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Wink Bitcoin Falls as China Calls for Crackdown on Crypto Mining, Trading
Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-22-2021, 01:47 PM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

[i]CORRECTION (May 21, 16:38 UTC): This article has been corrected to clarify that the call for a crackdown came from an official statement summarizing a meeting of a committee of China’s State Council, hosted by Vice Premier Liu He, rather than from comments made by him directly.[/i]
Bitcoin fell back below $37,000 on Friday as a top Chinese governmental body called for a crackdown on cryptocurrency mining, amplifying regulatory concerns.
Prices for the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization dropped to $36,800 from $41,700 during U.S. trading hours, erasing a sizable chunk of the corrective bounce from Wednesday’s low of $30,201.
Related: The May 19 Sell-Off Actually Strengthened Bitcoin’s Narrative
The decline happened after a Chinese government website published a statement summarizing a top-level meeting in which officials called for a crackdown on bitcoin mining and trading activities.

  • Liu He, a Chinese vice premier, hosted a meeting of the Financial Stability and Development Committee of the State Council on Friday. 
  • “We should be more alert and look for potential risks,” according to a statement posted on the website after the meeting. “We should crack down on bitcoin mining and trading activities and prevent individual risks from being passed to the whole society.” 
  • This is one of the most high-profile warnings against cryptocurrencies in recent years. The State Council is the chief administrative authority of China, where heads of cabinet-level executive department make national policies.
The meeting came on the heels of a warning against crypto trading by three Chinese financial industry associations and an intensifying crackdown on bitcoin mining operations in Inner Mongolia, which is one of the mining hubs in North China.
The market mood has recently soured on concerns that corporates may distance themselves from the cryptocurrency amid a growing chorus about the negative environmental impact of bitcoin mining.
“Anti-bitcoin (mining) news regularly comes up, but this is worth monitoring,” Thomas Heller, co-founder, and CBO at Compass Mining, tweeted. “Miners in China I’ve spoken with are unsure of the impact right now.”
Related: CME Returns to Second Place in Latest Rankings of Bitcoin Futures Exchanges
Last week, Tesla, the Fortune 500 company, suspended vehicle purchases with bitcoin, citing environmental concerns and dashing hopes for widespread corporate adoption. The company announced bitcoin as a payment alternative in February.
The cryptocurrency has been falling ever since and hit a low of $30,000 on Wednesday, marking a major pullback from record highs above $64,000 registered on April 14.

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  700 Million Reasons the Dogecoin Bubble Will Burst
Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-21-2021, 03:51 AM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

For more than a century, history has been pretty clear: Investing in the stock market has been one of the most-effective ways to build wealth over time. Although we've seen assets like housing and commodities like gold have their day in the sun, they've not come close to matching the long-term total returns (including dividends) of the broader market.
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But this long-term strategy of buying and holding stocks has seemingly been put on the back burner since cryptocurrencies made their debut. Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) and Ethereum, the two-largest digital currencies by market value, both traded well below $1 following their inception and now go for around $50,000 and $4,000 per token, respectively.

Yet it's not Bitcoin or Ethereum that's been generating the most buzz on Wall Street in 2021. Rather, joke cryptocurrency Dogecoin (CRYPTOBig GrinOGE) has been all the rage.

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Dogecoin has outperformed pretty much every asset over the past year

It's no secret that young investors love chasing after momentum plays. With Dogecoin rising by more than 22,000% over the trailing 12 months, it's been arguably the best-performing asset on the planet.

Supporters continue to lean on its perceived growing utility, its lower transaction fees relative to Bitcoin and Ethereum, and Tesla Motors' CEO Elon Musk's numerous tweets mentioning Dogecoin as catalysts. Musk recently served as the host of Saturday Night Live, with one of the skits mentioning Dogecoin.



The self-proclaimed "Dogefather" also recently announced that he would work with Dogecoin's developers to improve transaction efficiency. This came just a day after Musk tweeted that Tesla would stop accepting Bitcoin as payment for its electric vehicles due to environmental concerns associated with mining Bitcoin.

The social media boards are abundant with potential catalysts for Dogecoin -- too bad none of these catalysts holds any substance. Peel back the incessant hype and look at the tangible data, and you'll find that Dogecoin is nothing more than a massive bubble waiting to burst.

