Dash Digital: Instant, Private, Secure Money

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Dash Digital: Instant, Private, Secure Money

Business-Building Action From Terry Brock

Kurt David Robinson

If you need to send someone a message quickly, reliably, and cheap, you’d probably consider email today. Depending on the sensitivity and nature of the message, you might also consider encryption. You would seldom, if ever, send a paper envelope letter if you wanted speed, dependability and low-cost.

Welcome to the world of digital currencies. Today we are using a comparable way of paying and buying. It is called digital currencies and they represent a way you can make payments quickly, reliably, and cheap. Just like email has largely replaced paper letters, digital currencies are setting the stage to replace the legacy systems of banks and central banks.

In this interview I talk with Kurt David Robinson who is an advocate for, and user of digital currencies like Bitcoin, Dash (Digital Cash), and others. In this interview, we talked about many ways that entrepreneurs can use digital currencies to transact business safely, quickly, and privately. I learn a lot by talking to Kurt as he presents what needs to be done in simple, easyTo understand language,And highly applicable for entrepreneurs.

You will be delighted when you hear what is possible and how easy it is to implement this today.Get your pad of paper and penOrNote taking device of choice ready to go.You will be glad you listen to this and found new ways for entrepreneurs toDo businessAnd to get ahead of the competition.

I look forward your comments. Please share this with others so that we can get the message out to a community that is longing for a change from the old ways of doing business.

Thank you!

All the best,


Terry Brock, MBA, CSP, CPAE
Member, Professional Speaker Hall of Fame
Certified Speaking Professional


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