Damn, 3 reasons why bitcoin is falling

Good morning! … but not really. Yesterday evening (GMT) bitcoin began falling substantially and we know the drill, when BTC goes down, everything else follows. The price fell pretty sharply, from $46k to $44 in less than an hour, and it began consolidating on its way down and it is currently trading at around $42,900. Honestly, I desperately want it to stop falling (duh) but I get the feeling things may get a bit worse before they get better.


One of the reasons why BTC may have crashed is the number of actively trading wallets has gone down. About a year ago we had 1.2m actively trading wallets and now we’ve got 971,000, which means there are fewer wallets that are buying and some wallets (may) have been emptied to sell and get out. On top of that, many holders are moving their BTC from cold wallets to hot wallets and/or exchanges, nothing’s happened so far but it looks like the preview of a massive sell-off. Or at least that’s what the market thinks it is.


The second reason is the Kazakh government has resigned, pretty much overnight (not literally, it didn’t happen last night) amid harsh protests, mainly due to rising prices of goods and services, especially fuel. To add fuel to the fire (sorry, pun unintended), the country’s main (you might as well call it monopolistic) internet provider, Kazakhtelecom, literally shut down the internet. Why is this relevant? That’s because Kazakhstan is the world’s second-largest bitcoin miner. The hash rate has gone down by 13.4%, again, pretty much overnight.


The third reason is that even though we tend to think of bitcoin as a hedge against inflation, it actually often follows the pattern of institutional sentiment and tech stocks. The Fed has been sharing bad news for days. First, they admitted that yes, inflation is not going away soon, then they shared a document, which made analyst say, “so is the R-word coming?”


What are you going to do? Sell and buy back again or hang in there and resist?


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“Yo, we heard you like dips so we dipped your dip with more dips” – bitcoin is falling like mad

I panik (spelt with a ‘c’, I know) and cry every single time even thought I’ve seen it happen a thousand times before. I was watching Dr Death on Prime Video and mindlessly checking the 747 apps I use and *bam*, the price (BTC) dropped from $46,000-ish to $45,000-ish, so I bought more. And then again to $44,000-ish, so I bought more. And then to $43,992, so I bought more.


And now I’m pretending it’s okay. The house is not on fire. In a few minutes I’ll go back to the show (interesting, btw. Well scripted and great acting) and probably pour myself another pint of beer as I witness MADNESS happening.


How are you? What are you up to in these times of madness? Have you been buying the dip’s dip’s dip’s? And perhaps a beer? Let me know in the comments.


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You can buy a physical Rolex, or a digital ‘Rodex’ and it may end up costing more

Jesus Calderon is a 29-year-old watch geek and crypto evangelist that’s making a lot of cash by creating and selling watch NFTs. His collection is called Generative Watches and it currently consists of two main lines, the Rødex Daitona and Rødex Bitmariner, obviously inspired by the Rolex Daytona and Submariner.


Hodinkee, arguably the most influential watch magazine in the world, recently interviewed Calderon and they he gets paid in “an abstracted form of currency”. They mean Ethereum, which is the currency you use on OpenSea.


It sounds crazy, and it is, but this is just the start. Not that long ago, a digital artist made a lot of noise when she released a collection of NFTs representing Hermès Birkin bags without Hermès’ permission. I’m assuming there’s going to be a lawsuit at some point and it may set an interesting precedent.


As for Calderon, he’s safe because he hasn’t used any trademarked names, so he’s basically just creating homage watches in digital form. In the interview, Calderon describes an NFT as a “digital signature”, and he says he spent months generating the algorithm on which all watches are built. Hence the name “Generative”.


A composite of Daitona NFTs

So far he’s sold 68 NFTs for around 0.2 ETH, the price of ETH varies significantly on a daily basis but Calderon says he made around $700 per watch on average.


Many images of watch NFTs

The truth is that an NFT is basically just a piece of code that can’t be altered or corrupted. For the most part, so far, we’ve seen NFTs that represent digital art but that’s just because you add a jpeg image to the piece of code. You can add anything including, and I think this is going to be important factor in the future, documents.


Kevin O’Leary (Shark Tank), an investor an avid watch collector, says he wants to use NFTs as digital documents to authenticate some of his rarest watches. The idea is that sometimes you buy a watch and you have to have it authenticated, which is costly and tiresome, whereas it would be instant and 100% secure and accurate if the authentication were made through an NFT.


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NO, the digital YUAN is not a cryptocurrency, it’s the exact opposite

It seems these days any conversation about cryptocurrencies and bitcoin with people who are new to the crypto world ends up with comparisons to the digital YUAN and other proposed digital currencies that various world governments are working on. I don’t blame them, I blame, as ever, the media. Earlier today, I received not one but two notifications on my phone from not one but two crypto news apps with headlines about the digital YUAN and on both occasions, I rolled my eyes and thought “what is this bit of news doing here?”.


