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The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition

*Introductions: I'm joskye. A cryptocurrency investor and SDC holder. *
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Hi again. This is the third part in our ongoing series on how to trade better and determine intelligent investments in cryptocurrency for the future.
In part 3 I will now discuss Cryptocurrency valuations, price metrics and identifying coins of value, worth holding.
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What makes a coin worth holding: The value proposition
What makes anything worth holding? How much of themselves is a person willing to put into it - that's how much.
Cryptocurrency is largely driven by faith. It is a speculative enterprise i.e. people mostly put money into cryptocurrencies believing they will go up in value in the future; their plan to sell at a higher price when it does.
Currently most cryptocurrencies serve no function than being currencies in themselves. Unfortunately these currencies are largely not recognised by governments, most institutional investors or companies are legitimate stores of value or legitimate currencies of transaction. As such legislation and rules around the world regarding them vary considerably and are often absent.
There are very few cryptocurrencies that have legitimised backing, are insured or supported by enterprises that are insured for their loss and essentially there is little to protect you if you lose money through them.
So why do people bother putting money into cryptocurrencies it in the first place?
If the present and future value of a cryptocurrency is driven purely by speculation then you are essentially gambling by putting your money to buy that coin and joining the pool of other gamblers who are doing so. You are essentially joining a ponzi scheme and waiting game hoping you've gotten in early enough and convinced enough people to buy more of the asset you hold at slightly higher prices until a price is reached that you can cash out at (or until that thing becomes so big that everyone starts using it as their store of value).
This type of dynamic essentially underpins the mentality of most investments and trades i.e. buy low and sell high. I'd like to add buy early for investors since buying during a low in an already established asset may be setting yourself up for being forced to sell at a lower low later (especially if you don't understand the fundamentals of that asset).
If however the present or future value of a cryptocurrency is driven by some service other than speculation which can attract and drive fiat currency into it's ecosystem then it is potentially valuable.
I.e. will people actually use their USD/Yuan/Euro/GBP/Yen/INR etc to actually purchase the coin in question to do something useful with it (other than gamble on it's future price).
There are some cryptocurrencies which satisfy this criteria:
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Bitcoin
It is not a currency, it is a remittance system and store of value. It has a reputation increasingly to being seen as a digital version of gold.
Bitcoin has the cultural and historical advantage of being the first cryptocurrency. It is also still the largest cryptocurrency by a long way with the largest marketcap i.e. price per bitcoin [$952 as of writing] x the number of bitcoin in circulation [16,074,687] which is $15.3 billion. Compare to it's next biggest competitor Ethereum which has a marketcap of $700 million (i.e. only 4.57% of Bitcoin's).
Bitcoin's value proposition is that it is a store of value. It may not be able to sustain this without significant upgrades to it's underlying software.
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Monero (XMR)
Bitcoin does not have anonymity inherently built into it's software. Therefore if you buy and sell Bitcoin especially on cryptocurrency exchanges (where user registration is required), it is possible to trace whom Bitcoin is being transferred from and to.
For this reason I see Monero as Bitcoin + anonymity. I.e. it's value proposition is as store of hidden wealth. I also believe it does not have the issues that bitcoin does namely, same level of mainstream recognition, spotlight of regulatory awareness and developers do seem to be more focused on achieving better scalability and transaction times (it already does 10-20 minute verification time vs bitcoins 1 hour) which gives it better potential as a currency presently compared to Bitcoin.
-This sort of market cap dwarfs gold. However this type of up-scaled usability will not occur until the transaction verification times are much faster (nanoseconds) and the protocol is enhanced to cope with much larger transactions volumes and frequency at that speed; We are a long way off that.
I do believe fiat stored in Bitcoin will gradually transfer into Monero boosting it's value. I am not sure Monero though can presently bring fresh fiat currency (USD, Yuan etc) into it's ecosystem beyond outsider speculation in future price.
It is not unique in it's function or potential value proposition. My warning about holding Monerofor the long term is that it has competition for it's function not just from Bitcoin itself but from other anonymous coins such as Zcash, DASH (which provides instantaneous settlement) and SDC. Perhaps more importantly, Ethereum (ETH) is now planning to implement optional anonymity (via zSNARKs) in it's transaction network; if it does when combined with Ethereum's own functionality and well defined development roadmap (that will likely several second verification times in late 2017) would render XMR potentially redundant.
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Ethereum (ETH)
The value proposition for Ethereum is that it allows for complex, trustless settlement systems to be built on it. This is a huge deal because the scope of applications is wide and although the technology needs to mature (to support greater transaction volume, frequency and more secure functionality) the sheer amount of fiat such a platform could attract through conversion of traditional centralised settlement and contract services to more secure decentralised platforms is very huge.
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Shadowcash (SDC)
The value proposition is a double escrow, fully anonymous, decentralised privacy platform which incorporates private chat, private marketplace and secure, trustless private settlement system into one platform that is fully integrated into it's own blockchain.
Shadowcash already has multiple features that make it an excellent store of value: Low coin supply, potential for great demand, near instantaneous transaction verification times, ability to earn interest for simply holding it.
Shadowcash is incredibly easy to use and is heavily focused on usability. This is absolutely essential to it's end users: customers who seek convenient easy and speedy secure anonymous transaction. This will be a dream come true for traditional users of darknet markets.
To explain why lets elaborate on traditional darknet markets where in order to transact anonymously you have to:
1. Download the TOR browser. 2. Learn how to use it. 3. Buy XMR or Bitcoin. 4. Learn how to transact with these coins *safely* (yes this is still an issue with XMR in spite of it's built in privacy). 5. Learn how to and where to find reliable secure darknet markets. 6. Create accounts on these markets to access them *and* 7. Have faith that the websites and the highly centralised (and thus much more vulnerable) servers hosting those markets you use will not get shut down, not disappear with your money and not betray your transaction details and potentially identities to the authorities should they be infiltrated by them. 
Whereas with Shadowcash's market place this process will become:
1. Download the Shadowcash Umbra client (https://shadowproject.io/en/gettingstarted) 2. Buy some SDC on an exchange and transfer it to your Umbra client. 3. Browse the Shadowcash marketplace and transact securely, safely and anonymously. 
In summary I think Shadowcash can be a very useful application as a privacy platform for private communications and transactions.
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ICONOMI (ICN)
Those two points constitute it's value proposition. By nature of the way it works it has an easily identifiable P/E ratio based on the amount used to create the fund ($10.5 million) against the current value of that fund based on it's
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Summary lessons
The first rule in investing or trading in a given cryptocoin is deciding if it has a value proposition:
1. *Can it draw fiat currency (USD, Euro, Yuan etc) in such a way as to give it a valuation that is fully independent of pure speculation?* 2. *Is it unique?* 3. *Is it rare?* A limited supply with a low or negative inflation rate will lead to increasing price as demand goes up. 4. Are there significant risks associated with the value proposition? 
In the next article I will cover lesson 3b: Price metrics and valuations. It will be much shorter I promise but equally informative and we will cover topics such as price determination, impact of speculation, price manipulation, whales and their impact and the impact of bitcoin on the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Finally just to really hammer it home; why am I posting this on the Shadowcash subreddit?
It is because Shadowcash is the best cryptocurrency investment of 2016 and I believe it will be again by March 2017.
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References:
1. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations, https://coinmarketcap.com/, Last Checked 30/01/2017 2. What is the value of all the Gold in the world? http://onlygold.com/Info/All-The-Gold-In-The-World.asp, Last Checked 30/01/2017. 3. ICONOMI Cryptocurrencies Index (ICNX) 21 December 2016 Rebalancing, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-21-december-2016-rebalancing-transformation-into-iconomi-8e31e48493ab#.sptgljv1c 4. ICNx trend chart, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-30-november-2016-monthly-rebalancing-update-3402866243d9#.kw7g4fqcd, Last updated 30th Nov 2017 5. Shadowcash (SDC) - The billion dollar baby!, https://medium.com/@paradox_/shadowcash-sdc-the-billion-dollar-baby-6b86f0660739#.ypz9yme5a, Last updated 16 August 2016. 
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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for your financial decisions, nor am I advising you take a particular financial position. Rather I am sharing my experiences and hoping you form your own opinions and insights from them. Full disclosure: I have long positions in Ethereum (ETH), Shadowcash (SDC), ICONOMI (ICN), Augur (REP) and Digix (DGD).
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The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition

