Employees of one of most recognisable brands in the world can now get paid in bitcoin

Close your eyes and answer this question: what is the most recognisable brand in the world? Actually, I’ll rephrase: which company/entity/organisation has the most reconisable brand?


Not including brands whose logo include the actual name of the company, i.e. Coca Cola.


Apple’s half-eaten Apple certainly springs to mind. Then I’d say Nike’s Swoosh, Ferrari’s Prancing Horse and probably Rolex’s crown.


But when it comes to sports teams, I can’t think of anyone that did this better than the New York Yankees.


I apologise for the [probably] pointless and [definitely] wordy premise but the big news for us crypto-heads, crypto-nerds, crypto-geeks, crypto-nuts is that the New York Yankees has just launched something called the Bitcoin Payroll Platform, allowing employees to get paid in Bitcoin. More specifically, employees can opt to convert a percentage of their paycheck to Bitcoin.



According to NYDIG, a New York City-based crypto company, nearly 1 in 4 people in the U.S would be interested in getting paid in crypto, at least partially. That number goes up to 36% for people in the workforce under 30 years of age.


Which brings me on to a question I’d like to ask: would you feel comfortable receiving 100% of your salary in crypto?



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El Salvador is officially the most visited country in Central/South America in 2022

El Salvador famously became the first sovereign nation state to officially adopt Bitcoin as legal tender back in 2021 and so far, the experiment hasn’t gone terrible well from a financial point of view, chiefly because the timing was quite bad.


The President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, essentially began buying Bitcoin at the peak and he hasn’t stopped since but, as we all know, crypto has been on a downtrend for months now and so the country’s overall investment is worth roughly one third of what it was.


This wild experiment made Bukele somewhat of a superhero in the eyes of the crypto community but legacy institutions, including the International Monetary Fund, obviously dislike and disapprove of what he’s doing.


Having said that, Bukele is a politician, and like every and any other politician in the world, his main concern is his domestic approval rate. And I’m not talking about polls, because those can be fake (and fakeD), I’m talking about the real-world consensus. In other words, do people throw tomatoes at him in the streets?


But that’s a problem for later. And more to the point that’s a problem for him, not the rest of the world.


In the meantime, however, his experiment certainly put El Salvador back on the map and the tiny nation can celebrate a small achievement because it is the most visited country in South America and Central America.


I guess it’s safe to say that we’re all rooting for El Salvador and I believe that if he keeps at it, 10 or 20 years from now, a lot of other countries will look at El Salvador and say, “why didn’t we think of that?”



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RANT: the Euro is f***d. And it has been from the start

I wish to state from the outset that I was born and raised in a country that’s been part of the European Union from the start. It wasn’t even called that back then. When I was around 14 years old, we gave up our old currency and switched to the EURO and that’s where the trouble started.


I don’t particularly like the European Union, in fact I am now living outside of it and have been for about a year, but what I really, really dislike is the EURO.


There are many issues with the common currency, chief among which is the fact that the European Union Commission and the ECB are in love with this narrative where they act like they’re in charge of a nation, when they’re not.


This is the biggest flaw – or certainly one of the biggest – of every entity that runs the EU because the European Union is not a country and it will never be one. It is a forum where 27 countries with drastically different interests co-exist.


19 of the 27 countries that compose the EU use the EURO, plus Montenegro and Kosovo that have both unilaterally adopted it and use it as a de-facto currency at a state level.


Leaving these two aside, because they’re not part of the EU so what they do doesn’t matter from a policy-making perspective, those 19 countries have completely different economies.


The Federal Reserve has many, many, many flaws. But at least when it creates new policies and makes decisions, it does that for one country and one country only and that’s the United States. And yes, of course, I’m aware that the 50 countries in the U.S. are also different but it is not the same thing.


Why? Simple. The U.S. is a nation. The European Union is not.


People from California and Texas may dislike each other, and they do, but they share the same nationality, the same passport, the same federal government and institutions, the same anthem, the same national teams and speak vaguely the same language.


People from Italy, Greece, Germany and Ireland (four random examples) have nothing in common apart from the EURO.


The EURO is a failed project. It has been kept on life support pretty much since its inception and it is now falling, almost at parity with the U.S. Dollar, because the ECB and European Commission don’t have the power and the vision to make decisions about it. Not even the wrong ones.


Croatia will join the EUROzone on January 1, 2023 and I predict that the same thing that happened to my country will happen to them. You go to sleep and then you wake up and boom, just like that, your purchasing power has gone down. Your salary is the same, but the price of your groceries has doubled.


They can keep their EUROs, I’ll gladly keep my crypto and my RSD.


Rant over. Sorry. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.



