US Coin Values

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Get ready for the end of the 'alt-coin' bear market in cryptocurrency
In total, the market for digital coins has shed over $500 billion of its value from an all-time high above $800 billion at the beginning of the year. Now, it's telling clients to get ready for the end of the alt-coin bear market. Here's Fundstrat in a note ... more info

Alt-coin bear market is over, but bitcoin is still the best bet: Wall Street's Tom Lee
In a late February report, Lee said investors should avoid alt-coins until late March or early April based on historical performance of previous sell-offs and subsequent rallies. The value of all cryptocurrencies excluding bitcoin has roughly halved from $ ... more info

Privacy and Counterfeit Coins
then any set of ƒ coins might be the set of fake coins. The number of equally likely possibilities is (t ƒ), and we call this value ‘‘old possibilities’’. After the weighings, the set of possibilities decreases so that not any arbitrary group of ... more info

TREZOR T Model Review: Is It Worth the Price Tag?
However, if you think about it, a hardware wallet is used for the safe storage of coins, so why would you want to hang it in plain sight? I might be missing something here, but other than its looking very cool inside the dock (VERY cool), I’m not sure ... more info

He got rich after discovering bitcoin in 2009. Now, he's inventing cryptocurrencies of his own worth billions.
Bitcoin, the first digital currency launched in 2009, is still the largest with a total coin value, or market capitalization, of $153 billion. The term bitcoin didn’t appear in The Roanoke Times until 2013, followed by years of commentators questioning ... more info

Rare Paper Money Collection Worth $30 Million to Be Auctioned
A rare coin, according to Treglia, could set you back $30 million ... He was also the first African-American to have his signature on the U.S. currency. The estimated value is $3,000 to $4,000. And then there is the 1891 $10 “Tombstone” note. more info