The last week of November is closing in red, and many crypto phenomena from Justin Sun to Michael Saylor made important statements. Cryptocoin. com, you can take a look at the claims of “Sun is coming out of the market”, in which the CEO of Tron moved 2 billion dollars. What are the giants saying about Bitcoin and altcoin projects? Let’s continue with the tweets…
Erik Voorhees says Turkey can grow with Bitcoin
Alongside Micheal Saylor’s calls to Turkey “Bitcoin is hope” since October, ShapeShift. Adding tweets from Erik Voorhees, founder of com. This week, Voorhees shared the following post where he said Turkey could grow even more by investing in Bitcoin:
Or you can keep your money in a non-inflationary currency like Bitcoin. Every year, Turkey can grow bigger and more guests can be invited.
Micheal Saylor, CEO of Microstrategy, who retweeted Jan Wuestenfeld’s analysis of the Turkish Central Bank decision on October 21 and called “Bitcoin is hope for Turkey”, made important statements about the Turkish Lira this week:
The Turkish lira traded to $1 from 12.50 lira, an all-time low, after losing another 7% on Tuesday. If you want to survive, convert your working capital from TL to USD. If you want to develop, convert all your capital from TRY to BTC.
Highlights of the week include exchanges between Elon Musk, the Dogecoin developer team, and Billy Markus due to the crypto exchange giant Binance’s suspension of Dogecoin withdrawals. The tweets of Elon Musk and Binance CEO CZ were talked about a lot this week. CZ then tries to end the bickering with the following tweet:
We are all on a team. Just some in-team chats…
Tron founder Justin Sun came to the fore with 2 billion dollars that he moved from his personal wallet. Apart from that, Sun attended the “Crypto’s Continuing Chronicles” event. Details in the tweet below.
Finally, let’s take a look at entrepreneur and investor Pompliano’s agenda. This week, Pomp reminded crypto investors that the road is long and gave advice:
When money is cheap and plentiful, you must remember that all good things require focus, patience, perseverance and endurance. There are no shortcuts.