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I am someone who is passionate about Swiss watches and have been for many years now. I find them fascinating. There are certain Swiss watches which are excellent investments. They are something you can wear and enjoy and they appreciate in value (only certain models of course). When there is a recession or economies are struggling around the world, their price appreciation (certain models) is astounding. 

Now I also have a keen interest in the Blockchain space from an investment perspective too. So when the two areas are collaborating and aligning then of course I am going to be interested. I am going to share a couple of articles which demonstrate what is happening at the moment for those who may be interested.


WATCHES OF DISTINCTION TRACKED ON THE BLOCKCHAIN

https://icoexaminer.com/ico-news/watches-of-distinction-tracked-on-the-blockchain/

 

World’s Oldest Watch Manufacturer to Use Blockchain for Tracking Timepieces

https://cointelegraph.com/news/uk-financial-watchdog-warns-public-of-crypto-clone-firm

 

Swiss Watchmaker Franck Muller Launches ‘Functional’ Bitcoin Timepiece

https://www.coindesk.com/swiss-watchmaker-franck-muller-launches-functional-bitcoin-timepiece

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