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  1. It's no different than having digital money in a bank Flo. The banks can only cover a small portion of our money in our accounts with cash. That's why anything over $10,000 takes a while to get in cash and why the banks do not like to disburse that much cash to individuals even if we supposedly "own" it. If the banks fail we are only covered for a certain amount by the FDIC in each account. With cryptos as long as you keep your recovery passwords/keys/ect. you will always be able to recover it even if the internet temporarily goes down. Being brave and being first on a trend can yield great rewards. This is why the risk takers get rich and the rich stay rich and everyone else stays poor. I've been doing research on cryptos for over 2 years now and have been doing a lot of trading so I feel confident about my statements. Fidelity and the other financial big wigs would not be getting in right now like they are and like they have been if cryptos were not going to be the future of currency. Do what you will but don't knock it when someone tells you something that they know when they've asked the same questions to and have found the answers to. Biggest thing with crypto right now is do not forget, lose, or destroy the passwords or you lost all your coins forever. Once the investment firms work on custody issues and get insurance to protect them they will start buying/selling/trading cryptos for clients and this is when the institutional money will come in and there will be highs never seen before in crypto. The big wigs have been buying in this whole year while things are low and setting themselves up for success. This year has been the year to accumulate cryptos. Again this is all in my opinion but that's my beliefs on things.
  2. Look at the latest "Crypto for the people" video on YouTube. It's pretty good.
  3. You can't turn it all off... just like you can't turn off the internet. The codes that make up the cryptos are permanent.
  4. The dollar is only backed by faith in our governments ability to pay it's debts. It really isn't backed by anything. It keeps devaluing year after year and our government is just letting it happen slowly until it finds another solution because fiat currencies only usually last around 47 years until inflation gets too high. Our government can keep printing as many dollars as it wants to making our currency worth less and less over the years. Bitcoin is digital. The codes will always be in the system. It's value is also backed by the faith that people put into that system.... but there will only be a certain amount of Bitcoin ever made. Less than 1% of the population owns Bitcoin currently. Only a very small percentage of the world's population will ever be able to own the total amount of Bitcoin that will ever be made. Bitcoin is continually upgrading it's technology to be a relevant store of value and as the years go on and the more people that want Bitcoin will make the price rise. Eventually the rich supposedly will be clamoring to own 1 Bitcoin and there are many speculations saying in 10 years from now 1 Bitcoin may be worth from $10 million to $100 million. Not financial advice from me but I feel like taking a risk on it sounds good to me. Supposedly owning 28% of a Bitcoin will put you in the 1% someday but who really knows.
  5. Haha.... I had a feeling it was you DT. 😉
  6. This better not be any of you guys! All joking aside, if you sell Dinar on EBay make sure you use a company that uses tracking information. I sold a thousand dollars worth of Dinar on EBay, the buyer gave positive feedback and said "thanks" after it was shipped to him, then he called his bank and said he never remembered making the purchase and the bank took my money out of my husbands and my paypal account so now I have a dispute with this "gentleman" over this but we have all the proof that he recieved the dinar so he is basically trying to steal my dinar and my money. I think Paypal will side with us since we have proof he recieved the dinar and proof that he was happy when he recieved it but geesh... I should not have to deal with this and yes the dinar was authentic. I don't want the dinar back from them because I have no proof that it will be the real deal coming back to me but I do want the money he paid me for them.
  7. So does that mean they will be worth .84 cents each? Multiply .00084 times 1000
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    CBI Tells Mnt Goat No RI/RV No Deal.

    I don't know why someone negged you but it wasn't me.
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    CBI Tells Mnt Goat No RI/RV No Deal.

    She's always said that She has a contact at the CBI.
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    IRS

    I am a trucker and we have the "keep trucking" app. May want to look that up. It's a log book. It tracks everything but that way if you get audited it has all your info stored in it like your start mileage, where you are when you start according to GPS location, where you stop on a rest break, where you deliver, ect.... but us truckers have to follow certain break times and certain laws when it comes to 10 hour breaks, ect. Don't think you have to go by those rules do you so it may not work for you I guess.
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    Delta

    I had the best Italian salad with Italian vinaigrette house dressing and broasted wings dipped in buffalo sauce with iced tea for lunch, freshly baked zucchini walnut bread for a snack, grilled venison with maple brown sugar glaze for dinner with water, and a part of a calzone and a fresh local peach for a midnight snack. Lol. I started out healthier and ended up indulging myself by the end of the day. 😋
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