Cryptocurrency, is a disruptive technology (the blockchain database) applied in the emerging fintech industry bringing a tidal wave of change to finance, commerce, and more. There is a blockchain token in your future. It may be one produced by a national central bank or by some kind of world bank or by a private company or group. But before too long you will probably use some kind of cryptocurrency. Because most everyone will.

The above makes it sound like all blockchain tokens will function primarily as money.  Well, that will be a big deal, but there will be many other applications, from shipping logistics to real estate to publishing of intellectual or artistic content. Anything requiring a permanent, transparent record will most likely end up on a blockchain.

You can track cryptocurrencies here:

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Blockchain technology will radically change the way things are done, and companies or groups that find the best way to introduce their blockchain applications to their target market will become the next Microsofts, Apples, and Googles.

Personally, I think the group that reaches the mainstream online shopping market will likely be IPN. Members can get IPN’s token (PROC) as a free bonus when purchasing various online training courses. Or members can download a free online shopping app that garners rebates when shopping (with dollars) online at major outlets – that rebate being in the form of the PRO currency. Membership in IPN is free, but more than that I can not say here (since someone besides me may have introduced you). So for more information please fill out the form:

Buying Cryptocurrencies

eCurrency Exchanges (that serve the USA): Cryptopia offers a broad range of currencies. BitStamp is notably secure, having gotten a certification in the EU.

Coinbase lets you purchase Bitcoin or Etherium with a credit card. This is an easy way to get your first eCurrency. Then you can trade that for others. Circle lets you send money from a credit card and so I think you can use it to fund the eCurrency exchange of your choice. Speaking of which, here is the Craigs List of bitcoin: Local Bitcoin

The Bitcoin Credit Card (coming)

CryptoCoinsNews and the CryptoCoinTalk forum are pretty good resources on this general subject.

Or you can check in on CoinTelegraph, which is according to one expert the #1 cryptocurrency group in the world.

Michael Robinson, editor of Strategic Tech Investor, is following this industry from an investment perspective. I don’t know how good his stuff is, but he looks well credentialed to be doing it.

Shah Gilani, who looks to me to be a very talented investment writer, is also following it. Here is his, What Every Investor needs to Know about Trading’s Science Fiction Future.

Further Research

Meet the New Money

The Ideal Cryptocurrency

Is iProNetwork a Scam? (and iProNetwork is a Scam Update)

Visit the parent company: Pro Commerce

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