[WTS] 9.46 oz Canadian junk @ spot, 1853 & 1871 S seated liberty half dollars, 3 oz vintage rounds, $7.5 FV Walkers, Kennedy’s, gold scrap under melt, 925 lot under melt, 10k,14k jewelry, chains, necklaces, 925 Sterling chains, bracelets, brooch
[WTS] $10 Gold Liberty’s, $2.50 Liberty Quarter Eagle, 9.46 troy oz Canadian Junk @ $1.85 over spot per oz, silver, 1 oz rounds, ASE, Maples, Krugerrand, Philharmonic, 1886 S $1, 14k chains, Alaska Gold Nugget
[WTS] 1 oz generic bars/rounds, 1 gram gold bar, Humboldt County, CA Gold Nuggets, 1928 gold ducat, 1/2 oz philharmonic, 10 oz cast bars, 10 oz JM, 10 oz 9 fine mint, $7.10 FV Junk Silver Mix, Barber Dimes, SLQ, black hills 925/12k bracelet, 10k,14k nice jewelry.
[WTS] 1853 20 Francs, 1871 S seated liberty half, 1 oz silver rounds, mercury dimes, 14k gold nugget ring @ Spot, 10k,14k necklaces, rings, bracelets @ SPOT AND SCRAP UNDER. 925 Sterling silver LOT - 10% under and various 925 bracelets, brooch’s, chain, belt buckle
[WTS] 2019 United States Mint Proof Set 1 oz generic bars/rounds, 1 gram gold bar, Humboldt County, CA Gold Nuggets, 1928 gold ducat, 1/2 oz philharmonic, 10 oz cast bars, 10 oz JM, 10 oz 9 fine mint, $7.10 FV Junk Silver Mix, Barber Dimes, SLQ, black hills 925/12k bracelet, 10k,14k nice jewelry.
Hatchet runs should never have been allowed to exist in this game. Hatchet runs were never designed to be a playstyle that is viable or profitable. Hatchet runs were an oversight that was let through and ignored with the addition of secure containers. BuT WhAT am I?!? a NeW pLayEr. SuPpOsED to dO tO mAke mOnEY." Scav runs were specifically designed to give players a cushion to fall back on in case they were broke as fuck. It also lets players play the game with no risk, all reward, if you survive of course. Currently they are just used as a care-free run-n-gun adventure mode on a cool-down. Prapor gives you an AK74u with ammo if you are dirt-broke, regardless of your scav-cooldown. You don't have to pay a dime. Guarantee you 80% of people don't know this, as they have never been in this position, hardly anyone gets to that position because scav runs are a thing. Saying your broke, or you are new, or "I don't to play this game all the time." is not a valid arguement as to why hatchet runs should be allowed. So why are hatchet runs so popular? Well, because you have no weight, no movement penalties, and no fucks given about your condition at the end of the raid, ensuring that if you have a good enough spawn, you will get that loot 90% of the time, if you die, oh well, try again. In a scav run, you have a later spawn (Sometimes). You actually have to survive in order to secure the loot you found, and you actually have to give a fuck about the game your playing. You are forced to be immersed in the game, to pay attention, hatchet runners do not want this, they don't want to have to care about the game they are playing. There is a solution though that would make everyone happy. -Lock secure containers to take out only, you can only put things in that originally came from the container, if you accidentally took out your keybar or SICC case, you can put it right back in. You cannot however, put any valuables in. You have to survive a raid in order to profit. -*But what about Dogtags and money? Whats the point of a dogtags case if I can't put dogtags in?" The developers could always make exceptions, for example, dogtags and money are very low value items compared to things like LedXs and Vases. Dogtags and money could still be allowed in. -Allow unlimited scav runs if you don't transfer loot, for example, if you do a scav run and you die, oh well, try again, re-roll your scav and out you go, BUT, if you survive a raid and transfer ANYTHING, it could be a fuckin crickent, you get a scav cooldown. -But what if a scav takes all my gear and deletes it by rerolling? You'll get it back in insurance, as if the scav died. This stops suicidal scavs from running everywhere and deleting everyones hard earned gear. This would affect the game in various ways. -Players that are struggling in the game have a stable source of income and practice, so they can continue to learn the game and accumulate wealth in their stash. They won't be running out with a hatchet every game and not getting any better. -Players would value their life alot more and newer players would shit themselves and have alot more of a rush when they find a rare item. Players would find a bitcoin and go "Oh shit, I gotta get out now." Instead of just putting the bitcoin in their gamma. Players would also be alot more cautious, and not want to risk death more than they ever have. -Since players would no longer be able to put items in their secure container, the supply of certain items would decrease, increasing not only the tangible value of these items, but the mental value of these items. -This allows people that want a 'Casual' game, to play a