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Is StrongBlock a Ponzi scheme as a result of all of this?

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Is StrongBlock a Scam?​

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Have you heard of the cryptocurrency concept and platform StrongBlock? Have you seen statements on Twitter from investors who are overjoyed with their investment and want everyone else to join them? Or have you read an article or a tweet that says the exact opposite? It is possible to purchase STRONG tokens and simply sell them when the price rises, or you may purchase 10 Strong tokens (now worth over $10,000) and purchase a node that will create passive revenue for you in the next months and, ideally, years! Is the entire enterprise, however, a gigantic Ponzi scheme?

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The Top 10 Middle Eastern and African Banks and what they think about crypto.

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The Top 10 Middle Eastern and African Banks and what they think about crypto​


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In this article, we will take a deeper look at ten of the top banks in the MEA area.

The Absa Group (104,485$ in millions)​


Absa Organization Limited is a financial services group established in South Africa that provides personal and business banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking, wealth and investment management, and bank assurance.

The COVID-19 pandemic has hastened digital transformation and adoption, giving rise to digital currencies and other payment innovations.

The global banking sector is increasingly moving toward a "marketplace without borders," and digital currencies - as a...

That’s why most cryptocurrency freelancers moved to Portugal

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That’s why most cryptocurrency freelancers moved to Portugal​

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For many years, the worldwide ex-pat community has regarded Portugal as a beautiful destination to reside in. However, as the Bitcoin industry grows in popularity and more investors want to arrange their funds, Portugal will once again stand apart. This little southern European country is ideal for cryptocurrency traders, collectors, and investors. But why is that? Discover the top 4 reasons why bitcoin investors are flocking to Portugal.

1. Profits from bitcoin are not taxed in Portugal.​

The main reason Portugal is so popular among cryptocurrency investors is because the country still does not tax bitcoin gains. Any cryptocurrency to fiat...

Endowment effect in cryptocurrency

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Endowment effect in cryptocurrency​

In layman terms, endowment effect pertains to the notion of an emotional bias whereby individuals value objects they own higher than if they did not own them. A very recurring concept in behavioral finance, endowment effect is often termed as a bias investors have while making financial decisions – also known as ownership effect. Endowment effect itself is often connected to loss aversion psychology which states that losses tend to loom larger than gains. Particularly, in finance, research shows that investors often reluctant to part with a poorly performing investment and are less likely to exchange it for a better performing security due to the very same endowment effect.

Before studying the impact endowment effect has on cryptocurrency, it is imperative to understand what cryptocurrency is. In short, cryptocurrency is a digital payment system whereby it is stored in digital wallets and payments are only done as digital...

Trading at Dubai Stock Exchange .

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Trading at Dubai Stock Exchange .​


Dubai stock exchange
The Branding Source: New logo: Dubai Financial Market


Introduction​

In layman terms, a stock exchange primarily assists companies to raise capital by issuing equity shares which are sold to different investors/companies. The companies invest this capital into their business for expansion and growth – wealth maximization whereas these said investors in fortunate circumstances earn a profit/return from their investment in these companies listed on the stock exchange.

Dubai Stock Exchange​

Founded in 2000 as a public institution by the government of Dubai, Dubai stock exchange – also known as Dubai Financial Market (DFM)...

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The Bangladesh Bank has once more urged everyone to avoid trading in any sort of virtual money or cryptocurrency within the nation.

The decision was taken by the banking authority because virtual currencies are not recognized by the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act of 1947's definition of "currency."

According to a BB notification, virtual currencies [a subset of virtual assets] are not authorized by the central b
I have my current account in Dutch Banagla Bank. They were doing a great job from the last few years.

I am also facing some problems.
They don't let you buy cryptocurrency. As a student, I like the idea of investing money in crypto. But they never let me buy crypto. They don't provide any type of credit cards. I have to buy crypto with 3rd parties. This is the main problem which I am facing.
My Dutch BanglaBank blocked my card for the uncommon purchase In a particular month,
I want to use cryptocurrency for an international study tour but my bank can,t give me to use cryptocurrency
I always buy crypto from credit cards i can use it for my work cryptocurrency is now so high market in my country
My ibbl Bank blocked my card for the uncommon purchase In a particular month,
I want to use cryptocurrency for an international study tour but my bank can,t give me to use cryptocurrency

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