1 Bitcoin to Philippine Peso or convert 1 BTC to PHP

I recently sent about $200 using bitcoins to a contractor in Philippines from India, and the whole thing could not have been simpler.

Transaction fees came out to about 1%, or less. My contractor withdrew his money using cardless ATM, and this service has no fee associated with it. So basically, I could make an international money transfer without any real fee. The bitcoin to Philippine Peso exchange rate was almost equal to the market rate. I used the services of coins.ph, but there is also rebit.ph, with similar system in place.
So all i had to do was create a coins.ph account, add bitcoins to it, verify my name etc by adding drivers licence etc and thats it, I could ask for cardless ATM withdrawal to about 450 ATM's spread all over Philippines, even in smallest islands. My contractor had no clue about bitcoins at work: he only got crisp Peso notes.
Its amazing Philippines has such a service, because I can't imagine India having anything so smooth. Or any country that I know of.
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: What are some cool stuffs to buy under 1,000 pesos? /r/Philippines

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: What are some cool stuffs to buy under 1,000 pesos? /Philippines submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[WTS] 1882 - 20 lire gold coins, 1910 Philippine Islands Silver Certificate, 95% platinum rings, 14k Solid Euro Geneve Watch, 10k,14k jewelry, rings, bracelets, earrings, etc. Sterling silver jewelry, bracelets, pendants, chains, necklaces, etc

Proof: https://imgur.com/a/InSgfqY
3 - 1882 - 20 Lire Italian Gold - 0.1867 AGW - $365/Each
$6.6FV 90% Junk Silver Assortment of Kennedy’s SLQ’s, Benjis, Walkers, merc 18X Fave - $118.80
1910 Philippine Islands Silver Certificate - 5 Pesos - PCGS Very Good 10 - $90
BZ 95% Platinum Ring - Size 8.5-8.75 - 11 Grams - $400
The watches are solid gold and have been tested by a jewelry store
14K Earrings - 1.41 Grams @ SPOT!! - $50 @ spot
10K Mexico Jospeh Bracelet - 7” Inches Long - 10.23 grams @ SPOT!! - $260 @ spot
14K ArtCarved White Gold Ring, Size 8.5, 6 grams - $275
14K Gold Ring, Size 7.5, 5.26 grams - $240
14K Diamond Ring, Size 7, 8.29 grams - $355
14k Gold Bracelet 11.5 grams, 31 diamonds - $600
14K Oval Jadeite Cabochon Greek Key Ring, HONG KONG, SIZE 10 - $295
14K Opal/Diamond Pendant, 8.61 grams - $1,600 On Consignment Ask Me About It If Intrested
10K Opal Ring - 5 Carat Opal - Size 6.5 - 8.66 grams - $650
10K Opal Ring, Size 6.75 - $425
10K Australian Opal Ring - Size 6.75 - 3.02 Grams - $225
14K Beautiful Yellow/Orange/Green/White/Black Stone Pendant - 13.71 grams - $475
10K Red Stone Ring, Size 6.25 - $115
925 Sterling Silver Corinna-Maria Jewelry Dog Pendant - $8
925 Italy Sterling Silver Bracelet - 7” Inches Long - $14
925 Italy Sterling Silver Bracelet- 8” Inches Long - $14
925 Italy Sterling Silver Bracelet- 7” Inches Long - 7.36 Grams - $15
925 Sterling Silver Beaded Bracelet - 8”Inches Long - $30
925 Italy Sterling Silver Gold Plated Bracelet- 8” Inches Long - 15.07 Grams - $20
925 Sterling Silver Beaded Bracelet - 8”Inches Long - $25
2 - 925 Mexico Taxco Sterling Silver Bracelet/Bangle - 2.5” Inch Diameter - $35/Each
925 Mexico TC-177 Bracelet Sterling Silver - Diameter 2-3” Inches Adjustable - 20.86 grams - $40
925 Los Ballesteros Sterling Panel Bracelet - 42.87g - $50
Siam Sterling Silver Bangle Bracelet Etched Design Pattern - $55
925 Turquoise Navajo Pawn Silver Ring - Size 5 - $70
925 Thai Sterling Silver Necklace with Black Gemstone Dress Pendant - 18.5” Inches Long - $15
925 Sterling Silver Necklace with Blue Stone Pendant - 17” Inches Long - $25
925 Sterling Silver Necklace With Pearl Pendant - 16” Inches Long - 22.42 grams - $40
925 Green Rock Ring, Size 8.75 - **$15
925 Sterling Silver Ring With White/Blue Stone Size 6.5 - **$10
925 Sterling Silver Green Rock Moveable Ring - Size 6-6.25 - 7.41 grams - $20
925 Sterling Silver Ring - Size 7 - 13.62 grams - $20
925 Sterling Silver Ruby? Ring - Size 7 - 2.69 Grams - $50
925 Liquid Silver 30 Strand Necklace With 10 Strand Earrings - $60
925 Wells Sterling Silver Leaf Brooch - $8
925 Sterling Silver Leaf/Green Stone Brooch - 7.46g - $14
925 Sterling Silver Belt Buckle Blue/White/Red/Dark Blue - 24.87 Grams @ SPOT - $20.08
925 Sterling Silver Rose Pendant - $5
925 Thailand Sterling Silver Heart Pendant - $5
Aspire 925 Sterling Silver - My Family Tree Pendant - $7
925 Mexico MM-34 Sterling Silver Heart Pendant - $15
Bell Trading Post Abalone 925 Sterling Silver Vintage Pendant 1936-1969 - $15
ATI Mexico 925 Sterling Silver Black Onyx Pendant - 22.18g - $30
Will Consider Trades for gold or silver on select items and offers are welcome as well
Payment
I accept PayPal Friends and Family, Zelle, Venmo, Cash App, Zelle, Google pay
Bitcoin and other crypto currencies now accepted
Shipping
0-4 oz - $4 5-8 oz - $4.25 9-12 oz - $6 Priority shipping =$8, Stamped envelope - $1, medium flat rate box = $15
•Signature Confirmation $3 (Optional)
•Insurance is also available at buyers expense.
•I pack safely and discretely.
•Prices are subject to change at any moments notice.
•Message me if you have any questions.
•All packages will be dropped off on Saturday or Monday.
•Once I drop the package at the post office I’m not responsible for USPS mistakes or losses
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How to Buy Bitcoin with a US bank account while Living Abroad??