casual, care-free game. You can play scav runs all you want. Hell, you can even rush loot spawns if you want, your gonna be late, but you might be able to catch a heavy PMC on his way out, and kill him for those goodies. But if you want to profit off your hard earned kill, you have to wait out a cooldown. If you don't care about profit and simply want a realistic deathmatch simulator, you can always delete those LedXs and Golden Cocks to immediately re-roll your scav, we'll hate you for it, but who cares at the end of the day. -People who want to go 'Zero to Hero' are still able to do this, but you can't put valuables in your container. You can still wack a PMC in the face with your hatchet if you want, or scavenge a dead body for supplies at no-risk to yourself, but you won't be ruining the experience for everyone else, as you will still be fighting for your life, or hiding for it. -Survival will be the most important objective in the game. If you do not survive, you will not thrive. If I missed ANYTHING, please let me know in the comments. 800 minds are better than 1.
[WTS] Junk Silver, Benjis & Kennedy, Quarters, SLQ, Mercury Dimes, Roosies, 1 oz bars and rounds, 5 oz silvertowne. 10 oz Eagle Cast Bar, Gold Nuggets, 1/2 oz philharmonic, 10k and 14k nice jewelry, rings, bracelets. 1776-1976 Bicentennial Set
Why Monero will be outlawed by western nations and why it wont matter
Hello again freinds. I've broken a few stories with some reddit posts in the past and I felt like we are finally reaching the point where my prediction almost 2 years ago that Monero will be outlawed in western countries is starting to come to fruition. Several exchanges have recently delisted Monero for being "too private," but this decision has nothing to do with the preferences of those exchanges. The delistings are caused by the whims of a group of international organizations that ultimately operate in the interest of an alliance of countries called NATO. About NATO NATO has maintained its dominance in the world's power structures for over 70 years due to many factors, but one of the predominant prevailing factors is its control of the world's financial systems. Around the founding of NATO, humanity developed a new weapon called The Sanction which has been the most powerful weapon produced in many ages. It among many things toppled the nuclear super power USSR without firing a shot, but probably indirectly killed millions or perhaps hundreds of millions of people. The Sanction is an attack on a country's markets' liquidity. Decreased liquidity increases the spread on prices of goods (the difference between a taker's price and an asker's price in a trade) and causes shocks to markets that ultimately cause recessions and depressions. Modern financial systems enable extremely high liquidity, and when they are taken away, liquidity is orders of magnitude lower. Why does NATO care? One of the primary reasons the international organizations that align with NATO are worried about cryptocurrency is its ability to be a back door around sanctions. If they were used in this way, they could potentially rewrite the power structures of the world. The largest example of how crypto is being used as a back door on a large scale right now is in an independently governed area in Georgia called Abkhazia. Abkhazia amounts to a Russian puppet nation, and currently is one of the biggest mining areas in the world. The reason for this is it is a Russian money laundering hub. The way it works is Russia sells gas to Abkhazia with an unlimited line of credit, Abkhazia doesn't pay a dime of that credit, cryptocurrency is mined with the power from that gas, and those cryptos are then sold for western currency by Russian-aligned companies. This operation in Abkhazia is an example of the primary reason there is international backing to hamper cryptocurrency and especially privacy coins. It all revolves around the battle to break the viability of sanctions so these countries can operate without that tool (I would call it a weapon) being part of the leverage against them. One thing to watch for is any jargon speaking about "Anti-terrorism." "Anti-terrorism reform" actually means "Pro-NATO reform." These efforts are not really a bad thing if you live in NATO countries. They will keep you wealthier for now. However, they come at the direct expense of the other side's welfare (the other side being most countries outside of NATO). Why does Bitcoin get a pass? Bitcoin is not an issue for the west because the west will eventually track the identity of all the owners of "patriated" coins in existence, most of which will be in custodial addresses with no direct customer access. You can already see an example of how custodial bitcoin ownership is already prevalent with The Cash App and Robinhood's "Buy Bitcoin" investment features. Eventually these apps may add receive and send functionality to bitcoin, but it will be a