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Mazu E-currency Exchange Program

If you are like many of the thousands of people trying to make money online today, then you are probably trying to find a program that works. I have tried Quixstar, Market America and Amway, all of which require you to build a down line and sell a product. The one and only program that I found to work is the e-currency exchange program.

Electronic currency exchange is the fastest growing online business today. Currency exchanging allows users to tap into a global network where they can trade e-currencies such as INTgold, E-gold, Netpay and many more on a daily basis.

Here is how it all works. Initially the user creates a portfolio that is compounded daily, with gains ranging anywhere from .3% to .5% of their portfolio value. If a portfolio has a value of $5,000 then .3% gains per day would come out to roughly $450 a month in net profit. Once a user has reached the $5,000 mark there are other ways to maximize their profits.

At the $5,000 mark, the user can apply for what is called a console. A console allows the user to build float and move funds from and to e-currencies such as from INTgold to Netpay. When a user builds float, he or she is building up capital that they can temporarily lend to an e-currency to complete a transaction. Let me explain in more detail. If you have $400 in

float, you can temporarily lend your $400 to an e-currency to process transactions for other traders. In return for lending that $400 to an e-currency to process a transaction they will pay you 6% of the total amount you lent to them, which turns out to be $24. The $400 you initially lent to an e-currency is now $424. Money is constantly flowing in and out of the global e-currency network, therefore is it possible to process multiple transaction just like the one above on a daily basis.

E-currency is a relatively unknown, but lucrative business. The learning curve is extremely slow, however does pay off. I have tried to learn the e-currency exchange network sitting in chat rooms, reading forums and asking questions. This method became tiresome and time consuming. After spending countless hours trying to figure out e-currency on my own, I eventually purchased a guide that showed me how to maximize my trades and work the system in a simplified manner. If you are truly interested in e-currency trading, there are plenty of resources available online to help anyone get started.

For more information on how you can start earning money from e-currency visit E-currency Online
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Risk Disclosure: Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest / trade in foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading.

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