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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday October 31st, 2019

I’m going to explain to you why I think bitcoin will be a part of the future but isn’t THE future. One. It fluctuates too much to be a good store of value. When I put money into a store of value I put it in there because it “Stores Value” when others things could dump. Until it stabilizes nobody is going to put their money into something that can easily take a 10% haircut over night for no reason. What about gold? Gold moves and can move pretty dramatically over the course of a year. Is that what bitcoin is looking to be. A good, more rare gold? How many of your friends own gold?

It’s heavily manipulated by the larger owners. So is the stock market but they are audited and use traceable trades. You usually don’t, but you could go to prison if you get caught in manipulation in the US stock market. Bitcoin is anonymous. Anonymous is privacy but also a great way to hid fraud. Mass acceptance will require transactions with responsibility behind it. The next generation is all about transparency. What do the under 25 use for storage and payments? Venmo. They even let all their transactions be posted publicly for the world to see. I think Venmo does or will provide more daily use than bitcoin.

Bitcoin is straight up gambling. Gambling based on the hope that there will be more people that want it than available coins. The love is based on hopes that the price skyrockets not that its better than what technology will eventually be able to do with cash. I have no doubts that my bank will soon be able to send money to another person in a matter of seconds with the blockchain. “It’s a tradable asset” There are plenty of assets that I can trade that fluctuate merely on want.

“I don’t want people to know what I’m doing” Not always, but it generally means you are doing someting you should’t be. I use it to gamble online. The sportsbook like its because nobody can prove what came in or out. Again, non transparency can not be built on.

After writing all this I admit I still own bitcoin. Two reasons. One, I don’t want to miss out if I’m wrong. I am more than willing to be wrong on something and I am all the time. I made some profits on Bitcoin a year or two ago and I took it out. I have put it back in and left it alone. Two, it gives me something to do each day. I need action. I like going to bitcoin price each morning and see how its doing. Watching its heroic moves. I, like so many others, love the rush of the crazy fluctuations. But its gambling for me and whether they admit it, for most others. I have no idea why its moving, I just try and catch it. That’s gambling at its finest. But changing the world? I don’t see it. I don’t buy the “from the people for the people” mantra. Just because its sovereign doesn’t mean the within aren’t completely controlled by few. Bitcoin price is controlled by few and will always because there are very few coins to be made to adjust the balance of power. Kudos to the Winkelvosses who understood this and took control. Everyone else is on the outside merely gets to feel empowered but has their value controlled by someone else, just like regular old fiat

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Domain of the Day: Don’t know the reserve but popular girl’s names are really hard to find

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Met reserve at only $50. That would be a great buy regardless of letters. Gets 416 monthly visits Closes today. Met reserve. Upgrade name for a few companies that share the name

Sedo Starts their auction today. Here are my favorites People are going to think Blood clot but at under $500 reserve you have a little money to brand it better A for association. One of my favorite endings for a I like this one for the same, exact, reasons I like O to be in the second to last spot to represent the word “of” although with the W in front it may represent “With Out” Las Vegas It’s got an partnership logo. I like it for the quality of the domain but curious about this partnership thing Uniregistry bidding on this one but its going to take a big bump in bids to hit reserve I remember when adding an o to the end of a noun was getting great prices about 5 years ago. I think we’re getting back to those price levels Internet coaches. Big trend as I said the other day. Met reserve Make everything look professional Last I checked there are a lot of runners in Las Vegas

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday October 31st, 2019”

  1. “The next generation is all about transparency. What do the under 25 use for storage and payments? Venmo. They even let all their transactions be posted publicly for the world to see. I think Venmo does or will provide more daily use than bitcoin.”

    Venmo is simply a payments platform/rail. The 8th largest economy in the world is reportedly very fond of using BTC for online transactions.

    Switzerland, Portugal, Bermuda, and a bunch of other countries are all very pro-crypto…so don’t discount crypto transactions this early. I’m a bigger believer in ETH, myself – but BTC (and ETH) are going to play a much larger role in commerce in the very near future than people can even imagine.

  2. I think Bitcoin will keep the advantage of the first one. It may not be used for day to day shopping, but I think its limited supply will keep it valuable. I don’t agree about the manipulation, as it is owned by a large number of people.

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