Quotes: Bitcoin rises suddenly, affected by suspected CIA airliner shot down

ask a question? Do you know how much Bitcoin has risen in the past month? The answer is 30% … Terrorism is the public enemy of people all over the world.

Yesterday at 11pm, the news suddenly came to light: On the afternoon of the 27th local time in Afghanistan's Taliban, a passenger aircraft belonging to the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was shot down with senior CIA officials on board.

I immediately felt like buying something again. Several BTC were bought for $ 8,750. Why buy Bitcoin instead of BSV, EOS or BCH?

There are two aspects. On the one hand, these currencies have risen when I saw them. I have a principle: do n’t buy anything that rises-this is exactly the opposite of the experience of the stock market; on the other hand, BTC is my intention Long-term currency, other not work, I myself hold relatively few BTC, I want to continue to increase positions.

In the exchange, in fact, I am more accustomed to Huobi, but who calls Binance's low fees? After I bought it, I logged into the Huobi account and looked at it, and "accidentally" found that there was still 16,000 yuan in Huobi.

Suddenly want to use this to engage in leverage trading, after all, year round, after all, there are not many good buying points in my eyes.

I borrowed thousands of USDT, bought BTC, and placed a sell order of 9,500. In fact, if the discussion I said earlier is true, when many people wake up and find that they will catch up, I always underestimate the strength of the rise. (Novices do n’t mess around. I never play leverage. It does n’t matter if I go to zero for 16,000.)

The currency circle is a place to tell stories. As long as there are stories to tell, Bitcoin can rise.

Under the current epidemic situation, the currency circle has been quiet for too long, and as long as there is a story, it can rise-it is like desire has been suppressed for too long, and it can ignite a reason.

This time, there is a halving market in the back of the hall, and the vision of the rise can be slightly larger-just like I currently only have 3 bitcoins, just to take advantage of this opportunity to enter a few more.

After buying, I continued to pay attention to this matter and found out that the truth entered the Rashomon.

A spokesman for the US military's Afghanistan operation said that a US Bombardier E-11A aircraft crashed in Afghanistan that day and the cause of the crash was under investigation. There was no evidence that the aircraft was shot down by the enemy.

An Afghan Taliban spokesman said that we shot down.

According to public online news, the aircraft that fell in Ghazni, in the eastern province of Afghanistan, may not be a passenger airliner but belongs to the United States Air Force.

According to Russian satellite news agency, both the Afghan Interior Minister and the Second Vice President confirmed that a plane crashed in the Dhjak region of Gazny Province that day.

Local officials revealed that at the time of the incident (1:30 p.m. local time), the plane was on its way from Herat, a city in western Afghanistan, to the capital, Kabul, with 83 people on board.

Afghan news channel TOLOnews said that in the relevant pictures and videos, the right side engine of the crashed aircraft can be seen with the logo of the US Air Force.

The BBC quoted Iran's Fars News Agency as saying that the crashed aircraft may be a Bombardier E-11A aircraft belonging to the US Air Force. The U.S. military often uses such aircraft for electronic surveillance in Afghanistan.

In response to the September 11 terrorist attacks, the US Bush administration started a war against Al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan from October 2001.

In December 2014, Obama announced the end of the 13-year-old war in Afghanistan, in which more than 2,000 American soldiers died.

As of now, there are still about 12,000 U.S. soldiers and thousands of NATO soldiers in Afghanistan. Officials working in the Afghan capital Kabul often fly to and from military bases and offices.

In September last year, Trump announced the suspension of peace talks after an attack by the Taliban led to the death of a U.S. military, and an agreement that seemed to be about to be put on hold. On the 17th of this month, a spokesman for the Taliban's political office in Qatar confirmed that the Taliban's ceasefire negotiations with the United States have resumed.

However, 2019 is the year in which the United States has sacrificed the most in five years in Afghanistan, with a total of 23 soldiers killed.

No one wants war, but if the terror spreads, the ceasefire negotiations will likely change.

As of 9 am at the time of writing, there is still no new development on Trump's Twitter that I follow closely.

In the digital world, the reasons for rising are sometimes not important, and rising emotions are more important.

(End of full text)