NEO – Pete the Cooler’s Crypto Financial Acronym of the Week

For all you (we) fanatics of crypto currency, Bitcoin, Neo, and other alt coins, I’m expanding my Financial Acronym of the Week series to include crypto-related financial acronyms! As you may know, Pete the Cooler enjoys using financial acronyms to shorten complicated financial terms, just like the big boys of the financial world do so each week I introduce new terms. It sounds so slick, suave, and sophisticated to rattle off a bunch of terms to show your superior financial intellect. I recently introduced you to the truest meaning of ICO. For all the cryptocurrency diehards and Bitcoin bloggers, today I will teach you the meaning of NEO.

You know by now that I recommend maintaining a forced power pose while using these terms to ensure that others submit to your prowess or mistakenly assume you are a maniacal overlord scheming for world domination, before they return to Facebook (#DeleteFacebook) and Twitter to their own future detriment.

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I’m going to waive that rule for the crypto financial acronym series, since mostly you will use this term from behind a computer so nobody will see you unless you are a super geek chatting with a webcam or you are the last one to realize you can be spied on through your own webcam and you haven’t put tape over the lens.

Financial Acronyms – NEO

So the truest meaning of the term NEO is: Never Ending Optimism (NEO). This illustrates the unbreakable (some may say blind) faith in a more positive future asset value.

Using it in a sentence looks like this: Despite many significant flags, including being highly centralized, limited smart contract volume and dragging transaction speed – not to mention the recent DeAD to the point of REKT, many buyers and HODLers STILL have NEO for NEO.

Those sneaker-shoe guys in the basement chewing on Xanax will start using this one for sure.

And, there are a lot more jewels where that came from. I’ll keep rolling out financial acronyms weekly (or so) as we go down this PtC rabbit hole together.

 

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