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megynacuna
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September 25, 2017, 10:48:41 PM
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This is something that we may see rise up in the future. The possibilities are endless in the crypto space!
It is right if the price of the bitcoin is low but it is god to use it as the opportunity by buying more bitcoin at this time and make good profit through this, in the past the profit was low and the price was not so much as it could be just like the 200$ or maybe equal to it but now the price of the bitcoin has increased a lot it is still growing so no need to loss the hope even at this time.

It's always right to keep buying as much as yo can when the price goes down but per the current rate I don't think many will buy but it's just an opportunity to make monthly and daily dividends should you hold substantial amount of Bitcoin.
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September 25, 2017, 10:58:38 PM
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But how are they going to pay the dividends? i heard about an ICO called Sebeum that is offering dividends, i see it as a good one, but honestly,i dont know how they are going to pay the distribution (i mean, how they are going to track the owner) I dont understand it, maybe i am a little bit newbie with ico's, but i thought it was a good ico.. but i have my questions about it.
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September 25, 2017, 11:24:23 PM
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If the digital asset you are talking about is cryptocurrency than you are wrong, they don't give monthly dividends as they are not companies with earnings annually. A dividend is the share of their income that is paid to you and I have never heard of any cryptocurrency that has one. But if you are talking about stocks then you are correct the problem here is that I don't think a company can pay monthly dividends the best thing they can do I think is quarterly, one and every quarterly income statement.

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