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Bitcoin or Lira

Bitcoin or Lira?  

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  1. 1. See chart below

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After the movements today in a certain currency I thought of something which would be quite funny. (I thought so anyway). I therefore reached out to @JamesIG and asked if I could post a Poll similar to the one regarding cryptos from a while back so we could end this week (the first one after ESMA) with a bit of a smile. I therefore present to you my poll Question...

Is the below chart bitcoin from early 2018 or the recent events of the Turkish lira? (Or Lir-AHHHHHHH as quoted elsewhere)

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