Andrew Hoffman – Bitcoin Blows Away the Competition

from Financial Survival Network

What’s Really Happening Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

  • Bitcoin price, nearly a new all-time high yesterday
  • Surging Bitcoin “dominance,” as altcoin market weakens
  • Upcoming B-Gold and SegWit 2X hard forks
  • More Trump Administration Failures, as Tax Reform joins Obamacare Repeal in the dustbin
  • Resilient gold price, amidst dollar and stock market pump, and historically weak U.S. Mint sales
  • Etc.

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10 comments to Andrew Hoffman – Bitcoin Blows Away the Competition

  • Andrew

    Boring! Bitcoin is a better store of value than gold now. Hahaha. Hilarious shit!

  • Jean Fossil

    Fuck you, Hoffman. You little weasel!

  • artemus

    OK, it’s one thing to criticize Hoffman’s analysis, or his recommendations, or even to substantively question his credibility using facts.

    But it’s quite another just to gratuitously insult him over and over and again.

    Don’t get me wrong. I think it’s perfectly legitimate to criticize Hoffman in some substantive manner, and there are certainly negative things that one could assert about Hoffman or his analysis.

    But “Fuck you you little weasel” doesn’t add anything to the discussion.

    I imagine I’m not the only one sick of seeing it every time Hoffman appears here. I think it’s time for the site administrator to start delete comments comprised of nothing but insults.

  • Andrew

    Bitcoin is an absolute speculation. It’s not an investment that provides a return, let alone a store value, which it is not. If you want to speculate in it, you’re more than likely going to lose money. It may have some sort of future as a money substitute but so long as global citizens believe in a nation state and support it through taxation, governments will do everything in their power to outlaw it, track it, and incarcerate anyone who transacts in it so long as they find it a threat to their excistance.

    Investing in precious metals, productive farm land, and fine art, as a store of value and quality businesses as a means of providing a future return is a much better alternative to a digitized speculation which may or may not have a bright future.

  • Nigel

    Kerry, why did you not point out the fact that a ‘Credit Card’ as defined by the name is a form of borrowing whereas Bitcoin is not. The reason people use ‘Credit Cards’ is they don’t have the cash up front, that’s why they have utility in the modern age whether for good or bad. I agree with Andrew above, Governments cannot operate if they cannot raise taxes and if bitcoin subverts that, bye bye bitoin

    • Bitcoin does NOT subvert taxation…. It’s FULLY traceable… If anything, it makes tax evasion IMPOSSIBLE, and is the best friend that big government ever had.

      Since when were libertarians demanding a fully traceable currency, where the government can see EVERY transaction in your entire life?

    • terriG

      where was…

      “More Trump Administration Failures, as Tax Reform joins Obamacare Repeal in the dustbin
      Resilient gold price, amidst dollar and stock market pump, and historically weak U.S. Mint sales Etc.”

      ????

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