DXInOne is becoming more entertaining by the day. Friday afteroon I noticed that my porftfolio’s Total Digot Value (TDV) had climbed to 362 DXG. More to the point, I noticed a Sell Value had appeared for the first time – an indication that the portfolio was beginning to outdistance its startup losses and head towards profitability.
I will be receiving an interest payment early in December from a high yield investment program that was popular last year before changing its name and diving into quiet obscurity. The payment, some $350, will be deposited in my INTGold account, where it will be easy to InExchange to my DX account.
At that point, my TDV will jump to roughly 715 DXG, and it won’t be long before I will be able to accumulate the 1000 DXG required before I can apply for a Merchant account.
When I first considered DX, I had to decide whether to jump in with both feet and deposit $1000 in E-Gold or tread lightly and take the time I suspected I’d need to figure the system out. I decided that discretion was indeed the better part of valor, and kept my first deposit to $25 on August 11. To date, I have invested $184. Judicious use of DXDebits and the increasing value of my small collection of Digots accounts for the gains to date.
DX is complex and confusing, particularly the first time you login. My recommendation is that you deposit $25 in your new DX account and devote the following few months to learning how the system works. As you begin to expand your comfort zone, you can slowly increase your holdings.