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The Dogecoin bull thesis lacks teeth if you look past the hype

To start with the obvious, Elon Musk tweeting about Dogecoin shouldn't have any tangible effect on its value whatsoever. A single tweet doesn't drastically improve its adoption or make the network more efficient or cheaper on a per-transaction basis. Relying on tweets as a core catalyst is nothing more than theater and an admission to the lack of tangible catalysts behind Dogecoin.

As for those pesky transaction fees, Dogecoin isn't as impressive as you might think. While its fees are indeed lower than Bitcoin and Ethereum, they're considerably higher than the likes of Stellar, Nano, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Dash, Ripple, Ethereum Classic, and many more cryptocurrencies. Cherry-picking the two most-popular coins while ignoring the complete lack of a barrier to entry in the crypto space exposes the Dogecoin transaction-fee bull thesis as hot air.



In terms of usability, only around 1,300 businesses worldwide accept Dogecoin as payment. Even if Tesla were to one day greenlight Dogecoin for payment, the fact remains that this meme-founded digital currency has, in eight years, managed to gather a mostly obscure list of businesses that'll accept it out of an estimated 582 million entrepreneurs worldwide.

But if these three reasons to avoid Dogecoin aren't enough, I've got one more -- or should I say 700 million more?

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700 million reasons Dogecoin's market value makes no sense

According to data from BitInfoCharts.com, Dogecoin has averaged in the neighborhood of 50,000 transactions daily over the past year. How does this stack up globally, you ask? In 2018, per the Nilson Report, there were just shy of 369 billion credit-based transactions, or approximately 1.01 billion per day.

Even though this figure has probably grown a tad since 2018, this means Dogecoin's 50,000 transactions a day equates to a microscopic 0.004947% of all global daily transactions. And it gets better.



At close to $0.56 per coin, Dogecoin has a market value of a little over $72 billion. By comparison, payment-processing giants Visa (NYSE:V) and Mastercard have respective market caps of $499 billion and $361 billion ($860 billion combined). Together, Visa and Mastercard handled almost 70% of daily global transactions in 2018 -- 700 million per day. Yet Dogecoin is approaching a tenth of their combined value despite handling only 0.00714% of the transactions Visa and Mastercard combine to process daily.

You don't need a computer science degree or a master's degree in economics to see that the numbers here don't add up. Even taking into account that comparing for-profit businesses like Visa and Mastercard to a blockchain-based digital currency isn't apples to apples, there's absolutely no logical reason Dogecoin should sport a market value this high when it's doing so little for the real world.

As I've previously stated, Dogecoin is driven by hype and has all the hallmarks of a classic pump-and-dump scheme. I'm not entirely sure when, specifically, this massive bubble is going to burst. What I am certain of is that this valuation for a cryptocurrency that possesses no special attributes won't last.





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  Business Insider Elon Musk is no longer the world's 2nd-richest person after Tesla sh
Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-20-2021, 02:26 PM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

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  • Elon Musk fell from being the world's second-richest person to the third-richest on Monday.
  • LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault, with a fortune of $161.2 billion, overtook the Tesla billionaire.
  • Tesla's stock has tumbled 24% from its January high, and its market cap has dropped.
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[*]Elon Musk on Monday lost his position in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as the world's second-richest person after Tesla's shares fell another 2.2%.
He was unseated by LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault, the luxury-goods tycoon. The billionaires are separated by a few million dollars on the list of the world's wealthiest people.
Arnault has amassed a fortune of $161.2 billion, while Musk's fortune fell to $160.6 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Musk's drop in wealth was a direct consequence of Tesla's stock falling 24% from its January high. The electric-vehicle maker's shares spiked to an intraday high of $900 in late January but have slumped to about $580.
The company's market capitalization has dropped below $560 billion from a peak of almost $870 billion. Wedbush said public-relations issues in China had hurt Tesla's monthly sales.
Read more: UBS says to buy these 42 'new momentum' stocks that are poised to outperform in a rising inflation environment
Musk nabbed the top spot on the list in January after Tesla shares skyrocketed amid a boom in technology stocks.
The Tesla boss was already having an eventful week in markets last week after his bitcoin U-turn triggered a wipeout of about $350 billion from the crypto market; bitcoin stabilized after he clarified that Tesla hadn't sold any of its crypto holdings. His suggestions on how to improve the technical efficiency of dogecoin spurred small increases in the price of the meme-inspired cryptocurrency.
"Tesla is the poster child of the low or no earnings equity movement that has worked incredibly well, as markets saw ever-increasing central bank liquidity through 2020," said Chris Weston, the head of research at the brokerage Pepperstone, adding that when Tesla moves it can become a momentum-and-trend juggernaut.
"That time is over, at least for now it seems, and in a world where market participants are debating the timing around a reduction in the Federal Reserve's bond-buying program, and other central banks are already tapering theirs, the market has moved from high growth stocks to value."
Tesla's shares closed at $576.83 on Monday but were trading 0.2% higher, at $578.29, in Tuesday premarket trading.
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  Why the Bitcoin and Ethereum selloff is actually good for Coinbase
Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-20-2021, 02:25 PM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

