Bitcoin Moves into “Pump and Dump” Phase

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(Natural News) After yesterday’s massive Bitcoin correction, which saw the crypto currency plunge nearly $500 — over 10% — in a matter of hours, the Bitcoin propagandists took to their microphones to denounce anyone who rationally warns people about the volatility risk and increasingly “Ponzi” structure of Bitcoin. What do all the people still pumping Bitcoin have in common? They all own lots of Bitcoin, and they need more suckers to join the scheme so they can unload their Bitcoin onto them at higher and higher valuations.
Bitcoin, in essence, has now become a “pump and dump” scheme. Amazingly, these are the very same people who say the stock market is going to crash because P/E ratios are out of whack and stock valuations are based on high expectations rather than earnings fundamentals. Yet Bitcoin pays no dividends at all and doesn’t have a P/E ratio since it’s not the stock of a company that produces anything that’s real. When corporate stocks skyrocket in value over time, it’s usually because those corporations experience increasing profits and pay out increasing dividends to shareholders. Yet Bitcoin has no “profits” other than speculative profits. It doesn’t produce anything other than more Bitcoins.
It pays no dividends, and it isn’t even an entity that owns any real assets such as factories, land or raw materials. Bitcoin isn’t even an entity. It’s more like a mathematical hologram. In fact, Bitcoin isn’t subject to SEC regulations like regular stocks are, which is why Bitcoin is rife with “insider trading” and unscrupulous future valuations claims that would get people arrested if this took place in publicly-traded corporations. It’s sad. We are watching Bitcoin devolve into a giant CON, and it’s the self-serving Bitcoin owners who are screaming the loudest for everyone to keep buying in. This is exactly the kind of thing that’s going to end up getting Bitcoin criminalized and banned by the governments of the world after tens of millions of people experience catastrophic losses.
Bitcoin is a truly amazing innovation that has now been taken over by irrationality and hucksterism
I’ve always been pro-Bitcoin in terms of the concept, the decentralization, the portability and the innovation, but now it’s easy to see that the very people pumping up Bitcoin are the ones who will destroy its credibility. Why? Because now millions of average people are buying in, totally clueless to what Bitcoin really is. When the great Bitcoin crash arrives — and it will — the losses among everyday people will be truly epic, and the dishonest mainstream media will follow it up with stories about how “Bitcoin ruined the lives” of grandmothers and retirees.
The headlines are totally predictable: “Bitcoin wipeout proves:
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11 thoughts on “Bitcoin Moves into “Pump and Dump” Phase

  1. ‘Bitcon’ is like anything else – like the famous Tulip Mania of the 1600’s; Perceived value. Once people come to their senses, and all the lucky, early-on investors have made their killing, the mania passes

    • All monies are perceived, fiat debt notes backed by nothing other than worthless promises. They all eventually implode.

  2. nice hit piece.
    It’s up over 109% from last year even with its recent and healthy 50% retracement. ITS an alternative to cash and is still in it’s infancy while growing.
    the writer is a disgruntled fiat debt advocate.

  3. I too like the idea of any currency system which operates outside the Federal Reserve System as a good thing. But any crypto-currency which relies on the US military-owned Internet for any part of its functionality is ultimately at the mercy of that same power. Any prudent safeguard of wealth should include a healthy portion of “real stuff” that one holds locally– food,medical supplies,real estate, etc.

  4. Bitcoin is nothing but a high tech version of the South Seas Bubble Monetary Scam. “Mining” coins by burning electricity in a computer. LOL. Still Jim Turk thinks it could go a lot higher before it CRASHES to nothingness.

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