Facebook is a social media platform that’s mostly used for entertainment and communication. These days, however, aside from being a hub for those who wish to connect with others, the site is being used for selling things—similar to Craigslist. And this is done through Facebook Marketplace.
Garage sales are perfect for preppers to find survival items at very low prices. A lot of people who hold garage or yard sales don’t have any clue about the true worth of their items, and how useful they can be to others. Thus, they are willing to sell them for almost nothing just to get rid of them.
Investing in gold coins can be very lucrative. This is why gold bullion coins amounting to millions of dollars exchange hands every week. It is very easy to buy and sell valuable gold coins like the Canadian Maple Leaf and the American Eagle via precious metals dealers because of their high gold purity.
In times when the stock market shows high volatility and unpredictability, gold remains stable and maintains its high value. Thus, a lot of savvy investors diversify their investments and stock up on gold and other precious metals when the economy is beginning to show signs of instability and a market downtrend is imminent.
Global crypto payment provider, BitPay has announced that the OneGold precious metals and digital gold marketplace is now accepting Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, according to a press release. OneGold – founded by APMEX is a leading precious metals retailer, and Sprott, an alternative asset manager – are focused on giving investors the ability to combine the “key benefits of physical gold and silver with those of blockchain-based digital assets.”
The 1000-year-old Royal Mint gold bullion are now available to everyone. Since 2016, gold bars that weigh 100 grams to 400 ounces may be purchased and owned by pensioners or investors through the Royal Mint Signature Gold service. Their gold will then be stored in a highly secured bullion vault storage facility.
Scientists from the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have discovered how to melt gold at room temperature. The researcher’s experiments involved applying an electric field to a conical object made of gold. The objects used are nanocones made of pure gold, with a tip diameter of a little over two nanometers.