldn’t move the btc/eth charts by much… did we grow that much in buying power? Or did my post hit the whale buying trigger points? Either way, I’m glad to be of value to you brother. We are the biggest real-members telegram channel on the planet! All Blockchain Whispers channels combined we have 50,000 more members than Binance has in their Telegram! Yeah baby. And only intelligent members can stick here because my posts are not membes and retard-friendly things. It’s usually long posts that require brain power to precisely follow. Respect and cheers!

Summary for non-english readers and for the english speaking part of audience that is mentally challenged:

Mr. Y and I agree:
- the year will end bearish (macro)
- we will see a bounce soon (short term)

Mr. Y and I disagree:
- mid term, I see us having the best alt times we had since 2017 and big ass recovery, and pumping all the way until summer. He sees continuation downwards after the short term bounce.

Discussions

Hi_it_is_I It was a great test zone. I clocked up early on and lost two much on his two bad trades. Unfortunately, the remaining 80%of good trades wasn't enough to break even, but it was a valuable lesson learnt. 25% down with my academy purse. It was worth it to learn. I believe premiums will do well with this trader added to their arsenal. Wish I was there. Good luck.

1u1 Everything that is banned by this shit government can only be good! Bullish!

brzq And STARL has been trending on Dextools for a month now all because of volume. I don't think I've seen another project do that before, maybe Shib?

bwnh Bitcoin lovers...who switched to right wing politic 4 freedom... interesting.

bpv7 Better to inform people of the facts and only then ask them for an opinion

Skelter Billions of mobile phones= billions of possible miners.

y4d This isn't related to SOV

Little_Guy Ethereum is so good!

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The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act expanded 6050i to include anyone who, in the course of conducting business, receives over $10,000 in digital assets.Marta Belcher (@MartaBelcher) is a cryptocurrency and civil liberties attorney. She is special counsel to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, general counsel and head of policy at Protocol Labs and president and chair of the Filecoin Foundation as well as the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web. Her views are her own. This article is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week series.Currently, the U.S. government collects information from cryptocurrency exchanges and other institutions that serve as the on-ramps and off-ramps where people buy, sell, exchange and store cryptocurrency. The updated law will impose reporting requirements on many other participants in the cryptocurrency ecosystem – from developers to traders to miners to end users. These participants will be required to collect sensitive identity details of counterparties, securely handle that sensitive information and turn it over to the government – or potentially face criminal penalties.This law will greatly expand the government’s warrantless surveillance of sensitive financial information, including for transactions under $10,000 – despite the fact the law says it pertains only to transactions above that threshold. That’s because of the nature of public blockchains: If the government knows the identity associated with a cryptocurrency wallet, then it knows the identity behind all transactions for that wallet, even when those transactions are far below $10,000.This law violates the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The Fourth Amendment requires law enforcement to get a warrant supported by probable cause before conducting a search or seizure. Yet, under the Bank Secrecy Act, the government engages in mass surveillance of bank customers without a warrant. The government does this under the auspices of the third-party doctrine, which is the idea that people do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the data they share with a third party like a bank. In conducting financial surveillance, the government relies on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1976 decision in U.S. v. Miller that the Bank Secrecy Act (as it was implemented at the time) did not violate the Fourth Amendment because of the third-party doctrine.I believe the Supreme Court will come to a different decision if there is a constitutional challenge to the new section 6050i, or, as I have repeatedly argued, any challenge to the mass surveillance rampant in today’s financial system.The Supreme Court justice who authored Miller wrote in another case, Burrows v. Superior Court, that “financial transactions can reveal much about a person's activities, associations and beliefs” and “[a]t some point, governmental intrusion upon these areas would implicate legitimate expectations of privacy.” That was written in the 1970s.Furthermore, the Miller case was an “as-applied” challenge to the Bank Secrecy Act – meaning that, in making its decision, the Supreme Court was narrowly considering only how the Bank Secrecy Act was implemented at that time, not whether the entire statute is unconstitutional in light of how it could be implemented. Since then, the government has greatly expanded its financial surveillance. And the updated section 6050i goes even beyond the U.S. government’s other warrantless financial surveillance.In addition, since Miller, the Supreme Court has issued multiple strong pro-privacy decisions, chipping away at the third-party doctrine in the digital world. For example, the Supreme Court held in Carpenter v. U.S. that law enforcement must get a warrant to obtain cell phone location information, even when that information is held by third parties (i.e., cell phone companies).There, the Supreme Court said that “[e]xpectations of privacy in this age of digital data do not fit neatly into existing precedents.” The Court noted that the digital records at issue in that case provided “an all-encompassing record of the holder’s whereabouts” and “an intimate window into a person’s life, revealing not only particular movements, but through them [their] familial, political, professional, religious and sexual associations.”See also: FinCEN's Crypto Surveillance Rule Violates the US ConstitutionSimilarly, the information that could be gleaned from bank data in the 1970s is a world away from the intimate window into a person’s life provided by financial data today. Digital financial transactions are deeply personal and revealing. Like the location records in Carpenter, financial records reveal familial, political, professional, religious and sexual associations, providing insight into the organizations you support, the people you send money to, the products and services you buy, the books you read. Indeed, today’s financial records often reveal your location, and location data is exactly what was at issue in Carpenter.The Fourth Amendment balances the legitimate interests of law enforcement with the civil liberties of citizens by requiring the government to get a warrant before conducting searches. Requiring people to turn over information about financial transactions to the government by default, with no warrant or probable cause, is unconstitutional mass surveillance.Financial privacy is not bad or illegal. To the contrary, it is essential for civil liberties. I often think of the striking photos of protesters from the Hong Kong protests waiting in long lines at subway stations.In the pictures, protestors are waiting to purchase their tickets with cash so their electronic purchases don’t place them at the scene of the protest.To me, these photos underscore the importance of financial privacy for civil liberties, and why, in the context of financial transactions, we must protect our Fourth Amendment rights.

