Don’t fall for the hype — Why Bitcoin’s $10,000 Price Doesn’t Reflect Its True Value
Miguel Cuneta
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you should read the wall street journal, barrons and market watch articles about bitcoin and add your educated voice to the bitcoin illiterate readers comments. Majority of the audience are older conservative tulip lovers and there is literally a handful of us (including a few who have profited very well from BTC) trying to educate them. Still, they won’t touch it with a ten foot pole for it has tulip bubble written all over. They scream for bitcoin to be outlawed, they are demanding regulation, it does not meet currency criteria, and as an asset class it is lacking. Gambling is what we bitcoiners are doing plus we are creating the biggest ponzi scheme ever. Having knowledgeable bitcoiners join in discussions adds value to bitcoin in the long run. I will create a new comment in Barron’s and link your well written and I believe prescient view of the future for bitcoin. If you start to see a lot of “at least a tulip has a flower, bitcoin has nothing” comments in the coming days you can assume they came from this audience.

I love the log graph!

“Resist much, obey little
Once unquestioning obedience, once fully enslaved; 
Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city, of this earth,
ever afterward resumes its liberty.” — Walt Whitman

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