This is something I have been trying to figure out for a while.
I want to simply use bitcoin or another cryptocurrency for remittances to myself (one of the classic uses), however it seems impossible.
I live, and am a permanent resident of the Philippines, but I maintain a US bank account. I have no current US drivers license or state ID, I only have a US passport. I have no actual residence in the US since I lived for 10 years in Philippines already. But I use a family member's US address for some things. I am never able to get verified on any US-based crypto exchange because I cannot prove residence, I have no state ID, and my ip address is sketchy (either it's a Philippines IP address or it's a VPN address). Basically, it never works, I have tried a lot, but I can't buy from a US exchange.
I do have an account with a Philippines cryptocurrency exchange, however, they do not accept US dollars from a US bank account, only Philippines pesos from a Philippines bank account. Since I want to use crypto for remittance, this defeats my purpose.
Open to any ideas that anyone in the community may have. Just don't message me asking me to send you my dollars and you will promise to send me bitcoin, haha.
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Coins.ph: Pros and Cons

Coins.ph is a Philippine-made virtual wallet founded in 2014 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Ron Hose and Runar Petursson. It is the first virtual currency provider in the country to be licensed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) with a Virtual Currency Exchange license.
This platform allows its users to top up prepaid load; send and receive money; pay bills; avail game credits; store and convert cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Etherium (ETH), and Ripple (XRP).
Almost 5 Million customers have been using the platform in various transactions since 2014.
Since it is regulated and licensed by the Central Bank of the Philippines, safe and secure ways to make digital payments, as well as cryptocurrency buy and sell services is guaranteed to its users.
We are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the BSP and the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA).
Under strict regulatory requirements, we operate with a very high level of security, with industry-standard measures such as SSL connections to AES-225 Encryption.
- Coins.ph Support Team
https://support.coins.ph/hc/en-us/articles/360000274842-Is-Coins-ph-safe
This can be simply accessed by downloading the App directly from App Store or visiting the link: https://coins.ph
Now, let's talk about the Pros and Cons of this platform.
PROs :
• Cash in and cash out are almost available with over 33,000 partner location throughout the country.
Cash In options includes E-wallet (Coins.ph, GCash, Globe GCASH via Dragonpay, PayMaya Philippines, Inc.); Online Bank Transfer; Over-the-Counter Banking (BPI, Chinabank, UnionBank Cash Deposit); Remittance Center (Bayad center, Cebuana Lhuillier, LBC Bills Xpress, M Lhuillier ePay, Palawan Pawnshop, PeraHub, Tambunting Pawnshop); Department Stores (Robinsons Business Center, SM Bills Payment Center); International Options (Remitly, Ria Money Transfer, WorldRemit); and Kiosk Payment (Posible, TouchPay Kiosk, eTap Deposit)
For Cash Out, options includes Remittance Center (LBC Instant Peso Padala, Palawan Express Pera Padala, M Lhuillier Cash Pickup); Banks; E-wallets (GCash, GrabPay PH, PayMaya); Cash Cards (Coins.ph, BDO, RCBC, Smart Money Card); Door-to-door delivery (LBC Pesopak); Tollway Credits (Autosweep RFID, Easytrip NLEX Toll); and Cardless ATM Instant Payout available 24/7.
• No banks needed to make e-payments
• Account Verification through App or website
• Easy buying, selling, sending and receiving cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Etherium, Ripple)
• User-friendly interface
• Lots of Promotion like instant 10% cashback on prepaid load (rebate); P5 cashback for each unique bill payment and P100 cashback for 5 unique bills; 1:1 pricing for all game credits; sending funds to any bank account via instaPay free of charge; and many more.
• Can be linked to Facebook account
CONs:
• It’s compliance with Know-Your-Costumer regulation requires the users to verify private information in order to maximize spending limits. A selfie while holding government-issued ID card is a must to clear verification stage;
• Minimal range of accepted IDs for verification
