Cashless Movement Gaining
Coin collectors are looking towards a full fall season. The general public continues to take not only coins, but bank notes for granted as a part of our everyday financial life. Increasingly, people outside the United States are beginning to wonder, just how many coins are going to be available in c
Initial Coin Offerings Not Just For CryptoCoins
To a coin collector, the suggestion of an Initial Coin Offering sounds just like what it reads—a new coin to be sold as soon as the coin is announced. Is this correct? As far as investors and speculators are concerned, an ICO is an unregulated way to crowdfund cryptocurrencies.
Getting Started Collecting Coins
Getting your coin collection started isn’t as hard as you might think and there are a number of avenues you can pursue. Most of it depends though on why you want to become a coin collector. If you’re doing it just as a relaxing hobby then you have no problem and can get started pretty much off the b
Getting Started With Coins
Getting your coin collection started isn’t as hard as you might think and there are a number of avenues you can pursue. Most of it depends though on why you want to become a coin collector.
Weak ANA Event Fails To Push Up Values
The coin market can usually be anticipated to relaunch itself for the remainder of the year following the annual American Numismatics Association convention held each August. The attendance at the ANA convention was reportedly weak by most attendee’s accounts.
Tax Could Send Collecting Underground
Coin dealers in India are reeling as the nation prepares to replace a one percent Value Added Tax on collector coins with a whopping 12 percent Goods and Services Tax. This tax is particularly problematic for the six or seven major numismatic firms in India that are registered with the Archaeologica
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