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When is the Next Bitcoin Bull Run Due to Begin?

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True story. I woke up Saturday morning prepared to kick out my Saturday issue of Cryptocracy, but my computer’s battery was dead. At 5 a.m.

Since I live in a van with my wife, the only way to power up is to plug into our off-grid solar system and turn on the inverter. Since there’s no sun at 5 a.m., that’s a little risky, but I would have had to reach over my wife, who was sleeping, to plug in, and that’s an even bigger risk. I put the computer away and went back to bed.

When I woke up a couple of hours later, it was time to hit the road. We were traveling from Pennsylvania to Texas. Still haven’t made it yet. Now, our van is in the shop in a small town in Alabama because one little plastic piece that holds the shift linkage in place broke off. It’s like a 20-minute fix for someone who knows they’re doing.

That means we stayed in a motel room last night because the auto shop is closed on Sundays. We should be back on the road today—I hope.

Here’s my van just before driving it off the tow truck.

In the meantime, enjoy some crypto news.


Let’s have a cryptastic day!

Bitwise CEO Hunter Horsley says the next bitcoin bull run will begin in 2023. Former Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack says bitcoin could be “a huge way that monetary transactions take place”—50 years from nowOf course, he also said it’s hard for him to understand why BTC has value, but he owns some. Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary believes it could be sooner, right after the Stablecoin Transparency Act passes. He’s not the only one who believes regulation will benefit bitcoin. ARK Investment analyst predicts BTC will hit $1 million within seven yearsI’ve been saying for a couple of years now that regulation is inevitable and that it will benefit cryptocurrencies, especially bitcoin. Regulation makes people feel comfortable and less like they’re paying a hooker. If you take your date to dinner and end up with some nookie, it feels like a reward. You hand over a nifty fifty and ask for some love pudding, suddenly your name is John. Bitcoin is no hooker and most investors don’t want to be Johns.

Ethereum has seen 50 percent of its post-Merge blocks censored due to Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) compliance enforcement. Two ways to earn passive income from Ethereum.

Source: AMBCrypto

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong plans to sell 2% of his stakeReportedly, it’s because he fell in love with science. For you flag lovers, you’d be interested know about Coinbase’s two green flags and one red flag.

Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse is outraged, and he wants you to be outraged tooI am outraged. “Stellaaaa!”

FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried admits to putting foot in mouthHe’s in good company.

Can MakerDAO safeguard decentralization with government bonds?

Meta metaverse is draining users like a broken water main. Is the metaverse really inevitable? Most people who enter Horizon Worlds don’t make it a month. Still, maybe you can profit from these 10 ways to earn in the metaverse.

As if we didn’t have enough acronyms to keep track of already, CCO NFTs jump into the alphabet soup and have a swim around. I know you’re hankering to know which celebrity has paid the most for an NFTHint: It’s not Vincent Price. He’s deadMagic Eden is employing an “optional royalty” model. Great! Now you have two ways to get screwed.

What crypto traders are doing now that bitcoin’s volatility has fallen.

Crypto voters could decide elections.

How to prevent blockchain bridges from getting attacked.

Why blockchain oracles are essential for Web3. Will Web3 put an end to cybercrime? Eastern Europe has the most illicit crypto activityGeez, I can’t imagine why.

The World of Women is hosting its first ever Web3 awards.

Anthony Hopkins sells all his NFTs in seven minutesSomebody call Clarice.

How U.S. officials are discussing crypto regulation.

Crypto remittance companies are fleeing to Mexico. Now could be the time for crypto developers to leave the U.S., too.

Snark and commentary in italics. Inclusion of an item does not mean I agree or endorse the ideas presented. Of course, it also doesn’t mean I don’t.

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Great analystic of bitcoin 💵♥️but i think we are not gonna see a bullrun for a long time. I think not after this word aconomy sutuation.

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I think it could start in 2023, but it likely won't be noticeable at first. It will rise slowly, then fall, then rise a little more, and fall. Before you know it, sometime in 2024, it will be full on.

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