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Birch-coin may not be suitable for all accounts.
Birch-coins can be expensive but can be bought in smaller denominations:
- chips -- one-half of standard coin;
- slivers -- 1/1024rth of a standard coin; and,
- dust -- one-one-millionth of a standard coin.
The last option is often referred to as "saw-dust," as in "I saw dust but thought it was just gold so I ignored it. I was looking for birch-coin."
In addition to demand, supply is likely to be severely limited due to the fact that the spotted owl has pretty much decimated the "mining" of birch-coin in the far northwest.
Dot Plots suggest the birch-coin will peak in late 2023, but whether it's a transitory phenomenon or not is still open to question. The Federal Reserve says they will start talking about when they should start talking about possibly purchasing birch-coin assets.
George Soros has already shorted birch-coin.
Bill Gates lost his wood-pile of birch-coin to Melinda.
Jim Cramer says: "Back up the truck."
Jamie Dimon: "Finally, a worthy competitor to e-coin. We're getting out of cash and moving into wood piles."
Joe Biden: "Birch-coin? I like the aroma of wood in the morning but, c'mon man, we had this when I served in W-W-I."
Brian Williams: "Don't get ahead of us now, but we can do the math."
Warren Buffett: "Futures in birch-coin? Count me out."
Hillary: "Here, hold my beer."
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