Bill, Thanks for the reply, and this is what I was afraid of. I really bought the currency more for investment purposes, so I don't want to exchange for cash. I wanted someplace to establish a liquid value to take in account all the changes that will happen over the next 20 years or longer, to make it easier to sell or exchange when I want to. I guess I will have to wait 5-10 years until it becomes more accepted and I can open an account with it (if this happens). I will continue to look for overseas places that will let me open an account, but that is going to be hard to do also. Places such as OANDA will trade it however, I can not establish an account with it. Thanks again, and it is pretty cool that I got a reply from Bill Mann. Sam
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