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Titanium Infrastructure Services is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform that allows entire IT enterprises to be hosted on the Ethereum blockchain, e.g., Firewalls, Load-Balancers, Routers, Switches, Servers, Desktops, and more. TBIS is an ERC20 token and will not be the only means of paying for products and services within the TBIS ecosystem. T
Genesis Date: 2017-01-12
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|Algorithm||Upated: 1 year ago|
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IrixGuy's Coin Reviews - https://goo.gl/doQrAu A coin is a form of currency that is issued by a government. It had a face value. A round looks like a coin but has ....
- Unfortunately coins never resell for the average joe. Just buy cheapest silver U never get the premium when u sell on coins. Try selling a coin and see
- I began my stack with a roll of twenty 1 ozt American Gold Eagles in 2008. I also stack silver quite a bit and occasionally buy 1/4 ozt Canadian Maple Leafs as well.I have never bought a bar in my life!My strategy is to stack silver coins (ASEs, CMLs, Junk) for low-end transactions after an economic crisis/reset/SHTF and stack gold coins (AGEs, CMLs) for the larger reserve of wealth that can be converted back to silver for transactions. There’s never a space or transportation issue with this strategy. It makes no sense in my mind to buy a HUGE silver bar instead of a gold coin. Large bars are too likely to be counterfeited, and I’m more than willing to pay a little more premium for crucial recognizability during a crisis.Ask yourself this question, and be honest: When the SHTF (and it eventually will), would you as readily take my no-name, strange-looking 1 ozt bar of gold or silver, as you would my 1 ozt American gold or silver Eagle? Or my 1 ozt Canadian Gold or silver Maple Leaf? Or my 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar?? No way!Spend your fiat on low premium COINS!
- I am a stacker, not a collecter. I buy generic bullion rounds period. Why pay higher premiums? When the shtf happens, silver is silver. Nobody will care about fancy bullion. I also buy constitutional coins when i can get them at 35 cents above spot or less, for the sole reason of owning fractional silver as well. "Pretty" coins are nice, but the markup on them is a waste of money in the long run. My advice is to buy "cheap". Don't get caught up in the ridiculous habit of buying the latest government bullion silver. In the long run, it is a waste. This is coming from a "stackers" way of seeing things. Many people may disagree with my way of thinking and that's ok... Just putting my knowledge out there to try to help newcomers to our community. Good luck to you all and God bless you!
- I feeling so sleepy now.