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How To Buy Proof of Stake Cryptocurrency DNotes, on NLexch

https://www.nlexch.com/ It is recommended that you immediately enable two factor authentication (2FA) upon logging in. You may also voluntarily provide more comprehensive  identification details to further reduce the chances of your funds being compromised...

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5 Reasons For And Against Investing In Cryptocurrency

5 Reasons To Invest In Cryptocurrency 1) You could play a role in the development of a concept that has the potential to change the world more than the internet. 2) It is difficult for most people to pick winners in the early stages of an industry's development, but...

Investment Fraud & Schemes

It may seem like the obvious target of investment scams would be seniors and those without investment knowledge. The truth is however, that no one is immune to investment fraud, as witnessed by the number of wealthy and educated investors that believed in...

Online Security and Fraud Protection

Digital currencies, sometimes explained as "internet money", has brought an urgency for network security that few may be prepared for. Since everything done today that involves money, is at some point online and at risk, DNotesEDU has included a security...

Investment Allocation by Risk Level

When most people think of investment risk, they may naturally think of the ones with a level of high risk only. All investments involve risk! The greatest risk of so called ‘safe’ investments, is their loss of value due to inflation. Let’s say you found a...

Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency Investing: Part 1 – Education

Successful investing requires work, yet many people put no more effort into choosing a cryptocurrency than they do in picking a lottery ticket. They listen to what media correspondents have to say, many of whom are just discovering bitcoin themselves. They...

‘Broke By Coffee’ Was Never About The Coffee

There have been several articles and blog posts lately attacking the 'Starbucks makes you broke', and other 'give up coffee and save money' advice. There are those that like to debunk anything that appears to pass judgement on any of their habits or indulgences, and...

DNotes Global, Inc. Announces Release of DNotes 2.0

Originally Published By DNotes DNotes Global, Inc. today announced the production release of its DNotes 2.0 digital currency. The launch comes in the wake of a pre-release on March 18, 2018, and a successful period of alpha testing. The upgraded coin is...

Your Retirement & The High Cost of Procrastination

“One third of adults in the United States have no retirement savings at all, and according to Bankrate.com, the figure is even worse for people age 18 to 29 (millennials) with 69% having nothing saved. This is very troublesome as it is this age group who...

Risk Reduction Strategies in Cryptocurrency Investing: Part 4 – Dollar Cost Averaging

If there is one thing that panics new investors in cryptocurrency, it is the wild swings in price. Since most people enter the market when it has risen substantially, they are often unprepared for the stomach turning drop in price that usually comes after...

Your Financial Reputation

The terms credit score and credit rating are tossed around so much, they may be losing their effectiveness. Does the statement "You have a bad financial reputation" get the point across a little better? What does it all mean? Having a good financial reputation may not...

Fraud Prevention – Falling for the Big Win

A phone call or email arrives with the news you have won the lottery, a trip, a contest, or some other prize - wow! The problem is, if you never bought a ticket or entered a draw for this windfall, it is likely a scam. The fraud is confirmed as soon as...

Government Benefits for Seniors in the United States – Social Security

There is a lot of doubt as to the long term viability of the Social Security program, but for now it provides financial security for millions of Americans that are retired or disabled. It can also be an economic lifeline to their family and/or ex-spouses....

Has The Definition Of Savings Changed For The Average Person?

There was a time when savings used to refer to the amount of money you had accumulated, and you bought only what was needed when you could afford it. The older generations may remember the days of a 'rainy day fund', but the rest of us have grown up in a deceptive,...

Are You Loan Smart?

Unless you were born a trust fund baby, it is virtually impossible to go through life without borrowing money. The decisions you make when taking on debt will have a deciding factor on how much gold, if any, is waiting for you at the end of your rainbow. Every loan...

Fraud Prevention – True Love or Romance Scam?

Warning - The new love of your life found online could be a creepy con artist, or part of organized criminal network. These masters of manipulation work quickly to gain your trust along with the keys to your heart and bank account. Online dating sites are...

Protecting Your Cryptocurrency – What Is the Best Bitcoin Wallet for You?

Originally Posted on Digital Currency Executive Brief   Understanding is Safer than Following Steps There are many tutorials online that will take you through the process of securing your wallet, step-by-step – and many of them are quite useful in that...

