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The title to this article is, at best, journalism malpractice or, worse, deliberately malicious

The title to this article is, at best, journalism malpractice or, worse, deliberately malicious



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  1. The platform Pyth may have displayed that low number, but the question is whether satoshis actually traded at the number. If someone is selling at that ridiculously low figure I wanna buy buy buy.

  2. To me the headline seems extremely click-baity. Until you really get to reading, it isn’t clear that the article and headline isn’t saying that Bitcoin’s actual value (regardless of where or how you’re buying it) is a little over 5,000 dollars and that a glitch temporarily pulled back the curtain for just a moment. And if you already don’t understand cryptocurrency as it is, then the rest of the article is no help.

    They do mention that the glitch didn’t show on other platforms. But if you’re a no-coiner, is that 1,000,000 other platforms? Or is there like 1 or 2 others? I stay abreast of crypto and this is my first hearing of this. This is beyond insignificant.

    No mention of block confirmations and that’s a reason that it was no more than a glitch.

    Oh wait, but the stock market never glitches, right Fortune?

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