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Coinbase hasn't had the best public-market debut so far.
Since the massive cryptocurrency exchange went public via a direct listing in mid-April, its stock has fallen nearly 32% from its first closing price, as the value of the big cryptocurrencies it depends on, including Bitcoin, has tumbled in recent days and weeks. That crypto pain was especially bad on Wednesday, as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and even Dogecoin plunged in a big rout before regaining ground later on in the day.
As for [hotlink]Coinbase[/hotlink], the stock closed down roughly 6% for the day on Wednesday. The exchange's stock price is somewhat tied to the volatility of cryptocurrencies, and analyst Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson notes that "so far, Coinbase has traded almost in line with Bitcoin."
But perhaps surprisingly to those watching Coinbase's red stock chart this week, Luria tells Fortune that the falling price "misses a very important point, which is, today may have been Coinbase's best day ever."
His reasoning is that "the level of volatility is what really drives results for Coinbase—people buying and selling Bitcoin... not Bitcoin going up or down. I think people may have missed that today and that's why Coinbase continues to trade in sympathy with Bitcoin, as opposed to in-line with the volatility of crypto, which is far more important to Coinbase's results," he says.
Indeed, the vast majority of Coinbase's revenues come from transaction fees. So, as with traditional stock and securities brokerages, when trading volumes are up, that bodes well for Coinbase's bread and butter—even if coins like Ethereum and Bitcoin are plummeting in price. Coinbase recently reported sturdy first quarter earnings (fairly in line with their preliminary results), and the company said it's expecting volumes to be as good or better in the second quarter.
Still, falling prices aren't the only issue Coinbase is wrestling with. Amid all the crypto craziness on Wednesday, Coinbase (and other exchanges like Binance) experienced issues with trading or logging in, as Coinbase Support tweeted earlier Wednesday. The company later declared it had "put a fix in place," stating that customers "shouldn't run into any more trouble logging into Coinbase and Coinbase Pro."
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Luria notes that "long term," Coinbase's value will be tied to the "overall success of the crypto economy, which is tied to crypto prices." He says that investors should bear in mind that Coinbase's stock follows the same guidelines as crypto assets themselves: namely that it's a "highly speculative endeavor and investors should only invest what they're willing to lose."
But if investors see more rocky and volatile days like Wednesday, says the bullish Luria, "Coinbase is going to do phenomenally well"—so long as there continues to be the interest and active trading around the buzzy assets.
This story was originally featured on Fortune.com

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  As cryptocurrency goes wild, fear grows about who might get hurt
Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-17-2021, 07:01 PM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