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Revealing my entire crypto portoflio in terms of % (July 2022 UPDATE)

Crypto influencers are usually eeringly transparent about how much they have and where. Good on them.


I personally don’t feel too comfortable sharing how much I have, and especially where, but I do think it would be interesting and useful to share the actual percentage(s) I’ve allocated for each crypto. A, because I wanna know what you think and B, ’cause I’m always curious to find out what people are investing in and why.


I have crypto holdings worthy of any mention (=crypto dust not included) spread across 7 platforms/wallets/exchanges. I got rid of one since the last update in Jan 2022 (for the year 2021).


Most of my portfolio is bitcoin. It used to be around 93.70% but now I’ve brought it up to 94.5%. ETH is still my second largest holding at around 2.5%, so the percentage of altcoins I hold is now at 3%, -0.54% down from seven months ago.


I may change my mind but for now, my plan is to keep liquidating all my altcoins except maybe four or five.


So what about the remaining 3$? Last time it was mostly in Ripple, Litecoin, Algorand and KAVA but I sold all my KAVA and only kept the first three. And they’ve all gone down in value so my Litecoin is now only 5% (used to be 10%) and Algorand and Ripple are 1 and 3% respectively.


I still hold yearn.Finance (0.97%) – mostly because liquidating my position would mean losing around 80% of my investment and I’m not planning to do that. I still have Polygon (0.67%), Solana (0.38%) and Dogecoin (1.20%), but other than that two things changed: DAI and NEXO.


When considering the remaining 3% of my portfolio that’s not ETH or BTC, DAI used to be 2%, it’s now 15%. As for NEXO, it went from 0% to 4% (of the remaining 3%) simply because I have to hold it to get the most benefits from the Nexo app. I also have a lot more CRO (now 2%) than I used to because I used the crypto.com card a lot.


I also have a position (0.90% for all of these) in MANA, Chiliz (CHZ), Cardano, Shiba INU, Santos, Polkadot, Axie, HBAR, BNB, Celo, 1inch, AVAX, AAVE, BAT, Chainlink, Uniswap and ICP.


Then I also have negligible amounts (around 1% of the remaining 3.54%) of Hive, Tron (TRX), Troy, PancakeSwap, BUSD, MC, HIGH, Santos, FARM (thanks to Publish0x!), Ampleforth, Ravencoin, Moss Carbon Credit, BICO, Badger Dao, IoTeX, Quant, Liquity, Enzyme, Enjin, Rarible, Cartesi, Mirror Protocol, Clover Finance, Gala, ARPA, Tellor, Numeraire, ENS, Voyager (worth basically zero at the moment) and Statera.



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Let’s take a deep breath

Coinmarketcap reports that Bitcoin is on track for the biggest weekly gain of 2022 so far.


Which is a bit like saying that breaking your left arm is the best possible skateboard-related injury.


Okay. Bad analogy. But you get my point.


2022 has been eventful so far. The problem is none of the events that made it eventful were positive.


A lethal combination of bad market actors (Yo, Kwon), heavily centralised exchanges going bust (malice or incompetence, the end result won’t change) and the inevitable impact of human psychology dragged us down to this level.


Think about it. Bitcoin at 20k in 2017 had people go “wow! To the moon!”, whereas Bitcoin at 20k in 2022 make us panic and wince.


People constantly repeat the ‘not your keys, not your crypto’ mantra and I get that. I agree. But the truth is always in the middle.


I think the best way to go about it is split your crypto and hold it in 2-3 different exchanges, only the major ones, the ones that, on paper at least, are solid. And 2-3 wallets.


I stake whatever I can stake but I only pick coins and tokens based on analysis. Not sentiment.


And I keep most of what I have in BTC anyway.


And, crucially, I try my best not to be greedy.


I reinvest some of it, and spend some of it. Mostly on coffee. But that’s a different story.



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You can now buy a Breitling watch with Bitcoin

Good news if you’re in the market for a Breitling and also happen to own crypto: you can now buy your next Navitimer (or whichever other Breitling model takes your fancy) with a variety of cryptocurrencies.



The Swiss watchmaker teamed up with BitPay, which is sort of, kind of like a PayPal for crypto, to support crypto payments, meaning you can pay for the watch using, among others, Bitcoin, Dodgecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and five stablecoins: BUSD, DAI, GUSD, USDP and USDC.


This applies to every model on the site, ranging from the from the Endurance Pro, priced at $3,300, to the Premier B12 Tourbillon, which costs $53,560.



I guess Breitling didn’t want to be late to the party that other brands like Franck Muller (a watch with a built-in Bitcoin wallet) and Tag Heuer (integrated wallet to display your NFTs) are already attending.



