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  • So how many of you on here have invested in the project in Chile? I have had my eye on investing there for a while. It looks so impressive!

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  • I sold all of my EE bonds in 2014 and bought Bitcoins with the proceeds. I did this because I considered holding them to be willfully receiving stolen money. As everyone knows, Treasuries are backed by the full faith and credit of a state, along with its taxing power. My conclusion is that no consistent libertarian should be using T-bonds or T-bills. Thoughts?

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  • Dear Liberty.me’ers: I thought I’d reach out and see if any of you would be interested in a project I’ve been working on. I have set up a way to make a gold account interface with the modern electronic banking system. You get all of the convenience of modern banking, without the inherent, umm…. risks, difficulties, dare I say, fraudulence? You keep your savings in gold, and you pay everyone else in dollars. And that’s always a good principle: keep your assets in a sound currency, and your liabilities in an unsound one. The gold is vaulted in Switzerland. So instead of going through lots of rigamarole selling gold, going to a dealer, paying a big percentage, etc., you can just *spend your gold*! Instantly! My company is Midas. I’ve set up a bare-bones placeholder site at: http://Midas.gold Here’s a rough informational brochure I made: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mdz6ev6pqua61lw/Midas%2Belectronic%2Bbrochure.pdf?dl=0 Let me know if you would be interested in getting such a card.  I am just looking for a few beta-testers.

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