Introductions: I'm joskye. A cryptocurrency investor and holder.
...
 
Hi again. This is the third part in our ongoing series on how to trade better and determine intelligent investments in cryptocurrency for the future.
 
 
In part 3 I will now discuss Cryptocurrency valuations, price metrics and identifying coins of value, worth holding:
 
...
 
What makes a coin worth holding: The value proposition
 
What makes anything worth holding? How much of themselves is a person willing to put into it - that's how much.
Cryptocurrency is largely driven by faith. It is a speculative enterprise i.e. people mostly put money into cryptocurrencies believing they will go up in value in the future; their plan to sell at a higher price when it does.
Currently most cryptocurrencies serve no function than being currencies in themselves. Unfortunately these currencies are largely not recognised by governments, most institutional investors or companies are legitimate stores of value or legitimate currencies of transaction. As such legislation and rules around the world regarding them vary considerably and are often absent.
There are very few cryptocurrencies that have legitimised backing, are insured or supported by enterprises that are insured for their loss and essentially there is little to protect you if you lose money through them.
 
So why do people bother putting money into cryptocurrencies it in the first place?
 
 
If the present and future value of a cryptocurrency is driven purely by speculation then you are essentially gambling by putting your money to buy that coin and joining the pool of other gamblers who are doing so. You are essentially joining a ponzi scheme and waiting game hoping you've gotten in early enough and convinced enough people to buy more of the asset you hold at slightly higher prices until a price is reached that you can cash out at (or until that thing becomes so big that everyone starts using it as their store of value).
 
This type of dynamic essentially underpins the mentality of most investments and trades i.e. buy low and sell high. I'd like to add buy early for investors since buying during a low in an already established asset may be setting yourself up for being forced to sell at a lower low later (especially if you don't understand the fundamentals of that asset).
 
If however the present or future value of a cryptocurrency is driven by some service other than speculation which can attract and drive fiat currency into it's ecosystem then it is potentially valuable.
 
I.e. will people actually use their USD/Yuan/Euro/GBP/Yen/INR etc to actually purchase the coin in question to do something useful with it (other than gamble on it's future price).
 
There are some cryptocurrencies which satisfy this criteria:
 
...
 
Bitcoin
It is not a currency, it is a remittance system and store of value. It has a reputation increasingly to being seen as a digital version of gold.
 
 
 
 
 
Bitcoin has the cultural and historical advantage of being the first cryptocurrency. It is also still the largest cryptocurrency by a long way with the largest marketcap i.e. price per bitcoin [$952 as of writing] x the number of bitcoin in circulation [16,074,687] which is $15.3 billion. Compare to it's next biggest competitor Ethereum which has a marketcap of $700 million (i.e. only 4.57% of Bitcoin's).
 
 
 
 
Bitcoin's value proposition is that it is a store of value. It may not be able to sustain this without significant upgrades to it's underlying software.
 
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Monero (XMR)
Bitcoin does not have anonymity inherently built into it's software. Therefore if you buy and sell Bitcoin especially on cryptocurrency exchanges (where user registration is required), it is possible to trace whom Bitcoin is being transferred from and to.
 
 
For this reason I see Monero as Bitcoin + anonymity. I.e. it's value proposition is as store of hidden wealth. I also believe it does not have the issues that bitcoin does namely, same level of mainstream recognition, spotlight of regulatory awareness and developers do seem to be more focused on achieving better scalability and transaction times (it already does 10-20 minute verification time vs bitcoins 1 hour) which gives it better potential as a currency presently compared to Bitcoin.
 
 
I do believe fiat stored in Bitcoin will gradually transfer into Monero boosting it's value. I am not sure Monero though can presently bring fresh fiat currency (USD, Yuan etc) into it's ecosystem beyond outsider speculation in future price.
 
 
It is not unique in it's function or potential value proposition. My warning about holding Monero for the long term is that it has competition for it's function not just from Bitcoin itself but from other anonymous coins such as Zcash, DASH (which provides instantaneous settlement) and SDC. Perhaps more importantly, Ethereum (ETH) is now planning to implement optional anonymity (via zSNARKs) in it's transaction network; if it does when combined with Ethereum's own functionality and well defined development roadmap (that will likely several second verification times in late 2017) would render XMR potentially redundant.
 
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Ethereum (ETH)
The first cryptocurrency which was built with the specific intent of incorporating 'smart contracts' into it's platform.
 