centralized layer 2 system that only allows you to send to KYC-screened recipients. In the future, there will be two varieties of Bitcoin according the western financial system: "patriated" coins where their history and identities are known, and a series of rules are followed in sending and receiving; and "unpatriated" or "wild" bitcoins that have anonymous or "bad actor" owners. This separation will allow the same sanctions to be performed in bitcoin as in the existing financial system. Monero has no place in the future of the western financial system because it can not be sanctioned because it is the most fungible value transfer system in existence. This is also ultimately why I am extremely bullish for Monero. Why does it not matter what the west does regarding Monero? Ultimately fighting against the "wild" coins -- ones with no owners or centralization -- will be fruitless for NATO because the nations that stand the most to gain from reducing the power of a sanction are already building their own financial infrastructure in a coordinated way. The most interesting development in my opinion is a new effort by the "BRICS" -- Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa to develop a cryptocurrency for international settlements: https://cointelegraph.com/news/brics-nations-discuss-shared-crypto-to-break-away-from-usd-and-swift When you consider that it is much cheaper to build a cryptocurrency than to build the banks, customer support, and auditing infrastructures of the dinosaur that is NATO's financial system, their decision to invest in a cryptocurrency makes a lot of sense. Make no mistake that this "BRICS Crypto" is no panacea; it will be designed in the best interests of the nations not of the people. However, it is a great example of how NATO fighting cryptocurrency is fruitless. The reign of the Western Sanction will disappear in the next 10 years and the structure of power in the world will be stirred dramatically, and probably with considerable hardship for average people. Why am I bullish on Monero? I believe in the event any dramatic shift in power happens, that Monero is the most suitable currency for any people who "fall through the cracks" -- whether they be people in war torn areas, oppressed minorities, or simply those in poverty. If there is any shock to the western currencies, we already know how crypto is a suitable replacement. I believe Monero is the most suitable crypto for this type of use case.
Basic Attention Token is much stronger what a cryptocurrency project should be. The token is going to be distributed in many more hands than projects like bitcoin ever will. Bitcoin is very unobtainable for the average person. In order to mine Bitcoin at a profit you need to make a sizable investment in equipment and even then profit isn't aways guaranteed because of the cost of electricity. For BAT you don't need to invest addition funds in hardware in order to earn a slice of the pie, you do it by agreeing to have a few small notifications pop up from time to time. If I could go back in time one of the things I would make sure I did would be to use bitcoin faucets as often as I could. I can't believe some of the people who are complaining about how little BAT they have received. The supply may seem large at first, but I've heard of multiple people in this sub that have earned well over 100 BAT. Breaking up the supply only 15 million people can hold that much. That number of users will be hit much sooner than you think. Brave already has over 25 million downloads on Android alone. If everyone of those users used Brave regularly and the entire supply was distributed evenly to them it would work out to about 60 BAT a piece. That's assuming no grow on the market, just current downloads for one type of phone. No desktop or iOS. Not counting smart TV's or any other content that will be a part of the BAT ecosystem for years to come. BAT ads value for everyside of the equation, content creators, users and advertisers, everyone gets a more enjoyable experience than the do right now. The user gets an enjoyable browsing experience without blacklisted content or popup ads. Ads that are more like a faucet that gives you free money. This money will be extremely useful overtime, it is already an apple approved currency. As the supply gets more scarce the amount people you earn during the early stages seem like a huge amount down the line. Some have earned over 100 so far. Now that support is being added to Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Switzerland, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Israel, India, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Phillippines, Poland, Sweden, Singapore, Venezuela and south Africa I cant imagine people will be able to earn that much per person for very long. User count will really mushroom when plugins are made for other browsers. The content creator benefits in many ways.
