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Bitcoin News September 21, 2019

                                 Bitcoin News September 21, 2019


311,819,713 #XLM (22,905,867 USD) transferred from #Binance to unknown wallet
151,819,715 #XLM (11,152,477 USD) transferred from unknown wallet to unknown wallet


Former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne sold his stake in the company, nearly $90 million, over the last few days so he could put it all in gold, silver, and Bitcoin.
He’ll either be celebrated or ridiculed 10 years from now.
Big time players make big time plays.


Don't forget that you can long $ETH too on its ways to new all time highs in the coming years
Don't forget your longs on $BTC as well
Both are underpriced assets


This bitch said my cologne smell like the leather strap she wanna get smack by
I said good thing I’m wearing a belt
TOM FORD OMBRÉ LEATHER

Allows Fintech Companies to Set Up Regulatory Sandbox


Long is the only macro position that makes sense.
When $BTC goes parabolic again, there won’t be any chances to jump on board.
You better be ready. Many people will be left behind once this rocket launches again!


WhICh DiReCTIon though stupid pepper?
I don't have a clue.
Ask your paid group leader, he charges you Monthly for what a yes/no random generator would do better.


Verizon Awarded Patent for Blockchain-Based Virtual SIM Cards

Bitcoin History Part 17: That Time Mt. Gox Destroyed 2,609 BTC

VC investor: 5 ‘insanely bullish’ reasons why bitcoin will see big momentum

SLP Token Environment Built on Bitcoin Cash Continues to Expand

CME Group Is Launching Bitcoin Options Early in 2020

Everyone’s Worst Fears About EOS Are Proving True

Wells Fargo’s Stablecoin ‘Faster, Cheaper’ Than SWIFT, Says Exec

Tether Deals with the Bears; Holds Hope for Recovery

Tezos (XTZ) maintains a Levelled Movement Amidst the Bearish Outlook

UN Wants the Private Sector to Lead Shift to Renewables from Fossil Fuels

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