One of the most misunderstood things about Bitcoin is that volatility makes it a poor store of value.

2:50 PM · Oct 12, 2021

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To clarify: volatility doesn’t disqualify it as a good store of value.
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Replying to @danheld
"Bitcoin's the best performing asset for the past decade. And it's 100x better than gold, and it's 10x better than equity portfolios. So, the volatility is the price you pay for the performance that you get." - @michael_saylor Listen: podclips.com/m/C9NIzU?ss=t&s…
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Replying to @danheld
A friend was telling me that yesterday and because of that he is not buying…… i was like 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️
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Replying to @danheld
Give me a V
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You might consider rewording this sentence that says the opposite of what you think it says.
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It can be read both ways. The first time I read it, I thought it came across very negative. Now I’ve read it as was intended.
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Replying to @danheld
They Don't talk about volatility when price moves upwards, it's a good thing then.
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Replying to @danheld
It is volatile in the short term… violently so to the upside in the long term.
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Replying to @danheld
For me it’s the volatility that I love! No other asset class in the world can compare! #Btc is king and always will be!
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Replying to @danheld
The mainstream narrative on #Bitcoin has deterred so many people from wealth
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