Mainstream Media Drives Wedge Between Bitcoin and Gold

Because Bitcoin and the underlying blockchain technology cuts out the financial middlemen — and thus, the global banking hegemony — it’s no wonder the mainstream media has gone on the offensive. The criticisms were not at all difficult to anticipate. What was a question mark was whether or not the mainstream would risk looking like…

Yellen is Dancing With Bears in the Woods of Monetary Policy

Last week’s FOMC meeting is likely to be the lipstick on a pig moment. The TaperCaper will continue to its bitter conclusion unless some financial miracle occurs over the next few months, which is highly unlikely. Regarding the stock market, it could do a “Rocket Man” and soar due to hyperinflation at some point, but…

The Future Is Bright For Bitcoin – The Crypto Lark Interview

The Crypto Lark is our informative guest today, sharing insights on not just Bitcoin but the Altcoins and Initial Coin Offerings (ICO).
We also touch on Ripple and the Banks scrambling to keep up and also mention the long term possibilities of Crypto..

How The Dow Jones Will Trade on “Bitcoin Time”

The mainstream media has had no shortage of criticism for Bitcoin and the blockchain markets. Accusations that the cryptocurrencies have entered into an unsustainable bubble are a dime a dozen, with new iterations merely being reshaped arguments. In a nutshell, the market valuation of Bitcoin no longer aligns with any reasonable method of price discovery.…

To the Moon!

You’ve Never Seen Anything Like This… Dear Reader, Unless you’re one of the lucky few to buy an Internet stock in the 1980s, you’ve never had an opportunity like this. When we began covering Bitcoin at $13 in 2012, I wanted to find a publicly-traded vehicle to make it easy for our members to have…

Gold, Silver, and Precious Metals Complex Claims Critical Victory

Without any exaggeration, gold and silver bullion have been one of the most frustrating investment experiences over the past ten years. Battling through multiple financial crises and turbulent events, the precious metals complex generally earned its reputation as a safe-haven asset. But since the peak-price collapse in 2011 — and definitely after the 2013 Boston…