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The tool is not the answer, but human nature and what we do about it.

You are missing the point, there's certainly a strategy called "Bait & Switch".

Whatever you like so much about the blockchain & whatever-finance, that's what you are not going to get, and if you do, it will be used against you.

Do you enjoy missing the forest for the tree?
 
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The tool is not the answer, but human nature and what we do about it.

You are missing the point, there's certainly a strategy called "Bait & Switch".

Whatever you like so much about the blockchain & whatever-finance, that's what you are not going to get, and if you do, it will be used against you.

Do you enjoy missing the forest for the tree?
This.


When capitalism is most efficient, we enter something that looks like communism because we have solved all base hierarchical requirements to raise the bottom line's quality of life. We've solved all base problems.

Things cost less, and the margin to make a profit becomes less. We need less to survive when anti-capitalistic practices of undercutting competition is stopped, and focuses are put on newer, larger, more in-depth problems that require a deeper understanding, more data analytics, and more people focusing on the same problem together.

When people force us to live as if we are in an efficient capitalistic state, we have actual communism, which collapses because the people have not created a reality worth living in. We maladapt because the people in control have just forced us to pretend. Slavery.

The only technology we can trust is the one for the people by the people. Not BTC, but what BTC was before it was corrupted by crypto-Anarcho-capitalists who have no idea how economics work, and have no trust for a central authority, which IS required to survive and unify. The only difference is that it needs to be audited, and a servant to the people.


BSV solves all of this and is at the core of why the world is retaliating so hard in the other direction away from it pushing people to invest in other coins. Because it's all a farce to play to people's greed, for those in control to continue to own systems that can have the rug pulled out at any moment by the control of a single individual or group. The mal-adapted.



View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74XhvbXx_pY




It's our jobs as independent thinkers to support the removal of the innovators and researchers from the capitalists. It's time for the people who have actually sacrificed their lives learning the truths about the world to make it a better place to be paid what they are owed rather than paying those who are best at unification via manipulation.


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For anyone still confused about the subject, this is NOT the best time to make money investing, look at the low interest rates (is that simple).

The rich are trying to preserve their fortunes from the increasing taxation and economic downturn, not risk them for higher returns.

Look at people like Bill Gates, selling his stock holdings before the Covid-19 lockdowns. Obviously, they knew what was coming, but the point is that he, and others, went to CASH before trying to crash the markets.

The rest (us) feel attracted to the easy promises of the "cryptocurrency" markets, where there's a chance to make money (reward) if you are also willing to lose money (risk ~ "the invisible enemy"), maybe all of it.

And don't forget to check what it takes to cash out those intangible assets ("cryptocurrencies").

The "cryptocurrency" markets are speculative, but the Chinese used Bitcoin to move cash out of the country, while it lasted (check recent nationwide ban).

If you decide to speculate with "cryptocurrencies" do not take advice from anyone here, this is a health forum, there's info online to get you started.

Right now, you have pastors and "cryptocurrency" advocates pulling desperate people in one direction or another in difficult times (sounds familiar? it is). Is about the money, your money.

Do yourself a favor and accept that speculation is what you want, because the risks are higher, otherwise those promises of reward wouldn't be that attractive.

Don't expect those offering you rewards to help you understand the risks. You only get one side of the story.
 
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For anyone still confused about the subject, this is NOT the best time to make money investing, look at the low interest rates (is that simple).

The rich are trying to preserve their fortunes from the increasing taxation and economic downturn, not risk them for higher returns.

Look at people like Bill Gates, selling his stock holdings before the Covid-19 lockdowns. Obviously, they knew what was coming, but the point is that he, and others, went to CASH before trying to crash the markets.

The rest (us) feel attracted to the easy promises of the "cryptocurrency" markets, where there's a chance to make money (reward) if you are also willing to lose money (risk ~ "the invisible enemy"), maybe all of it.

And don't forget to check what it takes to cash out those intangible assets ("cryptocurrencies").

The "cryptocurrency" markets are speculative, but the Chinese used Bitcoin to move cash out of the country, while it lasted (check recent nationwide ban).

If you decide to speculate with "cryptocurrencies" do not take advice from anyone here, this is a health forum, there's info online to get you started.

Right now, you have pastors and "cryptocurrency" advocates pulling desperate people in one direction or another in difficult times (sounds familiar? it is). Is about the money, your money.

Do yourself a favor and accept that speculation is what you want, because the risks are higher, otherwise those promises of reward wouldn't be that attractive.

Don't expect those offering you rewards to help you understand the risks. You only get one side of the story.
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Will ECASH Act be the Answer to Privacy and Virtual Currency?

The ECASH Act will distinguish itself from any CBDC firstly, because it would be issued by the Treasury instead of the Federal Reserve. Additionally, it would not be underpinned by blockchain or any other distributed ledger technologies. The proposed e-cash also separates itself from privately issued cryptoassets because it will be considered legal tender.
 

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