Since it’s currently en vogue right now, I’d like to announce that I’m launching my own cryptocurrency next week.
Let’s call it “kingcoin.”
Nah, that’s too self-serving.
How about “muttcoin”? I’ve always had a soft spot for mixed breeds.
Yeah, that’s perfect – everybody loves dogs.
This is going to be the biggest thing since fidget spinners.
Congrats! Everyone reading this is going to receive one muttcoin when my new coin launches next week.
I’m going to evenly distribute 1 million muttcoins. Feel free to spend them wherever you like (or wherever anyone will accept them!).
What’s that? The cashier at Target said they wouldn’t accept our muttcoin? coinsloot
Tell those doubters that muttcoin has scarcity value – there will only ever be 1 million muttcoins in existence. On top of that, it’s backed by the full faith and credit of my desktop computer’s 8 GB of RAM.
Also, remind them that a decade ago, a bitcoin couldn’t even buy you a pack of chewing gum. Now one bitcoin can buy a lifetime supply.
And, like bitcoin, you can store muttcoin safely offline away from hackers and thieves.
It’s basically an exact replica of bitcoin’s properties. Muttcoin has a decentralized ledger with impossible-to-crack cryptography, and all transactions are immutable.
Still not convinced our muttcoins will be worth billions in the future?
Well, it’s understandable. The fact is, launching a new cryptocurrency is much harder than it appears, if not downright impossible.
That’s why I believe bitcoin has reached these heights against all odds. And because of its unique user network, it will continue to do so.
Sure, there have been setbacks. But each of these setbacks has eventually resulted in higher prices. The recent 60% plunge will be no different.
The Miracle of Bitcoin
Bitcoin’s success rests in its ability to create a global network of users who are either willing to transact with it now or store it for later. Future prices will be determined by the pace that the network grows.