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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Awful to see @BitPay changing the original logo of #Bitcoin in their new wallet update. What a wa...
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Best Potential Moonshot Hands Down; TRUSTSWAP (SWAP) Full DeFi Suite, Simple P2P Trustless Escrow, and Great Tokenomics!
Trustswap https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/trustswap Okay guys I've spent the last two days learning about this token and I've come away very impressed. I think this token may be a serious contender for best performer this year. On the TrustSwap social platforms it feels like 2017. Here's some info about the company. TrustSwap is a DeFi project created by the founder and CEO of Uptrennd Jeff Kirdeikis. Most notably he has the largest cryptocurrency investing group on Facebook, and he is what Tom was to MySpace but for Uptrennd. He host The Bitcoin and Crypto Podcast which is actually very good, and he has a massive following on Twitteother social. Better yet, this guy is a marketing genius like a less annoying Justin Sun. He has a pipeline of good news lined up and knows when and how to release that information on the masses. Everything he does seems meticulously thought through. He continually affirms his commitment to get SWAP listed on high volume exchanges with MXC yesterday, Hotbit today, and Houbi/Bitmax tomorrow he is actually succeeding. He is also very responsive and has team moderators standing by in the social media channels to field questions/vanquish FUD. Here are the basics: TrustSwap is building a DeFi ecosystem that will start out as a simple P2P trustless escrow and payment platform and evolve into a fully decentralized exchange (DEX) with leverage and futures options all offered via non-custodial smart contracts. They will also offer multi-chain token wrapping as a service and on-chain governance using the native ERC-20 token SWAP. Imagine being able to wrap BTC, Monero, Digibyte, or any crypto and then trade it on uniswap, or have it interact with Ethereum compatible wallets, and applications. Through this, you can move funds cross-chain without ever having to sign up to a Centralized Exchange, allowing you to never have to KYC, staying fully anonymous across exchanges. Wrapping tokens also offers huge benefits to new blockchain projects that have their own chain, allowing them to save massively on listing fees, as well as instantly be connected to strong wallets and decentralized exchanges. This puts the ability to trust back in the investor's hands and might spark a new ICO boom as new projects eager to establish credibility rush to use it. So yes beautiful wrapping everything layer 3 solution my brothren. And highly incentivised holding economics, for example rewarding users from fees collected from the DeFi network! And staking; All fees paid to the platform will get split as follows: 80% goes back to holders as staking rewards 10% are burned forever (adding that value back to token holders) 10% goes to the dev fund which can be used as the community sees fit This project has massive potential and is already building a strong community foundation with big moves coming soon as more exchanges and markets come on board. The staking and deflationary tokenomics make this a long term HODL for me. Token Metrics: Total Supply: 100,000,000 SWAP Circulating Supply: 62,500,000 SWAP Market Cap: $3.6 million 60,000,000 SWAP Initial liquidity offering on uniswap about two and half days ago, price dropped at like $0.035. Volume bottomed out and rising again (same with holder count). 20,000,000 Team Supply 20,000,000 Marketing, development, legal, bounties, OTC investors, airdrops. LINKS: Website: www.Trustswap.org Discord: https://discord.gg/GNUrcK Telegram: t.me/TrustSwap Token address; https://etherscan.io/token/0xcc4304a31d09258b0029ea7fe63d032f52e44efe Uniswap; https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap?inputCurrency=0xc02aaa39b223fe8d0a0e5c4f27ead9083c756cc2&outputCurrency=0xcc4304a31d09258b0029ea7fe63d032f52e44efe Extra nugget from Jeff on Discord; "@everyone SwapLogo SWAP is listing on Hotbit this Monday! SwapLogo https://hotbit.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360051689713 This is the first step into TrustSwap's emergence in the Asian markets. We are going to be kicking off major marketing campaigns with an Asian marketing firm within the coming week to follow up this listing. We also have a couple more Top-50 listings lined up for this week as well When we had a vote to see which exchange you wanted to see SWAP listed on, Huobi was the winner by a massive margin, so we will be opening up the conversation with Huobi to get SWAP listed on there also in the near future." DYOR!! Godspeed! I'll see you guys on the other side! To address FUD about OTC investors dumping, yes they are dumping, it's my belief most weak hands have exited the market, they got in at $0.005 per SWAP.
