OTCbid - This Generalist Investor Goes Long on Bitcoin, Says USD 40K-100K Possible

" The next bull cycle for bitcoin (BTC) may bring its price up about 2 to 5 times the price seen during the previous all-time high from December 2017, meaning it could jump to USD 40,000 - USD 100,000 per coin, a popular generalist investor Lyn Alden estimated.

The investment strategist said she went long on BTC this April and in her detailed analysis piece, published today, she sought “to bridge the gap” between existing “very polarizing” BTC analysis camps: “[It is] either written by hardcore bullish enthusiasts or dismissed as a worthless ponzi scheme.”

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-6% Gross, -3% Net, B2B, Signature Bank

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NEW: 150K-500K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, B2B, Signature Bank - Look For Seller

(Buyer: OS KS)

Post: 18.7.20

  • A new buyer is looking for 150K-500K BTC at -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyerside: 1.5%

  • Sellerside: 1.5%



  • 1. Initial Engagement The SPA including IMFPA is signed by both parties.

  • 2. Proof of Funds Recent screenshot of the buyer’s Signature Bank account that demonstrates sufficient funds for the first tranche.

  • 3. Proof of Coins and Forensics a) A Satoshi is sent from the seller's transaction wallet to the buyer's wallet. The transaction wallet must have 1K+ coins: b) Buyer conducts forensics (Coin Analysis Report).

  • 4. Transactional Procedure Signature Bank’s Signet System The Signet transaction mechanism uses a stable coin called a Signet, which is set at parity of 1 US Dollar per 1 Signet, to facilitate BTC transactions within Signature Bank. Upon engagement, the buyer's and seller’s respective bank officers assist in facilitating the transaction utilizing the Signet system in the following sequence: a) The buyer buys Signets with the funds in their Signature Bank account. b) The seller receives the Signets of equivalent dollar value, to the number of BTC being purchased in that tranche. The price is set as the average strike price from 7 indices on the day and hour of transaction. c) Seller sends BTC to the buyer wallet directly. d) The seller redeems his Signets received from the buyer’s dollars that were exchanged for Signets earlier. Steps a) through d) are repeated until the order is complete



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