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Risk Parity Radio is a one-person labor of love (well really two -- thank you, Mary!) with no advertising and no conflicts of interest. If you enjoy the content and find it valuable, please leave a five star review at your podcast provider.
If you would like to up your support to help out our designated charity, the Father McKenna Center, please consider donating on Patreon at the Support link below. Patrons get priority in having their questions answered on-air. I might even explain the logo to you if you are nice.
We are also now selling unique signed and numbered NFTs ("non-fungible tokens") of the Risk Parity Radio logo. The first 20 will go for 0.005 ETHE each -- approximately $20 -- and then the price will go up for each next batch of 20 in a Fibonnaci sequence (20, 30, 50, 80, 130 . . .). Sorry you need ETH and a crypto-wallet to buy them, but its the best I can do in NFT space. You will find them on the Risk Parity Radio page at OpenSea. The proceeds will also go to the Father McKenna Center.
Here are some instructions for using the Polygon network at OpenSea:
Option 1 (Direct Purchase): Step 1: Go to the Risk Parity Radio NFT OpenSea page and activate the Google Chrome extension Metamask to purchase ETH (polygon). They use Moonpay as the platform to take care of the transaction (they also require a picture of your driver's license and selfie for "security purposes").
Step 2: Purchase $30 minimum in ETH which costs $3.99 for this transaction.
Step 3: Once you see the ETH (polygon) in your Metamask wallet, you can buy the NFTs. Option 2 (from Coinbase -- will incur gas charges): Step 1: Put ETH into your Coinbase Wallet (the Coinbase Wallet app is separate from a regular Coinbase account).
Step 2: Click purchase on the NFT in OpenSea, which provides a QR code.
Step 3: Scan the code with the Wallet app, which initiates a multi-step process to transfer the ETH to Polygon, this is where gas charges are paid.
Step 4: Once the transfer is done are a couple more steps between OpenSea and the Wallet app and the purchase was complete
And thank you again for tuning in.
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