Monthly Archives: June 2014

A proliferation of stakes

I’ve owned a stake in the up and coming New Economy Movement (NEM) coin for several months now. Although I am not interested in selling my stake, I am happy to report that it is now trading for 26,500 NXT, … Continue reading

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When crypto wasn’t cool

2010 was the year I studied and dabbled into affiliate marketing. I can speak and write quite authoritatively about how it’s done, or at least how it was done four years ago, but I haven’t been all that successful with … Continue reading

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Decentralized trading: the Next frontier

My latest adventure began a few days ago when I conducted my routine check of UtopianFuture’s most recent posts on the Bitcoin Forum. The main piece of information I’m always after with these checks is an approximate launch time for … Continue reading

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And the Next price recovers

Fortunately the aforementioned Next price collapse did not last long. By the time I found my 173 NXT in my Cryptsy account the morning after I sent them, the price had completely recovered and I quickly sold them off at … Continue reading

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A Next workaround

My 400,000+ Devcoins finally did make their way to my CryptoStocks wallet, and I loaded up on more shares of VirtualMining. It was nothing more than a case of delayed confirmation, which seems to happen every so often with Devcoins. … Continue reading

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Drama and long term investments in Cryptoland

The cryptoworld is never short of ups and downs and drama, and my little corner is no exception. Here are just a few highlights from the past week, and mostly today. CryptoStocks issues I am just about fed up with … Continue reading

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