• Users can’t shop around for best price on cryptocurrencies
• Higher fees applied for cryptocurrency conversion to fiat money
• Higher fees for sending and receiving cryptocurrencies
Based on the above-mentioned advantages and disadvantages in using Coins.ph, it is therefore concluded that this e-wallet is best for any transactions in PHP like buying prepaid load, paying bills or remittance purposes however, doesn’t work well for crypto-enthusiast dealing with trading cryptos due to the rates and fees.
Speaking from my own experience, coins.ph helped me a lot in saving time, energy and money since I don’t need to come visit the outlets or payment centers to complete my transactions.
Feel free to comment down your experience with Coins.ph!
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How To Exchange Australian Dollar To PHP

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Cryptocurrency Terminologies for Beginners

The rise of cryptocurrency is making a huge influence towards different businesses, companies or even simple individuals that supports the use of it in exchange of service, products, investments, etc.
Number of users increases seemingly. However, beginners often get confused with the jargons, known only in the said network. In this article, I will be sharing basic terms that exists in cryptocurrency world:
Cryptocurrency - is an internet-based, digital/virtual form of currency that is secured by cryptography (which makes it almost impossible to counterfeit) and operates independently from central bank. These include Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Etherium, Ripple, Litecoin, etc.
Cryptography - process of securing communication and data in various electronic transactions (such as account name, account number, amount, digital signature, etc.) by converting plain texts to unintelligible texts and vice versa. It is also be utilized for user authentication.
Blockchain - refers to a growing list of record or the digital information (blocks) stored in public database (chain).
Wallet - or software wallet, is where you “store” your cryptocurrency. It is basically a digital program/system/site/app that store public and/or private keys used to track ownership and transactions of your cryptocurrency. Example: Coinbase, Trust Wallet, Exodus Crypto Wallet, Coins.ph, Binance Wallet, etc.
Wallet Address - is a destination associated with the software wallet where a user sends and receives cryptocurrency. Usually include a long series of letters and numbers. Example: qz8wlltmrj83mj2waw6rgaw9wtzqywuc5s3xqm67g7
Fiat Money - a currency that has actual value maintained; established as money; and backed up by the government. Example: US Dollar, British Pound, Philippine Peso, Japanese Yen, Euro, etc.
Altcoin - or "alts"; refers to any cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin.
ATH (All-time High) - it's when a cryptocurrency breaks its previous record price.
FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) - refers to the strong urge or need to purchase a cryptocurrency when the price starts increasing rapidly.
Mining - process of validation of transactions such as computers trying to solve blocks in a blockchain. Thus rewarding new cryptocurrency to successful user (miner). However, mining scams are rampant nowadays. Miners are always reminded not to provide private keys, deposits, etc to avoid these frauds.
FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) - this is the greatest risk for investors; A state of mind that often influence when and how crypto-enthusiasts make trades, purchase or hold onto their coins thus affects greatly in the actual prices/convertion rate of cryptocurrency.
DeFi - short term for "decentralized finance" which includes digital assets, protocols, smart contracts, and dApps; is a financial software built on the blockchain that can be pieced together like Money Legos. Etherium is the primary choice for DeFi Application.
Stablecoin - refers to a class of cryptocurrency that attempts to stabilize coin prices, backed by reserve assets.
Reserve Assets - financial assets denominated in foreign currencies, held by central banks; must be readily available for monetization and/or must be an external physical asset. Example: US Dollars, Gold.
That's all for now, I hope this information might help especially beginners who still lack knowledge regarding these terms. Continue supporting #Cryptocurrency
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Need help...