 
The value proposition for Ethereum is that it allows for complex, trustless settlement systems to be built on it. This is a huge deal because the scope of applications is wide and although the technology needs to mature (to support greater transaction volume, frequency and more secure functionality) the sheer amount of fiat such a platform could attract through conversion of traditional centralised settlement and contract services to more secure decentralised platforms is very huge.
 
 
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PARTICL (PART) (formerly Shadowcash SDC)
The value proposition is a double escrow, fully anonymous, decentralised privacy platform which incorporates private chat, private marketplace and secure, trustless private settlement system into one platform that is fully integrated into it's own blockchain.
 
 
Particl has multiple features that make it an excellent store of value: Low coin supply, potential for great demand, near instantaneous transaction verification times, ability to earn interest for simply holding it.
 
Particl is incredibly easy to use and is heavily focused on usability. This is absolutely essential to it's end users: customers who seek convenient easy and speedy secure anonymous transaction. This will be a dream come true for traditional users of darknet markets.
 
To explain why lets elaborate on traditional darknet markets where in order to transact anonymously you have to:
1. Download the TOR browser. 2. Learn how to use it. 3. Buy XMR or Bitcoin. 4. Learn how to transact with these coins *safely* (yes this is still an issue with XMR in spite of it's built in privacy). 5. Learn how to and where to find reliable secure darknet markets. 6. Create accounts on these markets to access them *and* 7. Have faith that the websites and the highly centralised (and thus much more vulnerable) servers hosting those markets you use will not get shut down, not disappear with your money and not betray your transaction details and potentially identities to the authorities should they be infiltrated by them. 
Whereas with Particl's market place this process will become:
1. Download the Particl client. 2. Buy some PART on an exchange and transfer it to your Umbra client. 3. Browse the Particl marketplace and transact securely, safely and anonymously. 
 
 
In summary I think Particl can be a very useful application as a privacy platform for private communications and transactions.
 
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ICONOMI (ICN)
Those two points constitute it's value proposition. By nature of the way it works it has an easily identifiable P/E ratio based on the amount used to create the fund ($10.5 million) against the current value of that fund based on it's
 
...
 
Summary lessons
 
The first rule in investing or trading in a given cryptocoin is deciding if it has a value proposition:
 
1. *Can it draw fiat currency (USD, Euro, Yuan etc) in such a way as to give it a valuation that is fully independent of pure speculation?* 2. *Is it unique?* 3. *Is it rare?* A limited supply with a low or negative inflation rate will lead to increasing price as demand goes up. 4. Are there significant risks associated with the value proposition? 
 
 
In the next article I will cover lesson 3b: Price metrics and valuations. It will be much shorter I promise but equally informative and we will cover topics such as price determination, impact of speculation, price manipulation, whales and their impact and the impact of bitcoin on the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem!
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References:
1. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations, https://coinmarketcap.com/, Last Checked 30/01/2017 2. What is the value of all the Gold in the world? http://onlygold.com/Info/All-The-Gold-In-The-World.asp, Last Checked 30/01/2017. 3. ICONOMI Cryptocurrencies Index (ICNX) 21 December 2016 Rebalancing, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-21-december-2016-rebalancing-transformation-into-iconomi-8e31e48493ab#.sptgljv1c 4. ICNx trend chart, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-30-november-2016-monthly-rebalancing-update-3402866243d9#.kw7g4fqcd, Last updated 30th Nov 2017 5. Shadowcash (SDC) - The billion dollar baby!, https://medium.com/@paradox_/shadowcash-sdc-the-billion-dollar-baby-6b86f0660739#.ypz9yme5a, Last updated 16 August 2016. 
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Further articles in this series:
 
"The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency"
 
Part 0 -
Part 1 -
Part 2 -
Part 3a -
Part 3b -
Part 4 -
Part 5 -
Part 6 -
Part 7a -
 
"The intelligent investors guide to Particl -"
 
 
Full disclosure/Disclaimer: At time of original writing I had long positions in Ethereum (ETH), Shadowcash (SDC), Iconomi (ICN), Augur (REP) and Digix (DGD). All the opinions expressed are my own. I cannot guarantee gains; losses are sustainable; do your own financial research and make your decisions responsibly. All prices and values given are as of time of first writing (Midday 30th-Dec-2016).
 
Second disclaimer: Please do not buy Shadowcash (SDC), the project has been abandoned by it's developers who have moved on to the Particl Project (PART) (www.particl.io). The PARTICL crowd fund and SDC 1:1 token swap completed April 15th. You can still exchange SDC for PART but only if it was acquired prior to 15th April 2017 see: https://particl.news/a-community-driven-initiative-e26724100c3a for more information.
 
Addendum: Article updated 23-11-2017 to edit references to SDC (changed to Particl where relevant to reflect updated status) and clean up formatting.
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For All Future Kratom Users!

If and when kratom becomes illegal, do not give up hope. Do not succumb to the desire to use it as an excuse to relapse. Thanks to MANY people, kratom will still be accessible. It'll just cost more because the vendors have the responsibility to sell a schedule 1 drug.
Learn to use the darknet. It's pretty easy, the minimal you have to know is download Tor and go to the /darknetmarkets wiki to get the link to your desires darknet (ALWAYS use the wiki to get the link! There are many fraudulent links that'll take your money). Also learn Bitcoin and PGP (see links below). It is seriously as easy as 2 simple Google searches to do all this.
Tons of people are going to be taking this time, right now, as an opportunity to stock the hell up and sell it for a higher price. Kratom will not be inaccessible anytime soon. :-)
/darknetmarketsnoobs
/darknetmarkets
/darknetmarkets/wiki/
https://bitcoin.org/en/getting-started
https://www.reddit.com/DarkNetMarkets/wiki/index/pgp
Note: For PGP, I'd recommend using the software Kleopatra as your PGP client.
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DNS Is Back - Darknet Design Services, Hosting, & e-Commerce Development. Start your own darknet site today.

Hello everyone! DNS is back!
Well, we never really left, but have been busy on a separate project we'll be announcing at the beginning of the new year.
With work tapering down on the project we've decided to re-announce our return to darknet design & development services.

Darknet Site Design Service

Some of our past sites that were popular include Cat Fact 1.0 and 2.0, DPRK Darknet Market, Project Genesis, as well as several vendor sites.
We don't just upload a stock script, set it up, and call it a day - we offer custom design and development for your site to appear and function exactly as you want.
Of course we can also offer stock scripts, if clients prefer, and modify it to be able to use on the darknet since many stock scripts don't work properly (or securely) on the darknet.