Three suggestions for better boundaries between Monero and Tari
I write this as a multi-year Monero contributor to the subreddit, the CCS, and minor commits to both the CLI and GUI. However, my Reddit account is newish since I regularly delete my Reddit account every six months or so out of privacy concerns, so let my words in this post act as proof of my grasp of Monero and our community's values. I have been increasingly confused by how intermingled the goals of Monero have become with Tari. Naturally, I could care less if someone wants to merge-mine with Monero. But last week we had dEBRUYNE, longtime excellent mod of this subreddit, break the subreddit's own rules to announce Tari's testnet. So naturally it feels like the Monero community is being invited to align itself with Tari, both alongside Tari's development and its eventual goals. Yet I don't feel like the Monero community is fully aware of how this conflation has the potential to degrade the purity of our community, so that's why I am writing this post today. On the one hand you have Monero, perhaps the only pure cryptocurrency project left in the entire space. Bitcoin development has declined to a crawl. Yes, regular commits to its code happen all the time, but fundamentally they have become a traceable surveillance coin, and make no major efforts to change this. Greg Maxwell's Confidential Transactions are just sitting there on the shelf, waiting to be implemented. It's sad, really. Thankfully, there is us. There is Monero. We have all of the benefits of Bitcoin in that we were fairly launched (no premine, founder's share, etc), are decentralized, PoW, and open source. Further our culture reflects the culture of Bitcoin's origins. There is no price talk in Monero. No memes. (Bitcoin's subreddit is overwhelmed with price memes, a harbinger of a dying coin.) Indeed, Monero's community is first passionate about the technology inside it. Some of the most upvoted posts in this sub are actual gd pull requests. So wonderful. I think back to how painfully long it took us to complete the GUI. So many of us were so focused on getting the CLI right that the GUI was delayed for (I think) almost two years. There are precious few coins like that these days. Namecoin is a wonderful exception. Jeremy Rand's recent presentation on how Namecoin has been implented in the Tor-browser is perhaps the most exciting news in cryptoland all year. Unlike 95% of the burning crypto dumpster fire, people may soon actually use Namecoin, typing something like Monero.bit instead of a long difficult aasldkfasdlkfjadlkfj.onion address. And then you have everybody else. 95% of the crypto garbage out there is fundamentally useless if not a straight up scam. Most of the stuff falls into 2 different camps of crap: (Crap 1) useless slick coins with massive marketing budgets, and (Crap 2) reskinned forks. 95% of the garbage out there cares first and foremost about how it appears on the surface, because: the first goal for most cryptos is not making something useful, it's making money. You can have a coin like Dash that "innovates" a PoW by stringing a bunch of hash functions together to make it's X11 algo, but since the wallet software itself impresses people, they don't care. Who cares if there is fundamental collision potential in X11 that could break the coin in a single block? Everything looks sliiick. In short, you can tell if a cryptocurrency is healthy or not if its first goal is making money or making something useful. Thankfully Tari does not seem to be as bad as 95% of the stuff out there. A cursory glance at their repo makes it seem like Fluffypony found talented devs who know their stuff. Further, I think the idea of merge-mining alongside Monero is quite smart. I am a huge fan of Tevador and hyc and the work they did on RandomX, so anything that champions their creation is welcome to me! My hope is we have dozens of merge-mined RandomX coins in the coming decades. Our hash rate will only increase, and the security of our chain will improve. Furthermore, I think Fluffypony himself is a guy with a lot of integrity, so I actually feel a degree of trust towards Tari that I wouldn't naturally feel. The issue is Tari's goals. I say this dispassionately: I am uncertain if Tari's central goal is to make something useful or to make money. Here's an article in Blockchain News announcing Tari. In it, they describe what Tari's software will hopefully do:
in our digital world, these restrictions are unduly limiting for both businesses and consumers, making it costly, difficult, or impossible for digital assets to be resold or transferred,” the announcement stated. “For businesses, this means missing out on the tens of billions of dollars generated each year from secondary resale and trading of the digital goods they issue. For consumers, this means never having true ownership of their digital assets, despite having earned or paid for them.”
Sounds ok. Who wouldn't want the ability to trade scarce digital assets with programmed rules? I certainly would. However, farther down the page you have this:
... those involved with the project include John Pleasants, the former CEO of Ticketmaster and the venture firms Redpoint, Trinity Ventures, Canaan Partners, Slow Ventures, Aspect Ventures, DRW Ventures, Blockchain Capital, Pantera, and Multicoin Capital.
