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In-reply-to > @observer Okay I will try my best, hope you will keep an open mind. Before we talk about bitcoin we need a reason. Because if everything is working then we don't need to change. Therefore I urge you to look at my first point if you haven't. And keys talk about that. I uploaded a chard from the FED. See post (#kiiv3bq)

@prologic Think of money as a battery where you save your energy. People work by providing either physical or mental energy. In return they get paid in money which is like a battery. As they need energy from someone else in form of service or product they pay out of their money battery.
This money battery is not supposed to leak your energy. If it leaks a little most people can live with that, like you. However when it leaks a lot like in Venezuela where they have what is called hyperinflation then your money is worth less by the time you take your paycheck to the bank.


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In-reply-to > @observer Okay I will try my best, hope you will keep an open mind. Before we talk about bitcoin we need a reason. Because if everything is working then we don't need to change. Therefore I urge you to look at my first point if you haven't. And keys talk about that. I uploaded a chard from the FED. See post (#kiiv3bq)

@observer Governments and their appointed leaders are supposed to do the right think but they also fail sometimes on purpose, sometimes by chance, and sometimes out of mis calculation. The Romans did, The German Weimar republic did, the Ottoman empire did, more recently Argentina and Venezuela, Libya and Lebanon did. Currently Russia and Turkey’s currencies are failing.
As long as we have to trust people to do the right thing this cycle will never end.


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In-reply-to > @observer Okay I will try my best, hope you will keep an open mind. Before we talk about bitcoin we need a reason. Because if everything is working then we don't need to change. Therefore I urge you to look at my first point if you haven't. And keys talk about that. I uploaded a chard from the FED. See post (#kiiv3bq)

@observer simple the FED is printing/creating digital money in masses. Until 2007 they created less then 1 trillion dollars since the FED was created, since then they have created an additional 19 trillion dollars. That is nearly 20 X. This will create inflation the dollars w have will be worth less and less. We are talking massive inflation.


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In-reply-to > @observer Okay I will try my best, hope you will keep an open mind. Before we talk about bitcoin we need a reason. Because if everything is working then we don't need to change. Therefore I urge you to look at my first point if you haven't. And keys talk about that. I uploaded a chard from the FED. See post (#kiiv3bq)

@observer@twtxt.net (#gl3wb3a) This website belongs to the Federal Reserve Bank of the USA.
It is where it publishes Federal Reserve Economic Data.
M1 is all money the U.S. has in circulation minus savings, such as retirement accounts.
M2 includes those savings accounts in case you like to see that as well.
Basically it shows you how much money the government prints.


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In-reply-to > In politics, whenever I hear the word “unity,” to paraphrase the famous words of a German politico of the 1930’s, “I reach for my revolver.” For almost always, “unity” is a scam, a call to abandon principle and follow the leader into some form of tyranny or sell- out. … genuine unity is only viable in a context of shared values and premises. Unity is only proper within a framework of Justice. Anything else is a hoax, a scam, and an implicit call for the betrayal of principle.

@observer@twtxt.net It is short like a tweet, as you like therefore every word has weight.
The emphasis here you are jumping over is “Shared values and premises” and “Framework of Justice”.


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In-reply-to > @observer Your words don't match with your attitude. We are not conversing, you are telling me to put complex ideas in to a tweet, or to shut up. You are saying you know me based on a couple of previous tweets, where others have accused me of being a Trumpster, but in reality I am not even a republican. In any case that should not even be a topic since the subject is Bitcoin and economy, not politics. We are far from the subject. So unless we are both willing to look at each other's arguments on the topic we are not learning from each other, we are stuck. Maybe next time you will be more genuine.

@observer Okay I will try my best, hope you will keep an open mind.
Before we talk about bitcoin we need a reason. Because if everything is working then we don’t need to change. Therefore I urge you to look at my first point if you haven’t. And keys talk about that. I uploaded a chard from the FED. See post (#kiiv3bq)


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In-reply-to > @observer Your words don't match with your attitude. We are not conversing, you are telling me to put complex ideas in to a tweet, or to shut up. You are saying you know me based on a couple of previous tweets, where others have accused me of being a Trumpster, but in reality I am not even a republican. In any case that should not even be a topic since the subject is Bitcoin and economy, not politics. We are far from the subject. So unless we are both willing to look at each other's arguments on the topic we are not learning from each other, we are stuck. Maybe next time you will be more genuine.

