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Oh, and I like your name.
"Charitable crypt that gives away supercars."
Uh-huh. Gives away a supercar to some insider, with the money suckers contributed buying in for charity tax-writeoffs? (Wait, is this coin a 501c3 org? I tend to doubt it.) This walks, talks, and struts like an obvious scam.
Don't pay for an emerging coin when there are dozens you can get for free that are just as, if not more likely to, "explode soon".
Some are wallets, some aren't. Some run on iOS, most don't. And there are always updates and new developments with each coin. (If you can run BlueStacks on a desktop machine, then you can run Android apps on it.)
I update the list several times a week.
"Actually no. Interest payments can't be paid by the fed brrrrrr machine. Those are paid by the short seller doing the borrowing."
--Quit bein' a fuckin' moron. They are Cabal. They break their own rules. The rules are for you to obey.
"You're desperately trying to out yourself...."
You're a gamma desperately trying to win an argument on the internet. Because you're a fuckin' moron.
"...paying billions in interest..."
And they have a printer that brrrr to infinity.
You're excitedly chattering about their belly-button lint, under the assumption that it's important to them because you heard about it in the financial press. --Who do you think "salts" the financial press with articles.
You people are herd animals with rings in your noses. If you come out of this in one piece, it'll be because QTrump & the patriots saved your ass by crushing the Cabal, not because you knew what you were doing.
"Both are counterfeiting."
No, they are not, because the fine-print of your agreement with your broker allows them to load out your account-held shares. I.e, you agreed to it in the contract. --It's probably your broker's fees are so cheap that you went with them, as opposed to someone else. Think I'm wrong? Go look for a broker that prevents the short-sale of any of their customer's shares. Good luck, and let me know what their fees are.
"Shorting = Counterfeiting
Naked-shorting is counterfeiting. Regular shorting is selling a borrowed good.
They know what they're doing: They've sold you bags of air for money, you're hodling the bags of air, and keep buying more, because you assume that they'll have to buy them back. Clearly you do not realize how this game of crookery works -- the whole point of being a crook who writes the rules is to NOT be subject to them yourself. (See also: Comex precious-metals.)
You're dutifully recording the process, and imagine that the people who have your money now are going to get hurt, rather than you, if the chicanery ever blows up in any manner not directly under their control, let alone instigated at a time of their choice. (Perhaps some corporate shell will be "hurt", but they will be long gone, leaving the carcass in the hands of suckers.)
Musk is a goofball actor who does whatever the earpiece man tells him to do.
Cabal brokerage A versus Cabal brokerage B.
Hello, stock-market gatekeepers.
A billion shares at today's close is about a quarter-trillion.
In Cabal terms, that's chicken-feed. (If they could even feel a tickle that small, they'd just brrrr it away. Or they'd sell a hedge's assets to a new hedge, then let the old hedge go insolvent when its liabilities were due. Of course they'd fill their press with stories about how some suits got hurt in order to make the little guy feel good about himself.)
Of course they don't. They reflect the price "painted" by HFT-algo wash-trading, or, the way it's been done since the mid-80s.
Everything in the stock-market is fake. When you hodl something in it, you are pure-gambling on the direction of fake, and rationalizing your gamble as if anything other than HFT-algo wash-trading set the price.
Do you know what it costs apes to hodl? Zero.
Hedge Funds: 0
How rich are they? How rich are you?
...you don't even know what game they're playing. (Hint: the entire stock-market is a distraction, a Cabal money-laundering operation. And you think you can hurt those with the brrr printer. Look: they don't get hurt -- and they're especially not hurt when they're masquerading that some minor appendage is being hurt in order to sell you a case of the warm fuzzier so you feel smug and superior even though you have every last dime tied up in speculation on exchanges run by corporations that they control.)
It's pre-painnet. Go to the list link in the OP, get the app, and read its whitepaper (or ask in the Telegram channel) for more.
I don't do anything that's grind-bullshit. (I think the shortest-interval things on my list are Remint's free coin, and Alpha's loot-box. But they're also both daily-clickers, with the other features merely additions...even if they make more than the main click.)
The only "grind" exception at present are the unlimited free ads for coins in FireFly, which is a temp thing.
"I'm not selling."
Every shorter loves hearing that sweet music.
--It's all about the algo wash-trading painting the tape. "Supply and demand" is your-grandpa's-day propaganda.
The ENTIRE stock-market is Cabal property.
If a squeeze does not resolve immediately, then it's not a squeeze, and you're being taken for a ride.
No major Cabal players are still anywhere near this stuff.
If you climb a volcano, don't expect your feet to stay dry.
That makes no sense: If a broker wants to close you out of a short position, they'll yoink/cover you out -- because they can do that.
All US brokerages are suckers on a Cabal tentacle, and you are their little bitch. From time to time, you will be reminded of this.
All the dollars are being stolen at maximum velocity. Why, it's almost as if Cabal had lost control of the brrrr printer, and needed some other way to get them.
What does it mean? (No, seriously.)
There's only two dozen on my list. I am interested mainly in pre-mainnet coins and coin-like things.
(I'm thinking about ditching the PHT games since it's an established coin.)
Wait until he sees the others.
You'll get it back, after whatever process they're doing this week is finished. (I had over 70 that are now in limbo.)
In any event, we paid nothing for them.