Hanno Labuschagne

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Bitcoin ETFs approved

US regulators for the first time approved exchange-traded funds that invest directly in Bitcoin, a move heralded as a landmark event for the roughly $1.7 trillion digital-asset sector that will broaden access to the largest cryptocurrency on Wall Street and beyond.

The Securities and Exchange Commission, whose three-part mandate includes investor protection, authorised funds from industry heavyweights BlackRock, Invesco and Fidelity to smaller competitors including Valkyrie to begin trading Thursday.

[Bloomberg]
 
hellyes.
Thinks it's time to buy some more. The rand is trash in comparison and we have the next halving coming up.
 
Agreed with the Halving coming all the momentum is with BTC. New traders stick to majors BTC, ETH and SOL.

Local exchanges Luno (Ref code - 3QNT7 - we both get R 200) or use Valr, best exchanges in SA.
 
We did it boys :cool:
Nothing new. The last Bitcoin futures and ETFs caused it to tank.

hellyes.
Thinks it's time to buy some more. The rand is trash in comparison and we have the next halving coming up.
Waiting for the dips. But not BTC, it's old news.

Time to stock up. Just use VALR https://valr.com/invite/VAQUJKDJ.
Binance is better and you can short and long
https://accounts.binance.com/register?ref=35703912
 
So glad, my Nano X is looking good, R50k on the dot sitting there. I started the crypto trend in September, very excited about the future. The Rand must continue to weaken
 
So glad, my Nano X is looking good, R50k on the dot sitting there. I started the crypto trend in September, very excited about the future. The Rand must continue to weaken
Hope you sold?
 
BTC pumping almost at $49k, price is irrelevant although it does help when normies fomo in
 
dumping almost 46k now.

@UB40 you know what to do

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Thanx, dumping my last R8k in now, that's it, Im tapping out until payday 25th :thumbsup:

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