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  3. CBTS

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    2. Qs Posts CBTS v4.2.0   (199 visits to this link)

      Downloadable PDF of all Q posts as of 1/3/2018.

    3. 4chan.org/pol   (1,523 visits to this link)

      May contain explicit content. Caution.

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  4. Join The Cryptocurrency Revolution & Help END The Federal Reserve (NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE)

    1. KuCoin   (75 visits to this link)

      :star::star::star::star: 4.2 Stars

      KuCoin is both a cryptocurrency exchange and a cryptocoin that earns dividends every single day. Its a fast, stable, and very visually appealing cryptocurrency exchange that beats the competition in early adoption of new and worthy cryptocoins.

      "Kucoin is a multi-cryptocurrency exchange with Service Centers based in China. Kucoin offers trading pairs such as BTC/BCH, BTC/DASH, BTC/NEO, BTC/ETH, BTC/RDN, BTC/LTC, BTC/CVC, BTC/KCS, BTC/RPX, etc. It also provides users with a mobile app available for iOS and Android." - cryptocompare.com


    2. Binance   (50 visits to this link)

      :star::star::star::star: 3.6 Stars

      Binance is a popular cryptocurrency exchange trading as $BNB. In the past month alone, from December 10th, 2017 to January 10th, 2018, BNB has yielded over 600% in returns for shareholders. The trading platform is widely used and has high volume, unlike some of the smaller exchanges like KuCoin and Coinbase. Use this referral link to sign up for Binance and you'll help fund the Michael Trimm Show through their fee commission sharing program for trades you perform on the exchange. A win-win!

      "Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange with a focus on the Chinese market and other Chinese coins. Currently, it supports English and Chinese users. The Binance token (BNB) was created during the ICO event to fund the development of the Binance exchange." - cryptocompare.com

    3. Coinbase   (51 visits to this link)

      :star::star::star: 2.8 Stars
      oinbase is, in Michael's opinion, one of the better exchanges for trading Crypto -> USD Fiat. Don't just sign up for Coinbase, also sign up for Binance (below) and KuCoin as each exchange offer different rewards and services. Coinbase has frequent outages and customer reviews give it a solid 3 stars according to cryptocompare.com. 

      "Coinbase offer USD to BTC trading and have publicly stated their plans to add other pairs as and when banking arrangements in other jurisdictions are secured. With the seamless integration of wallet and exchange features coinbase has rapidly increased its trading volume and provides decent liquidity on low spreads." - cryptocompare.com

      Currently Coinbase supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin.

    4. ICO: CoinLoan   (53 visits to this link)

      A financial disruptor for obtaining FIAT based loans using crypto as collateral. This is essential for financial freedom from the grips of the Rothchilds central banks. This new ICO is currently priced at $2 (from $1 Pre-ICO) and will increase to $3 once 3M CLT tokens have been sold. This token is based on the Ethereum ERC-20 smart contract token standard.

    5. ICO: CIRCLE   (41 visits to this link)

      The CIRCLE platform provides investors with many advantages of lending, trading services. Even you can’t afford to purchase CRC, you can join our affiliate program to make money from introducing new investors. You can get an attractive and huge profit level.

      Earn up to 1.6% interest daily on your balance (starts at 1% for balances less than $1000).

    6. ICO: FineCoin   (62 visits to this link)

      FineCoin is a Cryptocurrency that aims to rebuild the financial system. It’s designed to give people the power to reach financial freedom and earn passive income by investing their assets for substantial returns.

    7. ICO: Titanium   (34 visits to this link)

      What if an entire IT enterprise could be virtualized, including data centers, firewalls, load-balancers, routers, switches, network appliances and servers?  Imagine being able to set up an enterprise level infrastructure for a global company from a tablet in your living room, without spending any time installing rack servers, routers, load balancers, or any other network component beyond what is needed to access the network.

      With TBIS’ proprietary Company as a Service™ (CaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), every device, from enterprise level on down, can be virtualized; routers, firewalls, and specialized equipment such as cryptocurrency miners, can exist in an entirely cloud-based environment based on the decentralized Ethereum blockchain.

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