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- An Anatomy of Bitcoin Price Manipulation
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“Financial operations” (FinOps) is an emerging software category with a massive opportunity to streamline, automate, and optimize how we move money, while giving the entire organization a real-time…
Demand for gold has risen in recent years. Not everyone is happy about that, especially some residents of Grass Valley.
Understanding your circle of competence allows you avoid problems. As we can learn from Warren Buffett, avoiding problems is easier than solving them.
«Over time, work to expand that circle but never fool yourself about where it stands today, and never be afraid to say “I don’t know.”»
America: We have a problem.
Some thoughts on market caps, valuations, tokenomics and unlocks. I have noticed that even many sophisticated crypto twitter participants still don’t know how to use these values to inform their…
Market for secondhand Lego also rises at a better rate annually than stocks, bonds, stamps, art and wine
I show how price manipulation to liquidate traders is done in cryptocurrency markets. I point fingers at people. Thanks to Coinstrats for allowing me to use their order book data for the analysis. …
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