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2018 Summary & 2019, onwards!

2018: One of the biggest consolidations of Bitcoin in history. We dropped from approximately $20,000 per Bitcoin to as low as $2,800 (depending on which exchange you are looking at).

Guess what: 2019 might not be friendly, either. Sorry guys, but Bitcoin could fall as low as $800 USD per coin in 2019. If that happens, LOAD UP and set your positions. We have strong supports but once we break the $2,800 limit, we fall to $2,000 and then if that level breaks, the next support is $1,200. If that breaks, $800 will arrive shortly.

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This is not a bad thing. It is true capitulation.

Right now we have a relief rally and we are on track to hitting $4,500.00 USD per Bitcoin in this relief rally.

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Morgan Stanley & Crypto: We told you so

We hate saying I told you so, but…

  • Morgan Stanley, one of the world’s largest investment banks, has just poached Credit Suisse’s resident “bitcoin expert” to head the former’s digital assets unit.

  • Morgan Stanley is reportedly preparing to offer bitcoin swap trading for clients, joining other top banks in a sector-wide effort to explore digital currencies.

  • Goldman Sachs clarified last week that the bank is working on a type of derivative for bitcoin called non-deliverable forwards due to client demand.

We published an article on July 27, 2017, covering our recent interactions with Morgan Stanley contacts. We presented a bullish case after our discussions with Morgan Stanley. Most of those cases have turned out to be true (bar the ETF comment: it doesn’t look like an ETF for Bitcoin will come from Morgan Stanley in 2018).

Now, Morgan Stanley have consistently made more and more comment on Bitcoin, Blockchain and Crypto (especially from Q3 2018).

The purpose of sharing this post this morning is two fold. One: we want to remind everyone that bullish news presented at an early time (i.e. as per our original post in July 2017) should never be forgotten. Always keep your finger on fundamentals, as fundamentals are what will drive this market long term. Two: Sometimes things play out as expected (i.e. the majority of our calls back in July 2017) and sometimes they don't. Just because we post something, or anyone else posts something, always have a plan B in case some or all doesn't eventuate as expected. We are all human and the Crypto market is INEFFICIENT (An inefficient market, according to efficient market theory, is one in which an asset's market prices do not always accurately reflect its true value).

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Interesting side-note: Morgan Stanley veterans aren’t immune to the lure of Crypto. Zoe Cruz, a former executive, is on the board of Ripple. The bank’s former CEO, John Mack, took an interest in Omega One. Morgan Stanley are just one fine example of established corporations who are going full-speed into Cryptocurrency and Blockchain.

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Amazon, Walmart - Accepting of Crypto!

  • AWS CEO Andy Jassy unveiled two new blockchain products at the re:Invent conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

  • The company will offer Amazon Quantum Ledger Database and Amazon Managed Blockchain for developers using its cloud-computing services.

  • Amazon is introducing the services despite an almost 70 percent plunge this year in the price of bitcoin.

Amazon's new product will support two popular existing blockchain platforms — Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric. Ethereum is a popular open-source building platform for developers, linked to the cryptocurrency ether, while corporate giants including IBM are currently building projects on Hyperledger.

In addition to the managed blockchain product, AWS announced Amazon Quantum Ledger Database, or QLDB, where customers can replicate a copy of their blockchain network activity.

Amazon already leverages Ethereum on its cloud network, and in May announced a partnership with start-up Kaleido to make it easier for customers to put their services on blockchain. Microsoft offers customers "blockchain as a service" on its Azure cloud.

On the other side of the fence, Walmart is also fully invested in Blockchain. Walmart recently became one of the first retailers to explain how it will be using the technology. The company said it would require lettuce suppliers to upload data about their foods to blockchain within a year.

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