If you’re just getting started with crypto, this list is for you. Behold the top 50 crypto terms you should know! 51% attack A 51% attack represents the situation where more than half of the computing power within a given blockchain of one person or one concentrated group. This ensures that this group gains full… Read More »
It’s March 2021 and I have taken the red pill and become a bitcoin proponent. This will be the year that institutional investors finally wake up. Here is the App to get your $25 bonus: https://web.newton.co/r/10UO4R It’s still very early days. This should not be construed as financial advice – for entertainment purposes only!
Year Price at the Start of Year Price at the end of Year Growth in % 2010 $0.0015 $0.31 20566% 2011 $0.31 $6.18 1893.5% 2012 $6.18 $13.44 117.5% 2013 $13.44 $751 5487.8% 2015 $285 $435.7 52.8% 2016 $435.7 $952.5 118.5% 2017 $952.5 $2586 171.57% Bitcoin is considered by many as the most revolutionary breakthrough of… Read More »
Well, I finally caved in a bought my first crypto-currency. Here is my confirmation from Newton of my $100 purchase of Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the first successful internet money based on peer-to-peer technology; whereby no central bank or authority is involved in the transaction and production of the Bitcoin currency. It was created by an… Read More »
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The events of Friday not only speed the eventual collapse of the Bullion Bank Paper Derivative Pricing Scheme, they also highlight the fraud of this current system and shine light upon the utter desperation of these Banks to maintain it. We’ve written about this countless times over the past six years. Here are just two… Read More »
Written by Peter Diekmeyer (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL) Gold’s biggest enemy is a brilliant Nobel Prize winning economist, university professor and columnist for the New York Times. Sadly, he is also a con man. Last week Paul Krugman wrote a column for the New York Times in which he called Republican Paul Ryan, a “con man.”… Read More »
DB’s Jim Reid lays out the "endgame" scenario, one which this website first said is inevitable back in 2009. With Citi and Macquarie already on board, expect what was once merely the figment of a "deranged tinfoil conspiracy-theory blog’s" imagination, to become global monetary policy. And yes, the real endgame is the one we have… Read More »