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Anyway, as I watched Bitcoin – – which is the king of stability with a mere 73% drop in value over the prior eight months – – slip under $20,000 again, I was reminded of this salient Saylor fact:
You’ll note the average price. When Bitcoin was above $60,000, they seemed like geniuses. Now? Not so much. We’re talking about a loss of about $1.4 billion, and of course no one knows how low Bitcoin is going to ultimately go.
I would sometimes wonder to myself, “How come a software company with real products, real revenues, and real employees is dicking around and pretending to be some kind of crypto fund?” Well, I glanced at the data below and……………Oh.
I mean, that’s quite a feat. Lower revenue EVERY YEAR. Without a SINGLE exception. I mean, wow.
Oh, well, There aren’t many things in life we know for sure, but we can count on this: as $BTC bangs its way lower and lower, creating larger and larger capital losses, Michael Saylor will keep us entertaining with his ceaseless and pointless inanities:
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