I've been following cryptocurrency for a while now, and I've taken to trusting the World Coin Index site the most. It seems to have all of the cryptocurrencies in one spot, which is convenient for me.
The World Coin Index site shows live updates like I'm watching the stock market. So, it's in a format I'm familiar with as well. I haven't quite bitten the bullet and bought anything yet. I'm still a bit skeptical about the whole thing. Bitcoin seems to jump and fall really easily and that makes me nervous. Does anyone have any experience with it?
When my father passed away, he also left behind a bunch of silver dimes. I thought this was odd, but it turns out, their value can add up. They are still in circulation today, but they're value is higher than $0.10.
I recently started spending my Friday nights in front of the television coin tracking. I'm a thirty something rare coin collector who spends 40% of her life waiting for her next big penny break. It's all worth it though.
Ever since I can remember, my Grandpa collected coins. "A penny saved is a penny earned," he'd always say. As I got older, I began to understand what a valuable life lesson that was. All his life Grandpa saved coins.
When I was younger, my mom would always say count your pennies. I never did because everything I wanted costed much more than my collection of pennies. I had piles of pennies. And those piles never added up to much.
My father died not too long ago, my mother had already preceded him, so I went back to their home and did some cleaning and sorting of what we should keep and what we should donate or throw away. I was an only child, so it was just me.