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How to Invest and earn money? Learn more with Rosario Baleni

Did you know that cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions on a ledger that is typically publicly viewable. A community guarantees the authenticity of the transactions in addition to the creation of additional units of the currency.

It is known that Bitcoin is currently the most popular cryptocurrency. The problem bitcoin is trying to solve is an important one faced by many people across the world. Leo Tolstoy said, “money is a new form of slavery.” By controlling money, vast power is wielded in today’s world. The enormous amount of money in circulation is primarily controlled by bankers and they wield the powers of inflation and currency debasing as methods of increasing and controlling product prices throughout the economy.

Which brings us to say Rosario Baleni will be in the Kingdom of Eswatini next week Saturday on the 21st September 2019 where she will be hosting an event for Cryptocurrency. “As a Bitcoin Top Investor based in South Africa, I would like to invite you to this event as my personal guest.” she made meantion to anyone interested to attend the event.

“Under the theme, “HOW TO INVEST AND EARN MONEY”, the event will be informative and will provide you with an opportunity for all your questions to be answered. Please WhatsApp or call us on: 76691694/ 76347075 to indicate your availability. I encourage you to bring along friends, family, church members and co-workers as there is no cost for this event. The idea is to empower you and your circle to earn and invest your money, thereby securing the future of you and your family.” explained Rosario Baleni.

A monthly report published by exchange platform SFOX (San Francisco Open Exchange) identifies an air of uncertainty within the industry about cryptocurrency’s place in the future of finance. With both bullish and bearish news events occurring over the last month, the price still appears to be in limbo around the $10,000 mark.

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