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Bitcoin on May 22, 2020

Bitcoin (BTC) fell to as low as 8,800 USD yesterday, May 21, 2020 before rising again; BTC is trading at $ 9,195 today, 22 but 2020, at the time of writing. Today is a special day for Bitcoin because, a “trivial” event 10 years ago, speaks volumes about its evolution and the lessons to be learned. We also regret a certain Whale in recent days because, it would have been able to better enlighten us on a rain announcing a bull run.

The most expensive Pizza in the world?

On May 22, 2010, the programmer Laszlo Hanyecz order pizza from a user on a forum BTC, 2 pizzas from the restaurant Dad John’s for the price of 10,000 BTC : no, Hanyecz wasn’t crazy! 10,000 BTC at the time were worth 2 pizzas whereas today, only 1 Bitcoin worth gold and, that a transaction of 40 BTC enough to panic the market.

Happy Bitcoin Pizza Day to our dear readers of The Coin Tribune! A Pizza Day that follows the day when Peter shiff tweeted that Bitcoin doesn’t allow you to buy things in the real world, you had to sell your Bitcoins, then pay for purchases in dollars. Does Schiff have enough culture BTC ? Schiff, here Corleone : “Be close to your friends, and even closer to your enemies”.

The signs are accentuated

We regret once again the departure of Joe the Whale from Twitter, who had mentioned the influx of Tether ((USDT) on the market, as a necessary condition for a bull run of the BTC.

Data from Glassnode show an increase in the adoption rate of theUSDT with 1850 new addresses USDT created every hour. The number of new addresses USDT even reached a new ATH of 2,035,875.

For the moment, this growth inUSDT is accompanied by a drop in the price of Bitcoin ; however, the opposite effect may soon occur.

For my birthday, I offer you to offer me a green gift, without gift wrap and which you can buy online, even at the last moment: 1 Bitcoin. Tether’s rain continues; let’s hope she’s refreshing the bulls to run them at least up to $ 20,000, or why not up to $ 50,000 by the end of the year.

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