Paragon Skyrockets OVER 4,000%

For the Past Seven (7) Days Paragon has been on the Rise & Nobody Says a Word?

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Founder/CEO Jessica VerSteeg photo:ParagonCoin Logo

ParagonCoin, or just simply “Paragon”, was founded by beauty queen, former Miss Iowa 2014, Jessica VerSteeg. She was also a contestant on the television program “The Amazing Race”. She founded the company AuBox inspired by the death of her late ex-boyfriend, former NFL player for the New York Giants for the years of 2011-2012 as safety, Tyler Sash. It should also be known that the Stash family is totally against VerSteeg “tying his name to a marijuana venture”.

Tyler Sash passed away due to an accidental opioid overdose. Sash complained often of major headaches and pains to VerSteeg while they were dating and even suggested the use of marijuana instead of the prescribed medication. VerSteeg was against the idea. There’s a speculation that Sash and VerSteeg had a domestic dispute which VerSteeg ended up in the hospital. That’s when and where she decided to end the relationship.

It’s ironic, that not only did VerSteeg suggest to Tyler Sash not try marijuana to treat his pain, but at the time of Sash’s death VerSteeg was not only smoking marijuana… she was selling it.

Unbeknown to Sash, he was suffering from stage 2 chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). With his pain and suffering increasing, his opioid addiction continued.  His abuse eventually caught up to him. Tyler Sash passed away September 8, 2015 at the age of 27 in Oskaloosa, Iowa.

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A paragraph in an article published @MarijuanaDoctors.Com gave some hope to the illness stating:
Your ECS is the largest neurotransmitter system in your body. The active compounds THC and CBD in cannabis engage your ECS, giving them therapeutic effects. Although there’s limited research on the effects cannabinoids have on CTE, some research does demonstrate they could reduce the brain’s oxidative stress following a traumatic brain injury. They also work like a neuroprotectant, reducing neurological impairment and swelling, thereby reducing damage to the brain and facilitating recovery.

Many companies are studying the possible neuroprotective properties of cannabinoids. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Health filed Patent No. 6630507 asserting CBD is a neuroprotective antioxidant. This patent affirms cannabinoids can prevent brain trauma damage.

“Anyway, I’m just saying…”

Has anyone seen Jessica VerSteeg? Are there anybody interested in her whereabouts? That is, besides the investors. I mean, last we heard she fled the United States with her  husband, Egor Lavrov. Lavrov was a 16-year-old genius who grew up and became a multimillionaire due to his technological skills. It’s been reported that VerSteeg and Lavrov have gone “dark” deleting most of their social media accounts. Rumor has it that they’re kicking it around Egor’s old stomping grounds.

Let’s not forget that Paragon is by no means, unfamiliar with court proceedings. The most recent information on Paragon and a court proceeding was published in an article dated back 9/18/19 @TheBlockCrypto.Com where they stated that, “Since August 2017, the blockchain company, ‘ICOBox’, allegedly facilitated tokens sales for over 30 clients, raising more than $650 million, and earning significant fees as a part of that process. At least one of those sales, per the SEC, for Paragon Coin, Inc., was a securities offering under the Howey Test.” & “exposing thousands of investors to risky investments without providing the necessary information and protections required by the federal securities laws“.

Back on 9/4/18, according to @BizNow.Com, where they stated that “a class-action lawsuit was filed against VerSteeg and her husband, Egor Lavrov, claiming that Paragon violated the U.S. Securities Act as an unregistered security and that Paragon sold about $70M worth of ParagonCoin tokens“.

