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so all of YouTube knows ETH is a-comin'. Let's see if we can get this video to a crazy 20,000 likes. Today, we're going to be taking a look at
some extremely interesting comments that Tyler Winklevoss made both in
an interview and also in a tweet that wasn't really talked about a lot,
but is now super relevant. These guys, the Winklevoss twins,
are mega bullish not only in Bitcoin, as you may know, but also Ethereum, calling it the decentralized operating
system of the internet combined with a decentralized version of Amazon.
A true crypto Frankenstein. Let's just say, Tyler Winklevoss thinks very high of it, and also as we see here in a bit, he definitely believes that at the current
ETH price of around on $1220 that it is vastly underrated and feels very cheap, and lucky for you, I'm going to explain to you
why you have been given a gift, a golden goose, and your opportunity to buy sub-$1400 ETH. Upside is coming and it's big. And it's coming sooner than you think.
Now, if you didn't know,
Tyler is half of the Winklevoss twins. Along with his brother Cameron, this duo made huge waves
as they became the first Bitcoin billionaires. It should have been me. You can read more about it in the book
"Bitcoin Billionaires" by Ben Mezrich. It's a great book that gives you context and
a great history lesson in the crypto space.
So, how did they become
Bitcoin-billionaires-turned-ETH-bulls? Well, if you're unaware, Mark Zuckerberg absolutely
stole Facebook from the Winklevoss twins. That's a fact. And he settled with them for $65 million in damages. The twins then took that money and
put a portion of it, $11 million, into Bitcoin. And boom! They became billionaires. That easy. They first invested in 2013,
and by 2017, they were billionaires. Since then, they got firmly implanted in crypto
by founding the Gemini exchange and getting in good with the New York
Department of Financial Services to make sure that everything they touch
in crypto is on the up-and-up. Recently, they were on Casey Adams'
Rise of The Young podcast. You can find a link to that channel
down below in the description, so make sure to check it out
after you get done watching this video.
Now, on the show, they discuss
the potential of blockchain technology. Check it out. We are at the dawn of something
as significant as the internet itself. Wow! That's crazy. The dawn of something as significant as the internet? It's almost like you've heard me say that
on this channel like a zillion times. Things are changing. But these guys saw this early on, and also, they were only one year after me into Bitcoin. But Bitcoin is not the only thing
these guys are loving these days. They are totally all-in on Ethereum. They see the big picture. Listen to them describe the difference
between Bitcoin and Ethereum. Because Bitcoin is digital gold, right? It's sort of moving value from A to B. And there doesn't seem to be a huge
appetite in the community to to experiment or sort of screw it up, right? And so, if we got a good thing going, let's not run too fast.
Let's not be too exotic. Whereas Ethereum is like your–
it's a decentralized operating system. So the promise is that you can create these
applications on top of it permissionless the same way you could build an application– I don't know about it anymore,
but back in the day, you could build a company on top of Facebook. That's right, guys. Building on Ethereum was like building
on Facebook in the early days. Nobody remembers Farmville? I remember. Ooh. Hi, mandy. But let's listen to them talk about the potential
as we replay the opening clip. I want you to listen closely to what they say here. What's less talked about and less known
is that we are huge fans of Ether, or Etherians, if you will, in the slang. I think Ether has tremendous capability. Ethereum is a decentralized Amazon. Okay, we get it. ETH is big. It's a huge opportunity, but here's the thing. The price has plummeted. But way back before Ethereum touched
all-time highs and then crashed 20%, which– a few days ago, Tyler put out a very interesting tweet. "Ether is still 10% off its all-time high.
Feels cheap during a bull run." Now, this tweet was way back on January 8. Now, where was Ethereum on that date,
you may ask? $1220 Where's the price of Ethereum right now
at the time of this writing? $1220 This is why I'm telling you that this is your second
chance to jump on the Ethereum train if you missed it and you got left at the station. Let me reiterate. Any price under $1428 is going to be
looked at as a heck of a steal. The last several days have been filled with FUD
and people attempting to push the price down.
You have to understand that the market is still
primarily led and directed by Bitcoin. I know this seems counterintuitive
to statements that I make such as that Ethereum will move at higher
percentage than Bitcoin does, like if Bitcoin always goes up
and then Ethereum goes up, how could it outperform it? The explosive moves to Ethereum are the key. I saw Ethereum moved from $950 all the way
to $1400 in less than a week's time. And it will do that again. Bitcoin, on the other hand, has more
steady consistent moves. Think about it like this. When Bitcoin goes up, Ethereum generally goes up. When Bitcoin drops, Ethereum will also drop. But the key is whenever Bitcoin travels
sideways for a long period of time, and by a long time, I mean a couple of days, Ethereum will pump through the roof! We want Bitcoin to sit still
long enough to get those pumps. And I definitely believe we could be on the
precipice of another one of those moves.
Tyler Winklevoss is correct. Ethereum is an opportunity
as big as Facebook or Amazon. Most of you missed those not because
they were stolen from you like they were from the Winklevoss twins, but you just didn't see the big picture at the time. Now, you're a little older, a little wiser, and if you aged anything like me, you're obviously much better looking also. And I'm helping you bring into focus the fact that Ethereum is the kind of once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity that you cannot pass up.
But your time to enter is drawing nigh. With each passing month, the lowest entry gets higher and higher and higher. The sand is quickly moving out of the hourglass. I just hope you got some skin in the game before you get played. But what do you think about Ethereum? Do you think it's as big of an opportunity
as I do or Tyler does? If you do, please make a comment down below. And also, if you're a fan of ETH, make sure to smash that like button
unless you got big muscles like me. Just press it lightly. Let's see if we can get this video to 20,000 likes. That's all I got. Be blessed. BitBoy out.