Monthly Archives: December 2013

Into the Next Network

I know enough about computer programming and how to modify executable files to be dangerous, and this became evident in my second most recent alt coin acquisition. I was given a recommendation to hold some Nextcoin (NXT) by someone I … Continue reading

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Now I can pay the rent

A fellow Bitcoin Forum member first alerted me to the ASIC MINER stock six or seven months ago, fairly early on in my Bitcoin journey. Then when I started earning Devcoins from writing for the Devtome I traded them in … Continue reading

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CoinBase trouble, Devcoin price slump, and voluntary compliance

Earlier today I logged on to my fiat bank account and made a rather unpleasant discovery. To add to my list of CoinBase troubles I found an unauthorized debit from my bank account as if I’d purchased Bitcoin, and it … Continue reading

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Closing the Bitcoin fiat loop

I recently read an article which claimed that in the next six months Wall Street is going to be pouring millions, even billions of dollars into Bitcoin. I’m skeptical about the magnitude of the claim. However I found the explanation … Continue reading

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To write or manage investments?

I have learned a lot about the business of managing wealth in the past few months. I’m not drowning in riches by any means but my little crypto hobby suddenly became a viable occupation thanks to the past month’s incredible … Continue reading

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The Next big thing

The cryptoworld often seems little more than a collective anticipation for the winner right around the corner that will make overnight millionaires out of those fortunate enough to have invested heavily right before its discovery. Ever since the successful run … Continue reading

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Rebuilding

I’ve mentioned before that I was one of many unfortunate people who lost money in CoinLenders because of the Inputs hack. There was even a point where the value of what I lost amounted to more than $4000 on paper. … Continue reading

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It might be working

Something rather unusual is going on in Cryptoland, at least for me. My usual experience is that there is an inverse relationship between the value of Bitcoins and alt coins. So when Bitcoin is moving up, people who hold alt … Continue reading

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