People who are new to the world automatically compare bitcoin and digital currencies such as the Chinese YUAN because they think “well, they’re both only virtual, they must be comparable”, and media outlets fuel this with stories where they make it sound like these two things belong to the same conversation. They don’t.


The digital YUAN is a fully (heavily) centralised, government-issued, government-backed and government-controlled currency, bitcoin is none of those things. If you’re reading this you probably know this, and perhaps you share my frustration. And it doesn’t end there because, and I’ll do my best to leave politics out of the equation, there’s another major issue we gotta talk about: social credit.


China has a social credit system, this is a fact, which basically categorises citizens based on how well they behave. I personally think this is absolutely insane, but you’re free to develop your opinion on that. The point is, China can, and probably will, tie the digital YUAN to the social credit system, which means that they can ban citizens from purchasing goods and services based on what they say (perhaps about the government) or did. That’s never gonna happen with bitcoin. In fact, that’s exactly what bitcoin is for. You own your bitcoin, and no one can take it or corrupt it.


Sorry about the rant. Normal service will be resumed shortly.


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What does the future look like for Ripple (XRP)?

A few years ago, I bought some XRP and then forgot all about it. I never sold, not even when it reached a new ATH of 3.84 USD on 7 January 2018. I spent years holding and hodling and ignoring everything that was going on in the crypto world, the only thing I did was basically made sure my crypto holdings were safe. Then, a few months ago, I decided to proactively get back into the crypto world and that’s how I found out about – sorry I’m late – the ongoing SEC lawsuit against Ripple.


Back in 2020, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, the company behind XRP, arguing that XRP is actually a unlicensed security, not a currency. Ripple Labs originally designed XRP to solve the problem of trans-continental money transfers, because they’re expensive and slow.


Because of the lawsuit, many exchanges, including Coinbase, delisted XRP and the coin has since been hovering around the $1 ppc mark, until the recent dip/crash, when it dropped to $0.85/0.90 per coin. A couple of months, Brad Garlinghouse – CEO of Ripple – said they’re making “good progress despite a slow-moving judicial process”. And then more recently, Ripple lawyer said he’s confident the whole saga will come to a conclusion in Q1 2022 / Q2 2022.


It’s easy to predict a downtrend in case of an unfavourable outcome and a surge in case the lawsuit is dismissed or won by Ripple but what’s gonna happen after that? At one point, XRP was the third largest cryptocurrency by market cap and to be honest I don’t see how it could ever get back up there. What are your thoughts?


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According to market research, 72% believe technology makes the world a better place. What are your thoughts?

This year’s edition of CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is underway in Las Vegas and Bosch, the multinational engineering and tech giant, has used the occasion to publish the results of a market research the company has conducted. According to the study, 72% percent of people surveyed believe technology makes the world a better place. Would you agree?


I’m not so sure. More to the point, if we’re talking about the way we conduct business, the way we perform certain tasks and so on, then yes, technology makes the world move faster and more easily and therefore one might argue that it also makes it better. But I don’t think technology makes us better, because I think that from a social point of view, things don’t look too good. With one exception: enter crypto.


Most people get into crypto because they see it as an easy ticket out of poverty and that’s often true. But the more they dig and study and think, and the more it becomes clear that the true value of crypto is the underlying technology. Power corrupts, by definition. And so far we’ve relied on governments and banks, but with crypto, we don’t have to rely on trust or benevolence because we know that for the most part, what you can or can’t do with crypto is dictated by, well, math. And it can’t be corrupted.


Maybe I’m just looking at it with rose-tinted glasses but I do believe but certain aspects of our lives will get better with crypto because it removes the incentive to misbehave. Am I making sense? Or is it the fact that I haven’t had my coffee yet? Let me know what you think in the comments.


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3 cryptos that are currently undervalued (in my opinion)

I need to preface this by sharing my opinion on bitcoin. In my view, bitcoin is and always will remain the most important cryptocurrency in existence. It’s where it all started, it go so big and so fast and even though it came close to failing a couple of times, it never did. I’d never call it overvalued, even if the price got to a trillion dollars per coin. I’d still call it undervalued.

Before I put my money in coins and tokens that aren’t ethereum or bitcoin, I always ask myself three questions: what’s it for? Is there a problem that this coin solves? And is the current realistic?

There are a few coins/tokens that I think are undervalued, so I thought I’d take a minute to list them here and explain why in a few simple sentences.


1. Algorand (ALGO)


Current price: $1.67 (at the time of writing)

Why is it undervalued? Algorand is much faster and cheaper than most alternative coins and tokens, which makes it ideal for transactions. Let’s say I wanna buy a watch you’re selling and say I wanna pay using Algorand, from the second I hit ‘send’ and confirm the transaction, it literally takes more time for you to remove your wristwatch and give it to me, than it takes for the transaction to arrive. On top of that, you don’t have to stake or lend your Algo to see your balance appreciates in time, all you gotta do is deposit Algo into an Algorand wallet, and that balance will automatically grow by 3-6% on a yearly basis.