As cryptocurrency goes wild, fear grows about who might get hurt

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For a brief moment, Brian Cardarella was a Dogecoin millionaire.
The 41-year-old said he invested tens of thousands of dollars earlier this year in the cryptocurrency. As the digital token - created in 2013 based off a humorous online meme - surged, he watched the value of his investment cross $1 million.
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Despite a recent reversal, it is still worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to a screenshot he provided of his trading account. "It is an emotional roller coaster," said Cardarella, who lives near Boston and founded a software consulting firm.
The rise of bitcoin - a type of cryptocurrency that exists on computers all over the Internet and does not rely on any government to oversee it - has often dismissed as a financial fad for techie speculators.
But this year has seen the number of cryptocurrency explode, minting hordes of newly successful investors drawn by the potential of huge profits, a culture soaked in humor and the encouragement of celebrity billionaires including Elon Musk. Dogecoin, named after the Shiba Inu "doge" meme, is up 10,000 percent this year, according to Coindesk, a media outlet that tracks cryptocurrency.
But the wild turns of the crypto market are colliding with intensifying concern from regulators about the risks taken on by ordinary investors and the potential for these largely anonymous digital payment systems to facilitate misconduct.
Last week, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission warned investors that bitcoin is a "highly speculative investment," pointing to "the lack of regulation and potential for fraud or manipulation."
The cryptocurrencies, which now number nearly 10,000, have been fueled by websites that allow investors to easily trade the investments, as well as stimulus checks that could easily be used to speculate as Americans were stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
"Why is it that so many people are getting into it?" Cardarella said. "I would not be surprised if a lot of the people invested in crypto count that as their only investment."
Cryptocurrencies are essentially digital assets that allow people to exchange information or represent items of value on the Internet. In many cases, the digital currencies are run on a global network of computers that are not under the control of a central bank or company. They promote record-keeping, granting users the ability to instantly record their transactions on a public ledger without a middleman brokering the transaction.
The ransomware attack that brought down the Colonial Pipeline, sparking gas shortages in large swaths of the country last week, renewed attention on the use of cryptocurrencies to facilitate crime.
"There is a tension of privacy versus a government's right to know," said Kenneth Rogoff, an economics professor at Harvard University, who noted tax evasion and the financing of illicit activity among the challenges that cryptocurrencies pose to governments.
"This has been going on with cash forever, but cash is nothing compared to the potential for crypto," he said.
Many of the most popular tokens such as bitcoin have entire communities of developers and entrepreneurs building financial products and computer programs on top of the technology. Other currencies have no discernible utility other than to trade.
Recent days have underscored the extreme volatility of the market and the breathtaking sums trading hands.
Following his May 8 appearance on "Saturday Night Live," where Musk, who has called himself the "Dogefather," appeared to disparage the cryptocurrency, Dogecoin tumbled more than 30 percent. Musk followed that performance with another market-moving event, tweeting that his electric-vehicle company Tesla would no longer accept bitcoin as payment, citing its high-energy demands.
Bitcoin, the most valuable digital token, shed about 10 percent, taking many other names along with it. On Sunday, Musk suggested on Twitter that Tesla may have already sold or will sell its bitcoin holdings - sending prices diving.
The whims of a billionaire executive and his wrecking-ball tweets were only part of the story this month. A new cryptocurrency dubbed Internet Computer, which aims to foster open, decentralized versions of social media and enterprise software, debuted to the tune of $90 billion, with its market cap settling near $40 billion on Friday.
Over the past three months, the total value of all cryptocurrencies spiked 40 percent, to about $2 trillion.
Apps such as Robinhood and Coinbase offer a host of cryptocurrencies to invest in, which users can convert into cash. The ease of trading, experts say, was amplified by the economic and social conditions of the pandemic, which cut people off from live entertainment and casinos, while many Americans had thousands of dollars in stimulus checks to spend.
A viral tweet posted by Nick Maggiulli, chief operating officer at Ritholtz Wealth Management, captured the astronomical growth for those willing to take the risk: If a person who received three government stimulus checks invested the full amounts in Dogecoin - buying in April and December last year and again in March - that portfolio would now hold approximately $500,000 worth of the token.
"Because you get this big price movement, you start to see your friends making money, people have this general fear of missing out and they want to be part of the excitement," said James Putra, vice president of product strategy at TradeStation Crypto, a trading platform. "When you put an entire nation at home, they find interesting ways" to spend their time, he said. "People that never even contemplated trading are now talking to me about moving averages and chart patterns."
But the phenomenon is global, and many investors see the merits of new technology and the chance for life-changing winnings.
"I am entering a new tax bracket that I would never touch based on my income from working," said Christopher Hansson, a 29-year old law student in southern Sweden who used to work in retail and shared a screenshot of his cryptocurrency account. "A lot of people made life-changing amounts of money during the early stages of the Internet, and I would say cryptocurrency is the Internet 2.0."
Since 2017, Hansson said he has invested about $15,000 in several tokens and has seen his crypto portfolio grow significantly. "Financial independence - of course it's a long shot, but it's a shot," he said. "I live in my apartment with my dog. A garden and all that would be nice."
Angela Walch, a professor at St. Mary's University School of Law and a research associate at the UCL Center for Blockchain Technologies, said a confluence of factors is behind the flood of amateur investors diving into the market for novel assets.
"Why is this happening now; culturally where are we? We've had major world-shaking events, this massive global pandemic, stimulus packages and lots of government spending in the U.S. and elsewhere," she said. "This is your safe haven, the world is falling apart. Think of it as buying a lottery ticket; spend whatever you would be comfortable spending in Vegas. You may win big. But you also treat it as entertainment value - the chance to win big."
In the wake of the GameStop frenzy earlier this year, when stocks became memes, hype replaced fundamentals and celebrity endorsements turned attention into financial authority, regulators are taking notice.
Statements from finance officials highlight growing government concern, especially as figures such as Musk have shown their outsize influence over markets and, experts say, as prices swing wildly when influencers proclaim their excitement or scorn.
The SEC's recent warnings of the dangers of bitcoin follow calls for more muscular government action, establishing a federal watchdog with a clear mandate to oversee cryptocurrency's regulatory gray area.
"Right now the exchanges trading in these crypto assets do not have a regulatory framework, either at the SEC or our sister agency, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission," SEC Chair Gary Gensler told Congress earlier this month in one of his first remarks on cryptocurrency regulation. "Right now there's not a market regulator around these crypto exchanges. And thus there's really not protection against fraud or manipulation."
Officials abroad have taken a less diplomatic approach.
"I'm going to say this very bluntly again," said Andrew Bailey, governor of the Bank of England. "Buy them only if you're prepared to lose all your money."
Regulators face increasing pressure to set new policy on cryptocurrency not just because of the risks to retail investors, but the broader crypto boom bolstered by premier financial institutions such as JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs advancing plans to offer crypto-based financial products to their clients.
"The more that these tendrils from crypto are weaving their way into the mainstream financial system, the more they can pose a systemic risk," said Walch of St. Mary's University. "They cease being their own alternative-world projects - it's not just those dedicated people anymore."
And as the Colonial Pipeline ransomware crisis made clear, government officials have yet to resolve a fundamental tension at the heart of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
"There are two very different concepts: creating anonymity in the blockchain and simultaneously having a traceable and regulated currency - in my mind, they are very antithetical concepts," said Alex Reffett, co-founder of the East Paces Group, a wealth management firm.
"The government can destroy cryptocurrencies if they want to," he said. "But the ideas that make cryptocurrencies unique and valuable to at least some degree relies on the unregulated areas."

