RT @StatsBTC
The $600 Stimulus Check is Now Worth:

$782 (+30%)

RT @StatsBTC
The $600 Stimulus Check is Now Worth:

$877 (+46%)

RT @crypto_voices
No matter what you think of on its birthday, understand that in 12 years it went from nothing, to the 7th most valuable "currency" in the world. This is truly remarkable.🌍

(Note you must use the Monetary Base as comparable money, everything else is simply a claim).

RT @crypto_voices
Since was created 12 years ago:
✅60% of all US dollars ever were printed;
✅66% of all fiat currencies ever were printed (valued in USD);
✅89% of all bitcoins ever were minted.

In one of these scenarios, the word "ever" means the year 2141, and beyond.

RT @StatsBTC
The $600 Stimulus Check is Now Worth:

$752 (+25%)

RT @DocumentBitcoin
75% of all US dollars in existence were printed after was created.

30th of August 2020 vs today and the time between. .

To cite two famous economist of our time:

"It's going down - I'm yelling timber."
-Pitbull and Ke$ha
RT @BTChap
30th of August 2020 vs today.

We are on track. t.co/6y6B0cFZIY

RT @BitcoinStimulus
@stevenmnuchin1 @USTreasury @federalreserve

RT @VersusBtc
Market Cap: $11.962 T
Market Cap: $456.33 B

Progress (Bitcoin surpassing Gold)
▓░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░ 3.81%

RT @xentagz
Digital scarcity can only exist once.

If you believe in
You never understood

I have already contacted a law firm that specializes in class action lawsuits, will keep you updated on the progress here.

RT @RyanOlah2
@ledger If any lawyers want to start a class action suit, I’m sure many of us will jump on board. This has just gotten 10,000x worse now.

RT @n3ocortex
is in a supply and liquidity crisis.

This is extremely bullish! And highly underrated.

I believe we will see this significantly reflected in Bitcoin's price in the upcoming months.

Let's take a look at the data.

A thread 👇👇👇

Falling revenues and costly pandemic relief measures have increased global debt by $20 trillion since the third quarter of 2019. By the end of 2020, global debt might reach $277 trillion, or 365% of world GDP.

Yet there still are just 21M .

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