ETC will be $1000, Why? #No-Stoploss

BINANCE:ETCUSDT   Ethereum Classic / TetherUS
I will re buying 50$-40$ -20$- 10$- 5$ - 3$ -1$

We are still trying to increase the number.

Let's talk a little etc.

We tripled the etc we have instead of selling them.

Let's go for $1. Buy them all to us.

We will never short sell.


Of course. according to us, they are not the opposite, because we say that it will be $ 1000.

We don't have dreams, we have goals. Can anyone say we will get them all?

Normally I don't explain about our positions. We are expecting $1-5$-10$-20$. Come on buy us.

I openly say that I will leave Bitcoin and Ethereum .

We also think that the third BlockChain that everyone is looking for will be etc.

We also calculate the etc. What should be the market cap for it to be 1000$.

1. Ethereum
2. Bitcoin
3. Ethereum Classic
4. Cardano
5. Binance Coin
6. XRP
7. Link
8. ? LiteCoin
9. Bitcoin Cash
10. Xlm
11. ? Sol
12. Neo
13. Trx
14. ? Polkadot
15. ? Uniswap

BlockChain never fails. Because the internet never goes down. To turn off the Internet, you have to turn off the electricity. It's like a doomsday scenario.
We cannot say that the apocalypse will never come.

It is 100% risky. You can lose all your money.
Take your decisions carefully.
There are all kinds of monsters on the market. Don't forget to set Tp and Stop-loss.

Don't look at us. We are Corporate.
We don't do any damage.
We wait 1-5-10-20-30-50 years.
This company will be inherited to our children.
We have guarantees such as $, ,£, Gold , Silver , Copper ,iron ,Eurobond ,Us bond, in order not to sink. In short, we are everywhere.
We try to be a part of the team, from the cola you drink to the medicine you use.

Transfer crypto to Ledger and forget it. It will either fly or it will be 0$.

Anyone who thinks the opposite of what I'm saying can short sell. earn a lot :)

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