Tulipcoin is not “empty of value” because value is at all times subjective

What the author is getting at is that those who value tulipcoin are — according to the author’s subjective valuation, as well as the doctor’s subjective e-valuation — enamored of Jekyll Island 2.0 folly (note that the doctor e-declined to offer a link to the originating article because mandatory Javascript). http://gata.org/node/18343

The doctor posted this entry on Day 619 of WWIII

<sardonicism>Whatever you do, don’t throw that rabbit into that briar patch</sardonicism>

<sardonicism>Your best financial friend is Jekyll Island 2.0</sardonicism> (note the source … and note as well that talk of something or other happening to central banks is irrelevant since there is no such thing in any case — private or pretend-otherwise — as a legitimate central bank because no meatspace avatar or group of individual […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 605 of WWIII


<sardonicism>No, really, some bona fide god governed the initial supply of tulipcoin as well as the exact-same-level-as-it-was-forty-thousand-years-ago supply of gold</sardonicism> (recall that early cybercurrencies represent Jekyll Island 2.0 — only after a tangible & sound currency comes into widespread enough use to issue electronic equivalents of traditional paper-based certificates will the first cybercurrency become valid […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 568 of WWIII

Straight from the And If You Believe That One files: “The Wealthy Are Hoarding $10 Billion of Bitcoin in Bunkers”

Not only does such risible propaganda trick naive media consumers into a false impression that tulipcoin is stable, being (*cough*) valued (*cough*) at $10 billion now and at the same $10 billion following any disaster the magnitude of which might drive meatspace avatars toward bunkers, it also tricks them into a false impression that a […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 555 of WWIII

Chalk this up to being a Hathaway half-truth

Gold weight establishes the natural price of all other goods & services, and as such socialist fraudsters will try again & again to substitute in one or another “reserve currency” forgery as part of this or that grift of unnatural Political Economy — but tulipcoin, on the other hand, represents merely an initial attempt at […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 431 of WWIII

There’s no external link this time, but the doctor would like to e-correct the heading of this post

Upon second e-consideration, it’s wasn’t quite accurate for that particular online avatar to e-assert that tulipcoin removes Legal Tender from the marketplace — rather, cybercurrencies disguise Legal Tender as something else, which emboldens inflationary fraudsters to keep expanding the Legal Tender supply (bottom line: removing a medium of exchange from an economy represents deflationary activity […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 430 of WWIII

An email to the doctor asks “what” the doctor e-thinks about “the panic selling of bitcoin turning into a nice opportunity to weed out the weak hands and buy the dip”

Ha, nice try — more like some meatspace avatars tried to take some profits before the mass rush to the exit, which then compelled those behind the tulipcoin grift to panic buy in an effort to shore up its price (related: the NWO-created term BTFD — which stands for Buy The Fu*king Dip — has […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 413 of WWIII

Who remembers this post?

The doctor must e-make a slight correction to e-state that the dump part of the pump & dump will come when millions of suckers agree to accept six-figure-per tulipcoin in exchange for their actual labor effort (bottom line: the Gold 2.0 disguise for Jekyll Island 2.0 is insufficient — so now all the hype is […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 409 of WWIII