Monthly Archives: December 2013

Paul Krugman Blows It Big Time On Bitcoin

Paul Krugman, a world famous economist asks a REALLY Silly question … Placing a ceiling on the value of gold is mining technology, and the prospect that if its price gets out of whack for long on the upside a … Continue reading

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New! BlogTalk Radio

Tune in to my new call in show at BlogTalk radio. The main topic will be Bitcoin, of course, and also how to earn Bitcoin with the traffic from your website. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bitcoinmultilevel/2013/12/27/how-to-earn-bitcoin-with-your-website

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When Bad News Hits

When the Chinese government came out with “guidance” that was far more strict on Bitcoin than anyone expected it caused a major price shift. Why then do so many reporters post that under the “volatility of Bitcoin” banner? After all, … Continue reading

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Which “Bubble” Will Pop First?

It amazes me how vehemont the main stream media is at proclaiming that Bitcoin is a “tulip mania” or a “bubble’ when there are so many main stream economists warning that we are at the end of a bond bubble. … Continue reading

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How About An Equal Playing Field For Bitcoin!

The European Banking Authority said “Currently, no specific protection exists in the E.U. that would protect consumers from financial losses if a platform that exchanges or holds virtual currencies fails or goes out of business” & “cases have been reported … Continue reading

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Is Fiat Money The True “Tulip Mania”?

Bitcoin has stirred comparison of itself to the 1637 “Tulip Mania” that saw tulip bulbs’ values rise to 10 times the annual salary of a skilled Dutch craftsman. But, really, is the tulip mania starting or is it ending? Perhaps … Continue reading

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Bitcoin vs. Gold In A High Interest Environment

Now this will be pure speculation since Bitcoin has never been around in a high interest environment and neither are we near a high interest rate but I would think Bitcoin would still continue to rise in value while gold … Continue reading

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Tax Evasion Stops Today? Really?

7:30 a.m. Eastern Standard time. The headline of the BBC article says “Deadline for Swiss banks to sign up to disclosure deal”. What it is referring to is the US trying to get the names of Americans with accounts in … Continue reading

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Is It Volatilty Or Resilience?

re·sil·ience riˈzilyəns/ noun noun: resilience; plural noun: resiliences 1. the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity. “nylon is excellent in wearability and resilience” 2. the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. “the often … Continue reading

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Bitcoin vs. Fiat – A Zero Sum Game

In economics, a zero sum game is: a mathematical representation of a situation in which a participant’s gain (or loss) of utility is exactly balanced by the losses (or gains) of the utility of the other participant(s). If the total … Continue reading

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