Our system focuses on the next six months. When it selected these Bitcoin-related names, it was bullish on them over the next six months. Its general approach is to buy what’s going up (and looks like it’s likely to keep going up over the next six months) and hedge in case it’s wrong.
Stonetoss Is ‘Not Willing to Let Censorship Go Unchallenged’
The artist says that no official word from Opensea and Rarible has been sent to the cartoonist’s team and the artist expects the issue “to be quite embarrassing for a platform touting itself as an art market.”
“Personally, I have no doubt that Flurks will enjoy a healthy secondary market even if we have to construct our own platform for it,” Stonetoss concluded. “This was already famously and successfully done by a project called ‘Cryptophunks,’ a knock-off of ‘Cryptopunks.’ However, as a conservative political cartoonist, I am not willing to let this censorship go unchallenged. Indeed, my renown as an artist is precisely because I can operate in this censorious environment.”
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How Bitcoin Could Lead To A Broader Crash
If Bitcoin crashed tomorrow, it might not cause a market crash. What would make the stock market more vulnerable to a Bitcoin crash would be broader corporate exposure to Bitcoin. That may be starting to happen. In a recent post, we mentioned how the CEO of one of our top names, MicroStrategy (MSTR), convinced the CEO of another of our top names, Tesla (TSLA), to add Bitcoin to Tesla’s balance sheet.
Earlier this month, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor spread his gospel to representatives from thousands of other corporations.
What happens if dozens of the largest S&P 500 component companies add Bitcoin to their balance sheets, and then Karlin’s prediction of a crypto bust comes to pass? Nothing good, for those companies’ shareholders. That’s how a Bitcoin crash could cause a market crash.