Institutional Money Flowing Into Bitcoin 2: What are the Whales Doing
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We continue our analysis of how markets are made, and how instittuional money is entering the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Not in shouts and screams, but in whispers and hushed conversations. The signs are obvious if you know how to point your camera in the right direction, and when to zoom in or out. Let's take a look at the latest buzz flying around the office about legendary macro-trader George Soros entering the Crypto markets not with opinion pieces and pamphlets, but with cold hard cash. What do his movements as a whale tell us about the potential moves of other investors, and about the price movements of Bitcoin as a whole?
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