Anyway it’s a never-ending list, and I believe you’ve got enough options to solve your how to get Bitcoin problem, if not there are other ways rather than clicking on links or completing surveys to get Bitcoins. Let’s dig deeper.
but i was thinking about mining bitcoins and then exchange it with dollars or ££££. maybe i should sell stuffs and set as payment method “Bitcoins” only. it seems to be the only way to have bitcoins for free.
Foreseeing market events, and predicting how the value will change is the key to making a profit while trading Bitcoin. While luck is also important to a certain extent, education, smart fund management, an understanding of the underlying market principles, and a love for FOREX are all required to make Bitcoin trading profitable.
Let me tell you it is not hard to get referrals for Bitcoin Faucets if advertised on Bitcoin related sites. I tell you from my personal experience that you can get hundreds of referrals easily for spending small amount of money on advertising. Also you can gain good amount of referrals by posting your links on different forums for free.
It is typical for faucets to have a referral system, where existing users referring new ones are rewarded with a pro rata portion of new users’ earnings from the faucet. Unlike illegal pyramid schemes, earnings do not percolate to the top in the of referrals. The exact legal status of bitcoin faucets is unclear and can vary by jurisdiction, refer to legality of bitcoin by country.
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Since this is not controlled by anybody exept its user, bitcoin has no taxes. Unless there is a trade between the user and his or trader himself. If the one the user is trading with adds tax, then the user should be the one to voluntarily add the tax as he or she is the one to input the amount.
It’s been a crazy day for Bitcoin. The lag issues affecting Mt.Gox are still ongoing, contributing in part to a price drop. To be sure, Instawallet is providing a lot of grief. I wish the price would fluctuate a little more, testing against good levels. Perhaps all the bubble talk is for real. I have a commentary I am working on to explore the issues, and connect you all with a few relevant links to events and issues I think are worth consideration. I hope to have it up later this evening, but I won’t rush it.
Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. As such, it is more resistant to wild inflation and corrupt banks. With Bitcoin, you can be your own bank.
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