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“Working with Doge devs to improve system transaction efficiency,” Musk tweeted. “Potentially promising.”

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Dogecoin DOGEUSD, -7.25% prices immediately shot higher, after bitcoin BTCUSD, -2.97% took a large hit in the wake of Wednesday’s announcement. Tesla’s TSLA, +3.16% purchase of $1.5 billion in bitcoin and acceptance of the cryptocurrency as a payment option was seen at the time as a sign of growing institutional acceptance of crypto.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks

“Cryptocurrency is a good idea on many levels and we believe it has a promising future, but this cannot come at great cost to the environment,” he tweeted Wednesday.

Musk did say that Tesla would not sell any of the bitcoin owned by Tesla currently, and would use it again “as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy.” In the meantime, he said Tesla will look at other cyrptocurrencies that use less energy to mine.

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While bitcoin has been seen as a potential payments option since its inception, dogecoin was largely conceived as a joke. The crypto has seen a stunning increase, however, since Musk adopted it as a meme and began tweeting about it earlier this year, including strong gains last week before the billionaire’s guest-hosting appearance on “Saturday Night Live.”

Immediately after Musk’s tweet Thursday, dogecoin prices jumped from less than 43 cents apiece to more than 50 cents. As of Thursday night, dogecoin was up 20% since Musk’s tweet, to about 47 cents, according to Kraken data. Bitcoin declined from about $54,500 a coin to less than $50,000 in the 24 hours after Musk’s announcement of Tesla’s move.

Musk clarified his comments Thursday, tweeting “I strongly believe in crypto, but it can’t drive a massive increase in fossil fuel use, especially coal.”

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Earlier this week, Musk posted a poll on Twitter asking if Tesla should accept dogecoin as payment. About 80% of the nearly 4 million votes cast said “yes.”