There’s a lawsuit that “claims ICOBox breached securities law when it raised $14.6 million in its own ICO in 2017 by failing to register the offering as a security as is required under the Securities Act of 1933. In a twist to previous SEC ICO lawsuits, ICOBox is also alleged to have breached securities law by acting as an unregistered broker for other digital asset offerings” according to @SiliconeAngel.Com

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Unfortunately, rapper The Game got involved with Jessica VerSteeg. It seems that his “status” as a celebrity was used to promote the Paragon project. So, on 8/11/17 when an article was published announcing that The Game was officially affiliated with Paragon, within a year The Game was being sued for being “named as a member of the advisory board of Paragon.”  As it’s published on @LiveBitCoinNews.Com 6/28/18 claiming “While it is true Paragon successfully raised money during an ICO, the money was spent in a very different manner. It appears real estate has been purchased with the money. As such, it would appear the creators of this project enriched themselves, first and foremost. Deceived investors are not too pleased with these developments and demand their money back, for obvious reasons.” The Game was facing charges ranging up to the MULTI-MILLIONS!

Meanwhile, Jessica VerSteeg & Egor Lavrov fled the United States:

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The month came and gone and not a word.

That made The Game a sitting target. He didn’t know what was going on. The Game was used as a “fall guy” while VerSteeg & Lavrov made their escape.

Or did they…?

Recently…well, actually this morning I realized that Paragon (PRG), sometimes refereed to as ParagonCoin, had increased in price by over 4,000% making it a 1,742.71% increase for the year. Strange thing is that some crypto exchanges aren’t claiming such an increase.  With everything that’s going on with Paragon don’t you find that quite odd? I suspect the price will drop immensely by evening… or has it already?
For example:

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So, like I asked before…. what’s going on with Paragon?

 

420 NEWS: CannabisCoin Goes Low(er)

CannabisCoin Strikes Back…?

More Like CannabisCoin Strikes Out!

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What the hell happened…? Seriously…what just happened with CannabisCoin? Not sure what happened (just yet). Maybe we won’t ever know what happened.
But for some, it may never be forgotten — good or bad times.

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It was a like a scene from Jaws.
I should have heard the theme in my subconscious background, but for some reason my common sense wasn’t tuning it in.

If you weren’t expecting it, it’d probably come as a major disappointment. But for some of us, we knew the party wouldn’t last. Unfortunately, the “party trashed the house” and now, some are with even less than before the price spike happened.

You can say it…go ahead.
“It’s Bullshit!”

However, that’s the way the cookie crumbles.

But really, how do feel about investing in a company whose founder/creator prefers to stay anonymous and  goes by a “code-name”? The founder/creator of CannabisCoin goes under three digital names:

  • DeltaNine
  • D9
  • Ty

How’s that for trustworthiness? Notability? Honor?
It could be the reason why we occasionally see price drops like this.
It could be. Anonymity doesn’t help when your goal is to have  legalized marijuana in the United States.
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CannabisCoin isn’t the only marijuana cryptocurrency whose founder/developer/creator lurks in the shadows. PotCoin, who comes out of Canada, is another. Although the PotCoin website states that Joel Yaffe is the founder, a prior Wikipedia page shows that there are three. They go by the nicknames:

  • Hasoshi
  • Mr. Jones
  • Smokemon 514
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Founders of CannabisCoin and PotCoin obviously feel more comfortable remaining anonymous.

What’s CannabisCoin all about?

  • CannabisCoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency which connects well-trusted, licensed and registered marijuana dispensaries and enables them to sell marijuana in states, counties, cities and towns where it is legal.
  • It was designed to resolve payment problems for the marijuana sellers. Since most financial institutions depend on the federal  government to stay in business they simply, absolutely will not do business with companies who deal with a federally illegal product such as marijuana.

    *IMPORTANT NOTE*
    Hemp is LEGAL in the United States since the 2018 Farm Bill signed by
    President Donald Trump. However, this hasn’t legalized marijuana.