Stock Scripts

Just a few of the stock scripts we already have modified to work on the darknet are:

Custom Scripts

Along with custom built scripts to emulate the designed of the functions of clearnet sites, such as :

Custom Front-End Framework

Front End Framework is the code called css that defines the site style and appearance that the users see on their browsers.
For custom sites, we are not limited to custom HTML but rather have a selection of frameworks we can use to make the site appear beautiful and run great with minimal CSS (in most cases).
Just some of the options for the framework (the code that determines how the site appears to users):

Hosting

We do not offer hosting upfront as a stand-alone package, but do offer hosting for any sites that are built. Our reasoning is that if one knows enough to configure their own server for Tor, they should set up their own server and manage it - offering users access to our servers in the past caused several issues, and it’s not something we’re going to spend time on this go around.
The majority was not malicious users, but rather users that set incorrect configurations which we’d often have to spend hours to locate and fix, since most users failed to backup their servers and a simple rollback was not permitted without potentially losing customer data.
So, instead of hosting packages of different types, we’re just offering standard fees for hosting on the server. Instead of using a series on small, medium, and large servers (simplified but based on server resources) we just have one big server running a VM instance for each clients site.
So, for hosting a site that was designed by us, we have defined the price by the type of site that is hosted.
Site Type Size PHP SQL 1 Month 3 Month 6 Month 1 Year
Basic 32mb YES NO $1.00 $2.50 $4.00 $6.00
Novelty 512mb YES YES $3.00 $8.00 $12.00 $20.00
Forum 2gb YES YES $8.00 $20.00 $30.00 $50.00
Vendor 4gb YES YES $10.00 $25.00 $40.00 $60.00
Market 25gb YES YES $100.00 $250.00 $400.00 $600.00
We’ve tried to make the price low enough so that even the most basic of vendors or individuals starting our can have their own site. If you still can’t afford it, just contact us and we’ll work something out. We also offer custom onion sites that we can generate and use for your site. Below are the prices for generating them. This is a one time fee, although there is an additional fee for adding more than 1 onion site to your account as a separate site or mirror. Additional Onion Sites:
Custom Characters Time Needed Price
4 <1 Minute FREE
5 5 Minute $5.00
6 30 Minutes $10.00
7 2 Hours $20.00
8 1 Day $50.00
9 3 Days $100.00
10 1 Week $250.00
Each clients site is jailed to it’s own VM and network, and communicates through a WHOINX server meaning that the clients VM can only access TOR through the WHOINX server - it is not connected physically to the internet in any way.
This way if the front end server has problems due to malicious behavior, only the front end will be shut down and taken offline - the clients files on the backend server will never be compromised. This also prevents a large number of web based attacks to unobscure the servers information and location.

Design & Development Prices

Each site has it’s own unique requirements, and as such as can only give estimates. For some the estimate may be more, others it may be cheaper than the actual price. For instance, our basic sites are set at $25, but if you only want a landing page with your email and PGP key the actual price will be closer to $10. On the other hand, if you want a 200 page reference site that can fit within 10mb the actual price will be closer to $50. So, with that in mind, here are estimates for just a few of the site types we can offer:
A few notes.

PGP Key

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INFO: How to buy Bitcoins, How to use wallets/ mixers/ etc.

Hey Ents!
Glad my previous post was of help to a few people! Many of you have messaged me to help on particular topics, and especially bitcoins, so I will be covering a bit about the alternative currency in this post.
Without dwelling much into historical facts, let me first say that bitcoin could very well be the currency on the future, and it is intended to replace paper money - and most importantly, government’s and legal fraudsters like bank’s control over our economy.
How is bit coin produced? It is the financial value derived through computing power. For example, A computer processing data at a hash-rate of 15 GHS (Giga Hertz per second) may produce 1 bit coin each month. Here, electricity costs and computing power costs are converted into Bitcoins which has inherent value.
Okay enough of all that, how to get bitcoin? The easiest way is to buy bit coins from www.localbitcoins.com (LBC). This is somewhat similar to a stock exchange and you can buy and sell bitcoins from reputed vendors using IMPS/NEFT/Cash transfers.
Important things to look out for are - make sure the person you are buying from has 100% rating. Any less could spell trouble.
Make sure the listing is an escrow listing. Escrow is a term used a lot on DNM’s. It simply means the coins/money is in control of a third party and is not released to the vendor till you are satisfied. It protects both the buyer and the seller. If you are not satisfied, you can raise a complaint and get your coins back.
Always use LBC only through a normal browser. Never through a TOR browser. But what about anonymity, you may ask. The fact is that buying bit coins is completely legal and you do not need any anonymity to purchase coins. There are several legit purposes for bit coins including shopping for clothes, on Dell website, and several other electronic stores. You only need to be anonymous when you are making a deal on the DNM’s
So; once you have purchased your coins - if you are using the coins to buy drugs, you need to maintain anonymity. The best part about LBC is that it offers a certain degree of anonymity built in to its systems. For very small transactions, you can send the coins directly from the LBC wallet into your darknet market wallet.
What is a wallet? A wallet is a storage medium for your bitcoins. Simply put, it is a ‘bank’ for all your coins. The wallet has a bitcoin address which is similar to your bank account number. You can send and receive bit coins using this address and the transaction will be processed within 30 minutes (usually 2 confirmations).
I suggest using a wallet on TOR browser to remain anonymous.
https://blockchainbdgpzk.onion/wallet/
The blockchain.info wallet on TOR is once of the most secure onion wallets. You can create a free wallet here; remember to never forget the wallet seed and password else you may risk losing your bitcoins.
For larger purchases, I suggest sending coins from LBC onto a Blockchain wallet, and then from the block chain wallet onto the DNM market. Adding few steps between the source of the coins and the destination helps maintain anonymity and obscuring the fact that the coins are involved in a drug marketplace. This is known as mixing coins. (LBC has an inbuilt mixer - this is the reason it is safe to use LBC to send coins directly to DNMs)
Coinb.in is also a good alternative wallet: http://4zpinp6gdkjfplhk.onion/
So, can I directly use my bank account, pay via IMPS to buy bitcoins and use them on a DNM? Yes, as long as it is a small transaction (<< Rs. 40,000) no eyebrows will be raised whatsoever. For larger transactions I suggest using the mixing technique above, and also adding couple of other intermediary wallets and maybe even a standalone mixer service.
What is a standalone mixer? A mixer’s purpose is to obfuscate the trail of money - in this case, coins. Generally a mixer will receive several thousands of coins from various addresses, and send these coins out to different addresses after an interval of time. There will be no trail of the source of the coins and the destination because the mixer processes several large transactions. For a real world example, you can consider going to a bank and depositing a particular Rs. 1000 note. When you want to withdraw from an ATM, the odds of you getting the same note which you deposited are negligible. This is the outlining principle of using a mixer.
Helix Light is a cheap and efficient mixer which works at a 2.5% fee. http://grams7enufi7jmdl.onion/helix/light
Mixing is really required only in the case of big transactions; or if you really want to feel 100% secure. For the normal DNM transaction involving a fee grams of this or that, this is highly unnecessary.
So, by now you should be able to buy bit coins, mix them if required using a TOR wallet or a mixer, and be ready to send them into a DNM for your purchase.
While using DNM markets, make sure that the market link is the correct link - you can verify it from dnstats.net or set up 2-factor authentication on your account along with a login phrase. All these steps are to prevent phishing attacks which may try to steal your coins by redirecting you to a malicious TOR link.
Once the coins are sent from LBC/Mixer wallet into the market, you are ready to make the purchase. Always do your homework on the vendor and never deal without escrow with unreputed vendors. This is called FE - Finalize Early. This means you are choosing not to use escrow,and are sending the coins directly to the vendor. Use this only when the vendor has good feedback and a reputation.
While placing an order and sending your address, always remember to use PGP.
Hope this was helpful; Please review the information I have posted and if I have missed out anything let me know. You can also ask me any questions or suggest methods of your own. Also I request to leave this thread informational and ask all your questions on drug sources and advertising on other threads.
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The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition

