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Coin Analysis - Auscoin

Welcome to our first coin analysis! Today’s coin is Australia’s own Auscoin, founded by Sam Karagiozis, a successful entrepreneur. The company has a highly experienced and successful team across the board, with many of the members having years of experience. 637 more words

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bitcoin additional thoughts and a great comic

Extending from an earlier post on bitcoin thoughts … Finding an exchange is tricksy as they could dissapear overnight, so many cryptocurrencies are dropping value, yet companies and governments are weighing in on the issues surroudning CCs – like implementing taxation guidelines for virtual goods. 470 more words

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Warren Buffett Has A Bold Answer On Whether You Should Invest In Bitcoin Now

(Source: www.inc.com)

You probably saw some of the heat investor Warren Buffett caught for saying he is not, and never will be, an investor in cryptocurrencies: “We don’t own any. 769 more words

Money Matters

Decentralization: why is it important?

The most common definition for Bitcoin would be “A Decentralized digital currency to transfer funds over the internet”. What is decentralization? Why is centralization bad? 554 more words

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19 Jan 2018 (AFR) - Aussie dollar tops US80¢ to hit four-month high as Wall Street frets

(19 January 2018, AFR, p29, by Patrick Commins)

‘The Australian dollar pushed above US80¢ early on Thursday, extending a powerful upswing in the currency that has seen it climb US5¢ in a little over a month. 28 more words

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Lindsey Williams Global Currency Reset - DVD

Lindsey Williams Global Currency Reset Dominick Giammarino The greatest event in the financial world in the past 1,000 years is about to take place. Two hundred and four nations have agreed with the IMF (International Monetary Fund) to reset their currency. 8 more words

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Should You Pay in Local Or Home Currency When Traveling?

(Source: www.forbes.com)

Local or home currency? Euros or dollars? If you’ve travelled abroad recently, you’re often asked this question when paying by credit card. 638 more words

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