Friday , 20 April 2018


Currencies

Bitcoin: the Ins and Outs Of Everyday Use & What the Future Holds

Bitcoin is a decentralized, global, peer-to-peer, digital, online currency but, that said, most are unsure whether or not it is the future of currency and unaware of the potentially massive impacts this crypto-currency holds. The infographic below shows you the ins and outs of everyday Bitcoin use as a way to save money and provide more autonomy in your financial transactions.

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Which Has More Upside: Bitcoin or Gold?

For thousands of years, gold has been the international currency, and for good reason. Gold is a substance that is in high demand and there is a finite amount that can be produced. Bitcoin, through cryptography, was created on these very principles. Bitcoin must be mined, is in high demand, and there is only a finite amount that is available – just like gold. Let's take a closer look at the relationship between bitcoin and gold in this extremely informative infographic.

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Noonan: U.S. Debt & the Expected Movement in the Price of Gold & Silver

This article is a brief overview of how the U.S. government has come to be usurped by a banking cartel that controls government, media, corporations, etc. all because of their control over the money supply in the Western world and, understandably, why they are desperate to keep their Ponzi scheme from unraveling and being jettisoned in favor of gold and silver and concludes with a look at what the charts have to say about the future movement in both gold and silver.

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Will May 20th Go Down In History As the Day the U.S. “Petrodollar” Monopoly Was Finally Shattered?

The struggle over Ukraine has caused Russia to completely re-evaluate the financial relationship that it has with the United States. If it starts trading a lot of oil and natural gas for currencies other than the U.S. dollar, that will be a massive blow for the petrodollar, and it could end up dramatically - and negatively - impacting the average American's current standard of living. Let me explain.

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