I’m from the philippines, and as you know, it’s a country with a lot of poor people, i’m one of them. I really want to help my mom who is currently living in a worn down house, and i found out after surfing the internet for a few minutes (in my country there are places where you can use a computer for 5minutes:1 peso ratio) that 1 btc is actually a lot of money in the philippines and i thought about helping my mom in fixing our 40 year old broken down house...if u could spare a bitcoin it would really help...
1B6EtZfvWz8Tfrj9zZyLmY7HZk5owLHbWv
I’d really appreciate your help, it would help us fix our home and even start a smalltime business to support our dirt poor family
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[WTS] INTERNATIONAL COIN SALE! Coins from Japan, Mexico, Hong Kong and more!

Paypal Friends and Family accepted but would rather use bitcoin cause fees are too high for Paypal.
Shipping will be from HONG KONG for 5 dollars for the first 50 grams and increases. Insurance is also an option for 5 more dollars to be insured for 500 USD. If your buying amount goes more than 500 dollars and you want to insure your package, shipping and insurance rates will change. I am not responsible for any damages or lost packages.
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*All Prices in USD*
I am MORE THAN WILLING TO BARGAIN

Coins
  1. Natal Numismatic society medal RARE silver edition- 775
  2. JM silver dragon RARE with year - 135
  3. 60g tiger tongue bar - 300
  4. 70g tiger tongue bar - 375
  5. 1897 Piastre (Chopped Mark) - 180
  6. Half Dollar 1858 *(*RARE with Chopmarks) - 268
  7. One Yen Year 22 *(*RARE with Chopmarks and Gin stamp) - 185
  8. Yuan Shikai Year 3 *(*RARE with Chopmarks)- 300
  9. Eight Reales 1759 -330
  10. 1876 Trade Dollar -240
  11. 1904 Straits Dollar (Chopmarks) -215
  12. 1908 Piastre - 220
  13. Manen Two Shu - 85
  14. Tenpo Two Shu (Cardboard Holder) - 85
  15. Tenpo Two Shu (Clear Case) - 85
  16. China Proof Set 1992 - 190
  17. British Trade Dollar Mint Chopmark (日) - 145
  18. British Trade Dollar Calcutta Life chopmark (生) (RARE, low mintage) -280
  19. Strait Settlements (Chopmarks) -190
  20. Mexico 'Dished' coin (Chopmarks)- 150
  21. Japanese One Yen Year 20 - 100
  22. Japanese One Yen Year 17 - 100
  23. Japanese One Yen Year 45 -100
  24. Mexican 8 Reals 1886 Mexico City -110
  25. Mexican 8 Reales 1874 Potosi - 80
  26. Philippine Peso 1903 - 100
  27. Philippine Peso 1903-S - 80
  28. Ansei Ichibu MS 62 - 100
  29. Japanese 2 Shu XF details -270
  30. 2 Shu (5 Pieces Available)- 85
  31. 2 Bu (2 Pieces Available) - 110
  32. Phillipines YII -380
  33. Phillipines F70 - 420
  34. Hong Kong 1883 - 400
  35. Peru 1 Sol - 85
  36. Peacemaker Bar - 45
  37. Blue Coin Folder - 125
  38. Ching Dynasty White Folder -125
  39. HK 1988 Proof Set - 350
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[WTS} BACK AT IT AGAIN ;)! ABSOLUTE HUGE LOT OF Chopmarks, Japanese, Chinese and Others!