  • The developers had first stated that 1 coin of the CannabisCoin cryptocurrency, called CANN, would be equivalent to 1 gram of cannabis. I don’t believe that’s still the case but it’s pretty gnarly none-the-less.
  • CannabisCoin developers started the very successful movement called “Yes We CANN”. It’s mostly about wherein medical marijuana dispensaries would be able to provide safe, affordable, good quality cannabis at the rate of 1 CANN per gram of cannabis. The marijuana that was sold during the movement was called CANNdy.
  • Unfortunately, CannabisCoin is a Proof-of-Work cryptocurrency, which means it’s slightly flawed. However, being that it’s based on the “BitCoin protocol”, CannabisCoin made a few tweaks of their own to help deal with future problems.
  • CannabisCoin was specifically made to target a group of people who consume marijuana for not only medicinal purposes but recreational enjoyment  as well.
  • CannabisCoin is easy to mine.
  • Cannabis strains grown specifically for CannabisCoin by growers or strains kept aside by growers and merchants for sale during the ” 1 CANN for 1 gram” special. I think another event may be in the future.

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The Legalization of Marijuana will eventually come. The United States is missing out on so much ca$h it’s almost ridiculous. The two countries that are above and below the United States (Canada & Mexico) have legalized marijuana (with exceptions, of course), but plans are being made in these two great countries that will soon make the US join the rest of the continent and it will become legalized and regulated much like alcohol is monitored today. The United States will jump on board…eventually.

And it will be glorious!

 

She Gone

Did Jessica VerSteeg and her husband, Egor Lavrov Flee the United States?

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Rapper “Game” was Thrown Under the Bus

CEO of Paragon, Jessica VerSteeg and rapper Game decided to partner up. A couple of years later, Game was regretting his decision. It seems Paragon landed itself in court a couple of times and although Paragon claims that everything was cleared-up, others would say something different… like the court transcripts.

VerSteeg was confident in interviews, on camera as well as on paper, saying everything that an investor wanted to hear. The “ear-candy” went well with the “eye-candy”, I mean, she was Miss Iowa 2014…right? Of course she’s beautiful. However, being beautiful doesn’t necessarily mean honest now, does it?

No it doesn’t.
It seems that up until August 27th, 2019, VerSteeg and Lavrov acted as though everything was going according to what was expected of them.

They even said the following:

Yeah, we’ll process refunds starting end of the month. Wait until then.

Well, guess what happened when the end of the month came…?
Yep. You guessed it.
ParagonCoin’s “Queen of Weed” Jessica Versteeg and her Russian genius of a husband Egor Lavrov have gone off the grid. That’s right, my friends.

Jessica VerSteeg & Egor Lavrov have gone dark.

If you’re still not catching on, let me help you.

Paragon is missing a lot of the investors money.
Speaking of missing, Jessica VerSteeg & Egor Lavrov have gone missing as well…with around $70M.
Game was left behind to face the complaints and ridicules.
Got it?

Rumor has it that VerSteeg and Lavrov have gone into hiding located somewhere in Russia. Game has since been cleared of any wrong doing.

CannabisCoin Strikes Back!

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In Past 24hrs CannabisCoin Soars past a 200% Increase

CannabisCoin, in short, has been nothing to write about. That is, until recently. CannabisCoin saw a 216% price increase within the past twenty-four hours. It’s not the highest priced marijuana cryptocurrency, in fact, it ranks third with only Paragon and PotCoin doing only slightly better.

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A new financial asset.

Digital assets is where the world is going. No matter who and what anybody tells you, cryptocurrency is here to stay. Central banks and other financial institutions may say something different, but it’s not always what people say that’s important — it’s watching what they do is key.

For Example:
JP Morgan/Chase Bank told its employees that if anyone was caught dealing in cryptocurrencies they would be immediately terminated.
That’s what they said.

However, what did JP Morgan/Chase Bank do?
They started dealing in cryptocurrencies. Not only dealing in cryptocurrencies but starting their own cryptocurrency as well.
Yeah, that happened.

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What does this mean for CannabisCoin holders? Well, it could mean two (2) things IMO.

  1. Cash out. If you made more than your initial investment, or
  2. Hold out. Yeah, the price might go back down (chances are good), but this little rise…and I do mean “little” compared to what’s to come, is just a sign of what CannabisCoin and other marijuana cryptocurrencies are capable of.