*Introductions: I'm joskye. A cryptocurrency investor and SDC holder. *
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Hi again. This is the third part in our ongoing series on how to trade better and determine intelligent investments in cryptocurrency for the future.
In part 3 I will now discuss Cryptocurrency valuations, price metrics and identifying coins of value, worth holding.
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What makes a coin worth holding: The value proposition
What makes anything worth holding? How much of themselves is a person willing to put into it - that's how much.
Cryptocurrency is largely driven by faith. It is a speculative enterprise i.e. people mostly put money into cryptocurrencies believing they will go up in value in the future; their plan to sell at a higher price when it does.
Currently most cryptocurrencies serve no function than being currencies in themselves. Unfortunately these currencies are largely not recognised by governments, most institutional investors or companies are legitimate stores of value or legitimate currencies of transaction. As such legislation and rules around the world regarding them vary considerably and are often absent.
There are very few cryptocurrencies that have legitimised backing, are insured or supported by enterprises that are insured for their loss and essentially there is little to protect you if you lose money through them.
So why do people bother putting money into cryptocurrencies it in the first place?
If the present and future value of a cryptocurrency is driven purely by speculation then you are essentially gambling by putting your money to buy that coin and joining the pool of other gamblers who are doing so. You are essentially joining a ponzi scheme and waiting game hoping you've gotten in early enough and convinced enough people to buy more of the asset you hold at slightly higher prices until a price is reached that you can cash out at (or until that thing becomes so big that everyone starts using it as their store of value).
This type of dynamic essentially underpins the mentality of most investments and trades i.e. buy low and sell high. I'd like to add buy early for investors since buying during a low in an already established asset may be setting yourself up for being forced to sell at a lower low later (especially if you don't understand the fundamentals of that asset).
If however the present or future value of a cryptocurrency is driven by some service other than speculation which can attract and drive fiat currency into it's ecosystem then it is potentially valuable.
I.e. will people actually use their USD/Yuan/Euro/GBP/Yen/INR etc to actually purchase the coin in question to do something useful with it (other than gamble on it's future price).
There are some cryptocurrencies which satisfy this criteria:
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Bitcoin
It is not a currency, it is a remittance system and store of value. It has a reputation increasingly to being seen as a digital version of gold.
Bitcoin has the cultural and historical advantage of being the first cryptocurrency. It is also still the largest cryptocurrency by a long way with the largest marketcap i.e. price per bitcoin [$952 as of writing] x the number of bitcoin in circulation [16,074,687] which is $15.3 billion. Compare to it's next biggest competitor Ethereum which has a marketcap of $700 million (i.e. only 4.57% of Bitcoin's).
Bitcoin's value proposition is that it is a store of value. It may not be able to sustain this without significant upgrades to it's underlying software.
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Monero (XMR)
Bitcoin does not have anonymity inherently built into it's software. Therefore if you buy and sell Bitcoin especially on cryptocurrency exchanges (where user registration is required), it is possible to trace whom Bitcoin is being transferred from and to.
For this reason I see Monero as Bitcoin + anonymity. I.e. it's value proposition is as store of hidden wealth. I also believe it does not have the issues that bitcoin does namely, same level of mainstream recognition, spotlight of regulatory awareness and developers do seem to be more focused on achieving better scalability and transaction times (it already does 10-20 minute verification time vs bitcoins 1 hour) which gives it better potential as a currency presently compared to Bitcoin.
-This sort of market cap dwarfs gold. However this type of up-scaled usability will not occur until the transaction verification times are much faster (nanoseconds) and the protocol is enhanced to cope with much larger transactions volumes and frequency at that speed; We are a long way off that.
I do believe fiat stored in Bitcoin will gradually transfer into Monero boosting it's value. I am not sure Monero though can presently bring fresh fiat currency (USD, Yuan etc) into it's ecosystem beyond outsider speculation in future price.
It is not unique in it's function or potential value proposition. My warning about holding Monerofor the long term is that it has competition for it's function not just from Bitcoin itself but from other anonymous coins such as Zcash, DASH (which provides instantaneous settlement) and SDC. Perhaps more importantly, Ethereum (ETH) is now planning to implement optional anonymity (via zSNARKs) in it's transaction network; if it does when combined with Ethereum's own functionality and well defined development roadmap (that will likely several second verification times in late 2017) would render XMR potentially redundant.
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Ethereum (ETH)
The value proposition for Ethereum is that it allows for complex, trustless settlement systems to be built on it. This is a huge deal because the scope of applications is wide and although the technology needs to mature (to support greater transaction volume, frequency and more secure functionality) the sheer amount of fiat such a platform could attract through conversion of traditional centralised settlement and contract services to more secure decentralised platforms is very huge.
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Shadowcash (SDC)
The value proposition is a double escrow, fully anonymous, decentralised privacy platform which incorporates private chat, private marketplace and secure, trustless private settlement system into one platform that is fully integrated into it's own blockchain.
Shadowcash already has multiple features that make it an excellent store of value: Low coin supply, potential for great demand, near instantaneous transaction verification times, ability to earn interest for simply holding it.
Shadowcash is incredibly easy to use and is heavily focused on usability. This is absolutely essential to it's end users: customers who seek convenient easy and speedy secure anonymous transaction. This will be a dream come true for traditional users of darknet markets.
To explain why lets elaborate on traditional darknet markets where in order to transact anonymously you have to:
1. Download the TOR browser. 2. Learn how to use it. 3. Buy XMR or Bitcoin. 4. Learn how to transact with these coins *safely* (yes this is still an issue with XMR in spite of it's built in privacy). 5. Learn how to and where to find reliable secure darknet markets. 6. Create accounts on these markets to access them *and* 7. Have faith that the websites and the highly centralised (and thus much more vulnerable) servers hosting those markets you use will not get shut down, not disappear with your money and not betray your transaction details and potentially identities to the authorities should they be infiltrated by them. 
Whereas with Shadowcash's market place this process will become:
1. Download the Shadowcash Umbra client (https://shadowproject.io/en/gettingstarted) 2. Buy some SDC on an exchange and transfer it to your Umbra client. 3. Browse the Shadowcash marketplace and transact securely, safely and anonymously. 
In summary I think Shadowcash can be a very useful application as a privacy platform for private communications and transactions.
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ICONOMI (ICN)
Those two points constitute it's value proposition. By nature of the way it works it has an easily identifiable P/E ratio based on the amount used to create the fund ($10.5 million) against the current value of that fund based on it's
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Summary lessons
The first rule in investing or trading in a given cryptocoin is deciding if it has a value proposition:
1. *Can it draw fiat currency (USD, Euro, Yuan etc) in such a way as to give it a valuation that is fully independent of pure speculation?* 2. *Is it unique?* 3. *Is it rare?* A limited supply with a low or negative inflation rate will lead to increasing price as demand goes up. 4. Are there significant risks associated with the value proposition? 
In the next article I will cover lesson 3b: Price metrics and valuations. It will be much shorter I promise but equally informative and we will cover topics such as price determination, impact of speculation, price manipulation, whales and their impact and the impact of bitcoin on the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Finally just to really hammer it home; why am I posting this on the Shadowcash subreddit?
It is because Shadowcash is the best cryptocurrency investment of 2016 and I believe it will be again by March 2017.
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References:
1. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations, https://coinmarketcap.com/, Last Checked 30/01/2017 2. What is the value of all the Gold in the world? http://onlygold.com/Info/All-The-Gold-In-The-World.asp, Last Checked 30/01/2017. 3. ICONOMI Cryptocurrencies Index (ICNX) 21 December 2016 Rebalancing, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-21-december-2016-rebalancing-transformation-into-iconomi-8e31e48493ab#.sptgljv1c 4. ICNx trend chart, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-30-november-2016-monthly-rebalancing-update-3402866243d9#.kw7g4fqcd, Last updated 30th Nov 2017 5. Shadowcash (SDC) - The billion dollar baby!, https://medium.com/@paradox_/shadowcash-sdc-the-billion-dollar-baby-6b86f0660739#.ypz9yme5a, Last updated 16 August 2016. 
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Further articles in this series:
Part 1- - The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 1 - Sell your profits and make back the principle ASAP. https://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash/comments/5l0heb/the_intelligent_investors_guide_to_cryptocurrency/
Part 2 - - The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 2 - FOMO My friend, My enemy. Make fear of missing out, work for you. https://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash/comments/5l67rn/the_intelligent_investors_guide_to_cryptocurrency/
Part 3a - - The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition https://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash/comments/5lhh6m/the_intelligent_investors_guide_to_cryptocurrency/
Part 3b -
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Disclaimer: All prices and values given are as of time of writing (Midday 08-Jan-2016). I am not responsible for your financial decisions, nor am I advising you take a particular financial position. Rather I am sharing my experiences and hoping you form your own opinions and insights from them. Full disclosure: I have long positions in Ethereum (ETH), Shadowcash (SDC), ICONOMI (ICN), Augur (REP) and Digix (DGD).
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New market! System D remembers the 5th of November...