Hi there, I haven't posted in a long time but me and my cousin have recently got a huge lot of coins! We are both really excited to release such a huge collection and would love to sell most of these XD.
Paypal Friends and Family accepted but would MUCH rather use bitcoin cause fees are too high for Paypal :/
Shipping will be from HONG KONG for 5 dollars for the first 50 grams and increases. Insurance is also an option for 5 more dollars to be insured for 500 USD. If your buying amount goes more than 500 dollars and you want to insure your package, shipping and insurance rates will change. I am not responsible for any damages or lost packages.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*All Prices in USD*
I am MORE THAN WILLING TO BARGAIN, shoot your shot (Whats the fun if we can't negotiate!). Sadly, can't take trades for now lol.

INTERNATIONAL COINS
  1. Natal Numismatic society medal RARE silver edition- 800
  2. JM silver dragon RARE with year - 150
  3. 60g tiger tongue bar - 320
  4. 70g tiger tongue bar - 390
  5. 1897 Piastre (Chopped Mark) - 180
  6. Half Dollar 1858 *(*RARE with Chopmarks) - 280
  7. One Yean Year 22 *(*RARE with Chopmarks and Gin stamp) - 185
  8. Yuan Shikai Year 3 *(*RARE with Chopmarks)- 300
  9. Eight Reales 1759 -330
  10. 1876 Trade Dollar -240
  11. 1904 Straits Dollar (Chopmarks) -215
  12. 1908 Piastre - 220
  13. Manen Two Shu - 85
  14. Tenpo Two Shu (Cardboard Holder) - 110
  15. Tenpo Two Shu (Clear Case) - 110
  16. China Proof Set 1992 - 190
  17. British Trade Dollar Mint Chopmark (日) - 145
  18. British Trade Dollar Calcutta Life chopmark (生) (RARE, low mintage) -280
  19. Strait Settlements (Chopmarks) -190
  20. Mexico 'Dished' coin (Chopmarks)- 150
  21. Japanese One Yen Year 20 - 100
  22. Japanese One Yen Year 17 - 100
  23. Japanese One Yen Year 45 -100
  24. Mexican 8 Reals 1886 Mexico City -110
  25. Mexican 8 Reales 1874 Potosi - 80
  26. Philippine Peso 1903 - 100
  27. Philippine Peso 1903-S - 80
  28. Ansei Ichibu MS 62 - 100
  29. Japanese 2 Shu XF details -270
CHINESE COINS
  1. Fukien 20 cents 1924 - 248
  2. Kwang Tung 20 cents 1918 - 40
  3. China Empire 10 cents 1908 - 749
  4. Kirin 20 cents 1900- 291
  5. Kwang Tung 5 cents 1890 - 83
  6. Kiang Nan 10 cents 1901 - 136
  7. Manchukou 20 cents 1910 - 86
  8. Yunnan 1932 20 cents - 248
  9. Kirin 20 cents 1898 - 256
  10. Kwang Tung 20 cents 1912 - 48
  11. China 20 cents 1911 - 120
  12. Yunnan 1908 20 cents - 300
  13. Kwang Tung 5 cents 1890 - 83
  14. Fukien 20 cents 1924 - 63
  15. Kirin ND 10 cents 1898 - 136
  16. Hu-Peh China 10 cents 1895 - 47
  17. Che Kiang 1924 10 cents - 63
  18. Kwan Tung 20 cents 1922- 38
  19. Yunnan China 1911-15 20 cents - 550
  20. China 20 cents 1924 - 370
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7,200... grabe. Manila Water to sell 30% stake to raise funds? PCC to block SMC's HLCM purchase? (Feb1)

Happy February, Barkada --

The PSE closed down 192 (!!) points to 7,200 [▼2.60%].

The market's shookt, but it's not just a Filipino thing as the DOW closed down 600 points overnight. All markets are witnessing a "flight to safety" as money leaves equities (stocks) and enters commodities (like gold, or now... bitcoin) or income-generating assets (like bonds or prefs). In wall-street speak, it's "risk-off."
Special thanks to dgxxiii and BawlSyet for their kind words. Thanks for being readers!

