Peter Brandt Remains Bullish on Bitcoin - Bitcoinist.com

Best of Peter Schiffs Bitcoin Tweets, plotted on a price chart

Best of Peter Schiffs Bitcoin Tweets, plotted on a price chart submitted by blockchaincenter_de to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

PSA: Bitcoin "Unlimited" is limited to 256MB blocks. According to Peter Rizun's chart, we can't even scale to VISA-level tx/s with Unlimited.

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📈 Bitcoin Discuss Bitcoin History, Charts, TA by Tone Vays, Peter Brandt, and Parabolic Trav

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📈 Bitcoin Discuss Bitcoin History, Charts, TA by Tone Vays, Peter Brandt, and Parabolic Trav

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Ageing 'chart reader' Peter Brandt trolls bitcoiners on twitter with a chart showing a near 90% loss for most cryptos.

Ageing 'chart reader' Peter Brandt trolls bitcoiners on twitter with a chart showing a near 90% loss for most cryptos. submitted by banished98ti to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin’s [BTC] Doji top correction begins on weekly chart, says Peter Brandt

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Kraken: Peter Brandt questions exchange’s order, liquidity; deems irregular Bitcoin charts price manipulation

Kraken: Peter Brandt questions exchange’s order, liquidity; deems irregular Bitcoin charts price manipulation submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement violated.

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement violated. submitted by ydtm to btc [link] [comments]

Peter Schiff's comments on Bitcoin rally: "looking solely on charts it's time to sell and Chinese investors are wrong"

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PSA: Bitcoin "Unlimited" is limited to 256MB blocks. According to Peter Rizun's chart, we can't even scale to VISA-level tx/s with Unlimited.

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IRONY -- Peter Schiff/Euro PAC metals Ad on Bitcoin wisdom chartings site

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This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement violated.

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement violated. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement violated.

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement violated. submitted by ImagesOfNetwork to ImagesOfHongKong [link] [comments]

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement vio /r/btc

This chart shows Bitcoin price *UP* 75% ($450->$790) after May 23, when Jihan (AntPool) insisted devs must honor Hong Kong hard-fork agreement for bigger blocks, and Peter R (Unlimited) published Xthin proposals in June. Then July 31 price *DOWN* 10% ($660->$600) after hard-fork agreement vio /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Peter Schiff's comments on Bitcoin rally: "looking solely on charts it's time to sell and Chinese investors are wrong"

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Why Bitcoin is Superior to Gold

