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Institutional aspirations in Cryptocurrency Trading Practices: Deflation is the Token Deed of the Times.

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  I’m not particularly well and astute about economics, so I won’t try to preface my trading style anecdote, to follow, with a lot of explanations and premise, of a textbook nature.  It’s just that somebody had told me that my trading style is deflationary, on Coinbase. For me, the platform is all-too-familiarly, the basis of that I woo myself, in a wither-where wonderland of supposing I could make money out of playing with stuff on there, like I’m good at it, or something. Little by little, my funds start to dwindle, and I haven’t cleaned my room, like, ever - for how long I’ve lived here: over a year and some months. I’ve got this slight home museum exhibition aspiration that I’m shooting for, though, as some of you may know of me, from my other blog, in regards to the pigeon-feeding thing that I do several times a week, out and around town.  In any case, when somebody says something intelligent, of that it’s “out of my league” of colloquial familiarity and well-understood nomenclatu

Subtexts, Semantic Web, Disregard, and Conflicts of Interest in Cryptocurrency Investments.

 It’s mid-April, 2021, and Coinbase’s public debut on the stock market was a widely-touted news topic, in the weeks and days leading up to the popular cryptocurrency trading and investment web | app being offered itself as a trading commodity, as that it is the first Wall Street stock offering in the cryptocurrency industry category.  What became of it, upon initial trading days having transpired, at this point, is a somewhat nominal concept. What sort of real intrinsic significance, or difference, for that matter, could really be expected, somewhat , of the notion that investing in the platform and company, itself, is a somewhat more moderate and conservative notion from what sorts of excitement the cryptocurrency commodities themselves , had been playing out, for traders and investors who had been using Coinbase and Coinbase Pro, the companion app, where several dozen, or so, cryptocurrency products had been trading and swinging up and down, back and forth, with great volatility and