[ExI] [mta] Re: "Crypto Coin Law" vs "Law of the Crypto Coin"?
eugen at leitl.org
Fri Aug 9 09:59:35 UTC 2013
Brent, if you stopped spamming the list with canonizer
Every Single Time then you'd actually had people read
Let got of that thing. It will never go anywhere.
On Thu, Aug 08, 2013 at 09:10:25PM -0600, Brent Allsop wrote:
> Hi James,
> That's now 3 people! ;) And like I said, there are way more people
> than that that I have talked to that agree, and have contributed to
> the content of the camp, indirectly, and so on. I've also been
> looking for anyone in any significantly different camps, but so far
> haven't found anyone.
> Also, free market valuation are clearly a very hurdling sheepish,
> not intelligently behaved bunch. Else why would there be so many
> spikes, crashes, and so on. While Canonizer.com is an attempt to
> survey the real experts that know, rigorously measure this, and
> amplify the intelligence of the entire hurdling market.
> On 8/8/2013 4:00 PM, James Carroll wrote:
> >Financial markets already price in their predictions about future
> >rises in value. And they have a sample size slightly larger than
> >Brent's 2 people over on Canonizer.... If he really wants to
> >survey the beliefs of the masses, the financial market is already
> >doing just that.
> >On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 3:46 PM, Gordon <gts_2000 at yahoo.com
> ><mailto:gts_2000 at yahoo.com>> wrote:
> > Brent Allsop <brent.allsop at canonizer.com
> > <mailto:brent.allsop at canonizer.com>> wrote:
> > >> "Many things could disrupt that trend."
> > > I don't by this at all.Nothing could disrupt it....
> > Wow. You should start a camp on your canonizer site for Religious
> > Believers in Bitcoin. :)
> > Most people have enough sense to understand it is still highly
> > speculative. If your level of certainty was common, bitcoin would
> > already be trading at $100,000 or more.
> > >>"If you look at the sales of hula hoops in the 60s"
> > >I can't believe you think Bitcoins is anything close to Hula Hoops.
> > Bitcoin could turn out to be a passing fad. At this early stage,
> > we simply don't know for sure. I agree that its outlook is
> > positive, and I have a sizable chunk of my own money invested in
> > it, but I'm not so naive as to believe it is a sure thing. There
> > no sure things in the financial markets, Brent. Take it from me. I
> > was in the business for many years. People paid for my advice.
> > It's free to you.
> > Gordon
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