Here is where things get a little hairy, and why I am nervous about the pump-culture of crypto leaking into the tech-culture of Monero. Redpoint is a backer of the scammy gambling website Draft Kings. Blockchain Capital is a backer of Coinbase and Ripple. Pantera put up some of the cash that made ZCash happen. I don't know about you, but it makes me squirm a bit to see Tari's logo alongside ZCash and Ripple. Naturally, the terms of their VC investments are somewhere in black and white, yet there is nothing anywhere on the Tari website about the emission schedule of the coin. In fact, unlike most VC backed crypto out there, Tari doesn't even list their investors. They used to list it in their FAQ as seen on archive.org, but have since removed it. Monero is one of the most hopeful things in the world right now, and it has this special status for me because it cares first and foremost about the technology it is innovating. Decentralized private open-sourced cash. It's an incredible wonderful future that we're all making together. Nothing like Monero has ever existed. But it is more fragile than people realize. It can be slowly killed. This community can eventually become like Bitcoin, stuck in price-memes, if the culture gets sucked away from technology and into profit making. Is it possible for Tari to accept VC money and be solely focused on the technology of a product? Theoretically, yes. But it's not easy. I've had to work with a few small Silicon Valley companies who also accepted VC cash, and returns to their shareholders were a constant source of pressure on them. Will it be for Tari? Monero needed many years to be awkward and small in order to strengthen itself to be the sizable functional coin it is today. Does Tari have this same patience, or will the VCs need payouts sooner than that? If Fluffypony's main goal in Tari is to help people trade digital assets then why didn't he simply launch Tari like Monero, free and open source (FOSS)? Namecoin is FOSS and merge-mined; it has no VC backers. As a worst-case scenario, how long will it be before Tari is "given back to the community", as so many VC-inspired coins have done? Dead code repos all over the corners of cryptoland, discarded after the venture capital firms dumped their premine and took off. There are a lot of unanswered questions here. In closing, I have three suggestions:
Fluffypony should publish the emission schedule as soon as he can, so Tari’s fans can know if there is a premine/founders-share/etc. And perhaps be transparent about how their venture capital investors are being compensated.
People here should think critically before they get involved Tari. It has a different ethos than Monero.
Despite the Fluffypony connection, Rule #4 should be enforced, disallowing posts promoting merge-mined coins like Tari from this forum. If Tari is allowed in this forum, we need our moderators to be honest about whether or not they are investors in Tari and have a conflict of interest. That said, most mods are anonymous, so it's actually impossible to enforce this disclosure. So I guess just enforce Rule #4.
"The Network Effect is King" - What I have learned after 3 years in crypto (Part 3)
This post is the third post of mine on things I've learned in the 3 years I have been in crypto. So far I have only posted them in the EthFinance daily since I didn't think they were worthy of dedicated posts but I have since figured I may as well post one here and see what you all think. Links to the first two posts are at the bottom. Here’s part 3 of my thoughts and what I have learned after 3 years in the crypto space. Enough with the embarrassing stories for now. Today I’m going to talk about one of the most fundamental rules in emerging technologies. It is very simple and goes as follows.
The network effect is king.
I cannot emphasise this enough. Coming into the crypto space I was already aware of the network effect. Just incase anyone here is unaware of the network effect, some dictionary app built into my MacBook defines the network effect as a phenomenon whereby a product or service gains additional value as more people use it. It’s why everyone uses Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp despite the incredibly invasive data tracking and despite the existence of private, secure, end to end encrypted alternatives such as Signal or Wire which are just as easy to use. Nobody wants to be “that guy” who makes their friends sign up to a new service just to stay in touch with each other (for the sake of helping people take online privacy more seriously, please be “that guy”, I will love you long time). The fact that you can join and have all of your friends already there in the app ready to interact with gives these platforms more value than other platforms which are fundamentally better. Unsurprisingly, crypto is no different. It’s why Bitcoin is still #1. The vast majority of people in crypto have a Bitcoin wallet and most people on the street have heard of Bitcoin even if they don’t know what it is. So if your store wants to accept Bitcoin or your website wants to accept donations, Bitcoin is the most obvious go to since most people will recognise the Bitcoin logo and anyone who owns crypto will almost certainly own some Bitcoin. However, if you display an ETH address, only those who truly delved deep into crypto and understand the advantages of Ethereum will have an Ethereum wallet. Just like how only the more privacy conscious individuals will have heard of or use Signal or Wire for messaging apps. Now here is where the network effect is important for us. As everyone in this sub should know, Ethereum is a turing complete ‘world computer’ whereas Bitcoin is strictly a payment network or digital store of value depending on who you ask. This clearly indicates that Ethereum’s potential market is much larger that Bitcoin’s since it can do what Bitcoin does and has dozens of other use cases like being a global settlement layer, tokenisation of digital and real world assets, insurance, supply chain tracking etc etc. The list goes on. Most importantly, in the field of this ‘world computer’ ultimate use case for blockchain which Ethereum is chasing after, Ethereum has by far the largest network effect.
