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Community Voice Responses: Sept. 17, 2019

From the August 23 Numismatic News E-Letter Are Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies a threat to the coin collecting hobby? Here are some answers sent in from our E-Newsletter readers   No. The more people are satisfied with fake coins, the … Continue reading

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Cash is still king- for terrorists

The Rand Corporation recently released a 99-page report on three areas of terrorist financing. These address receipt, management, and spending. One of the conclusions of the report is that privacy coins are conveniently private when storing wealth. Privacy coins are … Continue reading

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Is Online Collecting Next?

Coin collectors are used to being able to see, touch, and examine their coins. They can share their coins with others. They can belong to clubs. They can visit coin shows. They can bid at auctions. The stuff is physical. … Continue reading

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2019 will be a year to please us all

Should I throw caution to the winds for my 2019 forecasts? I decided I should. Volatility is the name of the game these days as the future looks more and more uncertain. Uncertainty means gold should be a winner. My … Continue reading

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Getting poorer with Bitcoin

Is it time to boast yet? Actually, I wouldn’t boast, but it is time for an annual review of Bitcoin. You know Bitcoin. It is a cryptocurrency. It has no intrinsic value. There is no gold or silver behind it. … Continue reading

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