ickylevel

Bitcoin versus the Great Reset

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BITSTAMP:BTCUSD   Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
So it became obvious that Bitcoin was initially created by the intelligence community to make the population consent to a 'world currency'.
From A to Z, this currency has been manipulated. Most of it is owned by a couple of addresses.
Central banks have shown their interest for crypto since 2017 (that's initially why I got into crypto btw).

They are about to introduce their own stablecoins:
https://www.ecb.europa.eu/euro/html/digi...

Following this old prediction, and based on the known date of the great reset (spring 2021) :

Here is my analysis.

The US debt is increasing at an unsustainable rate. In the US money is given directly to the population, so they can buy cryptos to try to become rich.
So the collapse of the US dollar is soon. We have had negative interest rates for quite some times. The lockdowns make the implosion inevitable on the short term.
Political instability in the US might lead to a split of the country, destroying its currency. All of these factors point to a collapse of currencies globally for spring 2021 (according to many 'leaks').
We know that stablecoins from countries like China or the EU, will be distributed to the population via a UBI system.
This will start as soon as the collapse happen, to 'feed' the population. Stock markets are correlated to Bitcoin , when they go down bitcoin goes down. Obviously they will go down in spring and so will bitcoin . They can easily bring the value of BTC to zero since they own most of it. People will flock into stablecoins, which at this point will be the offical stablecoins from china, the EU, and maybe the US. But I wouldn't be surprised if only the EU and China get a stablecoin: The states that compose the USA could join the EU (a failed brexit will make the UK rejoin). In an alternative scenario, like in the book 1984, the UK will create a bloc with the remains of the USA, and get its stablecoin.

There is no way that Bitcoin can survive the great reset, it was expandable and created by the elites to make people consent to digital supranational stablecoins. They control it.
Therefore I am expecting the peak of BTC to happen rather soon, before or shortly after spring. I believe it will not go down before the stablecoins are introduced, because the idea is to make people adopt these stablecoins as a safe haven to a falling bitcoin . So if there is a delay in the technical implementation of their coins, I believe BTC will not go down, and this could lead us to 2022, because normally BTC follows a 4 year cycle, so this would have been the default scenario, if we didn't know the date of spring 2021. On a side note the digital euro is officially not supposed to be introduced before mid 2021, so maybe end of 2022 is more accurate.

This means that you should go long BTC until the supranational stablecoins are introduced, then short it. We will experience months of bull market. I believe that they will have to moderate the bull market, to make it last until their coins come into play.
Comment: I forgot to mention the possibility that they don't want to make the stablecoin tradeable with other cryptocurrencies. In this case, bitcoin can crash as early as next month.
Comment: According to the resistance line I drew, the price shouldn't go too much above 30k.
However, I believe they will make BTC go with a bang, and push it higher.
Comment: It is now on support. I expect it to stay on it.
Comment: So it happened as predicted. Overshoot at 40k, now bouncing on the support.

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daaamn, thats fucked up man... i don't see anything good in ur predictions
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ickylevel c_enthusiast
@c_enthusiast, Well when BTC crashes you'll be able to sell it to a true stablecoin. Not tether!
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c_enthusiast ickylevel
@ickylevel, still not feeling good. Lets hope ur wrong
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