This Will Soon Be The Dominant E-Commerce Cryptocurrency: “The World Is Going To Move Way Too Fast To Wait For Bitcoin”

by | Mar 4, 2018 | Headline News | 38 comments

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    Advances in blockchain technologies and peer-to-peer cryptocurrencies are sweeping the world and will soon become embedded in just about every aspect of our lives. In recent years all the talk has been about Bitcoin, probably the one cryptocurrency that just about everyone connected to the global internet is aware of. But there are other powerful technologies waiting in the wings and they stand to transform everything from banking and payment systems to supply management and privacy.

    According to Crypto Coin Growth in a recent interview with Future Money Trends, there will be one standout currency that will soon see explosive growth which could be on par with the massive price increases we recently saw in Bitcoin and Ethereum.

    A bitcoin is one of those matriarch things that came in… but Bitcoin will be shelved as just a unit of measurement.

    That’s the way it’s going to end up being… in terms of commerce Litecoin will pretty much be the dominant factor.

    It’s fast, it’s already on the Lightning network, it’s already being utilized in countries right now to where you can go and buy a Subway sandwich with Litecoin.

    The problem with Bitcoin is the fees are way to high and it’s way too slow and cumbersome… which is fine… everything serves its purpose… they know the problem is there and they’re trying to resolve it… but eventually the crypto space and the world is going to move way too fast for them to wait… and the next thing in line will be Litecoin.

    Watch the full interview:

    (Watch at Youtube)

    While some have called Bitcoin and blockchain in general a bubble of epic proportions, comparisons have also been made to the advent of the internet. Many didn’t understand how this budding technology of the 1990’s would change our lives, nor did they care much about how it worked. But slowly it gained mass adoption.

    The same will be true for blockchain:

    We’re probably back in 1991 or 1994 where some people have heard about it but most people who know about this space are either developers or people who have sought to stay out of the Matrix… Most of the populous are very much complacent…

    If you go mention this to most people, maybe they’ve heard of Bitcoin but not in the best light… But if you mentioned anything like either Ripple or Stellar or DeCred most people are like “what?”

    We’re in the shadows when it comes to that kind of stuff… Give the rest of the world in about two years and everyone’s going to go “wow, this new thing.”

    Though as of yet unknown to most people, cryptocurrencies are becoming so popular as a medium of exchange that more and more merchants are beginning to accept them as forms of payment for physical merchandise online. And investor interest around the world continues to build. One can even purchase some of the more popular digital currencies in a Crypto IRA for long-term retirement growth.

    And if the growth and technological advancement we’ve seen over the last three decades on the internet is any guide as to what we might expect over the next five, ten or twenty years, digital assets and currencies with real world use cases and utility could be as big as some of the largest web-centered companies in the world today.


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      1. Cryptocurrencies will “become embedded in just about every aspect of our lives” so as to cause the maximum damage when they collapse.

        • Transactions will soon take the form of trading 62gr green tips at 3200 fps the way morals are decaying in government and society in this country.

          • The beast system being built before our eyes.

            • With pathetic resistance…

          • Actually… 3,110 ft-s 1,328 ft⋅lbf

            Better off with a… 147 gr .308 @ 2,733 ft/s 2,437 ft⋅lbf

            Just sayin…

          • You can never have too many NATO SS-109 M-855 5.56 Green Tips. Did you know this Factoid? The Green Tip Loophole for Armor Piercing.

            While having a Steel Penetrator Tip, this doesn’t constitute M855/SS109 as “Armor Piercing.” The round was designed for increased penetration at longer ranges to combat SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon) issues though.

            Things may or may not be clearer once you read how the Federal Government defines AP ammunition in 18 USC sec. 921(a)(17).


            (17)(A) The term “ammunition” means ammunition or cartridge cases, primers, bullets, or propellent powder designed for use in any firearm.

            (B) The term “armor piercing ammunition” means-

            (i) a projectile or projectile core which may be used in a handgun and which is constructed entirely (excluding the presence of traces of other substances) from one or a combination of tungsten alloys, steel, iron, brass, bronze, beryllium copper, or depleted uranium; or

            (ii) a full jacketed projectile larger than .22 caliber designed and intended for use in a handgun and whose jacket has a weight of more than 25 percent of the total weight of the projectile.

