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    Since I may not get a chance tomorrow (and the fact that the JSE will be closed), I started my challenge today. I've set the bar a bit high so that it is a challenge and will try source the funds from my salary and other income every month and not use other savings for it (else what is the point): R400 x month cash via TymeBank R400 x month equities via EasyEquities
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    The year is ending and the bitcoin halving is still approaching. Like previous halving event, the price did indeed start to show an improvement, and it has continued to range mostly between 6-10k for most of the year which is what I was expecting. With the halving event getting closer, I would expect some people to start front running the price up to the event, but the real 'chaos' and volatility to probably come in the months following. It all depends on how many people will try to use their knowledge of the halving as an advantage, to buy ahead of time. Today the price is about $7430 which is around a 98% increase in value from today's date one year ago. Currently sitting at about R114852 on ice3x.com exchange and R114224 on Luno. That is about a R10k price difference to the USD price, so there is some wiggle room for arbitrage, if you are buying on a US based exchange like Kraken and then selling on SA exchanges. I am still accumulating now that I am back from my travels in South America, and still believe that the real big price increases will be in the months following the halving event, which is now predicted to be on 14 May 2020. My "guestimate" is that IF there is another repeat of events like what has happened in the past halving event, the price change could improve again by 5 to 10 times what it is now, within the next 3 years. Of course, if you want to benefit, you should only use money you are prepared to risk, as bitcoin is extremely high risk....but potential high reward. So far the price is sticking close to where it is predicted to go if you are using the Stock to Flow model.
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