Let us not forget. CannabisCoin is still down over 75% for the year. CannabisCoin’s ATH was not that long ago when on December 31, 2017 it hit $0.604913 per token. With that being said, CannabisCoin is close to being 400% up for the month. If this pattern keeps up month to month (meaning, stays in the green) CannabisCoin will be a marijuana cryptocurrency to be reckon with. It could quite possibly beat its ATH record, but don’t hold your breath.

What to expect from CannabisCoin? Brace yourself for a nose-dive in price. This is usually what happens after prices skyrocket suddenly and apparently for NO EXPLANATION. So if you’re going to act…act now.

For me, now is not the time to purchase CannabisCoin if you’re already a BIG time holder. However, if taking risks is what you live for…

Personally, I’m going to wait. If CannabisCoin goes back down I may have to consider purchasing. However, if things stay the way they are, well, I’ll just have to say that “I missed the boat.”

Currently, I’m only invested in PotCoin, but I am in the market for some other marijuana cryptocurrencies as well.

 

 

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Did Your Favorite Marijuana Cryptocurrency Make the Cut?

In case you haven’t noticed, but CoinPaprika has cut their list of marijuana cryptocurrencies nearly in half.Screenshot_2019-09-26 coinpaprika-tittiecoin png (PNG Image, 540 × 360 pixels)

So, if you’re a fan or a holder of CannabisCoin (CANN) you’d find it saddening that CoinPaprika has started paying closer attention to CannabisCoin and others such as BlazerCoin and Bubo to name just a few.

Coins similar to BlazerCoin have a notice at the top of their CoinPaprika data sheet saying the following:

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Many other marijuana cryptocurrencies have a similar notice near the heading.

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Here’s what the list looks like today.

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Here’s what the list use to look like.

 

 

Is BlazerCoin (BLAZR) a Good Investment?

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So far, in the month of September, we see these unimpressive numbers from BlazerCoin (BLAZR). Photo taken from CoinPaprika.Com

I can’t help but think that BlazerCoin just may be a diamond in the rough. And when I say “rough”, I do mean… ROUGH! Any logical “average Joe” investor would take one look at BlazerCoin (BLAZR) and say that not only is it a risky investment but more than likely a terrible investment. However, with that being said, what’s this attraction I feel towards BlazerCoin?

BlazerCoin is a Cool Name

First of all, you have to admit, BlazerCoin is a pretty cool name. It’s crypto name can be found under the code “BLAZR“, which is also pretty cool…right? But you’d have to be an idiot to throw money into a cryptocurrency simply because of its name, especially a marijuana-based crypto.

However, many people have won a ton of money on a simple horse-race, simply based on fate. Many, first-time bettors will pick a horse because they liked the name, no matter what the odds have been stacked against the horse, and won. Not just win — they win BIG!

Now horse-racing and the crypto market are two totally different things. I understand. I’m just saying “the sun shines on…”
… well, you know how the saying goes.

How Cheap is BlazerCoin?

It’s pretty darn cheap, however trying to purchase some BlazerCoin that’s seems pretty tricky. And by “tricky” I don’t mean a little “scammish”, no, I mean as in “not so easy”.

BlazerCoin is listed on two exchanges with a total of eight active markets.

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As you can see in the photo above, BlazerCoin is at $0.00000039 (that’s freakin’ cheap). With $100 you can purchase 256,410,256.410256 BlazerCoins. If BlazerCoin would to ever hit $1 a token… well, you can do the math. Even if it hit 10 cents ( a measly dime) you’d still be sitting pretty.

The question is, “will BlazerCoin’s price rise when the legalization of marijuana in the United States is federalized?” When marijuana does become federally legal in the United States, whose to say that BlazerCoin will rise in price? Is there a chance that it would stay stagnant? It’s a risk not many are willing to take, would be my guess.

With that being said, I am a risk taker.
I tell myself, “Go For It!”

Why is BlazerCoin so Cheap?

