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I DON’T KNOW WHY, BUT I NEED A CRYPTOPUNK WIDGET.
I NEED IT B/C I AM ME AND I WANT IT.

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My life. What will I do? How will I survive? How can I be so aloof about my predicament? Yesterday, my therapist told me about the ‘cherished myth’ – the things we tell ourselves; the stories we create about ourselves. Have I built any sand-castles? I destroy all my artwork. Perhaps the two things are related.

I had a dream last night. The large window in the TV room where I could see wind and rain outside. I did notice in the distance, the road behind was bright and sunny. The racing horses carried a wagon. The wagon was followed by a single horse tied by the reins. This horse was in distress it seemed and eventually could not maintain the speed led by the fleet of horses ahead of the wagon. It fell to the ground and was being dragged along. What a horror to see this. I went to investigate and noticed a university in the vicinity. Two large identical dinosaur-like and turtle-like creatures passed me by. They might have been dangerous carnivores being domesticated or educated. Suddenly I was among a school of cute creatures, but I don’t remember much about this.

I continue to write poorly.

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I am a terrible writer. I can’t finish sentences. I don’t have good grammar. My thoughts are strange, not communicated well via the english language, or any other for that matter.

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Has anybody else noticed that tech stocks are soaring since the start of the pandemic back in Late February/March 2020? It’s not just tech, but whatever. I haven’t really read much in the mainstream media regarding this coincidence. It’s not really that unexpected given that the whole idea of virtual existence is perfectly suited for a situation like this. We already know how speculative the market is, but now a substantial reason for the hype. New companies like Zoom, Shopify, Zillow are booming since the pandemic began. Hell, even Bitcoin is surging. The pandemic has allowed investors to see the light in their hollow minds.

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Anything that can store value can also be used for transactions. Bitcoin fits this description, and like money, or any other value storing object, it’s mostly about the perception of value, but also how transaction-oriented the thing is…
They say bitcoin is backed by money, US dollars or whatever, but the truth is that bitcoin is backed by computers. Without computers there is no working bitcoin. Yes, bitcoin is decentralized, so if one or more nodes fail, the system is not fucked. However, it assumes all nodes are equal. Latency is minimal, non-existent.
Will the many cryptocurrencies co-exist like the many credit cards out there? It does seem that concurrency (haha) is not a problem. People will be forced to trust this type of currency at some point, the gradual shift, with bumpkin types the last to adhere, given elites and billionaires continue to invest, seeking more fortune.

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