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If you want to find the best rates for your e-currency exchange – as quickly as at all possible – there is a service you should consider. At www.BestChange.com we have been monitoring the e-currency market since 2007. Our dedicated service lets our several million users discover the best possible rate for their currency exchange in no time at all.
If you have been trading for a while, or even if you are a complete beginner, you’re probably aware of how important it is to always find the best rate. You risk losing a lot of money every time you exchange your e-currency if you don’t.
The challenge has always been how to find the most profitable rate without wasting huge amounts of time searching all over the internet. With the vast amounts of e-currency exchangers out there, you basically have to set aside hours if you intend to investigate them all. Clearly, that is not an effective strategy.
Instead BestChange.com can be your helper. Our service is available directly through our website. Once there, this is how you go about finding the best available rate for the currency pair you wish to exchange:
• ONE: select the e-currency you are holding, and wish to exchange in the left column
• TWO: select the e-currency you wish to convert your current holding into in the right column
• THREE: a list of available rates will appear. The most favorable rates are ranked highest
That is all you have to do. We have gathered all the best e-currency exchangers in one place. That means that BestChange.com is the only website you need to visit. Just imagine how much time you can save by conducting your trades via us in this way.
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Our information is always up to date. This means that BestChange.com really is a one-stop shop for e-currency exchange. We help you find the best rates, and keep your finger on the e-currency market pulse. All at the same time.
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Following the summary of the book we have shared this week, we would like to extend the topic and tell you about seven mistakes people
make when writing to-do lists and several ways of avoiding such mistakes.
1.Too voluminous lists
We plan to do dozens of things during the day, but all our tasks vary in their urgency, length and time required for their completion. Long lists
demotivate, because it is impossible to do every task in them.
Instead, specify 3 most important tasks which will benefit you the most in your carrier, business or you personally, and write them down in order
of their importance on a small piece of paper to keep in front of your eyes during the day.
2.Ambiguity and uncertainty
Very often we formulate our goals too vaguely, not setting forth the specific steps we need to take to achieve the result.
Instead of writing down: “Work on the presentation”, specify what exactly you are planning to do: “Make a draft of the presentation”,
“Define 3 key points of the presentation” and so on.
It is important to understand:
- what the final result would be;
- if it is possible to finish the task in one go;
- what the deadline of the task is.
3.Poor time management
It’s hard to be effective if you don’t know how many hours or days it will require you to complete this or that task. Before getting down to work,
estimate how much time you would approximately spend on this task. Even if you make mistakes in your estimations at first, they will help you to
better manage your time in the future.
4.Falling for distractions
There are days when lots of unplanned tasks emerge and unforeseen situations take place. That’s why it is important not only to structure your
schedule, but also be flexible. Every morning take a look in your calendar to check what you have planned for today and the next few days.
During the day allow at least one hour to be spent on solving unplanned situations. This amount of free time will let you considerably decrease
the level of everyday stress.
5.Focusing on tasks which are in fact not so important
There is always a temptation to fill your list with tasks which only seem urgent and important but actually do not play a big role in the long run.
To achieve results, you need to see the whole picture and write down tasks with real deadlines (for example, important meetings) and those that
have the most influence on your goals (for instance, work on the coming presentation).
6.No connection between tasks and end goals
Motivation depends on how the task is important for you personally. In these cases, we don’t have to summon up our spirits, we get down to work happily.
Before starting to write your to-do list of important tasks, think for a moment, why you include this or that point there. If it relates to your long-term goal,
you will work on it with more enthusiasm.
7.Torturing yourself with thoughts on undone tasks
At the end of the day, the list of important tasks is not a question of life and death. That’s why don’t torture yourself and start each morning with working on
three most important tasks for the day.
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As always, we are trying to be interesting and useful for you, that’s why your opinion matters. Please tell us, did you find this information interesting, would you
like to read similar advice in the future?
What did people use for trading before money was invented? Find out how the first coins were created, why paper money was first introduced and all the discoveries and social changes that led to our current monetary system.
Before money people used bartered goods as payment; for example, animal hides and teeth. Livestock was the most valuable commodity. Shells were also used; snail shells were very popular in China. Other goods used for payment were tools, beads, salt, crops, weapons and tobacco.
The first standardized coins were created in what is now western Turkey by King Alyattes around 7th century B.C. They were made of electrum, a naturally occurring amalgam of gold and silver. In Rome, coins were minted near the temple of the goddess Juno Moneta, which gave us the words "mint" and "money". Offa, an Anglo-Saxon king, introduced the first English coin known as the penny around 790 A.D. Because of a copper shortage, China introduced the world’s first paper money in the 9th century - 700 years before Europe did so. In the 1500s the St. Joachimsthal mine in what is now the Czech Republic introduced large silver coins called thaler. The Spanish version of the thaler became the first worldwide currency. The English called it the dollar, and the U.S. dollar was based on it.
Modern Money. The first U.S. government-backed paper bills were introduced during the Civil War. The term "greenback" comes from the intricate designs on these bills, meant to prevent counterfeiting. The largest bill in history was the 1946 Hungarian 100 million Pengo; the name was spelled out on the bills since so many zeroes couldn’t fit on the banknote, but it was only worth $0.25! The $100,000 1934 Gold Certificate was the largest bill ever made in the U.S. It was used for Federal Reserve transactions and not released to the public. The largest coin ever minted was in Australia in 2011 weighs about a ton. A U.S. nickel weighs just 5 grams—roughly as much as a hummingbird. As of 2018, there are 180 different currencies used around the world.
Bitcoin, invented in 2009 by the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto, became the gold standard--so to speak--for virtual currencies. Virtual currencies have no physical coinage. The appeal of virtual currency is it offers the promise of lower transaction fees than traditional online payment mechanisms and is operated by a decentralized authority, unlike government issued currencies.