Bitcoin Bankruptcy

This prediction has already been posted. But now that everything seems to be falling apart I thought it would be important to share the prediction again. Bitcoin is not gold but from its look I could understand how spirit would see it as gold.

Notes on 12-14-13
“Gold broken.. it was good for more than a little while”

The Facts: Bitcoin losses spur Mt. Gox to bankruptcy filing. Quoted News: http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-57619708-83/bitcoin-losses-spur-mt-gox-to-bankruptcy-filing/?part=rss&subj=news&tag=title

In other news: Nothing unfolded in the marked dates, ‘2 minutes’ my only thought is that they might be referring to the 2nd. Either way I have considered it a failed prediction.

Spirit has shown a large mass of land with a large crack in it, their point was to show a very wide incident. I have to assume we are talking about an earthquake. We will be asking for details tonight.

6 responses to “Bitcoin Bankruptcy”

  1. N Avatar

    Could the large crack of land have anything to do with mudslides or something from the current storm we are having?

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar
      1. N Avatar

        Los Angeles. SoCal.

        1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

          Unless its massively large I don’t think so, the next post that goes out today also talks about a coming earthquake or volcano, only adding to the message.

  2. Cody Avatar

    “A recent study out of the Univ. of New Mexico estimated that in 2018 every $1 of Bitcoin value was responsible for $0.49 in health & climate damages in the US, costs that are borne by those who will, for the most part, never see any return from cryptocurrency mining whatsoever”

    “Cryptocurrencies and NFTs are an absolute disaster for so many more reasons than the ecological.”

    (May or may not disagree with parts of it, but if you have to read just one piece about NFTs, this will fill in most argumentation gaps.)

    https://everestpipkin.medium.com/but-the-environmental-issues-with-cryptoart-1128ef72e6a3

  3. Cody Avatar

    “The carbon emissions from Bitcoin mining alone in China, which accounts for 75% of Bitcoin blockchain operations globally, is projected at 130 million metric tons in 2024—more than the overall emissions by the Netherlands, Spain, or the Czech Republic.”

    https://mobile.twitter.com/dabeard/status/1382066577567256577

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