Tesla stock was up a tick in after-hours trading, after falling 3.1% to $571.69 in regular trading. Shares closed below Tesla’s 200-day moving average Thursday for the first time in more than a year, and have now declined 19% so far in 2021, as the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.49% has gained 9.5%.

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“Working with Doge devs to improve system transaction efficiency,” Musk tweeted. “Potentially promising.”

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Dogecoin DOGEUSD, -7.25% prices immediately shot higher, after bitcoin BTCUSD, -2.97% took a large hit in the wake of Wednesday’s announcement. Tesla’s TSLA, +3.16% purchase of $1.5 billion in bitcoin and acceptance of the cryptocurrency as a payment option was seen at the time as a sign of growing institutional acceptance of crypto.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks

“Cryptocurrency is a good idea on many levels and we believe it has a promising future, but this cannot come at great cost to the environment,” he tweeted Wednesday.

Musk did say that Tesla would not sell any of the bitcoin owned by Tesla currently, and would use it again “as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy.” In the meantime, he said Tesla will look at other cyrptocurrencies that use less energy to mine.

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While bitcoin has been seen as a potential payments option since its inception, dogecoin was largely conceived as a joke. The crypto has seen a stunning increase, however, since Musk adopted it as a meme and began tweeting about it earlier this year, including strong gains last week before the billionaire’s guest-hosting appearance on “Saturday Night Live.”

Immediately after Musk’s tweet Thursday, dogecoin prices jumped from less than 43 cents apiece to more than 50 cents. As of Thursday night, dogecoin was up 20% since Musk’s tweet, to about 47 cents, according to Kraken data. Bitcoin declined from about $54,500 a coin to less than $50,000 in the 24 hours after Musk’s announcement of Tesla’s move.

Musk clarified his comments Thursday, tweeting “I strongly believe in crypto, but it can’t drive a massive increase in fossil fuel use, especially coal.”

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Earlier this week, Musk posted a poll on Twitter asking if Tesla should accept dogecoin as payment. About 80% of the nearly 4 million votes cast said “yes.”

Tesla stock was up a tick in after-hours trading, after falling 3.1% to $571.69 in regular trading. Shares closed below Tesla’s 200-day moving average Thursday for the first time in more than a year, and have now declined 19% so far in 2021, as the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.49% has gained 9.5%.

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Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-17-2021, 12:24 PM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

Has your financial stress level risen? Here are some ways to lessen it.
We all experience our share of financial stress from time to time, such as when we lose a job or get hit with an unplanned bill. But there's nothing like a global pandemic and economic crisis to drive our stress levels over the edge.
If you've experienced your share of financial stress during the pandemic, you're far from alone -- 63% of workers say their stress has increased since the coronavirus outbreak began, according to a recent PwC survey.
Interestingly, millennials were the most likely to report an uptick in stress, with 72% saying theirs got worse during the pandemic. By comparison, 68% of Gen Zers, 62% of Gen Xers, and 46% of baby boomers said the same.
But no matter your age, if your stress level has skyrocketed over the past year, it's important that you take some steps to help bring it back down. Here are a few ideas to help.

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1. Boost your emergency fund
If you're in a decent spot right now financially and have some money left over after paying your bills, then building an emergency fund could really go a long way toward alleviating financial stress. At a minimum, you should aim to keep three months' worth of living expenses in your savings account. But if you can get closer to the six-month mark, you'll buy yourself a little extra peace of mind at a time when the economy is still in a shaky spot and the ongoing health crisis is far from over.
2. Create a debt payoff plan
Millions of Americans have been dealing with income loss during this past year. If you are one of those people, you may have had no choice but to resort to credit cards or a loan to cover your expenses. If your debt is starting to pile up, it's natural to be stressed about it. But a good way to combat that is to map out a plan for how to pay off that debt.
Maybe you'll stick with a budgeting method that has you tackle your credit card balances in order of highest to lowest interest rate. Or maybe you'll look at debt consolidation to help you
Manage your finances. The simple act of making a plan will help you feel empowered to manage your debt rather than let it drag you down mentally.
3. Forgive yourself for not meeting goals
Maybe you were hoping to buy a home this year, but your income took a hit and you didn't save up enough for a down payment. Don't beat yourself up for falling behind on your goals. The past 13 months have been hard on a lot of people financially.
Instead, regroup. Assess your current financial situation and create a new roadmap. Going back to our example, maybe it's now more reasonable to plan on buying a home in 2022. That's not something you should feel guilty about. Do your best to push those negative thoughts aside and focus instead on getting to where you want to be.
The fact that most workers saw their financial stress increase during the pandemic isn't surprising. But if you fall into that category, it's important to do something about it.
High levels of stress can cause your body physical harm, and at a time like this, you don't need any more mental anguish. So while you're working on the items above, also carve out some time for self care. Treat yourself to a bubble bath once a week. Take time out of your week to go for a few walks -- the fresh air will do you good. Or, indulge in something that helps you forget your worries, like a classic movie or new series to binge watch.
These are very difficult times for all of us. Be kind to yourself as you work through them.
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  Bitcoin tumbles after Musk implies Tesla may sell cryptocurrency
Posted by: Dogecoin Investors - 05-17-2021, 12:23 PM - Forum: Dogecoin World Investors News, Discussion and Announcements - No Replies