At the time of writing this, Ethereum’s market cap ($26B) is more than 10x larger than its next largest competitor, EOS ($2.5B).
So what will it take for one of the many Ethereum killers to flip Ethereum? If you ask me, Ethereum’s head start is so large that even if the Ethereum ecosystem were to tear itself apart over a contentious hard fork I still wouldn’t be betting on a competitor to flip Ethereum’s largest fork unless we start to see some real adoption and infrastructure such as DeFi on these ETH killer chains. Ethereum being flipped seems about as plausible as Signal flipping WhatsApp. It’s pretty much a pipe dream. But what about Bitcoin then? Does this mean that Ethereum will never flip Bitcoin either? No, of course not. In fact, Ethereum has already flipped Bitcoin in terms of daily value transfer on the network thanks to stablecoins. As previously mentioned, Ethereum has a larger market to fill, so assuming the success of both Bitcoin and Ethereum, the flippening is almost inevitable. Like smart phones flipping basic mobile phones, it may take a while bit it will happen. It will take more time than many of us expected back in 2017. As mentioned at the beginning, this is part 3 of a series of posts I will be making. You can find part one and part two here.
Huge update to Cryptophyl - the SLP token exchange
Hi there, We've just released a big update to cryptophyl.com. The complete overhaul includes the addition of new features, a mobile-friendly trading interface and many design improvements. On top of this, we've just seen our biggest month yet of SLP token trading: almost $1M USD over April. What's new? Dark theme – We’ve introduced a dark theme which recolours the exchange interface so you can trade indoors without worrying about your eyes. The most requested feature we’ve had, you asked, and we delivered. Charts – We've added OHLC candle charts to the exchange so you can view price and volume data of all token trading since Cryptophyl launched last August. You can toggle between different periods and set the candle interval. Mobile friendly trading – We’ve revamped the mobile and desktop trading experience to a modern and responsive web application so you can trade comfortably on the move. Design improvements – We've refreshed the Cryptophyl logo, colours and typography, as well as redesigning the interface to maximise screen size, to provide a fresh user experience. Data availability – We've collected the most important trading and price information and have made it readily available from the dashboard – the core of the product. You can start trading, depositing and withdrawing with just a single click from here. API Keys – You can now generate API keys for programmatic trading directly on the platform. With lucrative arbitrage and market making opportunities existing in this nascent market, there is no better time than now to get started (view API documentation or create API Keys). Record trading volume In April we saw $900,000 USD worth of tokens traded over the month. The biggest markets were:
HonestCoin (USDH) - regulatory compliant 1:1 Backed USD stablecoin built on Bitcoin Cash = fast, cheap and stable border-less payments. We offer both BCH and BTC pairs. (Great explainer video why it's a nice alternative to USDT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEiO3mwDwPQ)
Drop Token (DROP) - Cryptophyl's native exchange token which you can earn just for trading and gives you perks and features on the exchange.
Spice Token (SPICE) - a fun appreciation token used for tipping on social media, one of the first and most adopted SLP tokens.
What are SLP tokens? SLP is an emerging standard for issuing tokens on Bitcoin Cash. This means any token transactions are as scalable, fast and cheap as Bitcoin Cash . You can learn more about SLP tokens and how to quickly create your own token here: http://simpleledger.cash/ What's next for us? We're working to release Detoken - a trustless token exchange which allows you to buy, sell and trade tokens whilst always being in control of your private key! This means there is no centralised point of failure and you never have to trust us with your coins and tokens. The exchange will be open source. We're making it easy for wallets such as bitcoin.com to integrate Detoken into their product flow and we think it's going to be huge for the SLP token ecosystem! Thanks, Semyon, Founder and CEO, Cryptophyl.com
Recovering 1 BTC from BITCOIN.COM iOS Wallet after latest update!