My guess is because of its unpopularity. It’s not well known among those who are in to cryptocurrency on a regular, normal basis. Only those who most likely know the crypto market ‘backwards-and-forwards’. Marijuana based cryptocurrencies such as BlazerCoin, SativaCoin and even PotCoin, in most cases, are not only frowned upon but they are considered very HIGH RISK cryptocurrencies.

Another question that’s brought up concerning marijuana cryptos, is what are their “best-use-case“? What’s stopping a cryptocurrency carrier from purchasing at a cannabis dispensary using a more popular crypto such as XRP, Stellar or even BitCoin? Instead of using a marijuana based cryptocurrency, why not use a more commonly known and trusted cryptocurrency?

Although these are valid questions, I can’t fully support BlazerCoin (or any other marijuana based cryptocurrency, for that matter) until I receive information of what is the “best-use-case” when using a cryptocurrency that’s marijuana based. Until then, I approach with extreme caution.

BlazerCoin was created for the recreational use of marijuana for the cannabis industry and was launched in April of 2017 as a proof-of-work cryptocurrency. I am having a difficult time finding the founder(s) of BlazerCoin on my own just by using a search engine, so my research is about to go even deeper into BlazerCoin.

My Future with BlazerCoin

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According to the Beezlebub Favorite List, BlazerCoin comes in last. Hopefully that might change someday. photo taken from CoinPaprika.Com

I do hope sincerely that BlazerCoin will be able to be purchased through the online brokerage firm, eTrade one day… but I’m not going to hold my breath.

How to Purchase BlazerCoin

I’m not sure, but I’m thinking that I read somewhere that BlazerCoin gives you the option of downloading “their wallet” onto your computer and then you’ll be able to store your BlazerCoin there. I’m still looking into this.

Is the BlazerWallet supposedly similar to that of PotWallet.Com? I have a PotWallet account and I do store all my PotCoin there. I find it easy to understand and navigate throughout my PotWallet account.

As I have said, there’s some sort of an attraction that I have towards BlazerCoin and I’m getting “good vibes” from it when I’m researching it and I will continue to do so. I do find it troubling that I cannot find the founder/creator of BlazerCoin.

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photo taken from CoinPaprika.Com

*Note*

BlazerCoin has gone up in price while writing this blog. BlazerCoin is now at $0.000007553 and has also regained its #1 spot on the Beelzebub Favorite List.

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Tokes

A Good Bet on a “rather new”  Marijuana Cryptocurrency?

— Of all marijuana cryptocurrencies, Tokes is one of the few that’s doing rather well. Compared to the other cannabis related coins, Tokes is looking as though it ranks supreme. —

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Here are lists of the most common marijuana cryptocurrencies.

ATTN: Some may not currently be available on most digital asset exchanges.

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What’s Special with Tokes?

The head honchos over at Tokes are addressing a problem that has to do with banking. Most banks and credit unions will not take in US dollar currency because marijuana is illegal on a federal level. Banks will not take in funds that are associated with an illegal product. Make sense? That’s where Tokes wants to step in.

Wait a minute, these guys don’t want to stop there. They have other plans going on in their heads. Such as developing a Medical Marijuana Enterprise (MME) and rule over the medical marijuana market. I mean, might as well…right?

An interesting aspect that caught my attention is that Tokes wants to lobby politically on behalf of Tokes non-profit section of the business for the marijuana industry. They feel they can enhance the quality of products by becoming as transparent as possible. This includes working with communities to learn more about marijuana and make aware of how socially acceptable it has become.

Still Doing the Research

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I am not a financial advisor. This is not financial advice. This is for entertainment purposes only

I’m still doing my research on Tokes and the platform that they have running. Tokes is now worth $0.137914 at the time I’m writing this article. It’s worth way more than PotCoin, HempCoin, Paragon, DopeCoin, and Cannabis Coin added together.

I’ve been thinking.
Once again it has to do with the whole “best-use-case” scenario I’ve been bringing up in previous articles. Former President Bill Clinton is an XRP investor. He recognizes that XRP is the greatest digital asset ever created. That’s because XRP has a pretty good best-use-case and that, my friends, is speed. Bill Clinton knows where the money is at.