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A partnership has been reportedly started by FTX U.S. with the Golden State Warriors (an NBA team). The respective collaboration will witness the team dropping NFTs (non-fungible tokens) on the NFT marketplace of FTX in the upcoming year. Collaboration involves brand placement... The post FTX Teams Up With Golden State Warriors appeared first on CryptocyNews.com.

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The position of StockX has been that of a pillar across the street and urban fashion, the new sports, as well as the hype wear online for some time. Presently, it had planned to take a further step by launching NFTs that are designed to link between physical products as well as the NFTs. Recently, … The post StockX Introduces A New NFT Vault appeared first on Tokenhell.

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Name Price Marketcap 24h
Bitcoin Bitcoin (BTC) $36,879.73 $702.40 B 2.80%
Ethereum Ethereum (ETH) $2,455.27 $294.61 B 3.79%
Tether Tether (USDT) $1.00 $78.20 B -0.02%
BNB BNB (BNB) $382.50 $63.40 B 5.20%
USD Coin USD Coin (USDC) $0.99940000 $48.36 B -0.05%
Cardano Cardano (ADA) $1.05 $35.47 B -0.57%
Solana Solana (SOL) $96.19 $30.28 B 6.98%
XRP XRP (XRP) $0.60880000 $29.22 B 2.51%
Terra Terra (LUNA) $65.28 $26.24 B -0.22%
Dogecoin Dogecoin (DOGE) $0.14300000 $19.12 B 7.19%
Polkadot Polkadot (DOT) $18.59 $18.51 B 6.57%
Avalanche Avalanche (AVAX) $68.38 $16.87 B 12.54%
Binance USD Binance USD (BUSD) $0.99960000 $14.26 B -0.14%
Polygon Polygon (MATIC) $1.56 $11.76 B 8.30%
Shiba Inu Shiba Inu (SHIB) $0.00002113 $11.69 B 2.78%
TerraUSD TerraUSD (UST) $0.99732443 $11.15 B -0.35%
Cosmos Cosmos (ATOM) $35.42 $10.23 B 1.07%
Wrapped Bitcoin Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) $37,144.60 $10.08 B 3.06%
Crypto.com Coin Crypto.com Coin (CRO) $0.39494517 $9.98 B 9.50%
Dai Dai (DAI) $0.99989141 $9.71 B -0.11%
NEAR Protocol NEAR Protocol (NEAR) $12.06 $7.62 B 17.29%
Litecoin Litecoin (LTC) $107.50 $7.53 B 0.62%
Chainlink Chainlink (LINK) $15.65 $7.36 B 4.06%
Uniswap Uniswap (UNI) $10.63 $6.73 B 2.15%
Fantom Fantom (FTM) $2.42 $6.15 B 11.31%
Algorand Algorand (ALGO) $0.91030000 $6.02 B 1.61%
TRON TRON (TRX) $0.05543000 $5.67 B 3.13%
Bitcoin Cash Bitcoin Cash (BCH) $290.40 $5.53 B 1.47%
FTX Token FTX Token (FTT) $36.32 $5.06 B 5.21%
Stellar Stellar (XLM) $0.19480000 $4.86 B 3.36%
Internet Computer Internet Computer (ICP) $20.64 $4.15 B 1.44%
Decentraland Decentraland (MANA) $2.15 $3.93 B 8.96%
Hedera Hedera (HBAR) $0.21596389 $3.91 B 6.28%
Bitcoin BEP2 Bitcoin BEP2 (BTCB) $37,146.73 $3.90 B 3.36%
VeChain VeChain (VET) $0.05249000 $3.40 B 5.66%
UNUS SED LEO UNUS SED LEO (LEO) $3.50 $3.34 B -0.46%
Hedera Hashgraph Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR) $0.21290000 $4.05 B 5.18%
Klaytn Klaytn (KLAY) $1.22 $3.21 B 2.02%
THETA THETA (THETA) $3.71 $5.26 B -9.92%
