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    I see many people promoting coinspace in the Dominican Republic, make your dreams come true, become a millionaire. They compare coinspace to how well bitcoin is doing. Yet they don't promote how well coinspace is doing. I suspect this is a Ponzi scheme. I have noticed other Ponzi schemes promoted in the Dominican Republic. Is coinspace legit? If not I wonder what are the repercussions to those that recruit clients into Ponzi schemes, by the Dominican government or by the local citizens to the leaders of these schemes.

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    Fools rush in where wise men fear to go.

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    Ask your broker or financial planner about putting some money in, he will laugh his azz off. But if you like to gamble like I do, throw in some expendable cash, a few grand, money you can afford to lose and have fun.I use to play around with penny stocks, by and large they are a scam as well.

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