Ep18_ [ALTCOINS] – How to Buy Alternative Digital Currencies

Ep18_ [ALTCOINS] – How to Buy Alternative Digital Currencies
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Introducing Counos Currencies



Counos is set of completly digital market. Their are 4 types of digital courrency interoduced by counos. All are based on peer to peer network. We have 4 coins like Counos coin, Counos cash, Counos Gold, Counos Silver. Main feature of these are helps in reducing transaction conformation time, these also make business payment cheap secure & fast, Algorithm very similar to bitcoin algorithm.

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COINT – A new digital currency and a marketplace.

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COINT is a new marketplace that has its very own digital currency. We are creating a new platform based on the idea that everyone we can ever meet knows and owns things that we don’t. Set out to create a global peer to peer network where you can share your gift with the rest of the world, we hope to provide a new sharing economy in line with the new dynamics of the 21st century.

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Ivan Cash: “Human Connection – The Ultimate Digital Currency”

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I gave a creative talk at AKQA, San Francisco on the value of human connection in the digital world, and why people’s universal desire for real, meaningful moments leads them to jump past hurdles and engage in ways that research and testing can’t predict.

December 18, 2013

You can check out my work at http://IvanCash.com

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GUARDIAN | ING | THE FUTURE OF MONEY



What happened to Australia’s one and two cent coins when they were withdrawn from the market in the early nineties? They were shaped into awards for the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Physical and digital forms of currency continue to be repurposed, from the expiry of pounds and shillings in the 60s to the introduction of ATMs in the 80s. But digital currency is developing even more quickly – and many argue that the redundancy of cash is a question of not if, but when. Does it all sound a little confusing? Watch this short animation on the history – and future – of money. It might help assuage you that the way currency is designed is most often with humans in mind.

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Illustrations : Mark Conlan
http://markconlan.com/

Animation: Savva Tsekmes
http://savvatsekmes.com/

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