Ethereum Classic Ethereum Classic (ETC) $23.82 $3.17 B 2.23%
Axie Infinity Axie Infinity (AXS) $50.93 $3.12 B 3.15%
Elrond Elrond (EGLD) $140.16 $2.91 B 11.40%
The Sandbox The Sandbox (SAND) $3.04 $2.83 B 6.05%
Filecoin Filecoin (FIL) $18.13 $2.80 B 1.03%
Helium Helium (HNT) $25.33 $2.75 B 14.53%
Theta Network Theta Network (THETA) $2.62 $2.64 B 3.42%
Monero Monero (XMR) $144.70 $2.62 B 0.03%
Tezos Tezos (XTZ) $2.93 $2.59 B 4.71%
Harmony Harmony (ONE) $0.19482788 $2.26 B 2.07%
IOTA IOTA (MIOTA) $0.81381696 $2.26 B 5.66%
EOS EOS (EOS) $2.19 $2.16 B 2.18%
Aave Aave (AAVE) $152.40 $2.07 B 3.89%
PancakeSwap PancakeSwap (CAKE) $7.77 $2.03 B 4.01%
BitTorrent (New) BitTorrent (New) (BTT) $0.00000208 $1.94 B -2.84%
The Graph The Graph (GRT) $0.41193150 $1.94 B 7.87%
Maker Maker (MKR) $1,820.00 $1.79 B -2.35%
Stacks Stacks (STX) $1.37 $1.77 B 4.98%
Bitcoin SV Bitcoin SV (BSV) $90.23 $1.71 B -0.58%
Flow Flow (FLOW) $4.92 $1.57 B 4.52%
Kusama Kusama (KSM) $174.90 $1.49 B 3.35%
TrueUSD TrueUSD (TUSD) $0.99960000 $1.44 B -0.07%
Curve DAO Token Curve DAO Token (CRV) $3.04 $1.40 B 15.03%
THORChain THORChain (RUNE) $4.20 $1.39 B 15.15%
Loopring Loopring (LRC) $1.03 $1.38 B 27.53%
Huobi Token Huobi Token (HT) $8.76 $1.37 B 0.26%
OKB OKB (OKB) $22.77 $1.37 B 10.11%
eCash eCash (XEC) $0.00007140 $1.36 B 2.38%
Gala Gala (GALA) $0.19085000 $1.34 B 7.06%
Enjin Coin Enjin Coin (ENJ) $1.53 $1.31 B 5.49%
KuCoin Token KuCoin Token (KCS) $16.04 $1.29 B 5.48%
Neo Neo (NEO) $18.09 $1.28 B 2.67%
XinFin Network XinFin Network (XDC) $0.13352904 $1.64 B -9.02%
Zcash Zcash (ZEC) $92.20 $1.26 B 1.60%
Amp Amp (AMP) $0.02941000 $1.25 B 13.62%
Quant Quant (QNT) $102.40 $1.24 B 5.59%
Celo Celo (CELO) $3.11 $1.21 B 2.95%
Basic Attention Token Basic Attention Token (BAT) $0.77967614 $1.17 B 6.42%
Oasis Network Oasis Network (ROSE) $0.32991000 $1.16 B 4.32%
Arweave Arweave (AR) $31.57 $1.06 B -1.63%
Chiliz Chiliz (CHZ) $0.17230000 $1.03 B 1.48%
Nexo Nexo (NEXO) $1.82 $1.02 B 4.78%
Dash Dash (DASH) $90.40 $959.45 M 2.91%
Pax Dollar Pax Dollar (USDP) $0.99985688 $945.51 M -0.16%
Kadena Kadena (KDA) $5.57 $931.01 M 7.88%
Secret Secret (SCRT) $6.08 $913.67 M 12.76%
Waves Waves (WAVES) $8.37 $905.88 M 2.79%
yearn.finance yearn.finance (YFI) $24,204.69 $894.90 M 4.44%
NEM NEM (XEM) $0.09590000 $868.26 M 0.25%
Mina Mina (MINA) $2.30 $833.16 M 1.41%
Compound Compound (COMP) $127.03 $828.91 M 4.66%
Holo Holo (HOT) $0.00453738 $785.59 M 1.36%
XDC Network XDC Network (XDC) $0.06340772 $780.23 M 2.84%
BORA BORA (BORA) $0.86913842 $748.55 M 17.32%
Decred Decred (DCR) $54.70 $750.49 M 0.61%
1inch Network 1inch Network (1INCH) $1.59 $749.44 M 3.71%
IoTeX IoTeX (IOTX) $0.07159000 $692.81 M 5.10%
Theta Fuel Theta Fuel (TFUEL) $0.12580000 $674.24 M -1.10%
Ravencoin Ravencoin (RVN) $0.06397000 $675.11 M 5.45%
renBTC renBTC (RENBTC) $37,166.32 $667.13 M 3.06%
OMG Network OMG Network (OMG) $4.20 $593.48 M 6.38%
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