Increased amounts of revenue and profits
less advertising to your customer base will encourage more use of your content
The top youtubers are currently the ones that make tons of money while the little guys aren't even able to survive if not for donations, even well known channels like Cyanide & Happiness
People will be much more likely to donate small amounts to content creators because they will not have to incur a financial cost to be able to do it.
Trading software is a dime a dozen. If you’ve been trading online for a while, not only do you know cryptocurrency, but you’ve probably have heard of Explus, which specialise in bitcoin trading. Most serious traders are generally open to trading quite a few things, so it’s only natural that they’d trade in the blockchain industry, if they have any. So, how do this platform works? This platform isn’t difficult to use, as it uses a trading robot to handle all of the manual exchanges. Having to do everything yourself can be a bit laborious, so having an option to take care of the necessary legwork is generally viewed as favourable, allowing the user to focus more on making big profits buying and selling their bitcoin. The application software is basically designed for people to easily make great money through trading bitcoin when it was created in 2018. It is a project being joint ventured by both the UAE royal family members and the European Rothschild Family, which its operations are overseen by the national financial authority of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Commonwealth of Nations. Most of this is due to the fact that some users see about one thousand dollars in daily profit. Let’s face it, there are still more than a few people who aren’t sure of bitcoin, much less trading it. It is still relatively new and too volatile for some, as well as its unregulated nature can turn people off. It is for this reason why I recommend Explus as my trusted bitcoin trading software and explain some of its benefits of using Explus. 1. It is easy to use whether you are a novice or experienced bitcoin trader. https://preview.redd.it/yjfgi5isxyo41.jpg?width=238&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=9db19bcd15daae322c2401f108c0b261d9f66820 There are 5 trading options, i.e. trend and digit options for novice traders; boundary, aggregated and condition options for more experienced traders. 2. There is a free trading simulation for you to invest like a millionaire! https://preview.redd.it/jjtoanquxyo41.jpg?width=243&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=09f44a701c7a3f25349a70f299934ade7fe4492d The starting capital for the simulation is 1,000,000E, which is equivalent to USD 1,000,000. It allows you to practice your trading skills and to see your potential profit on a larger scale! 3. The startup trading capital is as low as USD 30. https://preview.redd.it/dteaiedwxyo41.jpg?width=246&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=97d2dd0bf650411c269f8f81ab28c3c4f85cb20c You can top-up your account with a range of USD 30-7,000 per deposit. 4. You can invite your friends and families to join as partners with your personal link to enjoy affiliation benefits! https://preview.redd.it/hzk6bizxxyo41.jpg?width=261&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=fd8b094d2f81b07f3364633b7af61343002e9e48 For Lv1 traders, you can enjoy the profits from 1st generation partners. To enjoy the benefit of 2nd and 3rd generation partners, you can either upgrade though frequent trading or through a USD 1,000 deposit, which will be returned when the partner status is deactivated. With this being said, every benefits are laid out as references for your decision. Start investing now!
