“Money doesn’t grow on trees!”
No, it doesn’t. It never has. However, it does grow on computers or, more precisely, computer networks. Bitcoin, a non-existent physical currency, is worth between $13,000 and $20,000 (yes, it is that volatile). In other words, having 1 Bitcoin (the value of 1 because, again, there’s no paper money or actual coin) can give you real-world money. That’s a hard concept for many, myself included. Still doesn’t stop me from partaking.
No doubt, many millionaires have emerged from the Bitcoin boom, and probably some recent Litecoin millionaires, after having gone from $3 a year or more ago to $300ish now.
I’m here to push htmlcoin again. This coin is the “Little Engine That Could.” Like some religious figure, it keeps dying and resurrecting. To be fair, it’s never really died. It’s just come really close due to some issue with the underlying tech.
htmlcoin 1.0 never got more difficult to mine. Becoming a 1.0 “billionaire” was easy. Clearly, that was bad design destined for failure, but…
htmlcoin 2.0 (known as html5) was better and even showed a bit of value. Could have become a contender, but fell victim to the 51% attack. Still..
htmlcoin 3.0 (known as htmlcoin Core 2.0) is here, with the latest Bitcoin and Etherium technology. I can’t pretend to know the Etherium tech, but many people I’ve talked to (that got me into Cryptocurrency) believe the Etherium model is the future.
So, why do I keep pushing on htmlcoin? Because, I’ve been dabbling since 2013 and I’ve watched coins like htmlcoin (lots of hype and promise) disappear because they’ve proven to be shit. Instead, htmlcoin continues to thrive and the developers and community at large want it to succeed. That kind of fervor is what so many companies, businesses, and ideas want and need to succeed so, based on perseverance alone, I think this coin will be a contender.
In the last few days, I’ve watched htmlcoin range from $0.0002 to $0.0005 per coin. Source: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/htmlcoin/ (Ignore the fact that they’re still using the html5 nomenclature – that’ll be fixed as soon as the htmlcoin Core 2.0 coins are in full effect). My point is, a coin that should have been dead twice has value, and more value than its peers (I mean little-known cryptocoins, not Bitcoin).
Want to ride the next “Accidental Millionaire™” train? I’m willing to bet this is it. Putting this info perspective, it’s REALLY EASY RIGHT NOW to get millions of coins. Imagine if you had 10,000,000 coins right now. If the value went to even 25¢ per coin (https://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/ – Sort by price and see how many coins are worth 25¢ that you’ve never heard of) – you’d have $6.2 million dollars.
Please consider donating to my blog. I accept:
- HBf8AKUMBGyUaj6gSiiD4deuFYbfyWMjNk (html5coin) – The older html5 coin while it’s still available (the next 60 days or so). Only works from the older html5 wallet.
- HYaM5sb1oxXPL8xNV2Ss335x7LBb34wcDp (htmlcoin Core 2.0) – The current htmlcoin (this is preferable to html5, for obvious reasons). Only works from the new htmlcoin 2.0 wallet.
- 1AxvWLXNC1xeVvF9HjVvn353yauGkT5gvx – Bitcoin (BTC)
- 1FgEvW7Q5DnhixVumQzFe2gNBqJSyHda34 – Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
- 0x0949cce4412E88AAB8d4a7DB0a96d83315BFD8b0 – Etherium (ETH only, not the older ETC)
- LdErAyKivYFujjBJUTmnxkiBqqZcjxfWgX – Litecoin (LTC)