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New Designs

14 Aug

…for shirts and aprons and shower curtains and skirts and coffee mugs and so much more.

Hot Blooded, YOLO Cats, Stack Sats, 2020 Fest
Twenty-Twenty Festival, MYLF, Fuck Brunch, YOLO Cats

I hope that everyone that reads this post decides to buy some bitcoin ($100 gets you $110 if you’re a first-time buyer using this link) and then, later – AFTER they’ve possibly more than doubled their money – they remember this suggestion* and return the favor by buying some of my silly designs. Let me help you to help yourself so that you can then help me. Pay it forward.

*this is merely a suggestion, definitely not investment advice. Never invest more than you can stand to lose completely. If you’re curious to learn more about bitcoin, just ask anyone you know that has ever mentioned bitcoin. If you don’t have one of these people in your life, reach out to me and I’ll point you in the right direction.

Stack Sats

29 May

The satoshi is currently the smallest unit of the bitcoin currency:
one hundred millionth of a single bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC)

Trust Me, I am not Satoshi Nakamoto

20 May

I know what you’re thinking:

I just started writing on this blog again the very same day that someone (probably not Satoshi Nakamoto) moved 50 bitcoin (roughly $477,000)

While I haven’t been active in quite some time, it was 2014 when I last posted here, not 2009.

Yes, I did have a roommate that was mining bitcoin around the time that this blog was active, but – when I looked for bitcoin information online – everything I heard about bitcoin was bad: “It’s a scam,” “It’s a Ponzi scheme,” “It’s not based on anything.” Well, I foolishly believed the stuff I read on the internet and I didn’t get any bitcoin at the time.

Flash forward to 2020 and I’ve currently read all these books:

cryptocurrency books

…and I wish I had even one single bitcoin. Unfortunately, I don’t. Although – if I had invested a single dollar every time I talked to someone about bitcoin over the past few years – I might. If you’re curious: yes, I would recommend all of those books.

Anyways… just for fun, I’d like to share my very first explorations into the world of cryptocurrencies. This is a graphic of the first several investments that I made – way back in December 2017:

The first little bump is about $100 total, and then the next bump is around $200. What isn’t super clear about this graphic is that the really big tick up is right when all the cryptocurrency markets were at their peak – so I’m currently still negative from that particular investment.