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Anyone who has been a member of this sub for a long time is familiar with proof of job, proof of stake, and premined coins that are later distributed. I’m not here to start a debate about which method of distributing coins and maintaining a blockchain is the safest and most effective. What “hypothetical” methods of continuing to produce coins that are close to proof of work/proof of stake can you recommend? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ4ea5NNqcg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ4ea5NNqcg – Linus, for example, discusses a crypto that can be mined using hard drives. Let’s pretend I’m the owner of a restaurant called “Sarge’s Sloppy Joes.” I want to create a cryptocurrency with a 20 million maximum limit. Any time someone eats at my house, they receive a portion of the supply, and let’s assume for the sake of argument that if I don’t exhaust the full supply in 10 years, all of the coins will be “burned.” What would be the most effective method of “minting” the token/crypto? I don’t agree with Dlive’s business model because Dlive owns 99 percent of the total stock. 12 responses Upvoted by sharesavehidereport43% This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Entire silver industry is wiped out: online precious metals

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Bought some first majestic silver corp. (shares & silver

My grandfather died in 2012, and I recently learned of an inheritance that had not yet been allocated to me.

The coin cabal sale #1 – 12/11 reddit sale

I was given a box with around 15-20 coin sets the last time I visited my dad. The majority of these collections are US Mint silver coins, and they are all in their original plastic cases in collectors boxes. Some of the sets seem to have been purchased in a gift store, while others seem to belong in a museum. When they were appraised in 2012, I was told that their worth was about $15,000. I have no idea how much they are worth today or how I will go about getting them appraised. I did some research on silver prices and the demand for selling mint coins. I couldn’t find any straightforward details about whether the value of mint coins is dependent or independent of the silver bullion market anywhere I looked. I’m aware that silver prices have plummeted in the last decade, but I’m not sure what the best course of action for these coins is. Right now, I’m torn between three possibilities: – Sell them and bring the proceeds into a savings account. – Do nothing and wait for silver prices to rise above $20 per ounce. – Half will be sold, and the other half will be kept. I consider myself to be reasonably financially literate, but I have little experience with mint coins or the precious metal market, so any advice will be greatly appreciated. a total of 7 comments 100 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Tiktok pumps dogecoin cryptocurrency | ðoge going to $1

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The us’ terrible mistake of selling $1 coins for $1

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Silver squeeze – what’s going on in the silver market right

Please like, share, and follow u/eurocentiem on social media. commentssharesave2 r/MintCoin20 2 days ago 2 days ago 2 days ago 2 days ago 2 days ago 2 days ago 2 Torrenting, seeding, boosting, and sending my first 500K MINT to my MintCoin Wallet : P
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1966 quarter worth money – how much is it worth and why

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1 oz. gold american buffalo coin

I’m not sure if this is a smart idea. In April, the rather divisive black liberty coin will be issued. Because of its unpopularity, I expect it to have a low mintage. So, do you think this is a good plan? However, I normally trade stocks, so maybe I could stick to making money from the stock market; I’m not sure how long I’d have to wait for it to appreciate in value. 3 responses 92 percent sharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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