Now it’s not the moment and it is.

 

The BSX reports that it has been a good week for the Brooklyn Torch and Tumín alternative currencies in relation to the Digital Material Sunflower, as well as to the Sunflower seed bonds. The recommendation is to sell the Brooklyn Torches as it might be reaching a high and convert it into DMS.

On the other side of the coin, the New York MLB Consumption Co-op just paid almost 50% of its 2018 seat fees, so if you are to trade a title their value has suffered a steep decline, until next year. The moment to sell and make a profit just passed. The recommendation is to hold for the next 6 months, if that’s something you can afford to do.

The Winners: 

39,743.82
No
Sell
Sunflower Seeds Bond
10,585.10
No
Hold
2,240.51
No
Hold

The Losers:

347.37
No
Hold
3.70
No
Hold

Cruel summer.

 

Summer hasn’t been all that kind to the Digital Material Sunflower nano-macro economy, as there hasn’t been much emphasis on inter-node and translocal trade, and more on other sort of digital labor, such as Comparte Digital.

We can also see that unless radical measures are taken to combat inertia more of this can be expected.  In the meantime, the exchange rate at the beginning of the week, its the following:

1 Digital Material Sunflowers =
Second Life L$ 0.01

100 Digital Material Sunflowers =
$ 0.003 Brooklyn Torches
$ 0.04 Tumines
Second Life L$ 0.62

1,000 Digital Material Sunflowers =
$ 0.03 Brooklyn Torches
$ 0.45 Tumines
Second Life L$ 6.17

5,000 Digital Material Sunflowers =
$ 0.13 Brooklyn Torches
$ 2.23 Tumines
Second Life L$ 30.83