Panic in the markets affects both Bitcoin and the blood on the streets is so abundant that it even sparked a warning from Edward Snowden.
This is the first time in a long time that I have wanted to buy bitcoin. That fall was too much panic and too little reason.
This is the first time in a while I've felt like buying bitcoin. That drop was too much panic and too little reason.
– Edward Snowden (@Snowden) March 13, 2020
The fundamental reasons for this price drop are non-existent. There is no reason to really consider this market as a victim of the geopolitical and economic problems generated by COVID19.
On the contrary, perhaps the paradigm shift proposed by Bitcoin and the entire ecosystem struggling to improve the market could benefit from this situation in the future.
Even the Bitmex CEO has made growth statements and on Twitter there are more and more references to a reckless panic sale.
Edward Joseph Snowden, born in 1983, is an American informant who copied and disclosed highly classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013 when he was an employee and subcontractor of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Their revelations have exposed numerous global surveillance programs, many run by the NSA and the Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance with the cooperation of European telecommunications companies and governments, and have sparked a cultural discussion about national security and individual privacy.
As a supporter of WEB3.0He has spoken at numerous blockchain related conferences and his open approach to cryptocurrencies is well known.
As a lover of zk snarks, stands out as a privacy advocate against the power of security guards and data users against our individual liberties.