Seaborn Hall, 11/16/18
Re: Not All That Glitters Is Gold, The Royal Gazette
CS Commentary: We suggest that the comments at the end of the article also be read.
The author raises some interesting points, but it is not clear whether all of his facts are correct. The reader should also check outand the accompanying comments. CS has eyeballed the analyst recommending DIG and the current COO of DIG and they ‘seem’ like straight up people. On the other hand, there is something that we can’t put our finger on here – some kind of uneasy feeling – and we are not sure what it is at present. It is entirely possible that we could be missing something – in either direction.
As we have been saying all along, DIG is a speculative investment, don’t invest more than you can stand to lose – there have been various scams in this industry, so it is always good to be careful even when investing speculatively.
Also see, Arbitrade $15 Bn Gold Title Claim, Scott Neil, The Royal Gazette
Also be sure to read the comments on this article. Both of the above articles raise some good questions, but it is unclear whether either or both are fact checked correctly or whether they have complete information. For example, see Ronnie Moas’ Twitter response with photos of Arbitrade
Until Arbitrade actually follows through and proves itself with licensing, release on major crypto exchanges, and proof that they own buildings and gold this speculation should only be considered very cautiously. There have consistently been questions regarding this whole operation.
Again – only invest what you can afford to lose without losing any sleep at night!
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