Hello everyone, I'm currently helping a friend recover 1 BTC from his iOS phone. I've tried several things but have until now not been able to recover the funds. He never backed up the app. Importing the 'current' bitcoin core seed into electrum using popular derivation paths like m/44'/0'/0' does not work. This is the public address: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/16pzMmk2WnEM85M7Hi5BucGSvsyqV1DmaM This balance was available until he updated the app. I suspect/hope that the phone still has a copy of what Bitcoin.com refers to in much of their support language as a "Legacy Wallet'. One procedure they recommend is to tap the bitcoin.com logo on the About page 7 times to recover the legacy wallet. I can see a message "no legacy wallet found" when I try this on my Android. But he does not see any change or message when doing this one his iPhone. Any suggestions? Does anyone know where on the phone this legacy wallet might be stored? Thanks in advance...
Unit tests haven't been ported yet . Help is welcome , should be mostly trivial fixes .
The logo is still the Wasabi Wallet Logo , ideas for a Mustard Wallet for Litecoin Logo , anyone ?
Hardware wallet integration
Should work , but currently untested . If you've tested it , and you find that it works with Wasabi but not with Mustard Wallet , please report the issue .
The macOS build is ready as a .zip file and should work , but I haven't tested it because I don't have a macOS release environment to sign and test the Builds on . macOS users : make some noise if you want a proper .dmg installation file ;)
How to help
The most critical thing right now , other than hammering out any remaining bugs, is growing the liquidity pool of the CoinJoins to further increase the privacy of the mixes and to speed up the time of the registration phase . The more participants and coinjoins , the more privacy ! So the best thing you can do to help is just to use the wallet to gradually mix and anonymize your Litecoin UTXO's , over several days, in several coinjoins , providing liquidity in the process . Or as the saying goes : in a connected world , privacy becomes a group effort . Other than that : have fun with it ! Source:https://gabrielkrieger.home.blog/2020/07/02/mustard-wallet-for-litecoin-public-release/
We start a GRAND EVENT in the amount of 5.5555 BTC, which is a kind of preparation before the big BetFury 2.0 update. Pre-registration is an important part of the platform's future, which opens the curtain of the upcoming event. You’ll feel it’s mood and enjoy some of the goodies to enter the updated platform with even greater interest. And the main thing — there will be a lot of chances to increase the amount of Bitcoins! In every part of the pre-registration event you’ll have the ability to win Bitcoins!
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A pound of feathers and a pound of bricks weigh the exact same, but $1 of BTC and $1 of BCH are not worth the same.
I've been hosting some pretty popular freeroll BCH tournaments on https://blockchain.poker this week. Yesterday, the winner of the tournament asked about trading his "useless" BCH winnings for BTC. I posted this comment explaining why it makes absolutely no sense to use BTC for a tournament:
Someone asked in the site chat if they could "flip these useless BCH sats for bitcoin" (of course you can), but I'd like to explain with some simple math why BCH is ideal for running these tournaments. The median fee to send a BCH transaction is $0.0005, while the median fee to send a BTC transaction is $0.74, according to https://bitcoinfees.cash. The evening tournament had 217 players and paid out the top 59 finishers. Of these 59 people ITM, only the top 16 paid out more than $0.74. If I was running the same tournament with BTC, that means that 33 people who were ITM and had "winnings" would have nothing at all, as the fee to send the BTC off-site would be greater than the total amount won. It's actually worse than that, though. Suppose I finished in 7th place and won $1.50. I withdraw the BTC to my own wallet and the site has to pay a $0.74 fee to send it to me, so I'm only getting paid $0.76. BUT I STILL HAVE NO MONEY. Because I'll have to pay another $0.74 fee to send that BTC anywhere, I effectively only have $0.02 of spending power, and no one will accept 2 cents of BTC because they will be facing the same conundrum. Maybe you're a whale and a $0.74 fee doesn't mean anything to you, but most people aren't depositing $1000 at a time to poker sites for that fee to be negligible. And even if you are a whale, it's still -EV to pay a $0.74 fee when you could pay a $0.0005 fee for the exact same service.