2. Chiliz (CHZ)


Curret price: $0.3121(at the time of writing)

Why is it undervalued? Chiliz is the currency that’s used to transact and operate within the Socios.com platform, a space designed for sports enthusiasts, allowing them to win prizes (tickets, signed merchandise and kits and so on), as well as have a say in the decisions of sports teams. The thing is, most people are into sports. Virtually every and any sports team can partner up with Socios.com, and Chiliz represents that world and that potential.

3. Polygon (MATIC)


Current price: $2.52 (at the time of writing)

Why is it undervalued? Matic allows you to do pretty much everything you can do with ethereum but it’s a lot cheaper and more efficient, it’ll never surpass eth, and it’ll never beat, but 2.52 vs 4.7k? It sounds a bit undervalued to me.


What do you think? Are these undervalued? Are there are any other coins/tokens that are undervalued? Let me know in the comments below.


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The biggest lesson I’ve learnt hodling crypto? How to be patient

By nature, I’m not a very patient person. It’s one of my failings. One of many, I’ll admit. But for reasons that sometimes I can’t explain – even to myself – being patient with crypto comes relatively easy. The closest I ever got to selling due to uncertainty and lack of patience was March 2020, but I still didn’t.


That’s actually a complex conversation, and one worth having, because learning to live with – and through – crypto’s volatility is one of the driving factors for adoption. As more people get in and regulations come, the price will stabilize, but at the moment, the price is still moving ‘sideways’, with short, massive spikes and extended periods of ‘red’, because people who aren’t used to it buy some, they see a -30% or -40%, panic-sell to cut their (perceived) losses, helping the bear stay asleep.


Sometimes friends ask me how to invest in crypto, and I always tell them 1, nothing beats BTC and ETH even though they look expensive and 2, if you decided to buy some, start small and don’t panic when you see a massive drop, which it will. It’s normal. Just another day in the crypto space.


How about you? Are you patient by nature or has crypto helped you?


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Pepsi gave away some NFTs to celebrate its birthday, were you lucky enough to get yours?

A couple of weeks ago, PepsiCo. dropped 1,893 NFTs* to mark the brand’s birthday (founded in 1893). And I know, that’s a random anniversary (128th) to celebrate but I think they did it just because they want some skin in the NFT game. All but 50 NFTs were given away to fans who’d signed up to get them, they were given away for free and fans only had to pay for gas fees**, while the remaining 50 will be held by Pepsi for future projects.



The ‘Pepsi Mic Drop’ waitlist opened on December 10 and the NFTs, created in partnership with VaynerNFT, became available four days later. I haven’t checked, but I’m 100% sure that those NFTs probably went up in value and beside that, it tells us that legacy brands have a strong interest in the growing market, and it makes it easier (for them) that they have a resounding name to bank on.



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The latest staking product on Binance

There’s a million platforms you can use and people tend to have polarised opinions on this and to be honest, I don’t really see why. Broadly speaking, you go to places like Coinbase or Binance, which are very obviously more centralised, when you want a good compromise with a platform that allows you to manage new assets with a more, let’s say, old-fashioned tool. You go to full-on DeFi platforms when you A, are a lot more prepared and B, you feel comfortable taking 100% of the risk of managing your assets. These two things can coexist.


I think Binance is a great platform to blend decentralised products with a safety-first approach, you don’t need to be a software engineer to buy some crypto and stake it on Binance, and I think the risk-benefit ratio is actually optimal.


I like Binance, and I’m not gonna pretend I don’t, and the latest staking product I’ve used involves FC Porto tokens. I’m into sports, specifically football (or soccer, if you’re reading this in the U.S.) and F1, and I think there’s huge potential in that. Sentiment surrounding football clubs tend to be humoral and whimsical. You win, the price goes up, you lose, the price goes down. Rumours about a great footballer joining the roster, price goes up, rumour about a great footballer leaving the club, price goes down. FC Porto are one of the three top clubs in the Portuguese ‘Primeira Liga’, which means it’s a great club but it is also (for the most part) exempt from scandals that routinely shake other major leagues like the Italian Serie A. That’s a good thing, the way I see it, because it saves you from the Black Swan event that might lose you XY %.


It is also a winning team. Year on year, FC Porto are either winning, or competing to win, which is good. It means that an FC Porto token will potentially go up and down over time, but always within a… comfortable range.


Binance has just launched a 10-day staking programme for the FC Porto token, with a 40.something (I think it’s 40.5%, if memory serves) APY. I’ve bought $25 worth of FC Porto token to give it a shot, worth around 8 tokens. I’ll keep you posted.


In the meantime, the only question now is… where’s my Lambo?!


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