First Aten Coin Conference Held in Warsaw, Poland a Major Success

First Aten Coin Conference Held in Warsaw, Poland a Major Success

The FirstAten Coin Conference held in Warsaw Poland October 28th 2015 was a major success. The First Aten Coin Conference held in Warsaw Poland October 28th 2015 was a major success. There were over 100 attendees that came from all over the world. Those in attendance came from very diverse backgrounds from government officials, those working in the financial sector, investors, merchants who will accept Aten Coin as payment, to those who were just interested in Aten Coin and how it will become a global currency. There were a couple of interesting panels where the issues digital currencies....

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Bitcoins are not a real investment; they are bets inside a casino. If the price goes back up, don't be fooled. In the parlance of popping investment bubbles, it's something called a 'dead-cat bounce.' People who are desperate to keep the game going rush back in, hoping to bring the price back up, but it never lasts.

Kurt Eichenwald