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In spite of its growing popularity, a great number of people still do not understand how it works exactly. Even the simplest explanation could sound overly technical to the uninitiated. That is why someone had the bright idea to develop a Bitcoin Investment Trust. This way, investors can get a piece of this new groundbreaking thing while speaking a language they understand.
If our systems detect an ad blocking service or if we find out our offers are being blocked in your desktop client browser, then you won’t be to make a claim. If you can’t see our offers, then something must be causing the block. It could be an add-on, extension or plug-in installed in your browser.
As you may know, Bitcoin is undergoing some important scaling improvements, which could potentially result in a chain split on August 1st. To ensure the safety of our your earned bits, we will be holding off payment of your pending balances on August 1st and 2nd, until the Bitcoin network has stabilized. We expect to resume payment on August 3rd.
When you are verifying withdrawals you might see our sponsors offers which you have to complete. In all honesty, this is where we make bitcoins from our sponsors to pay all our users. These offers usually take about 2 minutes to complete and almost of them are free. 99% of bitcoins goes straight back to the invited users and we keep 1% fee for hosting projects and developers. We hope you understand this.
I just want to drop in a quick paragraph to fill you guys in. EarnFreeBitcoins #3 and CoinVisitor #4 are still having some server issues. I’ve been in touch with the Admins of both, and repairs are on the way. There is also a neat new chat that PAYS you to chat at Coinvisitor. One of the people at BitBucks #2 mentioned some payment issues, but expected it fixed shortly. Be sure to check out the new commentary, and let me know if you want more content like that in the future. Also, someone please buy this handsome teddy bear. It was lovingly crafted by Mrs. W. while I spent all weekend planning the early stages of the hosting move.
It is a stand-alone software or web service, allowing you to handle cryprocurrency (send, receive, exchange). Again we recommend BlockChain or CoinBase (think of them as of “PayPal for Bitcoins”), but any will do.
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