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Main stories covered:

  1. Manila Water voluntarily halts on Friday to disclose... backup plan to sell 900-million shares to raise money
  2. PSE bloodbath as the market trades down to 7,200
  3. Department of Finance (DOF) investigating a "new" onerous contract
  4. San Miguel's purchase of Holcim Philippines flagged in PCC review

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[WTS] Huge Lot of International Coins, Chopped Mark Coins, Chinese Coins, and ETC

Hi there, I haven't posted in a long time but me and my cousin have recently got a huge lot of coins! We are both really excited to release such a huge collection and would love to sell most of these XD.
Paypal Friends and Family accepted but would MUCH rather use bitcoin cause fees are too high for Paypal :/
Shipping will be from HONG KONG for 5 dollars for the first 50 grams and increases. Insurance is also an option for 5 more dollars to be insured for 500 USD. If your buying amount goes more than 500 dollars and you want to insure your package, shipping and insurance rates will change. I am not responsible for any damages or lost packages.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*All Prices in USD*
I am MORE THAN WILLING TO BARGAIN, shoot your shot (Whats the fun if we can't negotiate!). Sadly, can't take trades for now lol.
INTERNATIONAL COINS
  1. Natal Numismatic society medal RARE silver edition- 800
  2. JM silver dragon RARE with year - 150
  3. 60g tiger tongue bar - 320
  4. 70g tiger tongue bar - 390
  5. 1897 Piastre (Chopped Mark) - 180
  6. Half Dollar 1858 *(*RARE with Chopmarks) - 280
  7. One Yean Year 22 *(*RARE with Chopmarks and Gin stamp) - 185
  8. Yuan Shikai Year 3 *(*RARE with Chopmarks)- 300
  9. Eight Reales 1759 -330
  10. 1876 Trade Dollar -240
  11. 1904 Straits Dollar (Chopmarks) -215
  12. 1908 Piastre - 220
  13. Manen Two Shu - 85
  14. Tenpo Two Shu (Cardboard Holder) - 110
  15. Tenpo Two Shu (Clear Case) - 110
  16. China Proof Set 1992 - 190
  17. British Trade Dollar Mint Chopmark (日) - 145
  18. British Trade Dollar Calcutta Life chopmark (生) (RARE, low mintage) -280
  19. Strait Settlements (Chopmarks) -190
  20. Mexico 'Dished' coin (Chopmarks)- 150
  21. Japanese One Yen Year 20 - 100
  22. Japanese One Yen Year 17 - 100
  23. Japanese One Yen Year 45 -100
  24. Mexican 8 Reals 1886 Mexico City -110
  25. Mexican 8 Reales 1874 Potosi - 80
  26. Philippine Peso 1903 - 100
  27. Philippine Peso 1903-S - 80
  28. Ansei Ichibu MS 62 - 100
  29. Japanese 2 Shu XF details -270
CHINESE COINS
  1. Fukien 20 cents 1924 - 248
  2. Kwang Tung 20 cents 1918 - 40
  3. China Empire 10 cents 1908 - 749
  4. Kirin 20 cents 1900- 291
  5. Kwang Tung 5 cents 1890 - 83
  6. Kiang Nan 10 cents 1901 - 136
  7. Manchukou 20 cents 1910 - 86
  8. Yunnan 1932 20 cents - 248
  9. Kirin 20 cents 1898 - 256
  10. Kwang Tung 20 cents 1912 - 48
  11. China 20 cents 1911 - 120
  12. Yunnan 1908 20 cents - 300
  13. Kwang Tung 5 cents 1890 - 83
  14. Fukien 20 cents 1924 - 63
  15. Kirin ND 10 cents 1898 - 136
  16. Hu-Peh China 10 cents 1895 - 47
  17. Che Kiang 1924 10 cents - 63
  18. Kwan Tung 20 cents 1922- 38
  19. Yunnan China 1911-15 20 cents - 550
  20. China 20 cents 1924 - 370
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CHART MONDAY: January kicked PSE in the face... but will Feb be any different? (Feb3)

Happy Chart Monday, Barkada --

The PSE closed down 192 points to 7201 [▼2.6%].

I'm going to be adding some charts to the Chart Monday extravaganza. We already have PSE v ASEAN month/year, and PSE v WORLD MARKETS month/year, but now I want to do PSE v OTHER ASSETS month/year... like gold, oil, bitcoin... if you have any ideas, be sure to send me a note!
Thanks to Jenny who emailed with kind words of support, and welcome to bannerman82 and all the other fresh-faced Barkadans who have recently joined the group! There are a huge number of people who will be receiving their first MB emails this week, so please remember: I want to hear from anyone who has a comment or suggestion on how I could make this newsletter better.

