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Digital litecoin currency

Digital litecoin currency

Litecoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency and open source software project

Kumail Raza

by Kumail Raza


$31.50 per share

Mining farm bitcoin

Mining farm bitcoin

Power Bitcoin farms 350THs (BTC, ETH, ZEC)

Mark Kowal

by Mark Kowal


$3.00 per share

That one band

That one band

Were just a band that does almost everything

Alex Braswell

by Alex Braswell


$18.00 per share

Rescuers of the voiceless

Rescuers of the voiceless

We need funds to rescue stray dogs from the death row!

Tito Sky

by Tito Sky


$19.50 per share

saving money

ways to saving money
1. Move bank accounts to take advantage of perks and earn more interest
If you’re paying a monthly fee for your checking or savings account, you would benefit from researching some of newest banking offers out there. Not only do some of the best banks offer sign-up bonuses simply for opening an account and setting up direct deposit, but some offer attractive interest rates to new customers as well.

It’s true that interest rates are not what they once were, but it’s still worth a look. Some of the best free checking accounts and best savings accounts can be found online. Here’s a guide on how to make that switch.

2. Turn off the television.
One big way to save money is to drastically cut down on the amount of television you watch. There are a lot of financial benefits to this: less exposure to spending-inducing ads, a lower electric bill (and perhaps a lower cable bill if you downgrade your subscription), more time to focus on other things in life — such as a side business — and so on.

Want to take things a step further? Consider cutting the cord to cable TV altogether.

3. Stop collecting, and start selling
There was a time when people thought their collections would bring them riches. Beanie Babies were a big fad at one time, as were Longaberger baskets. Now you can find those items on resale sites like Craigslist and at garage sales for a fraction of their initial cost, leaving many people who sunk thousands of dollars into their “investments” wondering what happened.

If you want to avoid that situation, don’t collect items of questionable value. And if you want to recoup some of the money you’ve already spent on collectible items, you can start selling them now and use those funds for any number of worthy financial goals. Read our “Guide to Selling Unwanted Items” for some simple strategies that can help you profit as much as possible.

4. Sign up for every free customer rewards program you can.
No matter where you live, you’ll find plenty of retailers who are willing to reward you for shopping at their store. Here’s the basic game plan for maximizing these programs: create a Gmail or Yahoo address just for these mailings, collect every card you can, and then check that account for extra coupons whenever you’re ready to shop.

You can add to those rewards and discounts by using rewards credit cards to earn points on purchases at a wide range of stores that can be redeemed for cash back or other benefits.

General music productions

Giving local artist's a opportunity and studio experience!

Kentrel Byrd

by Kentrel Byrd

$202.50 per share

Tennis club

Send your child to our hands and we promise you he will be new tennis player

Rudolf Dulik

by Rudolf Dulik


$142.50 per share

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