EthConnect Review Honest Testing And Experience

Today I will be writing about my experience with EthConnect, I have communicated with the team members who seem to be Japanese and don’t seem to have the best english I’ve seen. I’ve seen a lot of FUD floating around on the forums and other social media such as reddit, in which people assume that EthConnect will exit scam.

I personally don’t think this will happen and I’ll expand below. If YOU want an 8% SIGNUP BONUS for EthConnect then sign up using the link below:

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So here are my reasoning’s for why I don’t believe EthConnect is a disappearing ICO scam:

1. .net website hosted by godaddy ( not cheap )
2. They are not selling even selling 1/3 of the tokens/coins. ( why would scammer keep 2/3 of his coin? )
3. No spelling or grammatical errors on website ( one letter typo , wrote mined instead of minTed )
4. They admit they use a modified Ponzi model but Bitconnect try’s to pretend they use the “Triangle System” like we are morons.
5. The website, roadmap and working platform suggest they put a lot more effort into this than other similar lending trading staking coins.
6. The FUD coming from the Bitconnect community shows how genuinely scared they are that this WILL replace them, we saw a little FUD with RegalCoin, WesternCoin and others but this is off the charts, they are shi#!ing their pants right now.

If we look at all of those points they are all valid and true, thanks for the share BTCTalk.

This system will likely grow to be a hundred million dollar market and much bigger than BitConnect or other competing systems therefore I can only be optimistic on this.

If you look at this website that explains they think EthConnect is not a scam and how the system would be a very safe investment early on.

Overall I don’t think you can go wrong investing early into EthConnect.

How to Cook Rice the Easy Way

With the right cooking tools and ingredients, rice is easy to cook. Rice is a great compliment to many meals. Brown rice is both good and nutritious. I use this rice most often. I hope you find these simple tips for cooking rice helpful.

How to Cook Rice

My favorite way to cook rice is with a rice cooker. A small rice cooker can be bought for around twenty dollars. This makes cooking the rice so easy because all you have to do is add rice and water and then cook. The general rule is a 2 to 1 water to rice ratio. If you use one cup of rice, you would need two cups of water. Brown rice may need a little more water. The rice cooker stops when the rice is done. How easy is that?

Adding More Flavor When Cooking Rice

Simply cooking the rice with water can leave the rice bland. I enjoy substituting beef, vegetable, or chicken broth in place of water to the rice for more flavor. I buy organic chicken broth from the store or I use leftover broth or stock. This is such an easy way to add flavor. Since I buy a low sodium version I also like to add a little more of my own seasoning. Find your rice cooker instructions if you want to add that extreme flavor as there are different instructions for each rice cooker.

Coriander, cumin, and garlic are great additions to rice. I mix everything together and then just set the rice to cook. It generally takes around 45 minutes for brown rice. White rice seems to cook faster. If I am feeling really motivated, I may add some onion and peppers to the rice. This gives it more of a pilaf feel. You can experiment with your own seasonings and just the right amount. It is easy to add great flavor to rice.

Cooking Rice in a Crock-Pot

Another way that I like to cook rice is in a casserole cooked in a crock-pot. This is a truly easy way to cook a meal. All you need to do is add all the ingredients into the crock-pot and cook for the recommended time. What makes the crock-pot so easy is that you can put all the ingredients in the crock-pot in the morning and cook on low all day. When you come home, the meal is ready. Feel free to check out my easy crock-pot rice casserole for an example Easy Throw Together Crockpot Recipe. The Internet is a great source for finding other great recipes for rice casseroles.

I hope you find these easy tips for cooking rice helpful. Rice is a great accompaniment for so many foods. I had steak, zucchini, and rice for a nice balanced meal this evening. It was such an easy meal. Happy cooking!

Welcome to my website!

I’m Dan Emmett, author of Within Arm’s Length:The Extraordinary Life and Career of a Special Agent in the United States Secret Service.

This book is the story of my life in the Secret Service and the events that lead up to my  selection as an agent after being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps.  In these pages the reader will experience through my words and descriptions what it is like to be a Secret Service agent assigned to the Presidential Protective Division.  Here I describe for the first time in a book the experiences of an agent running with President Clinton through the streets of Washington,  driving him in an armored limousine, flying with him on Air Force One, and traveling throughout the world with him as well as Presidents Bush 41 and 43.  In addition I devote a large part of the book to describing my experiences as a field office agent in New York where we regularly executed warrants in the worst parts of the city, never knowing what was on the other side of the door we were about to break down.

There are many interesting yet fun stories as well as interesting commentary throughout the book.  I believe anyone with an interest in federal law enforcement and the Secret Service will enjoy the work.

About the Author
Dan Emmett earned a bachelor’s degree from North Georgia College in criminal justice and a master’s degree from Troy University. A former captain in the US Marine Corps, he worked twenty-one years as a special agent in the US Secret Service.  Subsequent to retiring from the Secret Service Emmett was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency where he worked six more years, primarily in the Directorate of Operations.  Emmett is currently an adjunct professor of criminal justice and security consultant for the United States Government as well as the private sector. He lives with his family in the southeastern United States.

About my latest book, Within Arm’s Length: The Extraordinary Life and Career of a Special Agent in the United States Secret Service

Dan Emmett was just eight years old when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The events surrounding the president’s death shaped the course of young Emmett’s life as he set a goal of becoming a US Secret Service agent—one of a special group of people willing to trade their lives for that of the president, if necessary.

Within Arm’s Length narrates the story of Emmett’s journey in this coveted job—from the application process to his retirement as assistant to the special agent in charge on the elite Presidential Protective Division (PPD). Here he discusses some of his more high-profile assignments in his twenty-one years of service, including the PPD and the Counter Assault Team where he provided arm’s length protection worldwide for Presidents George Herbert Walker Bush, William Jefferson Clinton, and George W. Bush.

This memoir describes the professional challenges faced by Secret Service agents as well as the physical and emotional toll that can be inflicted on both agents and their families. Within Arm’s Length also shares firsthand details about the duties and challenges of conducting presidential advances, dealing with the media, driving the president in a bullet-proof limousine, running alongside him through the streets of Washington, and flying with him on Air Force One.

With fascinating anecdotes, Emmett weaves keen insight into the unique culture and history of the Secret Service.