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ASEAN Markets | 1 month

While all the exchanges of the ASEAN have been reduced to sad stalactites of value loss, it is notable to see the PSE being the reddest of the red, and it's not even close.

ASEAN Markets | 1 year

The TTM (trailing twelve months) chart is different, but the outcome is very much the same: lots of ASEAN exchanges in the red, but the PSE is down significantly more than most (still not really counting Laos). Our closest comparable in terms of economies in this graph is Vietnam. There is a huge delta between Vietnam's +3% and our -11%.

WORLD Markets | 1 month

We've managed to do worse than even Hong Kong, but our market has had to deal with significant foreign capital outflows, Taal volcano, and now nCoV.

WORLD Markets | 1 year

This remains to be the most brutal chart of them all. P10,000 invested in the PSE over the last year would be worth P8,842 today... whereas that same amount invested in the US would be worth P11,918.

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r/Bitcoin recap - June 2019

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the 30th monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in May 2019
Adoption
Development
Security
Mining
Business
Research
Education
Regulation & Politics
Archeology (Financial Incumbents)
Price & Trading
Fun & Other
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Is it cheaper to use ATM bitcoin rather than going to money changers?

I just found an ATM bitcoin in Singapore.
I live in the Philippines. Is it cheaper for me to get bitcoin and convert my peso into SGDs?
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Advice for American moving to Philippines?

I'm 40, semi retired. I sold my computer tech company in December and, while I'm not crazy rich, I have enough to survive and live much more comfortably.
With my daughter off to college in August, I have no ties where I live now... no family to speak of, no business, no child and no girlfriend. As such, I am looking to move to the Philippines in November of this year. Well, I'm going over for six months to see if I can "make a go of it" as it were... i.e., find enough income to pay just my expenses (which I estimate at 100k pesos per month).
I'm looking to see if someone can answer the one question I have and if anyone knows a lead on work I could perform while I'm there so bear with me, this one might be a little long:
Question: I was told that, if I do not have an outbound ticket when I come through customs, I may have to buy one on the spot... I have an outbound ticket for March, four months after arrival but since that's not within the 30-days of visa-free travel, I did not know if it would "count"... will I need to buy an outbound ticket within 30 days too or will this suffice?
Skills:
I currently teach Bitcoin and Crypto currencies over here in the states and online (website: www.mycrypto.guru - we are changing it next week over to a direct hourly consulting site and selling all classes on Udemy instead). I've emailed 15 colleges in Manila to see if they would like to add a Bitcoin class to their lineup but only one even has replied so far.
Former business handled anything computer related: fixing and building computers, repairing them, cleaning viruses etc all the way up to network engineering, data security, encryption systems, etc... over the last few years I handled the higher end projects we got in to but I'm capable of handling everything from start the finish.
Skilled in running a moderately busy Airbnb group of listings so hospitality is something I could work in as well... more "buy a resort" but I know I can't own land and I don't plan on getting married any time soon so this is off the plate for a while. Unless someone wanted to partner, I'm open to that idea.
I thought about several possible business ideas... I'm a pretty decent network engineer so one thought that occurred to me was hourly-charged public wifi. I realize this would not work for the Filipino people themselves as they have cellular Internet but tourists don't and my cell phone (from Verizon at the time) could not get Internet more than a few minutes at a time. I would pay $0.25 an hour to get it from restaurants in tourist areas just to have it when I needed to upload something or talk to my kid.
I also thought I would do well in real estate helping expats move to the country. As an American, I understand their concerns more, my English is more conversational, I know how they lived back home, etc. I thought it might be a good way to cater to a particular crowd but can I even get hired by a company for this? Is there anyone who would even want me? I know there's a Visa requirement but I'm asking more in the: would a Filipino company consider me since I'm not Filipino?
Any other advice you could offer would be great. I'd love to get feedback. All I know right now is that I can't stay here and everyone I met in the Philippines were amazing... friendly, happy, just great. It's hard to find here the happiness you guys seem to wake up with over there. You're the people I want to spend my time with.
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Online marketplaces and Philippines

