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Bitcoin – The Cryptocurrency with the largest Market Capitalization has smashed through a value of over $3,300 in the last 24 Hours!  Why?  The main reason may be that traders are getting access to their Bitcoin Cash and selling it off.  The block-chain technology split into two Tokens this week, causing massive speculation, and volatility.  Here’s the latest one day chart from the Blockfolio App:

Cameron McKirdy was at a #Bitcoin ATM in Springfield, Oregon during the historic uptick in #BTC valuation.   He found that the lowest amount you can purchase from a machine in person here is only $10 #USAThe machine won’t let you purchase Crypto for $1.  This makes sense due to transaction fees increasing to $5+ dollars per transfer for me personally. 

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Altcoin ATM Pricing Update at 2:00PM PST 8/7/17:

By Cameron McKirdy
Last week I traded an antique wooden chest for a bunch of used Swiss Army knives. I kept some, and swapped out others for a new Buck folder.

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They call this classic the Buck Stockman. I liked it because it has three fatty blades. It’s nothing special, but it will do work. The knife dealer in my town said it was made in China, so it’s not the best quality, compaired to Buck knives made in America. But I will use this folder. The blades on the mini Victorinox tools don’t have much of a surface to work with. They are perfect for the small emergency caches I’ve been burying. All in all, I made a good trade up. The knife dealer pays out half of the retail value of the item. Makes sense. It’s fair to me.

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I swooped these old knives from an estate sale today. I paid a little too much. $10. I offered $5, but got rejected. I forked it over because it was for a good cause. I should still be able to make a few bucks on these, or trade up later. I’d like another multitool for them. I’m really digging these older knifes with wood handles, so I may keep the large one. The little folding knife was designed to work with a pocket watch. You can see where it would attached to a chain.

I’m hooked on collecting knives. I can’t wait for next weekend so I can hit up more garage sales. The time to buy is when people have to sell. Buying used is way more fun that paying full retail for something. I like that these objects have a history, and I get to add to it. Peace and love.

Silver is still climbing! Take a look at this 60 day chart from Kitco. Do you have any precious metal? Preppers know investing in silver and gold is a good hedge against inflation. It’s something to think about. Talk to your local coin shop dealer about different investment options. We are not financial advisors, but selling your precious metals now may be extremely stupid. Real money will never be worth zero. All fiat currencies, aka paper money units of exchange, have eventually been devalued to nothing. Do your homework. Also, below is a interesting 650 year chart of the price of both gold and silver. Did you know silver was once more valuable than gold? That could happen again. Keep prepping.

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