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« Reply #90 on: April 19, 2017, 01:30:15 AM »

New on DNotesEDU blog:


Are You Loan Smart?

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/04/are-you-loan-smart/

This is an excellent article Chanse, thanks for the great contribution. People would be wise to read this article if they are interested in being better with their money.

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« Reply #91 on: April 19, 2017, 04:14:27 AM »

New on DNotesEDU blog:


Are You Loan Smart?

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/04/are-you-loan-smart/

Thank you Chase for another excellent article. It is very informative and should be helpful for most people. Majority of the population spend a fortune servicing loans with high interest payments in their life-time.

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« Reply #92 on: April 26, 2017, 03:52:41 AM »

New blog post:

Is The Bank Of Canada Holding Your Bank Account?

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/04/bank-canada-holding-bank-account/

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« Reply #93 on: April 27, 2017, 01:39:31 PM »

New blog post:

Is The Bank Of Canada Holding Your Bank Account?

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/04/bank-canada-holding-bank-account/

"As of December, 2016 there are around 1.8 million of these unclaimed balances worth over $670 million." That is a shockingly high number, considering that it could be 10X in the USA based on a larger population base. 

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« Reply #94 on: April 27, 2017, 10:46:22 PM »

Great new post on DNotesEDU:

5 Reasons For And Against Investing In Cryptocurrency

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/04/5-reasons-investing-cryptocurrency/


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« Reply #95 on: May 04, 2017, 01:18:01 PM »

New post on DNotesEDU:


Bitcoin is Not a Ponzi, Tulip Bulb, or Beanie Baby

Bitcoin is not a ponzi scheme, pyramid, tulip bulb, or beanie baby, and despite over a hundred front page headlines claiming otherwise, it is also not dead. When we donít understand a new concept, our minds try to connect it to something we are even slightly more familiar with. If throughout history we had always assumed anything new and innovative was a scam, and that everything (including money) should stay the same, we would still be living in the Stone Age and paying with pebbles. The name calling and proclamations of death have eased off somewhat, as the more tech savvy journalists and financial advisers have come to understand the significance of, at the very least, the technology behind bitcoin.

full story: http://dnotesedu.com/2017/05/bitcoin-not-ponzi-tulip-bulb-beanie-baby/

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« Reply #96 on: May 04, 2017, 11:19:04 PM »

New post on DNotesEDU:


Bitcoin is Not a Ponzi, Tulip Bulb, or Beanie Baby

Bitcoin is not a ponzi scheme, pyramid, tulip bulb, or beanie baby, and despite over a hundred front page headlines claiming otherwise, it is also not dead. When we donít understand a new concept, our minds try to connect it to something we are even slightly more familiar with. If throughout history we had always assumed anything new and innovative was a scam, and that everything (including money) should stay the same, we would still be living in the Stone Age and paying with pebbles. The name calling and proclamations of death have eased off somewhat, as the more tech savvy journalists and financial advisers have come to understand the significance of, at the very least, the technology behind bitcoin.

full story: http://dnotesedu.com/2017/05/bitcoin-not-ponzi-tulip-bulb-beanie-baby/

What a great article, excellent work Chase. Educational material like this is exactly what the industry needs to ensure people are well informed about digital currency. If we make sure that everyone has access to this kind of information, we are helping prevent investors from being defrauded by bad actors. When someone is scammed, it all but eliminates the chances that they will invest in another digital currency venture.
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« Reply #97 on: May 05, 2017, 12:27:01 PM »

New post on DNotesEDU:


Bitcoin is Not a Ponzi, Tulip Bulb, or Beanie Baby

Bitcoin is not a ponzi scheme, pyramid, tulip bulb, or beanie baby, and despite over a hundred front page headlines claiming otherwise, it is also not dead. When we donít understand a new concept, our minds try to connect it to something we are even slightly more familiar with. If throughout history we had always assumed anything new and innovative was a scam, and that everything (including money) should stay the same, we would still be living in the Stone Age and paying with pebbles. The name calling and proclamations of death have eased off somewhat, as the more tech savvy journalists and financial advisers have come to understand the significance of, at the very least, the technology behind bitcoin.

full story: http://dnotesedu.com/2017/05/bitcoin-not-ponzi-tulip-bulb-beanie-baby/

What a great article, excellent work Chase. Educational material like this is exactly what the industry needs to ensure people are well informed about digital currency. If we make sure that everyone has access to this kind of information, we are helping prevent investors from being defrauded by bad actors. When someone is scammed, it all but eliminates the chances that they will invest in another digital currency venture.

Thank you!  :)

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« Reply #98 on: May 05, 2017, 03:16:02 PM »

New post on DNotesEDU:


Bitcoin is Not a Ponzi, Tulip Bulb, or Beanie Baby

Bitcoin is not a ponzi scheme, pyramid, tulip bulb, or beanie baby, and despite over a hundred front page headlines claiming otherwise, it is also not dead. When we donít understand a new concept, our minds try to connect it to something we are even slightly more familiar with. If throughout history we had always assumed anything new and innovative was a scam, and that everything (including money) should stay the same, we would still be living in the Stone Age and paying with pebbles. The name calling and proclamations of death have eased off somewhat, as the more tech savvy journalists and financial advisers have come to understand the significance of, at the very least, the technology behind bitcoin.

full story: http://dnotesedu.com/2017/05/bitcoin-not-ponzi-tulip-bulb-beanie-baby/

What a great article, excellent work Chase. Educational material like this is exactly what the industry needs to ensure people are well informed about digital currency. If we make sure that everyone has access to this kind of information, we are helping prevent investors from being defrauded by bad actors. When someone is scammed, it all but eliminates the chances that they will invest in another digital currency venture.

Thank you!  :)

Fantastic article Chase, re-published on DCEBrief.

Op-Ed: Bitcoin is Not a Ponzi, Tulip Bulb, or Beanie Baby

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« Reply #99 on: May 14, 2017, 06:01:46 PM »

Happy Mother's Day!

Celebrate Mothers Day With CryptoMoms

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/05/celebrate-mothers-day-cryptomoms/

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« Reply #100 on: May 14, 2017, 08:28:01 PM »

Happy Mother's Day!

Celebrate Mothers Day With CryptoMoms

http://dnotesedu.com/2017/05/celebrate-mothers-day-cryptomoms/

Happy mothers day, thanks for posting this Chase.

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« Reply #101 on: July 17, 2017, 12:37:32 PM »

New post on DNotesEDU, timed perfectly for the current market mania.  ;)





Cryptocurrency and Market Timing Irrationality

It is pretty safe to say that the majority of new investors in cryptocurrency are there because they have heard of the amazing profits earned by other investors. Even though they may be warned of the potential risks and wild volatility, many come to expect nothing but gains, and are not prepared psychologically for any downturns or losses. In our world of instant gratification, they want the gains to happen now, and pay little heed to what it actually takes to build something of value. Everything is fine as long as the market is rising, but panic sets in every time the price falls. It happens over and overÖ

Herd Mentality

It starts with herd mentality Ė following the latest ICO, or a flashy new blockchain project looking for a problem to solve, or any other venture with a lot of hype surrounding it...

Read more - http://dnotesedu.com/2017/07/cryptocurrency-market-timing-irrationality/


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