A Visual Demo of the Future of Money: Zero Trust Digital Contracts

Reggie Middleton's picture

Bitcoin is highly volatile. It also experienced astonomical returns. That we all know. What I wanted to know was the true source of those returns. Some say it's speculation, some say is fundamentally derived. Most say things they have no business saying. I believe it's fair to say that bitcoin adoption will increase, and increase rapidly. It makes sense to believe said adoption will increase bitcoin's price. It's interesting in that history doesn't necessarily support that assumption though, as trading volume and daily returns have a low (or sometimes even negative) correlation.

Bitcoin trading Volume vs return correlation copy copy Bitcoin trading Volume vs return correlation copy copy

I believe I have amassed one of the biggest libraries of bitcoin investment and financial data available in a very short period of time. I will start distributing this data via forensic reports to all paying subscribers as of tomorrow. Professional and Institutional subscribers will recieve some very, very advanced trading strategies that I have discovered that appear to still be making some pretty big short term returns as well. They are not simple, they proffer more than a little risk, but they are capable of some very material returns.

On a different front, it is also widely known that bitocoin's high volatility hampers its use by many would be vendors and institutions. I have created a solution, which I have illustrated in the following video - a brief demo of the early code of our Zero Trust Currency Contracts and an explanation of what they do.

Those who are interested in getting in on our closed beta, please email me at reggie at boombustblog dot com. Paid subscribers to my blog (click here to subscribe) get first crack at the closed beta, but I'm accepting those who are influential in the industry - IT security and cryptographcy experts, corporate finance guys, traders, etc. as well as the high net worth crowd. I'm trying hard to get the beta rolled out today, but you know how this software development stuff goes. As of now, we're right on schedule for a beta release last week. :-)

Although this is a mere introduction, paying subscribers can catch a preview with File Icon Digital Currencies' Risks, Rewards & Returns - An Into Into Bitcoin Investing For Longer Term Horizons

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zipit's picture

Things like what he is talking about in the video can disrupt the status quo, but is Rgeigge the the one who can do it, and on his first try, at that?  Not to mention, the status quo never goes down without a fight.  Not to mention, this status quo owns the regulators and politicians.  It will pull out all the stops to keep it's golden-egg-laying goose alive and kicking. All the stops... up to and including.... everything it's got.

Godisanhftbot's picture

 reggie is da man, he figured it out.


 dont trade, sell hype to suckers.





Godisanhftbot's picture

yeah reggie, advanced strat.   here it is for FREE holmes.


buy dips, sell rallies. yo yo yo


slightlyskeptical's picture

This whole gambit rides on an assumption that I find unlikely.

That when events occur to the degree where a crypto or purely digital currency become the status quo currency, that there will still be a need for any of these trading strategies.

I think if you don't have it when the change occurs, you will find it extremely difficult to accumulate it after the fact. They will not let you earn this currency by simply throwing bits back and forth. They will want you to particpate in something meaningful before you get your   Zero Trust Currency Units.

Fuh Querada's picture

"very, very advanced trading strategies that I have discovered that appear to still be making some pretty big short term returns as well."

If they are so successful why do you need to hawk them ?

verbot's picture

Oh sorry, everyone still gets to fight tooth and nail over who is the issuer of record on these new developed systems but 4 quatloos for reggie..from now on we will say "the middleton Gambit" as an honor of his efforts....

verbot's picture

Verbot.exe.  ldmem...mem ldsarc..sarc..ldwit...module missing press any key to continue...

Finally! Somebody who knows basically what to do with a homebrew digital transfer service....

I like reggie tho...earnest folksy guy.. 

I told max keiser to do the same thing but he had a case of winkleitis at the time I suspect... now if everyone would just relax and let money be digital and free we can leave our crude base need for scarcity in all things..

AlsoDr.PCR admits on usa watchdog the whole entire system is criminal so go watch the episode!!!

madtechnician's picture

Reggie ,a lot of the peeps now here on ZH will never understand WTF you are talking about. Good luck posting to other sites where they will actually *Get It*. I have been a ZH peeper for 4 years , and trust me , this site is going down-hill rapidly.

NotApplicable's picture

Yeah, it seems they finally let you in.

oddjob's picture

 ..but I'm accepting those who are influential in the industry

I bet you are too.

alien-IQ's picture

It's hard to trust the intellect of a man who can't spell.

Perhaps Reggie should consider attending "The Derek Zoolander School for Kids who can't Read Good and want to learn how to do other things good too."

geno-econ's picture

Reggie happens to speak eight languages, English the most better

Grosvenor Pkwy's picture

It's not just any spelling error, it's the name of his own personal earth-shaking can't-lose-on-this-one financial-wizards-only invention.

madtechnician's picture

So you base intellect on spelling ability ? That shows how much intellect you posess , it has been proven that most spelling mstkes on computers are becasue of shite keyboards and fst typing not spelling ability you moron.

alien-IQ's picture

Oh really? It's the keyboard? I see. I guess it's true...a bad carpenter always blames his tools.

Skateboarder's picture

Just like a bad skateboarder always blames his board. Story remains the same. ;-)

madtechnician's picture

For somebody with your user handle I am surprised at your low-IQ comment. You have obvisouly *never* made a single spelling mistak in yor life hav yo ? I suppose you never made a singl mistake ever , driving your car , bringing u your kids , shagging funny birds , getting pissed ,  fucking , in school lesson as well , never , ever  , absolutely perfect fucking person arent you !! Yeah wehatever , your perfect alien-IQ squares right upto your true IQ ?? You let down any Aliens on this planet for sure. And Yes if I just had a single brain cell theh it would agree with your single brain cell as well.

NaN's picture

Fix the title: Contracts not Contacts.

ebworthen's picture

Agree, and it's wrong in the title header of the YouTube video as well.

Fuh Querada's picture

Become a MEMBER !

ebworthen's picture

"Zero Trust Currency Contracts" or

"Zero Trust Digital Contacts" (missing the "r" in "contracts"?).

I would suggest taking "zero trust" out of the name, doesn't sound good.

How about "General Public License Currency Contracts" along this line?:


NaN's picture

Zero Trust has a very specific meaning that has no popular substitute. It is appropriate before crossing the chasm to mainstream. Cryptoheads won't pay any attention unless you use their terminology.

Manthong's picture

Zero trust..

Appropriate on so many levels in todays economy.

Worthy meme in crypto currencies.

RaceToTheBottom's picture

Is it insane that I check my rings, watch, and wallet when I read this guy?

Sofa King Confused's picture

Where were you when Bitcoin was a dolla?

madtechnician's picture

Reverse the question - where where YOU when bitcoin was 1 cent ?

oddjob's picture

I'd guess he was learning dry humor, try it sometime.

Skateboarder's picture

I know where I was when BTC was one cent. Yep. Lawrence Expressway, one of the ventricles of the heart of Silicon Valley. There's always been a BTC billboard there. Jillions of tech employees have passed by that shit every single day since BTC came out. And after a couple of years the billboard changed. It changed again recently, just before BTC had its exponential hockey stick. Guess what the latest billboard says? "Bitcoin. The honey badger of currencies." Those once unaware commuters must now be thinking "shucks, I should've paid attention to that sign all this time!"

There's also been a billboard for an electronics trading company that takes bitcoins. Shit's been there forever too.

BTC comes BTC goes, cryptos come, cryptos go, algos come, algos go. PMs are forever, until lost in a boating accident or confiscated (from cold dead hands).

chumbawamba's picture

You're in Sillycon Valley?  Let's hook up!

Come to the chatroom.