this is very odd - the offer is only on for one more HOUR and came with no notice... and when you click on the offer on Primary Bid it just takes you to the homepage of Primary Bid - not the offer - its very odd indeed
RE: lots of bullish news for Bitcoin - including Chinese companies putting it on its books07 Mar 2021 14:08
Chinese companies following MicroStrategy's strategy? Atop the improving macro environment for Bitcoin, the first Chinese listed company called Meitu has officially bought $40 million worth of Bitcoin and Ethereum. The company stated:
"The Group has purchased 15,000 units of Ether and 379.1214267 units of Bitcoin (BTC), both cryptocurrencies, in open market transactions at an aggregate consideration of approximately US$22.1 million and US$17.9 million respectively, on March 5, 2021." "The first Chinese listed company to buy a large amount of Bitcoin appeared," a popular Chinese journalist by the name of Wu Blockchain commented on March 7. "Photo-retouching software company Meitu announced that it would buy Bitcoin and Ethereum for 40mln$
SolBri on stocktwits is a bull but clearly in over his head investment wise - his constant hysterics at the price dropping are actually very off putting - surely the complete opposite of what hes trying to do by posting..
Hess just brilliant isn't he? Answering the question on everyone's mind about where the 'missing' 30 bitcoins went from the HODL. Just brilliant - nipped it in the bud straight away before stupid conspiracy theories started.
I don't see Argo listed here but not sure when this document was made.
I think ARB have the market cap to get into the FTSE 250 but there must be other criteria that we do not have yet ? Anyone shed any light? I think the March rebalancing happens end of first week of March.
Pearls - now you are just being stupid. You know full well that if mining 3 bitcoins a day (say average of 45K a coin for Feb) as was the case last month, thats $135K a DAY of revenue, not including zcash mining or the increase in the HODL.
Are you seriously implying that ARB is spending MORE than $135K a day and thus is loss making? A simple yes or no will do.