Blog/Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency & Dancing with the Devil

COMMENT: Hi Martin, I really love your work. You are the only one financial guy I follow. Your power is obviously your prediction computer program Socrates which I [...]

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As long as Cryptocurrencies remain Assets – Then they will Survive a Monetary Crisis.

  QUESTION: You originally said back at the 2015 WEC the first window for the monetary crisis and the collapse of the Euro could arrive by 2018 and then the [...]

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Have Cryptocurrencies Become a Religion?

  QUESTION: I had a discussion with a former goldbug who is now a crypto-bug. He can’t see that governments will not stand idle waiting to be simply put [...]

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Can Cryptocurrencies Survive?

QUESTION: Do you think Bitcoin can survive? Or has it been a passing fad? MT ANSWER: Bitcoin rose because 70% of the miners were in China. It was NOT simply because [...]

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Can We Just Use Cryptocurrencies, stop Bank Lending & end Central Banks & Survive?

QUESTION: Socrates did an amazing job. It called the high in BitCoin right to the day. That makes me wonder. After thinking quietly about the claim that [...]

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The Lighter Side of Currencies

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Swedish Central Bank Voices Alarm

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Yesterday the Swedish Riksbank Chairman Stefan Ingves went on prime time TV expressing fear that public authorities are losing control over the [...]

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Cryptocurrency – Is There a Total Risk of Loss?

Source: Wikipedia QUESTION: Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum and a co-founder of Bitcoin Magazine, said on Twitter. “Reminder: cryptocurrencies [...]

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Fraudster Tries to Sell $20 trillion of Bitcoin

The Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif has come out and admitted that a “system error” allowed customers to “buy” trillions of bitcoin [...]

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Cryptocurrency Maybe Become a Tax Nightmare

Credit Karma is reporting that of the first 250,000 tax filings, less than 100 people reported owning any cryptocurrency. Credit Karma is reporting that only 0.04% [...]

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