Message from Iodine in Turtle Hermit School #finance

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2019-01-11 09:54:42 UTC  

lol jk

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2019-01-12 20:46:42 UTC  

Although China is secretive about it's true gold purchases, it is significant that China is publicly buying gold again. Also, Russia sold a ton of US bonds and bought Chinese yuan

2019-01-12 20:55:41 UTC  

__***Stickied Message:***__

2019-01-18 01:54:16 UTC  

,gold ,silver

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2019-01-25 21:17:41 UTC

2019-02-11 02:39:57 UTC  

Platinum is skewed however

2019-02-19 18:06:20 UTC  


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2019-02-19 18:08:13 UTC  

@Iodine bot is down for the week. Sorry

2019-02-19 18:08:29 UTC  


2019-02-19 18:09:12 UTC  

bot needs more gold before it can dish any out

2019-02-19 22:56:13 UTC  

i see movement

2019-02-19 22:58:30 UTC  

the shiney looks like it kept bouncing off the ceiling

2019-03-25 20:44:06 UTC  

Thought i would put this here for ya'lls enjoyment

2019-03-25 20:47:29 UTC  

THE ultimate redpill discussion - although you must sign in ....I think this is were Q/Trump are headed

2019-04-25 08:09:04 UTC  

most of these idiots in crypto have no clue how currency works regardless of if it's either hard currency(silver or gold backed) or fiat, or crypto
when the concepts of supply vs demand are applied to understanding 'money' ...

2019-04-25 08:11:45 UTC  

transactional value(the number of those that deal in it vs the number of those that support the currency) is the only true value of a currency

2019-04-25 08:12:51 UTC  

hence supply/demand rules apply ...the more the currency is used, the higher the value of it

2019-04-25 08:14:25 UTC  

bitcoin grown and drops was an example to that...when it first came out, it was like .08 cents a coin, dropped to .02 cents a coin with no takers for the currency ....then it slowly grew after somebody spent money on it ...and slowly passed the concept of crypto around so more ppl got interested in it

2019-04-25 08:15:04 UTC  

as demand for the currency platform increased plus actual end retailers started to support it

2019-04-25 08:15:11 UTC  

the value increased

2019-04-25 08:16:00 UTC  

any increase or drop in transactional value...effects the currency's overall value or exchange rate

2019-04-25 08:17:27 UTC  

btw, those crypto 'miners' ....they weren't actually mining coins ...they were transaction processors ...u got 'paid' in crypto for how much help u provided to the transaction network

2019-04-25 08:19:20 UTC  

those miners used math co-processors ....some buffer ram and usb port speeds between 'miners' ...any decent cpu can create the coins, but those 'miners' are good for transaction processing

2019-04-25 08:19:54 UTC  

they're also a back door into the transaction networks do u think some transaction hubs got hacked...

2019-04-25 08:20:29 UTC  

and large stockpiles of ppl's crypto got stolen

2019-05-16 21:32:30 UTC  

WTF ? , over