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April 19, 2019 — AirSwap upgrading.

Next week a major site upgrade is coming. AST is much closer to its all-time low than its all-time high. So, I’d buy right on their website with Eth. https://www.airswap.io

AirSwap review done some months back.

April 16, 2019 — Staking the easy way!

Or maybe it should read, the Ethereum way. Download this wallet, buy their token, and start staking within the hour.


Trades at Crex24

April 13, 2019 — April showers bring May flowers.

April saw one of our followed coins (ZEL) rise 300% from $0.03 to $0.12, so congrats if you stayed with it. I personally had turned most of my ZEL into both BEAM and XLM. I kept finding less use for the wallet aside from holding lots of coins/tokens.

An old favorite, ZER, is probably worth rolling into at $0.06. Similar to ZEL but not a multi-asset wallet, Zerocurrency.io – has focused on private transactions for two years. Get their wallet on Google Play. See my Crex24 link below where ZER trades with good volume.

March 26, 2019 — Stellar & Coinbase news.

Earn $10 by watching five, three minute online Stellar Lumen videos presented by Coinbase. Here’s the link and you must also signup to receive payment.


I like this Stellar (XLM) price quote link as it shows more information than most:


If you see potential, as I do, watch this twelve minute YouTube video from Nov, 2018 for a thorough history of Stellar.

March 22, 2019 — new item!

A low cost coin closely associated with a fascinating new wallet has my attention this month. Below are the relevant links:




MAG is the developer of the Litemint wallet. I’m participating in the future of MAG’s Stellar-secured, beautifully designed and highly functional wallet. It trades at this exchange; here’s my affiliate link:



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January 27, 2019 — new coin alert!

A new protocol called Mimble Wimble is sweeping financial markets. One coin in particular, BEAM, is interesting. Download the Beam Wallet and begin trading at ChainRift.com (low fees, US-based) or BitForex.com.

ChainRift trades BEAM rather thinly. Bitforex may be more suitable. Do your own research when investing money.




BEAM YouTube <> February 7, 2019

January 23, 2019 — timely update.

News items of interest to anyone following these cryptos…

Zelcore.io (ZEL) may be fading as an investment choice but does have a swell multi-asset wallet many of you may enjoy/need.

Here’s the Zelcore Wallet on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zelcash.zelcore

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A Los Angeles pal makes lengthy music collages. I added trading symbols to the (mp3) commercial-free, 2-hour shows. If you’re not devastated by the worldwide money depression, contribute to the live Friday night recordings (shows)…

9 P.M. on Killradio.org



Tinyurl.com/ZERmusic1 + 2

Tinyurl.com/MAGmusic2 + 3

Tinyurl.com/XLMmusic1 + 2 + 3

Tinyurl.com/BEAMmusic1 + 2 + 3

Tinyurl.com/ZELmusic1 + 2 + 3



Tinyurl.com/GRINmusic1 + 2

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Buying gold is noble in concept but hard to practice and trust online dealers. Vaultoro might be the exception. Global delivery options available.

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You need a private email address when joining exchanges, try ProtonMail.com.

An artistic and unique token, symbol PEP. 1,100 Generation 0’s; like CyptoKitties but 1/45th the supply. Fun customizing photos!



Visit the website!

EtherDelta may require some learning but IDEX is easier. Learn both via email/phone or social media Telegram/Discord.  support@pasabank.com   https://etherdelta.com/#0xbb0ef9e617faddf54b8d16e29046f72b4d3ec77f-ETH

PEP tokens are on EtherDelta or IDEX.

As a complimentary hedge, IDEX is quite nice and allows staking to all investors.



Aren’t you buying Pepes??

See PEP tokens at IDEX.

ZelCore’s Desktop+Mobile Multi-Asset Wallet is the best; however, I am more favorable to MAG and Litemint today.

https://zelcore.io/ – Supports ZEL and BZE. ZelCore, symbol ZEL, trades at Stex (also below).

Possibly buy ZEL if their unique decenteralized computing nodes are appealing to your needs.


You may want a Coinbase account if just beginning. Receive $10 of bonus Bitcoin when buying $100 of crypto. I receive a matching affiliate bonus.



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