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Crypto Rundown 📰 SEC Chairman Gary Gensler faced down a barrage of criticism from House Republicans over his agency's crackdown on cryptocurrency platforms. Digital assets platform Bakkt $BKKT completes $155M deal for Apex Crypto in one of the largest deals in the crypto landscape since the onset of the bear market in mid-2021. See more
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📰 Coinbase beats on revenue and earnings, but usage continues to decline. State of play: Coinbase $COIN reported fourth-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday. The crypto exchange reported $629 million in revenue, vs. $590 million as expected by Refinitiv analysts. 🔑 Key Point: One of the key takeaways the company said it had 8.3 million monthly transacting users (MTUs) during the fourth quaSee more
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Sold DogecoinInvested for 250 days
Never knew I would use Dogecoin to build a house on land I bought from investing in #longterm #binaryoptions #litecoin #coinbase #invest #robinghood #ftx #bitcoin #possibilites
Invested in Coinbase
👀 $COIN well nobody knows the future but coinbase is a public company and that makes a world of difference. Coinbase MUST open books and show everything good and bad every quarter. I jumped in at $40 and sure it could come back down and if so I’ll buy more - whole shares only - but it does appear they will survive and they have been through bear market cycles like this before and we need to think long term as with all stocks in todays market - in 10 years whose to say COIN couldn’t be one thousand per share and then split 10 for 1? Check the following Coinbase key statistics - *NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE! ✌️ Coinbase generated $7.8 billion in revenue in 2021, a 550% increase on 2020 Coinbase has 98 million users worldwide and 8.8 million people actively exchange every month It also generated $3 billion in net income, a huge improvement on the $108 million it reported in 2020 Coinbase currently has $223 billion in assets under management Coinbase is a public company and has to show everything quarterly $COIN #coinbase #crypto #gemini #bearmarket #stocksonsale
If you could choose just one moving forward, which cryptocurrency would you choose to invest in and why…Ethereum or Bitcoin? Also, would you prefer to purchase your crypto per Coinbase or Public and why? Thank you and I am very interested in everyone’s answers! #educate #crypto See more
Sold AlgorandInvested for 9 days
The market capitalization of Coinbase $COIN just dropped below $10 billion. This time last year, it was more than $70 billion. Fallout from the FTX's implosion is rippling across crypto markets in the U.S., causing a loss of trust in all the major players. Both BlockFi and Genesis have blocked withdrawals, with Genesis reportedly warning that it, too, might have to file for bankruptcy. CoinbaseSee more
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If you could go back in time 20 years from now and you had $10,000.00 to your name what would you invest into? I’m curious to know why so comment down below why! Here’s some picks if you can’t think of any good investments for the time! $MSFT $AAPL See more
Added Bitcoin to Watchlist
BC imo digital trading has been, currently is and will continue to be a real thing and it works… if you haven’t tried it, consider trying ;) #coinbase #coinbasepro #justdoit #tradeandlearn #tradeup #tiktok #notyourdaddyseconomy
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👀 Food for Thought 🤔 💎 Those that purchase crypto on centralized exchanges (CEX) are missing the bigger picture. 💎 Cryptocurrency, like the second part of the word says, is a "currency" (just digital 👾💻🖱️📱). Meaning, in other words, that it is traded and exchanged against other currencies, just like in the foreign exchange (#Forex ).See more
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