In a short vision on December 24, I saw a light gray rectangular box with two numbers in it. On the left side was written 7.5% and on the right side was written $.13. I understood these numbers represented the price range for Electroneum, which is a crypto currency traded on the Cryptopia exchange.
I was not shown any dates, but since December 24, it has been trading in the bottom half of this range and trending down. It is now close to the bottom, so I am expecting it to start moving up soon towards the $.13 top.
The lower number was written as a percentage, which might mean the prices I saw were not exactly equal to the price in US dollars due to the variance between USD and USDT, which is a crypto currency whose price tracks closely with the value of USD. Cryptopia is the only exchange currently trading Electroneum and they trade it against USDT, not USD. For example, the current market price in USD on coinmarketcap.com is $.080068, but the current price in USDT on the Cryptopia exchange is $.0783. So, if the prices I saw were in USD, then the prices traded on Cryptopia might be slightly lower than 7.5 and 13 cents. If the price drops significantly below 7.5 cents, then my interpretation of 7.5% is wrong.
I think the price range I saw confirms Christopher Harris’s recent dream in which he saw a large wave of water rising up then crashing down, making it easy for him and other Electroneum traders to pick up fish. He was told it was the third wave, so I think what I saw was the range for the first wave. If that’s the correct interpretation, the price should drop after moving up close to the top of the range, which would be the first wave crashing.
Previously, I saw Electroneum trading at $.17, but I think that comes later because otherwise $.13 would be meaningless. Since I don’t know the exact top, I opened a limit order to sell at $.127, which would be a good profit. My plan is to buy it back after the drop.
Seeing this range gave me confidence the price is not dropping to the 3-5 cent range, which I was warned about previously. My guess is it won’t get that low until the third wave crashes.
On the flip side, it also means prices are not moving up very high yet because the waves are going to take some time, which is good news for anyone who have not yet gotten started trading crypto currencies because it is still not too late.
My interpretation of these insights might be wrong, so this is not a recommendation for investing.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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