Cryptocurrency Quotes

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Olawale Daniel
“In trading Bitcoin and other commodities, everyone wants 1000% in a week, but can't handle 20% drop in a week. That's the beginning of witchcraft.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Disconnect your emotions from Bitcoin if you want to accumulate more gains.”
Olawale Daniel

“Trade the market for what it is, not for what you trust it to be”
rasarab

J.R. Rim
“The same people who thought Bitcoin at $100 was expensive, now think it is fairly valued at $30,000.”
J.R. Rim

Olawale Daniel
“Buy small units/bits of Bitcoin a day to keep poverty away.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Bitcoin will not make you rich quick like many hypes it, but it will make you rich slowly. Just DON'T SELL yet!”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Bitcoin cannot be acquired for free, which is precisely why it is setting humanity free.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“The cryptocurrency industry, powered by blockchain technology, has been dominated mostly by male while the traction of the female participants aren’t much to write home about. Until recently, the world of technological advancements have witnessed men taking charge but some exceptional women are now challenging the status quo and same thing goes for cryptography space, hence we have some powerful women in cryptocurrency industry reshaping the way we think of it.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Bitcoin is a digital gold - it is harder, stronger, faster and smarter than any money that has preceded it.”
Olawale Daniel

“Cryptocurrency mark the era to the end of money counterfeiting.”
Gun Gun Febrianza

Olawale Daniel
“Cryptocurrency is here to stay, so we hear on cryptosphere everyday. But there are some fundamental situations that needs to take place for this speculated ‘store of value’ to really have its foot to stand on, and that is, government’s ability to enforce taxation on businesses and individuals making gains with this currency. So, either we like it or not, crypto taxation needs to be enforced for government to really entertain any form of adoption. Asian countries dominates the cryptocurrency spaces but the governments are finding it a bit hard to really tax crypto transactions.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“In a world where public and private ways of living are two options, you have to choose from, blockchain technology comes in handy in balancing the equation. Blockchain technology is one of the hottest trends in the world today, especially with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) being implemented recently. The crypto industry is seamlessly growing in value and importance, and there are currently about 2.5 million products from reputable merchants across the globe that can be bought with the use of bitcoin today.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“In a world where public and private ways of living are two options, you have to choose from, blockchain technology comes in handy in balancing the equation. Blockchain technology is one of the hottest trends in the world today, especially with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) being implemented recently. Private

The crypto industry is seamlessly growing in value and importance, and there are currently about 2.5 million products from reputable merchants across the globe that can be bought with the use of bitcoin today.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“You should never convince someone to buy bitcoin because you end up having to babysit their experience.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Bitcoin cannot be acquired for free, neither is it too costly to acquire today, which is precisely why it is setting humanity free.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“If any of the above real world, national or regional currencies starts losing its value or falls victim to currency speculators or face any other dangers, not only would the central bank which backs that currency will take action to protect it, the government of that nation too would take supportive action too.

Cryptocurrencies are not backed by any central bank, government or financial entity. In fact, and as a consequence, cryptocurrencies are viewed by governments and central banks with trepidation, scepticism and intrigue. Cryptocurrencies by their very concept are beyond the purview of traditional governmental-central bank currency framework, though not outside the economy, nor illegal.”
Olawale Daniel

“The Social Currency - The intersection of bartering, cryptocurrency, and financing

The Social Currency addresses the idea that money is a social construct, and therefore so is poverty. From Capitalism to Communism, economists war over who controls the means of production. It is time for communities to become proactive in control over currency, the means of exchange.

Activists around the world are now challenging the idea that money has to be created and controlled by government.

In 2017, the bitcoin cryptocurrency that the anonymous Satoshi Nakomoto created and reserved for himself, was worth $22 billion.

Minorities, women, and even the disadvantaged among whites struggle to raise valuable capital to develop their goods and services.

The Social Currency presents a blockchain powered technology infrastructure for the alleviation of poverty.

Finally, the book will address how to comply with some of the regulatory hurdles necessary for the proper implementation of blockchain secure tokens offerings.”
Cecil John

Olawale Daniel
“Several business sectors, companies in healthcare, financial services, agriculture, as well as other entrepreneurs and solopreneurs are rushing to adopt the blockchain technology and secure their financial transactions to provide a clear record book among individuals with the digital coin’s technology, “cryptocurrency.” Meanwhile, many of these businesses are doing so basically because of the fear of being left behind (FOMO), without having crystal understanding about the basics of blockchain technology and how it should be applied to optimize their business performances.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Blockchain technology is a form of digitalized, de-centralized public record of all cryptocurrency transactions. Blockchain was designed to record, not just financial-related transactions, but virtually everything of value.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“As of today, the majority of Asian countries are still examining crypto technology and drafting their regulatory outlines. Better crypto tax regulations should come in the next few months or a year from now. Now, we can settle the argument on crypto taxation laws enforcement. It is very certain that it is just a matter of time for this event to unfold, collecting capital gains tax is just a time bomb waiting to explode in the cryptocurrency space, or else, the government will place outright ban on these commodities.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Learn about blockchain instead of going to college. You'll gain a whole lot of valuable information that would change your life.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Google takes your privacy, governments take your rights, banks take your money, corporations take your jobs, Bitcoin and other blockchain powered solutions gives it all back.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“In trading, you can't stop loss from happening but you can avoid big loss by using stop loss in your trades.”
Olawale daniel

Olawale Daniel
“You don’t have control over the money in your bank account. That's why the government hate Bitcoin and other blockchain-powered cryptocurrencies. Don’t forget that.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“In terms of adoption, Bitcoin has roughly the same users as the Internet had in 1997. But Bitcoin is growing faster. The next four years on this current path will bring Bitcoin user base to 1 billion people, which is the equivalent uses of 2005 for the Internet.”
Olawale Daniel

“lf that doesn't work, just keep buying until you're right.”
rasarab

Olawale Daniel
“Bitcoin is rapidly becoming the global reserve cryptocurrency just like the dollar is to fiat currency.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“At this crucial time, telling someone about Bitcoin is not financial advice by all factors. It is life advice.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“Innovation is not always liked in its early stage until it becomes a public point of discussion and interest. Bitcoin was like the Internet of the early 20s, and today we all use it. Most aspects of our lives revolve around the internet, the same way blockchain technology and other decentralized apps (DApps) will become mainstream solutions to our world in the future.”
Olawale Daniel

Olawale Daniel
“The government wants to fool its people by doubling the minimum wage but at the same time printing more than enough money into circulation. We can't solve problems by creating more problem for generations to come which is why Bitcoin and some other decentralized finance applications powered by blockchain technology looks to be our only hope of creating a better future.”
Olawale Daniel

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