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originally posted by: Gazrok
Well, after Putin's little speech....there's another opportunity to make some money, but in the stock market.
Boeing, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, GenCorp Aerojet, Huntington Ingalls, and Lockheed Martin should all be seeing some REALLY nice contracts soon!
originally posted by: neo96
originally posted by: liejunkie01
I'm glad I bought a little bit of BNB.
Got a free coin airdrop of BCPT. Not much but $3.00 of free coins. I'll take it.
What the hell?
I'm holding BNB didn't get it.
I have gotten ONT and Gas from Neo though.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: liejunkie01
Cardano is absolutely tanking.
It was a bad day across the board.
What i am have I am holding.
Giving it another month or two, and take it from there.
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Grayscale Investments, the firm that runs the popular Bitcoin Investment Trust (OTC: GBTC), has announced it's launching four new funds focused on other popular cryptocurrencies.
Grayscale said it's launching a Bitcoin Cash Investment Trust, an Ethereum Investment Trust, a Litecoin Investment Trust and an XRP Investment Trust, presumably all structured in a similar way as the Bitcoin Investment Trust.
Unfortunately for retail investors, only qualified investors can participate in the new funds’ private placements, and all of the private placement shares are subject to a one-year holding period. In other words,it may be a year before shares of the new funds begin trading on the OTC market along with shares of the Bitcoin Investment Trust.