We are proud to announce the launch of System D. System D is a security focused darknet market that accepts Bitcoin and Litcoin. Currently we support direct and escrow payment options and are working to add MultiSig. Some of the site's features include:
o No signup required to browse System D.
o No Javascript at all.
o Vendors can price goods in their local fiat currency against Bitcoin, Litecoin or both on a per listing basis.
o The site is designed to integrate new altcoins as they mature.
o Listings can have stock(or be set to unlimited), automatically marking themselves "Out of Stock" when depleted.
o Internal messaging system with PGP support.
o No listing limit.
o Advanced search and filter system.
o Our digital good system provides vendors with hosting, proper inventory control and download verification.
o The site is designed in a modular fashion to better facilitate fast scaling.
o Clearsign page allowing you to verify with PGP that you're on the authentic System D site.
o Bitmessage notification system to alert buyers and vendors of new account events. Processing of sales, purchases, deposits and withdrawls are just a few of the notifications that can be activated.
o System D is NOT built upon Bitwasp.
o MultiSig will be added shortly and WILL NOT use the Electrum plugin.
o Automatic account sweeping feature to help vendors limit risk.
o Full walkthroughs with screenshots for setting up PGP, Bitmessage, Bitcoin and Litecoin and linking them into Tor.
o A full support forum.
The site does require your account use either Bitmessage or PGP as an OTP method. Sites that use a PIN only increase the difficulty of a bruteforce attack and in no way protects your account from phishing attacks. A proper one time password mechanism like PGP or Bitmessage is the best way to secure your account. If you need help setting up OTP we have a full set of walkthroughs for Windows, Mac, Ubuntu and Android.
Official System D URL: http://systemdhigutgo2d.onion/
System D limited time offer: Upgrade to Vendor for 50% off!
Root key id: 14FBA139
Root key fingerprint: 2FB1 2795 7131 B34A 6302 01EC 74F8 05D2 14FB A139
Clearsign key id: 4D540582
Clearsign key fingerprint: 7657 E29A AEF2 BEA0 47A0 C596 8A09 7D6B 4D54 0582
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Purposechem: 10g MXE (clearnet)