Elon Musk continued to whipsaw the price of bitcoin, briefly sending it to the lowest since February after implying in a Twitter exchange Sunday that Tesla Inc. may sell or has sold its cryptocurrency holdings.

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Bitcoin slid below $45,000 for the first time in almost three months after the billionaire chief executive of the electric-car maker seemed to agree with a Twitter post that said Tesla should divest what at one point was a $1.5-billion stake in the largest cryptocurrency. It traded at $45,270 as of 5:51 p.m. Sunday in New York, down about $4,000 from where it ended Friday.
The online commentary was the latest from the mercurial billionaire in a week of public statements that have roiled digital tokens. He lopped nearly $10,000 off the price of bitcoin in hours Wednesday after saying Tesla wouldn’t take it for cars. A few days earlier, he hosted “Saturday Night Live” and joked that Dogecoin, a token he had previously promoted, was a “hustle,” denting its price. Days later he tweeted he was working with Doge developers to improve its transaction efficiency.
Musk’s disclosure in early February that Tesla used $1.5 billion of its nearly $20 billion in corporate cash to buy bitcoin sent the token’s price to a record high and lent legitimacy to electronic currencies, which have become more of a mainstream asset in recent years despite some skepticism.
His latest dust-up with bitcoin started with a tweet from a person using the handle @CryptoWhale, which said, “Bitcoiners are going to slap themselves next quarter when they find out Tesla dumped the rest of their #Bitcoin holdings. With the amount of hate @elonmusk is getting, I wouldn’t blame him...”
Musk responded, “Indeed.”
Musk spent hours Sunday hitting back at several users on Twitter who criticized his change of stance on bitcoin last week, a move he said was sparked by environmental concerns over the power demands to process bitcoin transactions. He said at the time that the company wouldn’t be selling any bitcoin it holds.
An outspoken supporter of cryptocurrencies with a cult-like following on social media, Musk holds immense sway with his market-moving tweets. He has been touting Dogecoin and significantly elevated the profile of the coin, which started as a joke and now ranks as the fifth-largest by market value.
Dogecoin is down 9.6% in the last 24 hours, trading at 47 cents late Sunday afternoon, according to data from CoinMarketCap.com.
Tesla didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment on Musk’s tweet Sunday.
Musk’s Sunday social-media escapades were the latest chapter in one of the zaniest weeks in a crypto world famous for its wildness. For die-hards, the renewed slumps in bitcoin and other tokens have done nothing to deter crypto enthusiasts who say digital coins could rise many times their current value if they transform the financial system.
“We’re looking at the long term, and so these blips, they don’t faze us,” Emilie Choi, president and chief operating officer of crypto exchange Coinbase Global Inc., said last week on Bloomberg TV about the wild swings prevalent in the market. “You’re looking for the long-term opportunity, and you kind of buckle up and go for it.”
Seat belts were needed by anyone watching the crypto world in the last eight days. Aside from Musk’s antics that sent Doge and bitcoin on wild rides, a host of other developments pushed around prices.
Tether, the world’s largest stablecoin, disclosed a reserves breakdown that showed a large portion in unspecified commercial paper. Steve Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management announced that it would begin trading cryptocurrencies. And a long-standing critique of the space reared its head again: illicit usage.
It was reported that the owners of the Colonial Pipeline paid a $5-million ransom in untraceable digital currencies to hackers that attacked its infrastructure, while Bloomberg also reported that Binance Holdings Ltd., the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, was under investigation by the Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service in relation to possible money-laundering and tax offenses.
But, “for many crypto assets such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, the long-term story has not changed,” said Simon Peters, an analyst at multi-asset investment platform eToro. “This emerging asset class continues to revolutionize many aspects of financial services, and while nothing goes up in a straight line, the long-term fundamentals for crypto assets remain as solid as ever.”
Bitcoin was already swinging wildly on the weekend before Musk tweeted. The two days tend to be particularly volatile for cryptocurrencies, which — unlike most traditional assets — trade around the clock every day of the week. Bitcoin’s average swing on Saturdays and Sundays so far this year comes in at 4.95%.
That type of volatility is owing to a few factors: Bitcoin is held by relatively few people, meaning that price swings can be magnified during low-volume periods. And, the market remains hugely fragmented with dozens of platforms operating under different standards. That means cryptocurrencies lack a centralized market structure akin to that of traditional assets.

