A question neither from nor about Pleiadeans. As many of you readers already know, messages can be sent anonymously. Often enough I get one that makes me laugh out loud and perhaps you, too. Today was such a day; get a load of this comedian:
Name: Played Ian 😅 at email@example.com 🤣
The Committee must weigh in on such questions: They reply:
"The existence of crypto currencies is a distraction and for some holders, a manipulated hedge designed for extraction of significant speculative gain. Such arbitrageurs are hedged against loss to a great degree, at the expense of the hopeful, innocent investor.
The evidence proving this fact is how the cryptocurrencies are always quoted in units of a government produced, government issued currency. Why is not the Euro's value quoted in how many Bitcoin it will purchase?
If you are attracted to the possible gains and hope you might realize some, proceed with the knowledge that you are entering a rigged casino which operates as legitimate. This appearance is achieved through bona fide legitimacy, until bona fide cryptocurrency holders withdraw and set off a collapse or drop. Some holders might never know that speculation indeed was."