Details
_Vendor: PurposeChem
_Market: Direct/email
_Product: 10g MXE
_Shipped from: USA
_Shipped to: USA
_Required FE: Yes/direct
_Vacuum Sealed: YES
_Decoy: YES (visual barrier)
_Handwriting: NO
Rating
_Communication: [10] / 10
_Stealth: [9] / 10
_Shipping time: [7] / 10
_Price value: [11] / 10
_Aesthetics: [10] / 10
_Weight: [11] / 10
_Quality: [10] / 10
_Transaction: [10] / 10
_Vendor: [10] / 10
_Drug: [10] / 10
TOTAL SCORE: [98] / 100
Alright, there's few reviews in for this guy, so I'm happy to post up one. I'll be x-posting this between RCsources, and DarknetMarkets since he deals both clearnet (email + privnote or temp.pm) and through Agora/Nucleus.
This was NOT a free sample, and the vendor was NOT informed ahead of time that I would be doing a review, or reagent tests.
Communication
To start off, communication: probably the friendliest communicating vendor I've had to date. We communicated primarily over email, using privnote/temp.pm. This was my first time using email with a vendor, and the email service I had initially used was fucking up and opening privnotes, it seemed. I told him to stand by while I worked on it and eventually switched providers and got it sorted out. He was very understanding.
My first inquiry was met telling me he was out of his current batch, but would be back in within a day or 2. The next day, I believe, he messaged me letting me know it was back in stock, and gave me an address to deposit bitcoin.
I deposited bitcoin on a saturday, and the package was shipped that day, and I was provided with tracking.
Shipping
Now, regarding shipping. It took 8 business days, despite the fact that this was priority shipping, and 2 days was expected for my zone, with 3 days max typical. Looking at the tracking, my package took a very bizarre route to my address, and basically often spent 4 days at a time with no updates.
Purposechem was with me throughout this and communicating- he let me know that none of the other packages were experiencing anything strange, and that he'd not seen anything quite like this yet. He told me we'd discuss in case the package was never delivered, but that we'd wait and watch tracking.
Eventually the package arrived, delivered without signature (as expected) with no signs of tampering. I have no idea what happened, but it seems it's not normal for purpose chem, but since shipping was quite slow, I have no choice but to note it in the review.
Stealth
The stealth wasnt much, but was something. There's a visual barrier, and a unlabeled mylar outside that you can't see through. Inside the mylar is a vacuum sealed baggie with the MXE powder.
Weight & Aesthetics
MXE is very shiny and crystalline. I weighed it out in 3 separate weigh boats (2 ~5g each, and one with all the spilled powder) and it weighed about 10.1+g total, so slightly overweight. It's worth noting that I got about 90mg just from spilled powder and scraping the bag, so be careful when you handle your powders! you can lose a lot this way.
Tests and product photos
Reagent testing for MXE is a mixed bag, in my research. My tests seem to be more or less in line with ecstacydata tests for lab-confirmed MXE, and definitely NOT a match on their tests for MXP, which is a good sign. I couldnt find and MXM reagent tests, so there's that.
Testing procedure:
This follows my previous procedure more or less, using gloves, respirator, lab scoops, milligram scale +/- 0.005g, white cleaned plate, dancesafe reagents tested in order of Marquis, Mecke, Mandelin. Procedure is more or less:
  1. Clear granite countertop
  2. Put on gloves
  3. Clean surface with detergent
  4. Dry
  5. Wipe down with 99% IPA (repeat this on the testing plate)
  6. Get all stuff in place (reagent tests, plate, storage containers, etc)
  7. Change gloves
  8. Open product
  9. Place a small bit of product on plate
  10. Test accordingly
  11. Pics
  12. Put product in long term storage while tests develop further
  13. More pics
In this round, theres 2 rows of tests. The lower row is the first test, which I did with as minimal material as possible. The top row is with a decent amount more material since I wasnt sure how much was needed for reactions.
Photos:
Feel free to reference the tests with other tests you know. The mecke test seemed slightly off, and the late red reaction of marquis in the top row (more product) is slightly concerning (a STRONG red happens in MXP samples) but overall seems in line with MXE tests from what I've seen.
Bioassay Report
Previous experience: Lots of psychedelic experience (LSD, Mushrooms, 4-aco-DMT, 2c-b, 25i/25c-nBOME), a bit of dissociative experience (Ketamine, maybe 1.5g total across time, never K-holed, and generally don't desire to. Likely all K was racetamic, but cannot confirm). I HAVE NEVER DONE MXE (at least knowingly) before. So I cannot comment from experience the quality of this MXE.
Let me say first and foremost, MXE is DEFINITELY not Ketamine (duh) but it gets compared a lot, so I thought I'd weigh in: while I can understand how they are in the same class, MXE was a COMPLETELY different experience for me. I have more assays to do before I comment on whether I like it.
Second off, I don't know how it is for other people, but for me, the come up is DECEPTIVELY SLOW, especially compared to K.
First, I allergy tested ~1mg bucally and waited about an hour with no effect (as I expected).
I then moved forward with 20mg sub-lingually, as I don't really like intra-nasal, but its not an issue if I have to. I read that bioavailability sub-lingual is generally better and the taste isnt so bad, so I went with that.
I poured ~20mg from my weigh boat onto a peice of paper, then under my tongue, and set a timer on my phone for 10 minutes (time before swallow) while my GF (sober except weed) and I watched videos online. About 7-8 minutes in, the saliva got to be too much, and I swallowed. The taste was like electric salt, with a slight numbing sensation on my tongue. Taste was not even bad. Certainly not a snack either though.
I waited a bit more. Come up was supposedly about 10-20 minutes, but I wasnt feeling much. After maybe 25 minutes, I felt a little bit of a come up, and opted to lay on my bed.
I layed on the bed for maybe another 20 minutes and felt it come up a bit, but the effects seemed a bit weak. I thought maybe I messed up sub-lingually, and I should take another 20 mg intranasally (slight fuck up there, but I knew at the least I wouldn't be enroaching on M-Hole territory).
I laid back down on the bed, and slowly the MXE began to wave up on me. It was bizarre. I was cuddling with my GF, so my hands were viually separated from my body, and I felt like they were boulders, distant from its mother body. I was like a fallen statue on an old island, partially buried. Then I told my girlfriend I felt like a rust-colored/textured square (this was entirely an internal feeling, not cued from my vision).
Eventually, I felt the need to get up, and explore standing. I sat up, and it hit me: MXE is REALLY WEIRD. Oh man is it weird. Gravity and motion was all backwards it seemed. On K, things are more trippy visually, and internally I feel like my body is folding in on itsself. On MXE, my vision was fairly normal, just "jumbled", and the internal feeling fely like my body was expanding outward infinitely. But not in the same way that psychedelics cause me to lose the sense of personal boundary at peak moments. Rather it felt like parts of me were somehow moved across the room.
I found my curiosity INCREDIBLY piqued by the experience. I was at a loss of words to describe a lot of what I was feeling, wheras I think I have a pretty good grasp of how to describe my psychedelic experiences at this point. Gravity felt....not flipped, but just.... less reliable? Like it applied differently to different parts of my body. I experimented with movement a lot, and kept telling my girlfriend how weird and unique the feeling was.
Visually it felt like, instead of seeing things, things were constantly "coming into existence," and not only that, but they were "coming into existence at really odd angles." Make of that what you will but I haven't a better way to describe it.
My girlfriend drew a warm tub, and I ambled on over to the tub. I stepped in and mostly stood there, I don't think I was ready to go about the process of lwering myself into a tub. My girlfriend FREAKED me out because she entered on the opposite side of the curtain, which to me was like a whole different world that tripped me out (this is highly related to the whole "things coming into existance at odd angles" thinng I mentioned earlier)
I slowly entered the tub without particular incident. I told my girlfriend my legs felt like triangles. We chilled for a bit and I could feel myself coming down from what must have been a peak, onto a plateau. I lasted less long than usual in the tub because I felt too warm (this is usually why I get out of the tub eventually, but this time was earlier than usual).
I dried off and laid on the bed again. My girlfriend laughed at me and laughinly asked if I "had even dried off" (because I had quite neatly folded and re-placed the towel on the rack) and I told her I may be high up but I'm not totally fucked up.
I felt like my thought process seemed unusually clear in a sense, but my reality seemed unusually pliable. There's a part of my sense of self that psychedelics tend to obscure that MXE left completely untouched, but a part of my realty that psychedelics usually leave untouched that MXE seemed to jumble up repeatedly. This fascinated me because it seemed like entirely new territory for me.
I eventually decided to try and sleep, cause I wasnt entirely comfortable with the level of dissociation I was experiencing, and I had work in the morning. It wasn't terrible but a bit more than I'd planned for. I had dosed at 11pm-ish.
Throughout the night I'd wake up still jumbled in a similar way to how you wake up occasionally still spining after a night of heavy drinking. When I woke up in the morning, I was only slightly off baseline. A few hours after that, I feel pretty baseline with an afterglow.
Given the duration and quality of effects, I have NO idea how people binge on this shit. I feel like this 10g is going to last me a long time. After seeing the 20mg line of MXE, I realized that that's roughly how big my K lines are, so perhaps I prefer a smaller dosage of dissociatives in general.
TL;DR: Watch out for the MXE come up. MXE is quite a different beast than K although it shares similarities. PurposeChem is a friendly dude who seems to be putting out the correct product at the best prices I've seen lately. I hope this pushes other vendors to up their game cause cheap legit MXE is no joke.
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Deep/Dark web DreamMarket Shop Vorstellung + Link Vom Dark web /deep web ETWAS BESTELLEN Erklärung Einleitung Ins Darknet Tutorial Exploring the Dark Net #1 - Dream Market - The Solution to the Drug Problem? How to join Darknet Markets

