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Have a Rs 10 note with an Ashoka Pillar: Sell it for Rs 25K

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(Asian News Hub) – These days people are making a lot of money by selling their old coins and notes. Old and rare coins of Re 1, Rs 2 and notes of Re 1, Rs 2 and 5 are being auctioned for thousands of rupees online.

If you have a coin of the Rs 10 denomination with Mata Vaishno Devi engraved on it, you can earn lakhs of Rupees by putting them up for auction. A Re 1 note dating back to 1977-1979 is being auctioned for Rs 45,000. The catch here however is that the note must have the signature of the former principal secretary, ministry of finance, Hirubhai Patel who served under Prime Minister, Morarji Desai.

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In order for you to earn this kind of money you can visit CoinBazzar, create an account and then submit your details such as name, email, full address following which you can sell your coin or note. All you need to do is put out your coin or. Note, quote the price and wait for a buyer who will contact you directly.

If you a Rs 10 note with an Ashoka Pillar printed on one side and a boat on the other, you can earn up to Rs 25,000. This note was issued in 1943 during the British era. Further this note should have the signature of then RBI governor, C D Deshmukh and Rs 10 should be written in the English language on both ends of the note on the backside. If you have this note, you can sell it on CoinBazzar.

Currently, 10 pieces of the ONGC commemorative Rs 5 coins are selling for Rs 200 on CoinBazzar. A Rs 100 note with the numerical series 000786 with the signature of former RBI Governor Subba Rao is being sold for Rs 1,999.

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Brazil to legalize crypto as a payment method

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Brazilian lawmakers have backed a complete regulatory framework for the trading and use of cryptocurrencies in the country.

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The Chamber of Deputies of Brazil, a federal legislative body, has approved a regulatory framework that legalizes the use of cryptocurrencies as a payment method, but the passing of the bill does not make any cryptocurrencies legal tender within the country.

While this makes significant progress for crypto within Brazil, the law still requires the signature of the president of Brazil for it to be enacted.

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In addition to allowing crypto as a payment method, the law enables the creation of licenses for crypto exchange platforms and for custody and management of crypto by third parties.

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Bitcoin back above $20,000 mark

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Srinagar, Sept 09: Bitcoin surged past the USD 20,000 barrier and was eyeing its best day in six weeks on Friday as the US dollar fell broadly and markets found reasons to be cheerful at the end of a dour week, Reuters reported.

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Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency by market value, rose more than 7 per cent to USD 20,796, a two-week high. Ether, the second-biggest, rose 5 per cent to also hit a two-week peak at USD 1,717. Bitcoin had been as low as USD 18,540 on Wednesday.

Market participants said there was no particular trigger for the gains beyond a broad upbeat mood in evidence across asset classes on Friday, led by a drop in the safe-haven dollar and a rally in Chinese stocks.

If the cryptocurrencies can hold their gains until Sunday’s close, Bitcoin could log a second weekly rise in a row, and its best week in about a month. read more

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Ether’s weekend volatility may be heightened by a looming software upgrade known as the “merge”, due sometime between Sept. 10 and 20, with the exact timing uncertain.

The shift will radically change how transactions are processed and is supposed to slash energy consumption. Some exchanges plan to pause deposits and withdrawals while the upgrade occurs.

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Veteran stock investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala passes away

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Mumbai, Aug 14: Seasoned stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala passed away at the age of 62 in Mumbai, according to several media reports.

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Jhunjhunwala, over the years, has invested in many well-known and established companies, and also upcoming startups. His investment in the Tata owned, Titan Industries was seen as a master stroke.

He recently promotd, Akasa Air, which was backed by Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, was inaugurated on August 7.

According to New 18 reports, Jhunjhunwala was brought to the Candy Breach Hospital at 6:45 AM in the morning and was declared dead.

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As of August, 2022, his net worth was $5.8 billion. He invested via his firm Rare Enterprises. He is often referred to as India’s Warren Buffett.

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