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The only city to break the top ten in a ranked list of the world's most visited cities is NYC, coming in at number eight, beaten by the likes of London, Paris, and Hong Kong.

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New York has it all. There are famous landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Times Square. There are renowned venues for world-class entertainment, like the Broadway Theater District, Radio City Music Hall, and Carnegie Hall. Visitors can window shop on Fifth Avenue, New York's premier shopping area, and, if so inclined, make a purchase at one of the flagship stores of top designers like Cartier and Tiffany. There are famous museums and art galleries. And, of course, New York City has some of the world's finest hotels and restaurants.

Offering travelers from all over the world a glimpse of big city life, providing access to world-class food and accommodations, and hosting events and attractions that draw the attention of millions, the five cities we've just explored truly deserve their rankings in the top 100 most visited cities in the world.

That wraps up this brief look at five popular US destinations. If you haven't been yet, we hope that you get the chance to experience one or all of these awesome urban vacation spots.

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Orlando is on most kids’ bucket lists, what with Disney World, Universal, and all. And yes, the activity-filled city is one of the world’s best destinations for theme parks. But there’s more to it than that. Whether you’re coming for Mickey and Harry or whether you’re after science and culture, Orlando is one of the best places to visit in the U.S. in 2020.

Let’s start with what’s happening at the theme parks in 2020. At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Galaxy’s Edge will have its “Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance” ride up and running, and in spring, “Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway” will open. Epcot is undergoing a major expansion; its confirmed openings for 2020 include a Mary Poppins attraction, a “Ratatouille”-themed ride, and a new nighttime spectacular called ”HarmonioUS.” A new Disney-themed Cirque du Soleil show is coming to Disney Springs in spring 2020, with tickets already on sale.

Over at Universal, a show called “Bourne Stuntacular” will debut, while Legoland has deemed 2020 the “Year of the Pirate,” with a new hotel and water show to match. Icon Park will debut two thrill rides, including the world’s tallest free-standing drop tower, plus Ole Red, a restaurant by country star Blake Shelton.

About 50 miles east of Orlando, the Kennedy Space Center will be celebrating Apollo 13’s 50th anniversary, and NASA’s Mars 2020 mission will launch out of Cape Canaveral in summer. Also in summer, the Orlando Science Center will debut a new exhibit called “Pompeii: The Immortal City.”
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In 2020 food news, Orlando is seeing fun eateries open over the course of the year: Camelo Pizzeria on International Drive will serve up Brazilian thin-crust pizza; Sixty Vines will turn out Napa-inspired seasonal cuisine in Winter Park; Norman’s is moving from the Ritz-Carlton to Restaurant Row; and chef Jérôme Bocuse’s La Crêperie de Paris will delight in Epcot’s France pavilion.

Where to stay: Orlando has the second-highest number of hotel rooms of any U.S. city, so there are plenty of options, with new properties popping up all the time. Two of 2020’s biggest openings include the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa, set to open in March with 516 rooms, a spa, a pool and splash pad, specialty restaurants, and a rooftop terrace where guests can enjoy the theme parks’ nightly fireworks. Looking for a budget-friendly option? The 2,050-room, coastal-themed Dockside Inn and Suites will open in 2020 as the second wave of Universal’s Endless Summer Resort, with nightly rates starting at $76.

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