My Entrepreneurial Journey from McDonald's burger flipper to Investment Adviser
I started at McDonald's when I was 17 years old in the hopes of saving up and buying a car. Sadly, this was just about my only significant financial goal for the next 10 years of my life outside of trying to save up for an ounce to save on weed money. I did what most a lot people seem to do today, live life by the minute. I watched tons of shows and put thousands of hours into video games. I worked as little as possible. I'd snicker at everyone and have my stupid little lines when people would point out my lack of career progress. "I work to live, not live to work, man!" In my entire 10 years at McDonald's, I had a surprising amount of opportunity for advancement. I met my best friend here, we started the same week and forged our friendship on the heat of the grease traps, side by side. The difference was, he actually had a little bit of ambition. Within a year, he was technically my boss as a crew chief. Not much responsibility, not much of a pay raise either, but he proved himself. Within another year he was a shift manager. I was making $7.35 because minimum wage had just gone up. So, after 2 years, I was still only making minimum wage. He had a $2 an hour raise and was up to $9.50 or so. No big deal I told myself, it's not worth the hassle and who wants to work 40 hours a week at a bullshit job anyway? This would continue to be a pattern. Every year or other year he would get some sort of promotion, and I would stay exactly where I was. He was an assistant manager making $36k annually, then a store manager making $50k after bonuses. He had finally made it I thought. He'd come in and everyone would try to look busy, and I'd just watch him walk back to the office while scraping the grease off the grill for the millionth time. I still continued to delude myself into thinking I was happy as I raced home as soon as possible after a 3-hour shift so I could get back to doing pretend work in my virtual escape. We still got along great, even hung out after work sometimes still. But his next promotion brought him out of the store and we lost touch around this time. As an area supervisor his pay went up considerably, I never asked what exactly, but he had a company car, and all the benefits you can shake a stick at. Meanwhile, it'd been 8 years or so and I was barely making $8.50 an hour and working 20 hours a week still.
The Bitcoin Bubble
Then I got my first break seemingly on a whim in mid-2017. I had been following Bitcoin off and on for years and noticed somewhat early on it was taking off. I started working a few more hours just so I could buy more bitcoin. I bought a total of about $1,000 and made over 10x that. Then I invested in some smaller alt-coins at the right time and made another 10x. For the first time in my life, I experienced financial success. Video games no longer mattered; I had found a new game and it was a lot more rewarding. I spent all my free time researching investment strategies for cryptocurrency. Then it all came crashing down. So I had made capital gains of over $100,000. Awesome right? Well, it would have been if I hadn't lost half of it thinking the market would pick back up. And you owe taxes on the full gains even if you lose half of it. You might think still have about $50k, and I would have if I hadn't spent all but about $5,000 on renting a nice house, weed, prostitutes (I'm not even proud of this, if you'd seen the quality in my area you wouldn't be either), clothes, and the beefiest home computer money could buy. I had made $100,000 in the matter of a couple of months, I went a little nuts okay? So $5,000, that's plenty to pay your taxes right? At my current financial status, I'd be homeless in 3 months because my rent was way more than I could afford. I had some work to do. Making money on cryptocurrency investments was seemingly over, so I looked to traditional investments. I opened a Robinhood account and was doing okay. It's very different from the wild days of Bitcoin though, no 1,000% gains in a matter of weeks. I was lucky to get 5%, and my McDonald's wages were laughable as always. This just wasn't going to cut it, at this rate I'd be in jail in a couple of years for not paying taxes… So I had a new set of skills, maybe I could take advantage of it. I was actively making money on investments and I had learned so much in the last year about investing. I was much more familiar with the jargon and I could actually hold a conversation about the subject. I knew more about investing than anyone else I knew personally, at least. Then I took these skills and did some research for jobs in my area on this job search site. I was amazed to see the kind of salary I could get with some of the skills I had been working on.
Senior investment support specialist $120k salary
Wealth management client service leader $95k
Associate Wealth Management Advisor $80k-$100k.