The time it takes BitCoin and most other cryptocurrencies to complete a transaction, which is usually between 30 minutes and three hours, takes Ripple/XRP just seconds.

If marijuana were to become legal and Former President Bill Clinton were to take up farming hemp, cannabis & marijuana. What’s stopping him from using XRP to handle his agriculture expenses and not investing in and using Tokes?
What’s the benefit in using Tokes for the hemp agriculture industry? Will the marijuana industry accept non cannabis related coins and tokens?

More on this.

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HempCoin [THC]

The Twenty Minute, Half-a-Cent

Price Spike

Did you miss that?

I’m guessing a lot of investors missed the fact that HempCoin [THC] more than doubled in price for about twenty minutes only to fall back to an even lower price before the price spike occurred. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I missed the price spike by about four hours but that’s okay I’m not currently an investor. I’m a BIG fan of HempCoin I just haven’t gotten around to it.

I am not a financial advisor.
This is not financial advice.
This is for entertainment purposes only.

It seems that HempCoin’s market cap got a sudden boost. Well, actually three to be exact. The third boost was soon after the price of HempCoin took a massive nose-dive falling just short of its original price of around $0.0041. For about twenty minutes HempCoin experienced a half-a-cent price spike causing it to more than double its value to around $0.0122.

This is fairly new news, it happened four hours before it got my attention.

I hope this isn’t anything like what Paragon Coin experienced when its sudden and short price spike occurred. Investors thought something wasn’t right and many complained. Paragon Coin is no stranger when it comes to court proceedings.

Many investors are true to HempCoin because they understand that they are committed to serving the needs to not only the Marijuana/Hemp Industry but the Agriculture/Farming Industry as well. HempCoin has been in business since 2014 and is built on the source of Bitcoin. HempCoin is designed to be used in licensed Marijuana dispensaries and the entire trade business when it comes to Agriculture/Farming.

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HempCoin was founded in 2014 along with 30 other cryptocurrencies.

Like most marijuana cryptocurrencies, HempCoin has had it share of “ups & downs” — literally.  HempCoin had its first outstanding rise in price on January 7, 2018 when it hit $0.6218 when just a year earlier on January 2, 2017 HempCoin was at $0.0004122. Sometimes, on occasion, marijuana cryptocurrencies experience a huge price spike but they quickly go just as fast as they come and if you’re not alert you could miss a huge payout. By December 1, 2018 HempCoin was just above one cent in price.

With that being said, some investors probably can’t help but think that something doesn’t seem right. When a price spike happens, similar to the one HempCoin just experienced, any curious and concerned investor would like to know what happened — that’s smart business. We’re not talking gossip around a kitchen table, this is money. Especially after what happened with Paragon Coin, which is headed by the former Miss Iowa Jessica Versteeg who then teamed up with infamous rapper The Game. Not that they are shady people at all, I just don’t want to happen to HempCoin to what happened with Paragon Coin.

HempCoin 20 Min Spike

Early Saturday morning the volume of HempCoin hit one million. Fifteen hours later it falls to 225,000…? What? Is that normal?
Unfortunately, yes. As shady as it may look, an investor (or investors) decide to sell a huge stake of HempCoin this may in fact affect not only the volume, but the market cap and its price of value as well.

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Why is PotCoin Going Down in Price?

We Were Warned

First, I’d like to congratulate those authors who printed their opinion warning us PotCoin investors that we were crazy to invest in such a scandalous cryptocurrency. addict-1055948_640Based on a product that is federally illegal, no matter how your state may have ruled on its possession of, buying and/or selling the product, you may still be federally arrested. In fact, federal law enforcement threatened to arrest and prosecute any law enforcement officer/sheriff/trooper/etc. not enforcing this federal law. No matter the circumstances.

So, what’s this have to do with PotCoin? Well, you have to look deeper into this. You have to think in the future. You have to take in everything you hear, no matter the source and think “How’s this going to affect me?”