It connects out to the market web server API over the TOR network. This helps to conceal the location of the bitcoin wallet so even the market webserver can never access the payment server. System security. With Tor .onion addresses, https is not necessary because Tor ensures you are connected with the real authenic website and not a fake one ... Darknet Bitcoin Maker Review. John sends Adam most of the bitcoins. Tell me how much Bitcoin was sent, how long it was sent and so on. You do not know the detailed government. It may take some time before you receive your ID card for sale. Blockchain and a lot of private data. This can be solved with the intention of the Bitcoin developer. With Bitcoin Mixer, you don’t have to be a tax ... Payment can be made only using Bitcoin as of now. Luna Market. Tor URL: lunamarmge6dadag. Market Overview: Registration: Compulsory. Security: MultiSig, 2FA, Vendor Bond: Not Specified, but required. Currency: Bitcoin. Listing: 1112 Products. Luna Market is on this list because of the fact that it’s almost an anti-scam marketplace, first because it doesn’t ask users to deposit any funds ... This market also has a stock of a wide variety of products and as of today, it has around 5ooo+ individual products on the market place making it the most product rich Tor market in the industry. The market is secure as it uses 2-factor authentication using PGP and wallet less as well as a trustworthy and authentic Escrow service. The .onion Hidden link of the given market can be found on our ... Empire Market. The trouble with visiting darknet markets for review purposes, is that you chance across fractions of a bitcoin you still have stored in them – fractions that are worth more than ...

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Deep/Dark web DreamMarket Shop Vorstellung + Link

Um auf irgend einen DarkNet Markt zu kommen braucht Ihr ein spezielles Programm (TOR), damit Ihr unerkannt auf die Seite kommt und anonym bestellen könnt, ohne das es sich zurückverfolgen lässt ... Um auf irgend einen DarkNet Markt zu kommen braucht Ihr ein spezielles Programm (TOR), damit Ihr unerkannt auf die Seite kommt und anonym bestellen könnt, ohne das es sich zurückverfolgen lässt ... Dakrnet Market is a marketplace that is only accessible through TOR network. Almost all the markets have their own internal bitcoin wallet management that you have to deposit bitcoin to your ... Um auf irgend einen DarkNet Markt zu kommen braucht Ihr ein spezielles Programm (TOR), damit Ihr unerkannt auf die Seite kommt und anonym bestellen könnt, ohne das es sich zurückverfolgen lässt ... Sicheres Bitcoin Wallet erstellen - Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitung - Electrum Deutsch Geldbeutel 🔒 - Duration: 9:07. Talerbox Invest Smart 143,315 views 9:07

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