Digging My Way Out of this Hole
It took me a few weeks to put this together in my head. At first, I thought "Okay, I'll go to Community College and then transfer to the university and in a few years I can get one of these trainee positions at Wells Fargo." Then I remembered Uncle Sam was lingering overhead with the $20k that I owed him. I didn't have time to do things the right way. So I did things a different… way. I planned it all out. I got my Master of Finance degree in about 2 weeks for $180 from this company that prints diplomas. I was actually really impressed by the quality and customization options. They pretty much put whatever you tell them you want on it, so I made sure to do some research and put something that will hold up to a little scrutiny. I really considered just making a website for a private university, so I put together a limited budget and a list of things I'd need and went to have a few web designers bid on it. I was informed by a really nice team that this wasn't really a possibility since getting a .edu site isn't going to work. I was pleasantly surprised because if the tables were turned, I can't say I wouldn't have tried to milk me for every dime I had. I spent all my free time taking courses on Skillshare and read some highly recommended books from Charlie Munger that I found on /investing. I was absolutely determined to pass myself off as someone who had years of education and experience in the field. I even watched the movie "Catch Me If You Can". Then I shifted my focus, I was sure I had the basic know how to pass myself off as an "expert". Now I needed to just wow them into not digging too deep. I needed to have a stellar resume, knock their socks off in the interview, and the part I hadn't figured out yet believable references. I used this site to make a really nice looking resume. I didn't hold back on my qualifications either. I was going all out and presenting myself as the perfect candidate, well deserving of the position and the salary it commands. The professional references problem was actually the biggest wall I hit. At first, I thought I could have my friends do it, but they're all a bunch of McDonald's lifers like me and it would be immediately obvious they weren't the executives they were supposed to be. I thought about having my area supervisor friend help, but he'd only be 1 guy and we weren't as close anymore. It's actually asking a lot of people. Then I found a site that does exactly this as a service. I was skeptical at first, thinking they probably weren't native English speakers, or wouldn't sound any more professional than my friends would. So I reached out and asked if we could do a call to get a feel for them. They gave me the number, a US number I might add, and I called. A young woman picked up and answered "Office of Mr. Suchandsuch, how can I help you?" I smiled ear to ear, I knew then and there I might just be able to pull this thing off! I finally felt confident about it all and I really needed this confidence boost, because I was about to be sitting in a room with lifelong professional investors and convince them to give me a hundred grand a year when I spent the night before cleaning puke in the bathroom at the McDonald's across town. So to give myself the best chance, I knew I was going to have to apply to a lot of places. I submitted my resume for over 50 different positions and I got interviewed at well over half of them. I halfway expected to not get any calls at all, I thought "Surely it can't be this easy to become an executive investment consultant." So I rented a nice suit for all the days I was interviewing, I actually had a hard time keeping track of which places I had to be at and when. One day I went to 4 different interviews. I rented a nice suit and hoped no one would see me get out of my 20-year-old beater car. I interviewed at banks, investment firms in tall buildings, and even remotely for smaller angel investment groups. Then it happened. I got my first conditional job offer. I was already thinking about how I could negotiate the salary while I was reading the offer then it hit me like a sack of bricks. "This conditional job offer is extended to Gary Newman, it's contingent upon the candidate successfully passing the background check. Background information such as criminal and driving history, plus credit reports for some jobs will help to determine if the candidate is qualified to do the work." My stomach sank, I'm going to jail, "There's no way I'm going to get a job or pay all these taxes." I told myself. My first thought was to run, the guy from Catch Me If You Can managed to stay on the run for years and years, no that's stupid. Don't fold your hand just yet. Only one so far has said anything about a background check. So I called them and withdrew my application explaining I had taken another offer that I couldn't pass up. They understood, and I hoped they wouldn't take it any further. So for every place that said anything about a background check, I just withdrew my application and thanked them for their time. It was far from a perfect solution, but my back had been against the wall for so long now I was starting to get used to it. I wondered if all this effort was for nothing, I was so stupid for not thinking about background checks. Surely all of them would do them, right? They're cheap and it weeds out little scumballs like me.
Laziness Creeps Up Even the Tallest Towers
Lucky for me I was wrong. Not even half of the companies I applied for did background checks or if they did, they didn't do it very thoroughly. I was flabbergasted. So I negotiated with the 6 job offers I ended up with, out of over 50 that I applied to. I was very happy with the numbers, especially with the salary I was being offered. I negotiated up to $105,000. Not bad considering the year before I had pulled in a whopping $7,000. I saved as much as I could and worked as hard as I could. This whole experience had taught me so much. With enough effort, it's pretty incredible the kinds of things you can pull off. I still sweat every day thinking someone is going to find out and I'm going to lose it all even though it's been over a year. I just tell myself all I can do is work hard and try to be so valuable that they won't care if they ever do find out. And who knows? Maybe this writing thing will help me write a book while I'm in prison. For now though, when the couple of closest friends who know the story of how I went from a burger flipper to an investment executive overnight ask me how Vandelay Industries is? I tell them in my best Costanza impression: "I can't complain!"
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