There is a constant war being fought between goldbugs, like Peter Schiff, and Bitcoin enthusiasts so I decided to make an outline, with links, comparing and contrasting gold and Bitcoin. I made this in November of 2019 (thus the information therein is based on figures from that time) but, being scatter brained, neglected to post this for the Bitcoin community to see. The yardsticks I used to compare the two assets included the following: shipping/transactions costs, storage costs, censorship factor, settlement time, stock to flow, blockchain vs clearing house, validation, etc. I will also touch on Roosevelt's gold confiscation executive order in 1933, transporting gold during the Spanish Civil War in 1936, and the hypothetical cost for Venezuela to repatriate its gold more recently.
I will provide a brief summary first then follow that with the outline I made. This information can be used as a tool for the Bitcoin community to combat some of the silly rhetoric coming from goldbugs such as Peter Schiff and James Rickards. I would like to make it clear, however, that I am not against gold and think that it performed its role as money very well in a technologically inferior era, namely Victorian times but I think Bitcoin performs the functions of money better than gold does in the current environment.
I have been looking to make a contribution to the Bitcoin community and I hope this is a useful and educational tool for everyone who reads this.
Summary:
Shipping/transaction costs: 100 ounces of gold could be shipped for 315 dollars; the comparable dollar value in Bitcoin could be sent for 35 dollars using a non-segwit address. Using historical precendent, it would cost an estimated $32,997,989 to transport $1 billion in gold using the 3.3% fee that the Soviets charged the Spaniards in 1936; a $1 billion Bitcoin transaction moved for $690 last year by comparison. Please note that the only historic example we can provide for moving enormous sums of gold was when the government of Spain transported gold to Moscow during the Spanish Civil War in 1936. More information on this topic will be found in the notes section.
Storage costs: 100 ounces of gold would require $451 per year to custody while the equivalent value of Bitcoin in dollar terms could be stored for the cost of a Ledger Nano S, $59.99. $1 billion USD value of gold would cost $2,900,000 per year while an Armory set up that is more secure would run you the cost of a laptop, $200-300.
Censorship factor: Gold must pass through a 3rd party whenever it is shipped, whether for a transaction or for personal transportation. Gold will typically have to be declared and a customs duty may be imposed when crossing international borders. The key take-away is gatekeepers (customs) can halt movement of gold thus making transactions difficult. $46,000 of gold was seized in India despite the smugglers hiding it in their rectums.
Settlement time: Shipping gold based on 100 ounces takes anywhere from 3-10 days while Bitcoin transactions clear in roughly 10 minutes depending on network congestion and fee size.
Historic confiscation: Franklin Roosevelt confiscated and debased the paper value of gold in 1933 with Executive Order 6102. Since gold is physical in nature and value dense, it is often stored in custodial vaults like banks and so forth which act as a honeypot for rapacious governments.
Stock to flow: Plan B's stock to flow model has become a favorite on twitter. Stock to flow measures the relationship between the total stock of an asset against the amount that is produced in a given year. Currently gold still has the highest value at 62 while Bitcoin sits at 50 in 2nd place. Bitcoin will overtake gold in 2024 after the next halving.
Blockchain vs clearing house: gold payments historically passed through a 3rd party (clearinghouse) in order to be validated while Bitcoin transactions can be self validated through the use of a node.
Key Takeaway from above- Bitcoin is vastly superior to gold in terms of cost, speed, and censorship resistance. One could theoretically carry around an enormous sum of Bitcoin on a cold card while the equivalent dollar value of gold would require a wheelbarrow...and create an enormous target on the back of the transporter. With the exception of the stock to flow ratio (which will flip in Bitcoin's favor soon), Bitcoin is superior to gold by all metrics covered.
Notes:
Shipping/transaction costs
Gold
100 oz = 155,500. 45 x 7 = $315 to ship 100 oz gold.
https://seekingalpha.com/instablog/839735-katchum/2547831-how-much-does-it-cost-to-ship-silver-and-gold
https://www.coininvest.com/en/shipping-prices/
211 tonnes Venezuela; 3.3% of $10.5 billion = 346,478,880 or 32,997,989/billion usd
http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/08/23/how-to-get-12-billion-of-gold-to-venezuela/ (counter party risk; maduro; quotes from article)
Bitcoin
18 bitcoin equivalent value; 35 USD with legacy address
https://blockexplorer.com/
https://bitcoinfees.info/
1 billion; $690 dollars
https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2019/09/someone-moved-1-billion-in-a-single-bitcoin-transaction/
Storage costs
Gold
.29% annually; https://sdbullion.com/gold-silver-storage
100 oz – $451/year
