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  • in reply to: Cryptocurrency #959
    MikeT
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    That’s something that scares me too about cryptocurrency. It’s a very risky thing to invest in, and there’s always a chance that your investment is worth less or nothing. My suggestion with cryptocurrency, is research it, buy it when you can, sell it as soon as you can and continue the process. Don’t hold onto it for too long, as you could end up with worthless currency.

    in reply to: What’s the most you’ve made working online? #702
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    That’s a tough one. I think the most that I can remember, was $3000 or so after I sold off a few sites I had built up.

    I make good money now, but not $3000 every so often. It’s still a bit less, but I live good right now.

    in reply to: What are your favorite freelance sites to work on? #701
    MikeT
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    I don’t frequent freelance sites like I used to. I mostly do management based stuff and article based stuff. Used to do a lot of it on freelance sites, but the minimal money and advertising wasn’t cutting it for me, so I started my own business.

    More power to you if you’re able to find enough work on freelance sites.

    in reply to: What foreign currency is best to invest in? #700
    MikeT
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    That’s ok. I’ve been researching it a bit lately, and I hear Singapore is a good option to invest in, as the US Dollar is supposedly very high there.

    I also hear Swiss Franc and the Australian dollar are worthy of investing in as well. I’ll have to do more research though.

    in reply to: Networking through a union #699
    MikeT
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    Yeah it can be done. I am not part of a union, but I imagine you have stuff like holiday parties and meetings where you could potentially market your ideas. Since I work online for a living, I don’t think I could be a part of a union, but if I ever get a steady job with a company, I will.

    in reply to: How do you get investors for a new startup? #698
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    Well reaching out to them for one. There are people known as angel investors. They invest money into smaller projects that need funding. I would reach out to them if your idea is something that would benefit them. As well, reach out to other companies that fit your idea.

    One other thing, campaign your idea, show it around. Tell people what it is capable of and maybe some big company will take notice.

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