Hi there. Wont lie, i am doing little market research. Expanding business and opening office in Philippines so doing research.
Do Filipinos like to shop online and what is the prefered payment method? We will depoly 2 apps on market, general market place and real estate. Idea is to offer with classic cards and paypal also payments ovet ethereum, bitcoin and monero. Both platforms wont have any commercials, there will be subscription only for real estate agents with 50 peso per year.
P.S.
We will be also hiering 10 codders in Makati. If your skill set has one of following:
Haskell Erlang Lua Pythin Machine learning deep learning C++ GNU octave Linux
You are welcome to apply. For Java i will hit you.
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Investing in Real Estate and other vehicles of investments

Okay I have some money to move around, I am from Canada and been staying in the Philippines for an extensive time. Some people say buy condo's rent them out, when you pay with cash you get 15% discount to 18% discount with some developers.
Some people in the province say buy rice fields and have people work your fields, that is where the money is if you own a few hectares (not really my thing, since I have zero knowledge about farming)

I invested in a condo unit right now and its pretty much empty, I stay there once in a while and also have a house and lot in the province here is some of my investment ideas please let me know which one you think is best with reasoning. I know the real estate market in Canada is super hot, but i am not really sure about Philippines and condo units are being erected in every single place, I believe there is over supply.

Investment Ideas.

  1. Buy up more cryptocurrency since the price is super low now ( Litecoin, Bitcoin) etc and hold for a spike (high risk super high return)
  2. Buy few Condo units looking at DMCI, rent them out for 15k a pop, parking spots 6k a pop and receive this income in the next few years and basically sustain myself from this income if I can acquire 5-6 units with parking spots)
Basic math says:
Units 15K (rent) x 5 =75k a month
Parking Slot 6K x 5 = 30k a month
Yearly: 1.260mil let's subtract 260K for yearly taxes maintance and all other stuff. so maybe 1mil yearly income?
  1. Acquire some land put up a resort, Batangas, Mariveles etc.
5-10mil to put up a decent resort with few rooms, rental stay 2.5k per room per day. Can't predict the return here because can't predict how many days of the year the place will be rented also let's include high up keep costs as guest check in and check out. (not sure)

  1. Rice Fields? (know nothing about this maybe someone can chime in, if owning 20 hectares or more can yield a high return)
These are some of the investment vehicles i am looking at, can anyone recommend other forms of investment in the Philippines, I have this problem which everyone would love to have too much money on my hand and no idea where to locate it, obviously sitting in banks does not help in any shape on form, looking for some tips as this is a new market here in the Philippines for me and don't want to be burned for millions and millions of pesos.





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Bitcoin saved my ass in South East Asia

A week ago I went to the Philippines from Taiwan for a short visa run. I exchanged some Taiwan dollars to Pesos at the government-run Bank of Taiwan and got ripped off big time (the spread was 30%).
Anyway, I ran out of money in a few days and heard of Coins.ph. They let you instantly cash out bitcoins at particular ATMs with no debit/credit card needed. I always carry around $100 worth of BTC in my wallet so I gave it a try.
I sent ~$60 over to my Coins.ph wallet, sold it for Filipino pesos, went to the nearest ATM, typed in some codes and got 3200 pesos for almost the same exchange rate as found on google. The difference was only 2.8% which I thought was fair given my other choice was to become a beggar.
We're still far from using Bitcoin for everyday stuff but it proves to be very helpful regardless (unlike bankster that can't wait to fuck you over).
Just wanted to share my experience with you guys.
Btw here's the link explaining the whole process.
tdlr; went to the Philippines, ran out of money, sold bitcoins for pesos, survived.
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Tagcash adding PHP, BTC, TAG as anchor in Philippines

We have added Philippines Pesos, and will add Bitcoin to Stellar shortly. We have also issued 10 Billion TagCoin (tagcoin.org) as payment token within Tagcash Wallets.
Tagcash is a government regulated E-Money Issuer authorised to issue and run E-Money on permissioned blockchains. (tagcash.com/emi.pdf). We want to make it easier for people abroad to remit Money back home, but also, we want to make it easier for us to sell TagCoin to companies that need it to do things within the TAG platform, since it is nigh on impossible to take payments for it via credit card.
By regulations we must keep the Philippines Pesos in the bank to match issued assets. For Bitcoin, we will be issuing 500 BTC on Stellar, and will show the wallet addresses to back that up.
We are just now integrating Stellar into the Tagcash Wallets on web and mobile apps
Stellar TOML file is:
https://tagcash.com/.well-known/stellar.toml
This has the issuer address for the currencies.
Constructive feedback welcome - still learning..:)
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