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Will bitcoin break 4k? 🤔

Fitzy
I think it is atomic swaps but I'm curious too..

I’m thinking it will be similar but it looks like kyber is all erc20 tokens as of now. Maybe atomic swaps allow you to hop chains like into bitcoin

https://micky.com.au/18-sec-staff-attend-bitcoin-etf-meeting/

https://micky.com.au/vanecks-compelling-case-for-bitcoin-etf-approval/

Sir Lancelot
OMG plasma is for the benefit of OmiseOther plasmas will benefit other Ethereum based dappsIn the short term OMG benefits from first movers advantage. Mid term all have equal access because open source. No cost = no value

Thats a very old fashioned way of thought imo. Open source does not mean no value. I can fork bitcoin tomorrow if I want. My coin would still be worthless, even if its the exact same technology

Ziggy Vitkunas
How low are we going?
Market is not rational - stop thinking short term and just buy if you want OMGLooking for bottoms when the market cap is this low isn't worth risking a sudden pump anyway.If you want a real reason why this market is the way it is:https://www.ccn.com/interview-fmr-morgan-stanley-exec-caitlin-long-on-how-wall-street-wants-to-ruin-bitcoin-part-1/https://www.ccn.com/interview-caitlin-long-on-cryptocurrency-regulation-and-why-wyoming-is-the-next-crypto-valley/Basically it's due to rehypothecation:Creating tokens out of thin air, not actually on a blockchain. Then selling them, increasing the supply of the token, reducing its price. It's illegal, but can't really do much about it.All the fake news from earlier this year was really fake.

When PoS and Plasma is production ready. You can create any ETH based token which will have more value than Bitcoin.

is omg next bitcoin?

Quang Nguyen
https://youtu.be/wE8ZCQPNChI

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2592024.0Take a look

Ex Why
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2592024.0Take a look

Thanks for the info😂, i dont give a shit about his website "bitcoin-fund-manager" but the analysis seems OK

https://todaysgazette.com/bitcoin-cash-abc-bsv-omisego-omg-stratis-strat-lead-sudden-crypto-bullish-run/#.XBvIj9buR1s.telegramBitcoin Cash (ABC, BSV), Omisego (OMG), Stratis (STRAT) Lead Sudden Crypto Bullish Run - Today's Gazette - Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ripple, Tron, Verge, Cardano News

at 20k: bull run. at 3k: bitcoin is dead.

Bitcoin starting its madness

Bitcoin Atom (BCA) is a SegWit enabled Bitcoin fork with atomic swaps, hybrid consensus and lightning network. Buy now its still cheap and all in one Atomic dex is readyCheck on coin market cap and join Bitcoin Atom telegram group

I think enough people are aware of Bitcoin to not let it go too low. If it does tank it wouldn't last long as everyone would go berserk trying to buy cheap btc

Bitcoin Rising... Now $4k+ 💕💕💕

Incase you're wondering what the title means or don't understand, OmiseGo is going to be a custodian of WBTC (wbtc.network) that was created/developed/supported by Kyber, OmiseGO, Maker, Bitgo, Airswap and some others.WBTC is wrapped Bitcoin as an ERC-20 on the Eth blockchain. 1:1 backed just easy to trade.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/01/14/russia-plans-tackle-us-sanctions-bitcoin-investment-says-kremlin/
https://youtu.be/vFzprhyUV10 bitcoin possible to pull this off omg will follow

I keep your ALTs man. Bitcoin /omg is the only good swap

C C
Is the Binance chain built on Cosmos or did they fork the code?

Per Binance webpage:“Our current implementation is built on forks of Tendermint and Cosmos SDK. We make use of a revised edition of Tendermint consensus and leverage its p2p networking logic, and Cosmos SDK features such as its "bank" is used for basic token transactions. Part of changes have been contributed back to the project as well.Projects like Binance Chain and Binance DEX are often built as forks of Bitcoin or as smart contracts on platforms like Ethereum. With a foundation of clean, well-structured code from Cosmos SDK, we were able to build on a codebase that we saw as a better alternative. Many thanks to the Cosmos developers and its community for their work (and for being really helpful in our issues and pull requests!)”