Yes, it bit my ass.
For less that this my responses have been taken down.
Too much PC, don’t you think?
Penicillin and the pill have had more impact than 99% of these technological innovations
I’m still not going to invest in pharma!
Are there still around any dummy investing in Bitcoin?
Raise your hands baby!
good idea. pharma investing is really hit or miss.
We apparently couldnt function without blockchain before.
This is the first legitimate use of blockchain I ever seen:
I meant to write this yesterday but ran out of battery:
“Yiannas said blockchain was able to cut the time it took to track produce to two seconds from six days.”
I dont know what database they were using before (even msaccess is faster than this despite not being a proper database) to give them 6 day turnaround.
I have a prospective tenant who said his job is trading cryptocurrencies…I think I will ask for a years rent in cash in advance…
take 10% of it in rentberry
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On December 5, 2017, the company launched its first ICO through which the company plans to raise $30 million. As of today, the company operates in more than 5,000 cities in the U.S. and plans to expand to Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the U.K. In 2017, it processed more than 250,000 properties through the platform.
only at 23M cap, and 9c it’s cheap
But I think it could be flatlining at $6k. So that would be the entry point if it can hold.
I am not a chartist. But even I can see it’s making lower and lower lows and highs. It’s a sinking ship.
lower highs but no lower lows, look like support until it breaks.
Buy buy buy.
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