$1 billion USD value – $2,900,000/year
Bitcoin
Ledger Nano S - $59.00 (for less bitcoin)
https://shop.ledger.com/products/ledger-nano-s/transparent?flow_country=USA&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3ILV5O-Z5wIVTtbACh1zTAwqEAQYASABEgJ5SPD_BwE
Armory - $200-300 cost of laptop for setup
https://www.bitcoinarmory.com/
Censorship factor (must pass through 3rd party)
Varies by country
Gold will typically have to be declared and a customs duty may be imposed
Key take-away is gatekeepers (customs) can halt movement of gold thus making transactions difficult
$46,000 seized in India
https://www.foxnews.com/travel/indian-airport-stops-29-passengers-smuggling-gold-in-their-rectums
Settlement time
Gold
For 100 oz transaction by USPS 3-10 days (must pass through 3rd party)
Bitcoin
Roughly 10 minutes to be included in next block
Historic confiscation-roosevelt 1933
Executive Order 6102 (forced spending, fed could ban cash, go through and get quotes)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_Order_6102
“The stated reason for the order was that hard times had caused "hoarding" of gold, stalling economic growth and making the depression worse”
Stock to flow; https://medium.com/@100trillionUSD/modeling-bitcoins-value-with-scarcity-91fa0fc03e25 (explain what it is and use charts in article)
Gold; SF of 62
Bitcoin; SF of 25 but will double to 50 after May (and to 100 in four years)
Blockchain vs clearing house
Transactions can be validated by running a full node vs. third party settlement
Validation
Gold; https://www.goldismoney2.com/threads/cost-to-assay.6732/
(Read some responses)
Bitcoin
Cost of electricity to run a full node
Breaking down Venezuela conundrum; http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/08/23/how-to-get-12-billion-of-gold-to-venezuela/
“The last (and only) known case of this kind of quantity of gold being transported across state lines took place almost exactly 75 years ago, in 1936, when the government of Spain removed 560 tons of gold from Madrid to Moscow as the armies of Francisco Franco approached. Most of the gold was exchanged for Russian weaponry, with the Soviet Union keeping 2.1% of the funds in the form of commissions and brokerage, and an additional 1.2% in the form of transport, deposit, melting, and refining expenses.”
“Venezuela would need to transport the gold in several trips, traders said, since the high value of gold means it would be impossible to insure a single aircraft carrying 211 tonnes. It could take about 40 shipments to move the gold back to Caracas, traders estimated. “It’s going to be quite a task. Logistically, I’m not sure if the central bank realises the magnitude of the task ahead of them,” said one senior gold banker.”
“So maybe Chávez intends to take matters into his own hands, and just sail the booty back to Venezuela on one of his own naval ships. Again, the theft risk is obvious — seamen can be greedy too — and this time there would be no insurance. Chávez is pretty crazy, but I don’t think he’d risk $12 billion that way.”
“Which leaves one final alternative. Gold is fungible, and people are actually willing to pay a premium to buy gold which is sitting in the Bank of England’s ultra-secure vaults. So why bother transporting that gold at all? Venezuela could enter into an intercontinental repo transaction, where it sells its gold in the Bank of England to some counterparty, and then promises to buy it all back at a modest discount, on condition that it’s physically delivered to the Venezuelan central bank in Caracas. It would then be up to the counterparty to work out how to get 211 tons of gold to Caracas by a certain date. That gold could be sourced anywhere in the world, and transported in any conceivable manner — being much less predictable and transparent, those shipments would also be much harder to hijack. How much of a discount would a counterparty require to enter into this kind of transaction? Much more than 3.3%, is my guess. And again, it’s not entirely clear who would even be willing to entertain the idea. Glencore, perhaps?”
“But here’s one last idea: why doesn’t Chávez crowdsource the problem? He could simply open a gold window at the Banco Central de Venezuela, where anybody at all could deliver standard gold bars. In return, the central bank would transfer to that person an equal number of gold bars in the custody of the Bank of England, plus a modest bounty of say 2% — that’s over $15,000 per 400-ounce bar, at current rates. It would take a little while, but eventually the gold would start trickling in: if you’re willing to pay a constant premium of 2% over the market price for a good, you can be sure that the good in question will ultimately find its way to your door. And the 2% cost of acquiring all that gold would surely be much lower than the cost of insuring and shipping it from England. It would be an elegant market-based solution to an artificial and ideologically-driven problem; I daresay Chávez might even chuckle at the irony of it. He’d just need to watch out for a rise in Andean banditry, as thieves tried to steal the bars on their disparate journeys into Venezuela.”
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WTF Happened in 1971?

