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Bitcoin Will be Too Expensive for You When These 3 things Happen

According to Bitcoin oracle Michael Saylor

Michael Saylor. Source; Inverse

Bitcoin already is the best performing institutional great asset of the year. It’s up 344% in the last 12 months. That’s like going with the speed of sound — Michael Saylor

Bitcoin has been created to cripple banks.

The unstoppable code of Bitcoin will further climb where banks will crumble once crash bailouts are a thing of the past.

However, according to crypto-oracle Michael Saylor, banks can play a crucial role in the short term further adoption of the flagship cryptocurrency.

That, and these two other reasons, will accelerate Bitcoin’s price beyond affordability for you and me>>>

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