Bitcoin Was Useless In This Disaster Scenario – Cash & Gold King In Hurricane Maria (Video)

Bitcoin Was Useless In This Disaster Scenario – Cash & Gold King In Hurricane Maria Video – Mike Maloney

Note from Dan Rubock, Producer of Hidden Secrets of Money series: You can help Rincon (my hometown, also Edd Santoni in this video) by donating at the following link:… This local restaurant has become a community hub and savior for many people in Rincon.They have literally closed their business down to become a relief center, it is still one of the few places folks can get internet. They went above and beyond during this disaster, cooking meals via torchlight for anyone who needed to eat…thank you donating to help them out. Please send them a message to say that Dan sent you…I may get a free beer out of this when I get back home. Many thanks, Dan. PS – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 8 is complete, working on Ep 9 right now and will be releasing both at the same time. The best episodes yet! (Mike agrees)

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Michael Maloney is the founder and owner of, a global leader in gold and silver sales and one of the world's most highly regarded investment education companies since 2005. He is author of the best selling precious metals investment book of all time, Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver, published in 2008. Mike Maloney was born in Willamette, Oregon, and spent most of his youth in the Los Angeles area. He is a life-long inventor and entrepreneur. At age 17 he traveled all over the U.S. selling mini-bikes and go-karts. By age 23, Mike founded the sales firm of Michael Maloney & Associates, growing it to five employees and two branch offices. He became a designer and manufacturer of high-end stereo equipment that won several engineering and industry awards. In 1992 his designs were selected as one of five permanent exhibits for display at the opening of the 20th century design wing of the royal Victoria & Albert museum in London, the world's greatest design museum. "That's about the time I had my first up close and personal encounter with economic cycles," Mike says.