If anyone is interested, these tournaments have been pretty popular with the /poker community, averaging around 190 players in each one (and the tournaments have been password protected). I think blockchain.poker has seen hundreds of new users this week as a result. Unfortunately I can't afford to keep paying 0.25 BCH per day out of pocket to keep them going, but as long as casinos are closed and everyone is quarantined at home, I would like to keep them going, so I'm looking for sponsors for these tournaments. If you're a business and would like to sponsor, your logo will be displayed on the table felt to 200 users for ~2 hours straight, and the link of your choosing will be listed on both the tournament information page and on the dialogue that pops up when a player busts out of the tournament. DM me if you're interested. If you want to help keep these tournaments going but don't care about promoting a specific logo/link, all chaintips/tippr tips sent to me in this thread will be used for funding more freeroll tournament prize pools.
LOEx Market Research Report on June 23: Bitcoin daily active addresses show a downward trend
[Today's Hot Tips] 1.[Anonymous person completes registration of Bitcoin name and logo at the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office] According to cointelegraph, the name and logo of Bitcoin have been registered in the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office. This process was witnessed by Ignacio Rubio Menendez, a compliance expert and lawyer specializing in commercial law. The registrant said: "I am a bitcoin salesperson, my idea is to protect Bitcoin and take responsibility, so that any new user can cooperate with me 100% safely, away from the scam named Bitcoin, use real Bitcoin." It should be noted that the file refers to a logo that contains a white letter "B" in an orange circle, which will be the official logo of Bitcoin. 2.[Payment giant PayPal may launch cryptocurrency transactions] According to Coindesk news on June 23, three people familiar with the matter said that financial technology giant PayPal plans to sell cryptocurrencies directly to its 325 million users. One of the industry sources revealed that PayPal and Venmo will allow direct trading of cryptocurrencies. They will have some built-in wallet function, so users can store cryptocurrencies there. Industry sources said PayPal is expected to "work with multiple exchanges to obtain liquidity." Another source confirmed that PayPal is seeking to provide a cryptocurrency trading service and said the service is expected to be launched "in the next three months or earlier". It is reported that PayPal established a long-term cooperative relationship with Coinbase as early as 2016. As of now, PayPal official said it will not comment on rumors or speculation. Note: Venmo is a mobile payment service under PayPal, which allows users to transfer money to others using mobile phones or web pages. 3.【The main forces of long and short appear all! Ten days to move 160,000 BTC trading directions exposed】 During the BTC shrinkage adjustment period, the 24-hour trading volume was not the lowest but only lower. On June 22, the trading volume shrank to $ 15 billion, indicating a significant reduction in trading heat. This time is the moment when investors pay attention to trading opportunities. The shrinkage did not affect the BTC's rebound rhythm, because at present, BTC is continuing to expand its growth. Investigate the reason, you can pay attention to the changes in the amount of BTC flowing into and out of the exchange. As early as June 12, the total amount of BTC flowing into the exchange reached 40,000 BTC. In the past two days just past the weekend, nearly 120,000 BTC flowed out of the exchange, releasing a signal that the selling pressure has been greatly reduced. [Today's market analysis] Bitcoin (BTC)BTC has shown a shocking uptrend since early this morning; the first wave of pull-ups started around 0 o'clock, and then pulled up again around 4 o'clock after finishing sideways, reaching a maximum of 9785 USDT, and now slightly down below 9700 USDT. Mainstream currencies followed the day. BTC is currently reported at 9634.4 USDT at the LOEx Global, a 24h increase of 1.54%. The current fundamental performance is very general, which is in stark contrast to Bitcoin's high sideways price, and the two are diverging. This state cannot last forever, there are two ways to break the game. The first is that the main force spends a lot of money to violently pull the market and attract funds. In this way, more people use it; second, the main force smashes down and waits for Bitcoin to find its place in a certain scenario. The fundamentals will come up, and then push up the price. How likely is the former? Depends on the amount of funds to enter the market, according to this year's economic situation, I'm afraid not too optimistic. The possibility of the latter depends on the market demand of Bitcoin, a large number of people think that inflation of fiat currency is good for Bitcoin. However, there is currently no direct evidence to support this view. Bitcoin's daily active addresses show a downward trend and recently hit their lowest level since April 26. The highest currency price on April 26 was $7,700, and today is $9,600. So compared, the fundamentals cannot support the current price. Is the price going to fall? Not necessarily, the relationship between the price and the value is the positional relationship between the dog and the owner. The dog runs for a while and runs behind. In the short term, price will deviate from value, and in the long term, price will follow value. The shock cannot continue indefinitely, so let's choose a compromise method. 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