Posts Tagged ‘Coins’

  • Corruption and Change Hit the British Pound

    02.03.2018 • United KingdomComments Off on Corruption and Change Hit the British Pound

    The corruption of currency is seen as the action of an empire that is in decline. The declining value of fiat currency due to inflation is seen as the modern equivalent of this. Our currencies are being debased, but not in terms of a lower gold content, but

  • The Typo That Cost Me £881

    03.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The Typo That Cost Me £881

    n 21 September I bought 244 vertcoin at £0.78. A couple of days later I decided to transfer my coins off the exchange… and that’s where the trouble started...

  • The Ban on “Bin Ladens” Is Only the Beginning

    05.10.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The Ban on “Bin Ladens” Is Only the Beginning

    Hated for the privacy it provides, and labelled as a favourite of tax evaders and organised criminals, physical cash is firmly in the crosshairs of the deep state – but it’s not dead yet. And before it dies, we may see money unlike we’ve seen in living

  • CORION Is the New Cryptocurrency for the Average Joe

    03.08.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on CORION Is the New Cryptocurrency for the Average Joe

    Bitcoin is currently trading at far more than double its January price – and other cryptocurrencies have done far better...but will this new firm's crypto reap the same profits?

  • Your Simple Guide to Investing in Gold

    07.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Your Simple Guide to Investing in Gold

    Gold can be a very useful way to diversify your portfolio. It’s relatively rare, and its value often doesn’t move in line with other assets such as equities or property.At Capital & Conflict, we’ve said that gold provides insurance for your

  • The Best Time to Buy Gold is January

    06.01.2017 • Gold and Natural Resources

    By Julien Backhaus – Wealth Protection Today (Germany) – In the first hours of the new year, stock prices rose again. A nice feeling for all shareholders, while many other investors are envious. If you own gold, for example, you have