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    Anybody into Cryto Currency?

    I'm not. Don't know much about it, but my son is.
    He has a patent pending on a method of a Cryto Currency wallet. That company mismanaged investment dollars and he left. The patent will still probably be good. The product is still good but I doubt the company will survive. He met with the Malta Government, traveled to Switzerland and Russia.

    Today he is in a Toronto for a Blockchain Futurist Conference. He built a new cold storage air gap custody device. A guy named Dave Hendricks mentioned it in his tweet yesterday. Today they are trying to meet with the Prince of Dubai? His Excellence?
    https://twitter.com/davehendricks?lang=en

    Anyway, didn't know if anyone else was into it?
    Last edited by TeamAllen; 08-16-2018, 06:48 PM.
    Mike Allen, Tigé owner since 1997

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      That's cool. That's more than I did. Glad you made some $.
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