Second, I am not a financial advisor this is for entertainment use only.

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If you have been paying attention to the cryptocurrency news, it’s been said, in short, that regulation is coming. Regulation is an ugly word in the crypto world. So, what’s this mean for PotCoin? It means the government may put the hammer down on PotCoin and other marijuana cryptocurrencies. Could it happen…? Probably not, but are you willing to risk losing all your digital assets?potcoin-purple_background-potcoin_l0g0

PotCoin was coasting around just barely above one cent per asset for awhile when all of sudden it looked as though it was in threat when PotCoin was going down in price — and fast. PotCoin dropped to exactly one cent  then eventually just below. It’s been riding there for several days now. At the time of this article PotCoin was at $0.009128. I’m thinking it’s going to get worse before it gets better.

However, rumors are going around claiming that marijuana is about to become federally legal. Yeah, I know… same ole’, same ole’. Honestly though, I wouldn’t be surprised if it did happen. This would most definitely make the price of PotCoin to spike… possibly moon.
More than half of Americans agree that it’s safer to consume than alcohol but should be enforced just the same. Many are on the fence. The rest probably haven’t a clue or are heavily invested in a company that sorely depends on it being illegal.

In short, PotCoin investors are suspicious. Mostly coming from the US, I assume. As they should be, including me. Not suspicious of PotCoin, of course. I mean that sincerely. PotCoin is a well-respected business entity within the boundries of Canada and throughout the world as well. This is not the reason at all that some investors may be taking their money out.
In case you didn’t know, PotCoin is a Canadian coin, so don’t think anyone is going to go and shut down PotCoin, well not from the United States. From the looks of things, not from the Canadian government either. Marijuana is legal in Canada… and as well in Mexico, for that matter. It’s only a matter of time for the United states to legalize it as well. And just for that reason, I’m holding  onto my PotCoin. I may just double my current load.

Many PotCoin investors are wondering why PotCoin is going down in price. Well. it’s the SEC and they’re now starting to crack down on cryptocurrencies. Popular digital assets like XRP, LiteCoin & BitCoin are more than likely going to “pass inspection”. I feel PotCoin will pass as well. However, what I am worried about is being that I am a United States citizen will I not be allowed to own PotCoin?
Why is the SEC cracking down NOW on cryptocurrencies? Well, it stems pretty much from them thinking at first that this whole “cryptocurrency thing” was never going to take off, so they never really paid any attention to it. They pretty much ignored it.
“Fell asleep at the wheel,” some might say.

All for the better.

geo-fence

A geo-fence is a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area. A geo-fence could be dynamically generated—as in a radius around a point location, or a geo-fence can be a predefined set of boundaries.

PotCoin is the real deal. Exchanges such as Bittrex & ChangeAngel have given massive support to PotCoin, Bittrex was there since the very beginning. Although PotCoin has dropped significantly in price and was caused by it being “geofenced“, deliberately in my opinion, I feel PotCoin being the first cannabis cryptocurrency of its kind, it’s going to be around for a long, long time.
I would also like to mention that the majority of trades are NOT from the United States, however, but if a significant number of traders from the United States are banned there’s no doubt PotCoin would feel it, but then it would also recover as always.
PotCoin isn’t going anywhere. Stand strong.

Exactly who is “geofencing” PotCoin? That I believe would no undoubtedly be coming from someone within/part of the US government in some way or fashion. I’m looking into this.
But honestly,  I’m not exactly sure.

Investors in PotCoin, understand… the Securities Exchange Commission is not thrilled at all when it comes to cryptocurrency. I wouldn’t doubt that they hate digital assets. As they should. When the Federal Reserve crumbles — and it will crumble… be prepared.

I believe this is a major reason among others, why PotCoin is going down in price.

Meanwhile, I’m taking advantage. I’m doubling my stash of PotCoin while I still can. But please, don’t take my advice. This is my opinion and mine alone. And of course, “Do your own research”.

Thanks.

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