In a recent spillover of internet-based long-form intellectual new media into the mainstream, Eric Weinstein appeared as a guest on Ted Cruz's podcast. Eric was well prepared. Cruz played the role of a charitable and engaged critic while avoiding direct confrontation.
The conservation laid bare the intersection of the anti-corporate socialist left and anti-government libertarian right and the potential of these forces as a combined political interest. There was a strong sense of shared acknowledgement of the current crisis and they touched on all the culture war aspects. But I'm more interested in what Eric has pointed to now several times as the root cause of the systemic decline, and what seems to be the original trigger for the slow decay and building of tension that has ultimately led to the rise of darker elements on both the left and right that we see today: a Great Decoupling of productivity (GDP) and wage growth in the early 1970's. The significance of this time period has also been highlighted by Eric's boss, Peter Thiel.
We are referred to https://wtfhappenedin1971.com/, where a collection of charts give the impression that a profound change in the foundations of the economy took place, effectively causing a divergence of all kinds of metrics related to equality, wealth creation, the complexity of regulation, and implicitly downstream effects like political polarization, incarceration rates, and age of marriage.
The simple, seemingly persuasive answer is that the effective cancellation of the gold standard set us on a path towards borrowing ever larger sums to avert financial crises as they arise, and the return to a currency backed by something provably scarce, i.e. bitcoin, is a solution.
I can't say I'm convinced it's that simple. And Eric doesn't mention currency specifically as the problem.
So what I want to know is, was 1971 a real inflection point, the real root of inequality and dysfunction we see today? Was the removal of limits on the Fed's ability to print money a mistake? Or was there some other government action or change at that time that was the real cause? Do we need to let stock market crashes happen from time to time?
A year ago, u/gwern posted a 1986 Atlantic article that described a lot of the problems in black America that are still around 4 decades later and offered more in the way of nuance and insight than most of the discourse we see today. What struck me on revisiting it was how the timing of the decline of Chicago aligns with the early 1970's trigger hypothesis:
In 1970 thirty-seven percent of the population of the area was below the poverty line; in 1980 the figure was 51 percent. In 1970 the unemployment rate was 9.5 percent; in 1980 it was 24.2 percent. In 1970 forty percent of the residents of the neighborhood lived in families with a female head; in 1980 the number had grown to 72 percent. In 1980 of the 54,000 residents 33,000 were on welfare. Experts agree that all of the numbers are even worse today.
My mental model for social issues is that they are mostly rooted in economics. If you have a society that generates wealth, you can pay teachers, doctors, and police well enough to attract competent candidates and the competition necessary to create real expertise. You can afford to build and maintain good infrastructure and spend time on figuring out how to best help the disadvantaged. You have the resources to advance technology and support the arts. You get all the positive feedback loops that come with this.
When wealth generation becomes concentrated and restricted, public institutions start to struggle, people feel they have less opportunity, and social issues start to bubble up like the formation of outgroups of all kinds. A massive oversimplifation, I know, but a useful general framework to approaching issues that avoids (mis)placing blame on cultural degeneracy, "evil" corporations, or other common scapegoats that are largely symptoms of greater problems.
Today, this mindset seems to align with the conservative right, but in the 1986 article it's the "liberal answer" to the problem of ghettos that I identify with:
In Chicago the harbinger of the change was the closing in the late fifties of the stockyards, which for half a century were the sine qua non of lower-class grunt work and a heavy employer of blacks. Chicago lost 200,000 jobs in the seventies; small shut-down redbrick factories that used to make products like boxes and ball bearings dot the city, especially the West Side. The lack of jobs, the argument continues, caused young men in the ghetto to adopt a drifting, inconstant life; to turn to crime; to engage in exaggeratedly macho behavior -- acting tough, not studying, bullying women for money -- as a way to get the sense of male strength that their fathers had derived from working and supporting families. As Murray believes that one simple step, ending all welfare programs, would heal the ghettos, the unemployment school believes that another simple step, jobs, would heal them. "When there's a demand for the participation of the black underclass in the labor force, most of the so-called problems people talk about will evaporate in a generation," says John McKnight. an urban-research professor at Northwestern University.
Indeed, Mr. McKnight. And up until this spring, it looked like the Trump presidency's aggressively pro-jobs and pro-American workers policy was showing promise of vindicating this view - the presence of BLM and racial tensions leading up to 2016 had all but subsided by 2018-2019. I wonder just how little backlash the George Floyd incident would have caused if the pandemic hadn't undone the economic progress of the past 3 years.
Mind you, that "progress" was but a tiny step in the right direction in terms of improving wages and opportunities for the lowest earners. And for all the times the "audit the fed" meme hit the top of the_donald, it now seems impossible that the current administration has any capability or willingness to take the drastic steps needed to address the real root cause that apparently started 50 years ago. To do that, we may need an actual revolution.
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Are you new to Crypto? I started in late 2017, here’s some useful resources.

