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Top 10 Tweets of 2020

Yes, yes, I know: you are an excellent twatter, and we have omitted your only tweet from this list that has 50 likes on the lines of embezzlement. Likewise, this reporter is a negligent list builder who overlooks a controversial day your favorite retailer (formerly influencer) colorfully portrayed the anatomy of Brad Garlinghouse.

If it’s any consolation, know that I hate this hellish place as much as you do. The year was a terrible one for almost everyone, and while cryptocurrencies had a second bull market, everyone managed to come together, overcome adversity and still treat each other terribly. I looked up one of these tweets in hopes it was mid-fall and had a small aneurysm when I realized it was first published two weeks ago.

Enter crypto twitter, A place where some of the brightest live roleplaying participants are like two week old little animals where billionaires might tell you to fuck your mom, where you routinely ask yourself: “OMG why would anyone do SpongeBob porn?“has to go through an endless series of degradations. In the words of the Italian sculptor Alberto Giacometti, “Bridges are broken between things, between people; emptiness seeps everywhere, every creature secretes its own emptiness.” I check it every morning when I wake up.

Top 10 Tweets of 2020
Top 10 Tweets of 2020

This is not a list of the “best” tweets as there are no good tweets. It should also not be construed as an award, as the only award that can be won is saying, “I have deactivated my account.” Some are weird but you probably don’t believe it and run to make fun of me in direct messages. Please God make 2021 shorter than 2020.

Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year, monkeys.

Bullingers bands

John Bollinger He is a living legend in trade, a man whose contributions to the field are known even to weekend warriors who teach themselves technical analysis in their spare time. His 2001 book, Bollinger on Bollinger Bandsis a classic that has been translated into 11 languages. However, according to Twitter, it is a “simp”.

At the end of November, Bollinger predicted the possible formation of an upper limit for Bitcoin:

In response, The crypto community on Twitter did their thing:

Somehow the mischievous and deeply confusing wavered he dated Bollinger, who proclaimed himself “your favorite simp”.

For what it’s worth The Degenerate Army was right too: BTC navigated past their levels with ease, practically surpassing the Bullinger gangs.

Loose monkeys

I recommend you to follow CryptoMessiah: personable, a great trader and refreshingly open to the fact that at some point he will throw his bags at you. Their weekly uniswap gem hunt streams are a highlight for high stakes games. However, your greatest contribution could be a simple three word sentence:

“Monkeys strong together”, the crypto version of “send it”. Like the “Pump it, Loomdart” from the pasthas become the mantra of a new bull market, the battle cry of countless degenerate people standing on obvious carpets.

Even so, even geniuses can’t always get everything right:

Where do social tokens belong?

Of David Hoffman, Podcast host Bankless, a piece in two acts.

First act:

Second act:

Personal tokens are bad and should die by 2020.

Institutions are coming

They were nibbling in early 2020, and now it seems almost everyone wants to take a big bite.

While MicroStrategy and Grayscale seemed to be in a race to find out who could make the most headlines with absurd purchases of Bitcoin. Other institutions like JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs also dipped their fingers in the waters of cryptocurrencies. According to statistical research it’s a trend that won’t accelerate until 2021, when big banks and reputable funds try to secure their cryptocurrency positions regardless of price.

Actually, is a trend that makes a commenter’s tweet seem predictive:

Point for Maisie

Elon Musk has done a number of trolling so far this year. Where 2019 was a minor flop, it staged its own coup by being sued by the SEC. In 2020, he managed to keep his nose clean and he enjoyed spending his energy tormenting Bitcoin believers.

One example was the prototype of the man’s answers for Maisie Williams, the young actress who became famous when she played Arya Stark game of Thrones. Williams posed a rather innocent question to the digital firmament:

This caused a little joke from Musk, pretending not to be nerdy enough to name Arya’s lineage that goes back three generations:

However, Williams was the last to laugh at the end Putting the concept behind Musk’s joke counters him:

Brian Armstrong contradicts himself

As Musk’s behavior shows, Everyone on Twitter, including the most powerful CEOs, occasionally seems to behave with overt disregard for their own careers. The CEO of CoinbaseBrian Armstrong is no exception.

After announcing a “No to Policies I Dislike” mandate, in a now deleted tweet, Armstrong, during normal business hours, no less, republished a wacky blog post full of lies by another CEO, including the bizarre claim that one of Joe Biden’s sons committed suicide to escape the political limelight.

Despite the colossal mismanagement that has led to an exodus of employees and public control, Armstrong is likely to get a big check on whether / when Coinbase will go public. And the man cannot even conduct a stable exchange!

Personally, my goal is to bring Armstrong’s energy into 2021: Do a crappy job at everything and still get a raise. A true icon.

I am rubber, you are a wounded person

One of the quirks that define the broader Ethereum myth is this one Vitalik Buterin’s father is an active and seemingly highly spiritual tweeter who brings the popular weightlifting wisdom and New Age philosophy to the trend line of the regular world.

One of his most adorable pieces is a totally uplifting piece that was created when a trader sent him some pointers. Trying to offend Buterin is a futile effort, since the man is a walking koan:

The man known fondly as “Dimi” could lead us all to nirvana next year:

Illegal knots

Decentralized finance is a dangerous beast that often resembles a series of ponzi schemes stacked on top of one another. At best an emerging niche with high ambitions DeFi really appears to be the future of finance, and in the worst case scenario, it replicates the hollowed out foundations of the cynical financial cycle infrastructure it is trying to replace.

However, Legislators trying to craft regulations to keep the DeFi ecosystem stable seem determined to wash down the good, as Uniswap founder Hayden Adams noted:

I come across a regulation that does not “accidentally” prohibit running knots in the New Year.

Andre doesn’t owe you anything

Some people lost money on some of Andre’s projects because they were quick to invest in the contracts before they were announced. Some people lost money because of it You did more than necessary. Some lost money because of They treated Andre as a messianic figure and believed that he couldn’t go wrong.

In any case, Andre doesn’t owe you anything.

Global PvE enabled

Much of 2020 consisted of the same 40 dealers dumping each other and pulling carpets between them. while everyone was trying to find an easy victory in a landscape populated by cynical, intelligent, and vicious competitors.

However, when a new bull cycle looms and retailers pile up, The days of PvP (player versus player) are over:

For success, money and better decisions in the new year.

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