            (C) The term “armor piercing ammunition” does not include shotgun shot required by Federal or State environmental or game regulations for hunting purposes, a frangible projectile designed for target shooting, a projectile which the Attorney General finds is primarily intended to be used for sporting purposes, or any other projectile or projectile core which the Attorney General finds is intended to be used for industrial purposes, including a charge used in an oil and gas well perforating device.

            What does all that mean?

            A few things to take note of is that the classification as “armor piercing” is for bullets only, not the complete cartridge. Despite the mention of handgun caliber above, you can take that to mean that it’s a round that has been made as a handgun caliber at some point.

            The bullet (projectile) must also have a core made entirely out of the metals listed above, or be a full jacketed bullet with a jacket weighing more than 25% of its overall weight. This means that the SS109/M855 bullets wouldn’t be covered, as their cores are partly steel, and partly lead. Lead isn’t listed in the metals above. Furthermore, as you’ll see in the list below, the ATF has specifically stated that the SS109/M855 bullets are exempted from AP status.

            ATF AP Classified Rounds
            •All KTW, ARCANE, and THV ammo
            •Czech made 9mm Para. with steel core
            •German made 9mm Para. with steel core
            •MSC .25 ACP with brass bullet
            •BLACK STEEL armor and metal piercing ammunition
            •7.62mm NATO AP and SLAP
            •PMC ULTRAMAG with brass bullet (not copper)
            •OMNISHOCK .38 Special with steel core
            •7.62×39 ammo with steel core bullets

            ATF Exempted Rounds
            •5.56 SS109 and M855 NATO rounds, with steel penetrator tip.
            •.30-06 M2 AP ammo
            ***No 30-06 M2 AP sales to these states: **NO AP/Steel Core Ammunition Sales to**: AK AL CA FL CT HI IL MA NJ NYC NY OK RI .

            Hopefully that clears up some confusion for you like it did for me. You can rest easy that when a range calls for no AP rounds that you’ll be safe using M855 if desired. If you’re in the market for ammo, be sure to check out our sponsor Lucky Gunner for great online ammo prices!

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        • More than that Vonu. As we’ve moved to swiping our cards, we’ve already given up privacy, our information on all purchases and thereby the trends we set for ourselves as individuals……. cryptocurrencies are already embedded in our lives. There is little real difference just what the ‘coinage’ is called. Dollar, Litecoin, Bitcoin, Euro…. not a lick of difference when it all becomes just electrons shuttling/shuffling around the planet. As difficult and unwieldly as it is – cash/coin, the real physical means of transactions is the only possible way to remain free. But …. we aren’t free anymore now are we? I wish all could understand that tech has not improved our lives. The opposite is the case. We carry fantastic means to talk and text, surf the ‘net and exchange ideas; yet, we now communicate less and less as people to people. Money is no different. So? We’ve a choice if it all comes apart – do we recreate the world without all that? Or just repeat these terrible mistakes?

      2. Earth to Mac… We’ve been using electronic banking now for 30 years. Soon a single crypto transaction will contain enough bits to surpass all the bits of all the data ever served on the net, and from there on each transaction will yet double again until the entire system freezes. That block chain size problem in just a few years from now will be the death of it. Those holding the BitCoin and their ilk will get wiped out 100%.

        • electronic baking is safe and secure, bitcoin et al is vapor

          • Electronic banking is NOT “safe and secure”. If it was, I would use it. I don’t use it. 🙂

      3. I have a Franklin that says Daniel is an early investor in this company; or the crypto itself. That’s his MO: get in early, pump it to everyone else until he thinks he has maximized his profit, then he gets out, rinses and repeats.

        Everyone here should understand that there are many risks in cryptos, including theft and fraud. Purchase at your own risk. Most cryptos are owned by SPECULATORS looking for the volatility and the bigger fool to buy when they sell. 🙁

      4. How could a single transaction “contain enough bits to surpass all the bits of all the data ever served on the net” when that would exceed what it involved, not to mention that “all the data ever served on the net” increases exponentially every day?

      5. I’m having trouble with paper currency whose value rests on the “full faith and credit of the USA”. Now you don’t even have paper? I’m starting to know how Rip Van Winkle felt!

