Raoul Pal shared a message. People should check it out. It’s on social media.
I must admit that investing in crypto is not easy. Its not about price volatility, which is expected; its on one hand the people attack who you for not worshipping their favourite project, but also mean-revertionists doubting you, and sceptics hating you. Exhausting but amusing.
— Raoul Pal (@RaoulGMI) May 23, 2021
Crypto people need to work together. Crypto is attacked on the inside and outside. The leaders are not there, so we cannot pull together.
Someone wrote this in the comments: “Sometimes I stare at the sky and think about the meaning of value. I ask myself what would offer me enough comfort in an apocalyptic scenario that I would be willing to trade a day of physical labor, a calf, or a bushel basket of tomatoes. And Bitcoin never crosses my mind.
Another follower said: “Bitcoin isn’t a store of value. Land is value. Energy is value. Food is value. Skill is value.” If you have calf with you or can weld, then maybe others will let you come in the house during an apocalypse. But a Bitcoin won’t get you in the gate.
MicroStrategy’s Michael Saylor is still positive about Bitcoin, even after so much bad news. He has been buying Bitcoin like crazy these days.
Check out one of his most recent tweets.
Today I smash bought some #bitcoin on @Square Cash App. I found it quite satisfying.🙂
— Michael Saylor (@michael_saylor) May 21, 2021
At the moment that I am writing this article, Bitcoin is trading in the red and it is priced at $35,582.29.