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Whales wake up and do damage amid the latest crypto crash

Things are messed up and messy in the crypto space at the minute, and whales are doing what they always do: damage. But for once, it isn’t unilateral.


For the first time since, well pretty much ever, whales are beginning to show signs that they might be considering offloading some of their holdings as over 50,000 bitcoins have been transferred to various exchange platforms from cold and hot wallets.


On top of that, you’ve got giant investment firms like Cypherpunk Holdings that are trying to paper their losses by selling stuff.


The company has sold around 205 ETH for $227,000 and 214 BTC $4.7 million.


I’m assuming that they did it because they bought these ETH and these BTC back when they were worth like 2 cents. In fact, they did say that they turned a profit from the sales. But it still doesn’t make much sense.


Actually, it does. Which makes it worse. I never sold my BTC or my ETH when they were worth $69k and $4.8k respectively so I would only sell now if I absolutely had to. Which fortunately I don’t but it seems that some of these giants do.


I bought some ETH yesterday. I bought some BTC this morning. I may be a beer tomorrow.


Cheers.



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Bitcoin will prevail

Things aren’t looking great, are they? Celsius is going down, Luna has already gone down, Coinbase is firing people. Ethereum briefly went below $1,000.


When all is said and done, we shouldn’t forget that everything we see here, everything, started with Bitcoin. It kick-started the universe we’re in. A trillion-dollar (well, not right now) market created from scratch. But as with every other technological (r)evolution, the tide is changing all the time.


This is an important historical moment for crypto, because a lot of failed or soon-to-be defunct projects will die. A lot of trashy projects will end up in the trash can and when the dust clears, the market will re-emerge stronger because the weaker links will have been eliminated.


The goal is to put bitcoin, and crypto in general, in the hands of as many people as possible. We want to disrupt (gah, I hate this word) the financial sector and bend regulators and legacy players around crypto but this can’t be done unless we get rid of the scams and the scammers. And times like this are exactly for that.


These painful transitions also help people get an idea of what they want to do going forward. Are you a tourist or, using a terrible expression that’s so ‘in’ these days’, an incumbent?


It’s about making money but it can’t be just about that otherwise what’s the point? We might as well go back to the ATM.


We just need to keep two things in mind: 1, it happened before and 2, it always takes time.


Never mistake a clear view for a short distance.


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It’s like the Oasis used to say: “it’s probably all in the mind”

I had a conversation with a friend earlier today. She said I gotta stop bit**ing about stuff and start tackling things a bit more aggressively. I’ve been lacking drive in recent times and the recent (massive) crypto drop didn’t help.


But as the Oasis (as in, the British band) used to sing: “it’s probably all in the mind”, and I say that because this is by no means the worst crypto crisis I’ve experienced first-hand, not even close. Because I was there in March 2020 and, more to the point, I was there in 2017-2018.


I think – and hope – that we’ll never see another 2018 again, when BTC went from nearly $20,000 to less than $4,000 in a matter of weeks. And it’s funny ’cause I remember how I felt back then and for reasons that I can’t understand, it didn’t feel as calamitous as this is feeling right now.


And yet. I am (a little bit) more financially stable that I was back then. I have (a little bit) more crypto than I had back then. And I’m doing more with it (staking, mostly) than I used to back then. I still get daily notifications about interests from Nexo, Binance and Wirex and all the other platforms daily. Sure, it’s not enough to throw my laptop in the Danube and stop working but still…


So what changed?


The truth is I can’t explain it. Because that’s what we are. We do things. Things happen to us. And we react. And sometimes our reaction doesn’t make any sense. Not even to ourselves.



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F**K!

The massive sellout continues as bad news keeps piling up. Bad news on top of bad news. After the Terra Luna disaster we woke up to the news that Celsius, a crypto exchange, is halting withdrawals and transactions due to ‘extreme market conditions’.


It sounds 2008-esque, doesn’t it?


The market is bearish. Duh. It’s capitulating. Falling faster than Scuderia Ferrari’s title-winning chances and plenty of exchanges and projects will fall with a loud bang. Everyone’s a genius in a bull run and that’s why what happened during 2021 doesn’t really matter now. It’s what’s gonna happen next that matters.


It is going to be very difficult for Celsius to get back up because the trust is gone. Same with Terra Luna.


We’ve been here before, of course. Many times. Each time it feels like the end of the world but it never is. But it still sucks. And we’re still looking around for someone / somebody to blame.


The answer is: random circumstances. The war isn’t helping. China’s idiotic no-covid policy and Biden’s administration’s foolish spending aren’t helping either.


I’m not happy at the moment. I bet most of you aren’t either.


But there’s nothing I can do. I guess I can keep buying. The problem is I’m running out of money. Dammit.



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