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Crypto Currencies, and the next big thing

Discussion in 'Forex and Cryptocurrencies' started by cryptoman, Jun 7, 2017.

  1. DB008

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    This is what I have been saying all along. We are at the beginning of crypto/digital currencies







     
  2. BlownAccount

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    Hi all,

    Anyone come across the 2blokes trading podcast with the developer of yeild coin and a pre ico offering. Apparently the wallet can transfor fiat. At 2c a coin i may just take a small punt. That could be what there all about..could be a pump and dump. Any thoughts?
    Cheers
     
  3. OmegaTrader

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    pdf versions..

    Interesting jobs.

    finder.com.au yeahhh
     
  4. OmegaTrader

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  5. noirua

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    LionsGold PLC (AIM: LION) CEO Cameron Parry - Investor Evening
     
  6. noirua

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    Walmart Thinks Big With New Crypto Based Smart Grid Patent
    June 16, 2018
    https://cryptodisrupt.com/walmart-thinks-big-with-new-crypto-based-smart-grid-patent/

    While Bitcoin was busy putting in its record highs last December, Walmart was looking for ways to make blockchain an integral part of the electrical infrastructure. The US Patent Office recently revealed Walmart’s patent application for a system that would use IoT technology, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies to make the electrical grid much more efficient.
     
  8. noirua

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    I should point out that GoldBloc is not a crypto currency - it is a gold backed digital currency. It is a gold backed payments card, owners actually hold their own gold, and therefore it fluctuates in value by the price of gold. The card will be able to be used in stores to purchase items or services to the value depending on its currency conversion to the price of gold at the moment it is used. It can of course be used in any currency once the card is fully rolled out.

    The first card is due to be released this month in the UK through Mastercard. However, it is not a Mastercard credit card. It will be later released in India and beyond.

    Owners of GoldBloc are the UK AIM quoted company Lionsgold AIM:LION. The company is presently suspended under AIM rule 14 due to a reverse takeover of Trac Technology Limited. The quotation will be restored in September 2018.

    Lionsgold (LON: LION), the AIM quoted company focused on the exploration, production and retail application of physical gold, including the development of the digital currency Goldbloc, is pleased to report that its share-for-share offer to the other shareholders of TRAC Technology Ltd ("TRAC") has been concluded with 100% acceptance and Lionsgold is now the 100% owner of TRAC and Goldbloc.

    http://www.lionsgold.com



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  9. greggles

    greggles I'll be back!

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    moXJO menace to society

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    greggles I'll be back!

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    moXJO menace to society

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    Super paranoid about privacy but he also loves the attention. I must admit to following his antics though. As crazy as he may be, he's a successful guy who has lived life on his own terms and done it in an interesting and original way. The world needs the John McAfee's to add some colour to the palette.

    The world would be a very boring place if it was filled with accountants and lawyers (not that I have anything against accountants and lawyers ;))
     
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    Good short documentary (25 mins) on John McAfee by Journeyman Pictures.

     
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    Ouch, all of them.
     
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    Who could have possibly seen this coming??!!
     
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    It was among the more obvious bubbles I've ever witnessed most definitely. All the classic signs were there.

    What does concern me is the broader implications of the "everything down all at once" event we're seeing unfold. Stocks, oil, cryptos all down all at once.
     
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    This is interesting....

    I think the FBI has come out and said Monero can't be traced because of their Ring Signatures/CT and stealth addresses.

    More info here...https://www.getmonero.org/


    Wife of Norwegian billionaire kidnapped – ransom to be
    paid in monero

    Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen, the wife of the Norwegian billionaire Tom Hagen, is missing in what is suspected to be a kidnapping. Now, someone claiming to be the kidnapper demands a ransom to be paid in the cryptocurrency monero.

    Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen, the wife of the Norwegian billionaire Tom Hagen, has been missing since late October last year. The Norwegian police have been investigating it as a kidnapping, and now it seems like their fears have come true.

    According to the Norwegian newspapers Romerikes Blad and VG, someone claiming to be the kidnapper has demanded a ransom of nine million euros (approximately $10.3 million) to release Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik.​

    Ransom to be paid in monero

    The kidnappers allegedly have demanded that the ransom is paid in the anonymous cryptocurrency monero, since its transaction history is completely hidden. This is in contrast to many other cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.

    Tom Hagen is ranked as the 172nd richest person in Norway, according to a list published by the Norwegian financial newspaper Kapital. In 2018, the estimated fortune of Hagen was just over 1,7 billion Norwegian kroner (approximately $200 million), earned mainly from electricity speculation.​

     
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