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Saturday, December 14, 2013

An Unlikely Combination

It never occurred to me that my little provisional patent kit business would overlap my interest in currencies and the evil banksters who lust after control of all money.  Well, JP Morgan has provided the opportunity for that overlap. Have a look at this identical (nearly) from my provisional patent blog.
Here is a REALLY good reason to file for a provisional patent receipt. Bitcoin (arguably the most revolutionay currency improvement in a LONG, LONG time) is under attack as the biggest bankster organization in the US tries to patent the concept! Incredible! Yet here it is. Make no mistake about it...Bitcoin is under attack! The powers that be a frantically trying to either control it or destroy it. Check out this story:
JP Morgan to Patent Bitcoin-Like Virtual Cash [VIDEO] - International Business Times UK
http://news.google.com Wed, 11 Dec 2013 15:17:51 GMT
International Business Times UKJP Morgan to Patent Bitcoin-Like Virtual Cash [VIDEO]International Business Times UKUS banking major JP Morgan has filed to patent an online payment system that is similar to the emerging virtual currency, Bitcoin. JP M ...
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Just remember, some years ago the man who invented the laser (by writing about it in a graduate school paper) won the patent rights after years of litigation. He was paid multiple millions in back royalties. If he had filed for a provisional patent, it would have been a lot simpler for him because that's PROOF of when you had the idea.
If you get a kit, you can file multiple times without having to buy the kit again. Plus, with our kit, you get FREE(!) updates when the kit changes! For as long as we update the kit! Sucha' deal!
Meanwhile, you protect yourself from evil, wicked shysters who would steal your idea, like ole' JP is trying to steal the digital currency idea.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Cash crisis

Cash may become in short supply.  Things aren't going well for the global banking elite.  People are withdrawing from stock markets and hoarding cash.  This can have a deflationare effect on economies.  For reference read this CNBC report:

.Five years after crisis, families are hoarding cash - CNBC.com

http://news.google.com Sun, 06 Oct 2013 22:24:28 GMT

Five years after crisis, families are hoarding cashCNBC.comFive years after U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed, triggering a global financial crisis and shattering confidence worldwide, families in major countries around the world are sti ...

This could mean downward pressure on all prices as cash in circulation disappears...at least temporarily.  Central banks all seem to answer any crisis by creating more money, even if it becomes hyperinflationary.  The motto here is: Buy Gold first and then speculate as you want in other things like currency, stocks and bonds.  Face it, in these times those are all speculations. True investing is getting more and more difficult.  In case you don't know the difference:  Investing means you know the profit going into the deal, speculation means you buy hoping for growth which is little different from gambling where you hope in the throw of the dice or the turn of a card.

By the way, the term 'recession' was used because economists didn't want to upset people with the word 'depression', which evokes images of the 1930's.  Guess what, 'depression' was the term of choice because 'panic' was too profound anymore.  So, logically, a current 'recession' is the same economically as the 'panic' of the late 1800's and early 1900's.

Just thought you ought to know.