I’ll keep this short, but I know when I started I had no idea where to look and what resources to go to, so here’s some useful links:

Market Tracking & Resources

News

Twitter / social channels / people to look at

There’s a lot more than these resources, but they’re my go-to. I’m by no means a bajillionaire, but I’ve learned a lot through the last three years and wish I had a list of starting resources when I started.
Always remember, everyone is a ‘genius’ in a bull market as well.
If anyone else wants to add to this, sound off in the comments below.
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Top traders say Bitcoin log chart points to a 2017-style BTC bull run

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this sitePeter Brandt, a well-regarded veteran trader, recently emphasized the high demand from institutions as a key catalyst for Bitcoin’s strong performance. BTC/USD 1-month chart. Source: TradingView The strong high time frame technical structure of BTC, especially the weekly chart, and the strengthening fundamentals are buoying the market sentiment. […]
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Main mistakes of cryptocurrency investors

Main mistakes of cryptocurrency investors
Hello! 👋🏻 In this post, we will cover the main mistakes of cryptocurrency investors
💰 Investments in cryptocurrencies are not much different from investments in gold, stocks, and other familiar traditional assets. Tellingly, the mistakes that novice investors make are very similar.
📌 The main mistakes of investors are as follows:
🔸 Poor understanding of the industry where the funds are being invested. This is the most common mistake among many novice investors, so it is always worth getting to know the project and its solutions better.
🔸 When investing in cryptocurrencies, it is always worth remembering that the market is not always stable and it is better to keep a couple of altcoins in your portfolio in addition to Bitcoin.
🔸 It is always worth protecting yourself. If you hold large sums, consider buying a hardware wallet that will help you keep your funds safe from scammers.
🔸 If you see that the chart of the coin in your portfolio is not stable, then it is better to wait until it returns to normal and only then make a decision whether to sell or leave the asset.
🔸 Be aware of the risks. When investing in a particular coin or project, it is worth keeping in mind that it can both shoot and burn out, so do not invest amounts that you are not ready to part with.
✅ The DSF project is one of the most suitable investment options. The decentralized financial social network will inevitably gain popularity, and investors have every chance of becoming the second Peter Thiels.
📢 Learn more about the DSF project on our website: https://dsft.io
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[ CryptoCurrency ] Are you new to Crypto? I started in late 2017, here’s some useful resources.

Topic originally posted in CryptoCurrency by John_Titor_Jnr [link]
I’ll keep this short, but I know when I started I had no idea where to look and what resources to go to, so here’s some useful links:

Market Tracking & Resources

News

Twitter / social channels / people to look at

There’s a lot more than these resources, but they’re my go-to. I’m by no means a bajillionaire, but I’ve learned a lot through the last three years an wish I had a list of starting resources when I started.
Always remember, everyone is a ‘genius’ in a bull market as well.
If anyone else wants to add to this, sound off in the comments below.
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'It's about to get very interesting,' says Bitcoin stock-to-flow model creator

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this site PlanB, the man behind the widely-referenced stock-to-flow Bitcoin (BTC) value charts, described exciting times ahead for the asset.   “We’re four months after the halving, and it’s about to get very interesting,” anonymous Twitter analyst PlanB said in a Sept. 4 podcast interview with Peter McCormack.  PlanB’s stock-to-flow, or S2F, model […]
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