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Bitcoins are virtual currency that works from peer-to-peer, a relatively new concept in electronic payment but has started to gain popularity among online business traders. Often labeled bitcoin as a cryptocurrency or digital currency mostly used in online trading instead of actual monetary funds.
Bitcoins can be acquire in exchange for fiat money, products, and services. Consumer can send and receive bitcoins electronically using e-wallet (stores the digital credentials for your bitcoin holdings) software on a mobile device, personal computer or web application. In order to spend/exchange your bitcoins a service group like AlfaCashier offers buy and sell Bitcoins fast and easy.
More about AlfaCashier AlfaCashier was launched in 2012. The company offers exchange rates on the exchange of Bitcoins and other e-currencies, and exceptional standards of service and support. As of 2014, AlfaCashier uses SEPA/SWIFT transfers to work with banks worldwide. The company’s mission is to provide a fast and convenient currency exchange platform, and to make funds available in every country of the world.
I Wish They Taught Money in High School So I’m Not Dependent on My Paycheck by Clarissa Seriña-De La Paz I Wish They Taught Money in High School So I Can Start My Own Business Right Away by Sharon W. Que
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I Wish They Taught Money in High School is a two-part book authored respectively by: Clarissa Seriña-De La Paz, Sharon W. Que and edited by Ms. Katherine Tiuseco. The book serves to influence the younger generation (and also struggling adult Filipinos) make-shift alternatives thru investing and saving money. The content is easy to digest and direct to the point, although motivational piece like this will always depend on the reader’s drive to execute, attack and attain financial freedom based on his course of actions.
I Wish They Taught Money in High School So I’m Not Dependent on My Paycheck by Clarissa Seriña-De La Paz
How to Start a Business Through Franchising Mompreneurship Series
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Deiville would like to thank Super Cuts for another collaboration efforts with us on how to empower women (in particular) in the field of Mompreneurship/Entrepreneurship by creating a business through franchising. The topic does not generalizes by gender, men can also learn from this discussion.
Personally, I’m yearning to make a living sort of a substantial amount by maintaining websites and from online jobs I applied. I left an 8-5 job to be able to maximize time with the family and make a living by starting up a home-based small-time business. But, the family I have are open to opportunities like franchising, in the same way we are all open to an accessibility where and how to make an extra money. It’s been a plan that has been popping up every time our dinner topics shoot with “what if I file an early retirement”, the next mind-mind boggling question is “what type of business would we excel?” “What’s our passion, interest and hobby – all rolled into one,” “How about franchising as a sideline?”
No Nonsense Personal Finance Conference with Randell Tiongson, Dennis Sy and Carl Dy with Driven Syndic8 Blogger’s Corner
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I have yet to read Randell Tiongson’s book “No Nonsense”, Deiville got a copy from this event on his announcement on stage with the best tweets using hashtag #NoNonsense. Here’s my winning entry! 🙂 (image to be uploaded, network is erratic!)
Our Driven Syndic8 Blogger’s booth started early, with a rafflecopter giveaways and at the final hour, we’ve announce on stage winners of Gift Certificates and tokens sponsored by Deiville, Special Education Philippines, Doll Hana, School Talk and WHiteboard Learning.
There’s also prizes beneath the seats scattered around the area, five special prizes were at stake.
All winner’s photo can be viewed at Deiville Facebook Page.
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What: No Nonsense Personal Finance Conference When: September 14, 2013 (Saturday), 12 noon to 6:30pm Where: Victory Center, 4th Level, Virra Mall Bldg., Greenhills Shopping Center, Greenhills, San Juan City
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From the deck of Randell Tiongson featuring his book No Non Sense, talk was full of Filipino-inspired stories with comical twist. Made a true sense when he presented with facts and figures about the status part of the country’s economic failure.
Sharing my mobile-shot short video. Listen to his funny approach on a really serious finance problems.
ROUND-UP on Premier Thought Leaders Conference – The Next Best Selling Authors with Driven Syndic8 Blogger’s Corner
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We spent the whole day of learning and fun interaction at yesterday’s conference from Premier Thought Leaders – The Next Best Selling Authors. My blogging partner of that day was teacher Ia Adam Lim of Special Education Philippines, together we’ve set up Blogger’s Corner (us being a part of Driven Syndic8 – a group I initially created for bloggers using Facebook platform). This event marks our very first blogging activity which aims to maximize our social media influence. We were given a Blogger’s booth at Be the Big Boss Summit last July 2013, with lack of planning and coordination among bloggers with different field. I assume it was a wasted opportunity. So given the second chance, Ia and I started our first gig entrepreneurship through maximizing our social media presence.