Why Coin Age Matters in Cryptocurrency

When most people hear about the 1600 cryptocurrencies and ICO tokens listed on CoinMarketCap, they assume that number includes every one ever launched. This assumption may come after they scroll down to the end and notice hundreds that have no marketcap...

Key Points: How Normal People Get Involved in Cryptocurrency

  Although there are a variety of ways to get involved in cryptocurrency, there are just as many ways that new users get scammed. With the promise of big returns, it's easy to lose sight of the bigger picture and forego all common sense. This brief guide will show you...

The Unbanked Lifestyle – Cryptocurrency and Cash Combo Increasing In Popularity

For decades various organizations around the world have been working diligently to bring banking services to the unbanked billions. The global spread of mobile phone access and advances in fintech innovation are laying the groundwork for great strides to be made in...

Cryptocurrency Education Week

As part of Financial Literacy Month in the United States, DNotesEDU will be hosting Cryptocurrency Education Week from April 8th - 14th, 2018.   The goal is to raise awareness of the need for free, accurate, and unbiased introductory educational material...

Why Coin Age Matters in Cryptocurrency

When most people hear about the 1600 cryptocurrencies and ICO tokens listed on CoinMarketCap, they assume that number includes every one ever launched. This assumption may come after they scroll down to the end and notice hundreds that have no marketcap...

How The Easter Bunny Found Bitcoin

On March 23, 2008, Edward Bunny, a.k.a. the Easter Bunny, made a delivery that would change his life forever. A staunch traditionalist and dedicated professional, he was going to do something that morning that was so out of character, it was unbelievable...

Fraud Prevention – Falling for the Big Win

A phone call or email arrives with the news you have won the lottery, a trip, a contest, or some other prize - wow! The problem is, if you never bought a ticket or entered a draw for this windfall, it is likely a scam. The fraud is confirmed as soon as...

Online Security and Fraud Protection

Digital currencies, sometimes explained as "internet money", has brought an urgency for network security that few may be prepared for. Since everything done today that involves money, is at some point online and at risk, DNotesEDU has included a security...

Investment Fraud & Schemes

It may seem like the obvious target of investment scams would be seniors and those without investment knowledge. The truth is however, that no one is immune to investment fraud, as witnessed by the number of wealthy and educated investors that believed in...

Fraud Prevention – Scamming the Sick

Targeting those that are already suffering with various health issues is absolutely shameful, even for a criminal. A desperation to feel better or look better can lure people into falling for so-called miracle cures, effortless weight loss, and all sorts...

Your Financial Reputation

The terms credit score and credit rating are tossed around so much, they may be losing their effectiveness. Does the statement "You have a bad financial reputation" get the point across a little better? What does it all mean? Having a good financial reputation may not...

Introduction to Retirement Plans

Employer Sponsored Pension Plans A lot of people are counting on their workplace pensions to make up the majority of their retirement funding. The most common employer sponsored pensions will fall into one of the following two categories. ⦁ A defined benefit means you...

The Hunt for Your Data

For many of us our job or business requires us to be online, whereas for others it is simply a social ‘fix’, but we all have one thing in common. Our personal and financial data is online and at risk if we don’t follow strict security practises. Even the...

How to Choose a Cryptocurrency Exchange?

Not all exchanges are created equal. Some only list bitcoin and possibly a few other cryptocurrencies, while others may have over a hundred listings. There are exchanges that allow you to fund your account (often meaning to buy bitcoin first) using one or...

Free Cryptocurrency Trading Simulator

There is a lot to learn just covering the basics of cryptocurrency and how to buy your first bitcoin. Even though you may have told yourself you can handle the risk and volatility, when you finally attempt trading cryptocurrency on an exchange, your...

What are Bitcoin Futures?

In case you thought the whole concept of bitcoin was already too difficult to grasp for the average person, it is about to make friends with traditional financial products that very few people understand. Cboe Global Markets will be launching bitcoin futures trading...

Is The Bank Of Canada Holding Your Bank Account?

If you have a bank account that has seen no activity in the last ten years, it may be in the possession of the Bank of Canada (BoC). This also applies to other Canadian dollar financial instruments issued by a regulated bank or trust company, including term deposits,...

Programmed to Spend

April is Financial Literacy Month in the United States, and since its inception in 2004, it has raised public awareness and focused attention on the need for, and current lack of, financial education. While most of this is directed at students, there is a dire need...