Money stronger regulation would inspire Bitcoin - says the "Wolf of Wall Street"
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ex-stock broker Jordan Belfort - ALIAS "The Wolf of Wall Street" - has pronounced a stronger regulation of crypto currencies such as the Bitcoin. The fear is unfounded.
The former stockbroker Jordan Belfort is likely to be known most because of the filming of its life story in the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" with Leonardo Dicaprio in the lead role. At the end of the 1990s, Belfort was convicted of money laundering and securities fraud at a four-year prison sentence. In 2017, Belfort had commented on the then booming crypto market and ICO (Initial Coin Offering). Now Belfort spoke for a stronger regulation of the Bitcoin.
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as the EU's Act of Law against Money Linen became publicly provided a small part of it under advocates of crypto currencies for great excitement. Accordingly, anonymous crypto wallets are to be banned. The EU also wants to make every transfer of Bitcoin, Etherum and Co transparent. © t3n.de Banning of Anonymous Krypto Wallets: These are the impact on investors in the EU many people expressed their displeasure online and especially in social media, because this would be formulated such a ban not
Regulation would Pushen Bitcoin and StableCoins
bitcoin and stable coins would benefit from regulations, said Belfort in an. The fear of that, which is always pressing on the courses of crypto currencies, was unfounded. To support his thesis, Belfort reminded Belfort's market for Junk Bonds, so-called Ramsh bonds, which was strongly grown after the regulation, as the . He is shocked, on the other hand, how little the tax authorities against the Stablecoin Tether (USDT) would do. Tether called Belfort as a scam. Belfort Tether had criticized in 2017.
Currently it should give new investigations from the Ministry of Justice against Tether. At least the news agency Bloomberg had reported about it.. However, it would not be the first time that . Mostly, the doubts about the complete cover of the USDT promised by Tether stand by reserves. , Tether / USDT has a market capitalization of just under $ 62 billion US dollars.
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Belforts with growth at the Bitcoin course
criticism expressedalso in his opinion partly unrealistic course destinations for Bitcoin and Etherum. Here had some analyst: inside last possible in view. Belfort itself is much more careful, but also bullish. According to own information, the ex-stock broker has both bitcoin and ethereum. For the coming months, Belfort expects rising courses. Bitcoin will be worth between 45,000 and $ 70,000 at the end of the year. The Etherum Course could therefore be between 3,700 and $ 4,500.
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