🧈 2% of Gold. Can we go higher?15 January | by
BTCBitcoin $ 35 261 -10% $ -4 267
ETHEthereum $ 1 132 -7% $ -86
Market Cap-8.40% $ 986 286 650 544
DeFi Market Cap1.20% $ 30 668 372 021
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Bitcoin reached only 2% of gold capitalization - CryptoQuant CEO
People said $BTC took 7% of the Gold market cap.— Ki Young Ju 주기영 (@ki_young_ju) January 13, 2021
No, it's not. There are unclaimed, unreachable, and lost Bitcoins. Based on the realized cap, it's just 2%.
If digital gold replaces 10% of the $XAU market cap then the $BTC price would be $154k.
Chart 👉 https://t.co/2HBadLeeHJ pic.twitter.com/ruD0drWc8c
Kai Young Ju is right, we support him, Attaboy! RT'd!
And bitcoin's capitalization grows like a stranger’s child - we might hit $100,000 in a couple of years. Right?
Coinbase launches Coinbase Asset Hub
Coinbase introduces Coinbase Asset Hub — a simple, streamlined product for issuers to list their assets and do business with Coinbase.
Asset Hub will streamline the asset listing process today, and expand the number of services offered to digital asset issuers in the months to come. The goal is a single interface at Coinbase for digital asset issuers to manage the full lifecycle of their assets.
Armstrong wants MORE LISTINGS! YEAH! MORE COINS! PUT THEM ALL OVER ME!
Okay, stop. Seriously: Coinbase is doing great. They're bringing in more and more cool projects. Too bad the IRS is among them...
The Winklevoss brothers allowed Gemini to be listed on the stock market
In an interview with Bloomberg, brothers Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss announced the possibility of bringing the Gemini Trust Co. they founded to the stock market.
“We are definitely considering it and making sure that we have that option,” Cameron Winklevoss, co-founder and president of the New York-based digital-asset firm, said in an interview. “We are watching the market and we are also having internal discussions on whether it makes sense for us at this point in time. We are certainly open to it." - Cameron said.
Also, the Winklevosses are still not writing off the idea of launching a bitcoin-ETF.
They were the first to apply to the SEC, but were rejected together with the rest.
The number of cryptocurrency companies seeking to enter the stock market is growing: a little earlier, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase officially confirmed its plans to organize an initial public offering (IPO), having filed the relevant application to the SEC in December. Crypto platform Bakkt Holdings LLC also plans to enter the stock market through a merger with another company.
Meme of the day 😄
And one more thing...Buy Bitcoin! 😉