1. Create an account at Virwox.
2. Login to your new account and click the "deposit" link under the "my account" menu.
3. Scroll down to the paypal option, select how much to deposit, and complete the transaction.
4. Once deposited, it will redirect you to a page where at the top it says "You can now place a Sell Order to convert it to Linden$ (SLL)." Click that link highlighted on place a sell order. The next page load will say "I want to sell "X" USD" click the next button, then click Place Order.
5. Go to the "exchange" tab on the menu and click the bottom left option "BTC/SLL."
6. It automatically calculates the max amount you can order so click next, then place order.
7. Now under my account, click "withdraw."
8. Copy and paste your btc wallet address into the box, and the btc amount, and click withdraw.
Bitcoin may be the world’s first decentralized digital monetary system, and “bitcoins” will be the currency unit used by this system. The system has existed since January 3rd, 2009 and it is employed in every country on earth. Bitcoins are created and controlled by advanced mathematics and cryptography, as opposed to by governments or banks (no government, bank, or corporation owns or controls Bitcoin). Bitcoins as being a currency unit are created over time with a diminishing rate, and there won’t ever be greater than 21 million of them in existence (though there’re highly divisible).
lass=”” >Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed returning guest, gold and silver expert, former Wall St lawyer and former Silicon Valley executive, Louis Cammarosano of Smaulgld https://smaulgld.com/.
During this 40+ minute interview, Jason starts off by asking Louis about his views on why the Federal Reserve monitors the Dollar Index so closely?
Louis talks about how the Federal Reserve has been able to keep the Dollar Index strong despite doing QE programs with a lot of careful comments put out in public. Louis thinks the Federal Reserve will only announce its next QE programs if the Dollar Index isn’t falling.
Jason and Louis then discuss the global economy and the liquidity injections from a number of central banks.
Next, Jason asks Louis why he thinks there was a paper bear market in gold and silver from 2011 until the end of 2015?
Louis talks about how the East bought massive amounts of physical gold while the paper price continued to fall. Jason asks Louis about negative interest rates playing a major part in the rally for gold and silver and mining shares?
Louis thinks there will be a long mania in gold and silver mining shares going forward. Jason asks if the miners problems with raising capital and potentially shutting down mines ended the bear market in 2015?
Louis doesn’t think we are at gold or silver prices where a low of new gold and silver mines will be built and he thinks miners are in a real sweet spot as far as their margins go unless oil prices rise substantially, the miners can’t control costs or bring on higher cost production and let their margins slip away or governments increase taxes on miner.
Jason and Louis think miners could have excellent margins for a number of years now unless those things happen.
To wrap up the interview, Jason asks Louis about Alan Greenspan’s positive comments on gold and his warnings about how much inflation is already in asset markets and the US’ economy.
Jason and Louis also discuss what can end a gold and silver bull market?
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