Mark Brunnr wrote:...using the log scaling for one and linear for the other feels visually deceptive.
I was showing BTC and HEX in both, log and linear. Because new currency/stores of value are shaky at adoption, and either chart could be convincing.
Mark Brunnr wrote:...some will read as either "a great time to buy more" or as proof that it was a pump and dump scheme...
We boast about 1000 days uptime, because pump and dumps don't last through a bear market.
Mark Brunnr wrote:...very much like a pyramid or ponzi scheme...
When humans create store of value that rivals gold, and national currencies, it looks like a ponzi (when it is small). Maybe rivaling the national currency from which your project is born will always look like a ponzi? But HEX is a time deposit on the ETH blockchain. It is not meant to be used peer to peer.
Mark Brunnr wrote:what is that HEX X chart supposed to be showing?
I wanted to show what a 0 to 1,000x to 10,000x looks like on a linear scale chart. From 0 to 1,000 is small. From 1,000 to 10,000 is large.... but it's only a 10x. The smaller looking thing is a the 1,000x thing.