Entry Submitted Anonymously at 4:19 AM EST on November 15, 2016
I don't know whether anyone else saw this but after reading Yosef's post (see link above)
he wrote something interesting regarding the sovereign rate for the ZIM,
'ZIM sovereign values will reach well over six figures,...'
I am not focusing on the fact that Yosef stated in his post that the rate will reach six figures as such, but I'm more so interested in linking where the current posted and confirmed ZIM sovereign rate is at (<50,000 USN), and how long it took to get us to that rate, and how much longer from now it will take to go from circa. 50,000 USN to 100,000 USN?
Do you see why I am asking this question?
If the ZIM sovereign rate has to hit 100,000 USN before we get to exchange to have the possibility of exchanging the ZIM at the 6 figures level, did Yosef give us an insight that we have a little longer to wait before we can exchange?
Based on past performance, it would seem we have some time to go before the release.
Does this make sense to anyone else?
Yosef, perhaps your good self could clarify and shed light on this point that you wrote, in your 'Tough Love' post.
Thanks in advance