@observer@twtxt.net No I don’t agree that complex ideas can be put in to tweets. “Shut up” was an exaggeration to make this point.
We are at this point not talking to each other in any genuine way. You taking “Shut up” literally, and elaborating on that is prove to this point.
We are still way off from the subject at hand. If you want to go back to the thread and subject, I am fine having a genuine discussion about it. But this back and forth, is not productive, and nothing but a waste of time.


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In-reply-to > @observer I know following is a bit of work but I promise it's worth it.

@observer Your words don’t match with your attitude. We are not conversing, you are telling me to put complex ideas in to a tweet, or to shut up. You are saying you know me based on a couple of previous tweets, where others have accused me of being a Trumpster, but in reality I am not even a republican. In any case that should not even be a topic since the subject is Bitcoin and economy, not politics.
We are far from the subject. So unless we are both willing to look at each other’s arguments on the topic we are not learning from each other, we are stuck.
Maybe next time you will be more genuine.


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In-reply-to > @observer I know following is a bit of work but I promise it's worth it.

@observer I know you think you are being nice. But there is nothing more hurtful then being ignored. I am for education, education meaning reading all sides of an argument before judging. If we can’t converse we can’t learn from each other, which creates an ever widening divide leading to hate and ignorance.


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In-reply-to > $130 Billion Wiped Off Crypto Markets in 24 Hours The cryptocurrency market had around $130 billion wiped off its value over the last 24 hours as major digital coins continued their multi-day sell-off. From a report: Bitcoin was last down around 4% at $33,755.57, according to Coin Metrics, while Ether plunged 7% to $2,239.08. Earlier in the morning both fell to their lowest points since July and are each about 50% off their all-tim ... ⌘ Read more

@observer@twtxt.net I know following is a bit of work but I promise it’s worth it.

I have written a short but fun blog post about intrinsic value.
After that I would like to propose you read this post from just today by Activist Post


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In-reply-to > $130 Billion Wiped Off Crypto Markets in 24 Hours The cryptocurrency market had around $130 billion wiped off its value over the last 24 hours as major digital coins continued their multi-day sell-off. From a report: Bitcoin was last down around 4% at $33,755.57, according to Coin Metrics, while Ether plunged 7% to $2,239.08. Earlier in the morning both fell to their lowest points since July and are each about 50% off their all-tim ... ⌘ Read more

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In-reply-to > $130 Billion Wiped Off Crypto Markets in 24 Hours The cryptocurrency market had around $130 billion wiped off its value over the last 24 hours as major digital coins continued their multi-day sell-off. From a report: Bitcoin was last down around 4% at $33,755.57, according to Coin Metrics, while Ether plunged 7% to $2,239.08. Earlier in the morning both fell to their lowest points since July and are each about 50% off their all-tim ... ⌘ Read more

@observer
I don’t see a problem, maybe you can enlighten me.
However I see a problem with the Fiat dollar supply.
Here is the M1 money supply chart


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In-reply-to > $130 Billion Wiped Off Crypto Markets in 24 Hours The cryptocurrency market had around $130 billion wiped off its value over the last 24 hours as major digital coins continued their multi-day sell-off. From a report: Bitcoin was last down around 4% at $33,755.57, according to Coin Metrics, while Ether plunged 7% to $2,239.08. Earlier in the morning both fell to their lowest points since July and are each about 50% off their all-tim ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic
I agree only with one thing he says, and that is that he doesn’t understand the mechanics.
I am not a fan of tether, since it is provided by a company I don’t trust. But basically it is USD digitized/backed. People convert USD to tether to by Bitcoin. Inflation happens when you print money. Bitcoin has a cap of max 21 million coins. Fiat money has no cap.


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In politics, whenever I hear the word “unity,” to paraphrase the famous words of a German politico of the 1930’s, “I reach for my revolver.” For almost always, “unity” is a scam, a call to abandon principle and follow the leader into some form of tyranny or sell- out. … genuine unity is only viable in a context of shared values and premises. Unity is only proper within a framework of Justice. Anything else is a hoax, a scam, and an implicit call for the betrayal of principle.

__Murray N. Rothbard


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In-reply-to > Now that we can mention people by simply knowing their nick, and where they are, it is very simple to say: hi there, @eaplmx

@prologic
I think this should be called twtxt-url yarn is a great contribution, however standards should be twtxt based. Otherwise people will think you are trying to take over with yarn. Just my humble opinion.


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