      6. Money is just a means to transfer wealth from one place to another.
        It of it’s self has no value. My Benjamin, is just a piece of paper.
        A gold Maple leaf although pretty is just a piece of metal.
        When you have not eaten for week or two my garden, chickens, and cattle, will mean a lot more than a piece of paper or a troy ounce of a rare metal.
        Crypto currency is as worthless as the rest of the money we use.
        Use it at your risk. I’ll stay with the dollar for now.
        The county doesn’t accept chickens or gold for property tax payments.

        • I saw where the IRS will start accepting xrp as a form of payment.
          If that by definition is your monetary equivalent, then there you are.

      7. The end goal is to have 100% of assets and transactions electronic so that at the push of a key anyone can be cut out of the system.

        • ^^^^^^^
          What Kevin2 said.

        • If they don’t accept the mark of the beast.

          • Mark or not cash will not have a value. All assets will be known, all transactions able to be stopped. Pockets of barter for food will exist but thats about it if they get their way. The writing was on the wall when FDR signed Executive Order 6102. I can’t see the Constitutionality of an Executive Order regardless what its about or how well crafted the wording.

        • K2,
          You nailed it.

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      9. As long as I can pay my taxes with the US petro dollar that’s the preferred currency for me.

      10. Those crypto companies need websites that are more user-friendly.
        It all looks like complicated mumbo-jumbo to the novice investor.
        Keep It Simple Stupid.

      11. You mention “Ripple” to me, and I think of Fred Sanford’s favorite brand of cheap wine. I also think of his mixed cocktail of champagne and Ripple, which he called “champipple.”

        It’s too early in the cryptocurrency field to pick winners and losers. It would be like betting all your money on the GEnie or Delphi online services. Delphi was the first online service I found that gave you a peek at the internet. This was before browsers. I quickly moved from those to CompuServe when I could dial them up a little bit cheaper. Then I moved to a local internet ISP in 1995 as soon as that became available. I was one of the first 30 people on the internet in my part of NC.

        In other words, if you put any money into it, you need to be able to move on quickly.

      12. If you or I or the government can create a currency out of thin air with essentially zero effort and exchange it for something tangible created by sweat and toil – that’s just wrong. It’s really a form of stealing.

        Crypto currencies are like combining fiat money and a chain letter. The early entrants may benefit, but eventually it all collapses as the fraud it is. “Getting something for nothing” may work for a privileged few, but you can’t run a society on it.

      13. Its all about controlling people. Governments will use it to control its citizens..keep em under their thumb. It will expand the underground economy too.

      14. Litecoin is ok as a crypto currency. But some cryptos are not secure at all. Be careful if you get into cryptos because you must give out a lot of personal information. I’m no expert. Don’t follow me, I’m lost.

        I put a small amount of money in bitcoin.

        I know that all these global currencies are leading us toward globalism. It is not a happy thought.

        _ repeating myself

        Off topic:

        Research vitamin B17. Google “does vitamin B17 deficiency cause Cancer”.


        • Various vitamin and mineral deficiencies lead to cancer. A deficiency in zinc for example, contributes to a number of different cancers, including throat, lung, bladder, and breast cancer. That’s the science.

          Massive doses of vitamin C kills cancer. And it is totally non-toxic. Take some. Take some more. That is the science. 🙂

      15. IOTA…

      16. Hi;
        I lived for a short time in Austin Texas in 1996. There was a young blond haired guy on cable tv there that had a background of solar system for a backdrop. Very political and intense. Constantly telling you to watch C-span if you didn’t believe it. Was that Alex Jones? I hope someone from the area can clarify.

        • Intense media guy with a solar-system poster in the background?

          Hey…. that was Lou Grant!

          (not so much blond hair, though….)

      17. I just went back to the subject and as usual I posted on the wrong article. I don’t guess I qualify as an internet warrior.

      18. My question is what does all this do to the petro dollar. Right now I know the US dollar is still king. But for how long? Does this new internet currency replace existing worthless paper? If that happens who are the winners and losers? Is this the beginning of the mark of the beast in some way? Is it the beginning of one world government?
        I know it sure can be tracked and controlled easy enough. The government sure hates people keeping cash at home. They want to track every dime of it. I know they hate cash transactions. I recently bought a pack of socks. The lady behind the counter said credit card or debit card. I said do you take cash. She said oh I’m sorry I just rarely see that. Just things that make you go hhhmmmm.

        Sorry for all the questions. I am just not that knowledgeable about crypto currency.
        Hope you all have a great day.

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