Visiting the local store, I found them to have 3 magnum icecream popsickles for 12 DKK. Very cheap, they usually cost 12 DKK for one. I bought a pack of three and realized I could not eat three, so what to do with the remaining two? I have no freezer turned on at the moment 😀
I went back to the store, told the service rep to give these two ice to the next kids that pass by here. That was last week. This week I obtained a lawnmover for free and probably an unheard of cheap car.
Karma can be a bitch and if it is, toss a child some icecream apparantly and good things will come 🙂
Well appart from needing a lawnmover, which was delivered to me two days ago. A deal for a used car popped up. 300 USD for a car that has two years until car inspection. When scrapping it in 2 years I will get 250 USD from the government 🙂 Essentially brining the purchase price for a car with 2 years lifetime down to roughly 50 USD over two years. That’s basicly free 🙂
Going to check it out tomorrow 🙂
Few weeks ago I needed batteries. Suddenly a friend came and told me I could have his 4 deep charge AGM batteries of 90AH each, 1 year old as he was getting new ones…
Those are like 140 USD a piece 😀
Thanks goes to my friend!
Previous to brexit a tremendous rise in the value of bitcoin has been seen. 12th of June the BTC went from 570 USD to 745 USD over the course of four days.
A few dumps were initiated, probably by unwitting BTC holders who are unaware of the global economic consequences following Britain’s exit from the EU and who only saw the rise in bitcoin as incentive to sell off.
At current time stock markets in Japan were in the red untill they were closed of completely.
The Pound has dropped 10%
The Euro has lost value towards the USD.
The USD is strenghened.
The Yuan is rising.
The bitcoin is tied to USD and Yuan and thus is also on the rise towards the EUR and GBP
I believe we will see a significant increase in value from the current: 643 USD to around 720 USD pr bitcoin within the coming weekend.
Monday the 27th of June will further dictate development. The main factor will be how fast and how efficiently EU can deal with the chaos that is ensuing after the exit of Britain. I suspect they will fail horribly and cause the EUR to drop further, allowing more and more people to invest in bitcoins. The same thing happened 3 years ago when Greece was in major financial trouble.
A level of around 720 over the weekend. Subsequently, keep an eye on the news, the worse it goes in the EU, the better it goes for the bitcoin 😉