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.
First, what makes bitcoin valuable? If you will look at gold, for instance, it is valuable simply because the Earth has a limited amount of gold. The same goes for oil. Oil is valuable because the world has a limited amount of fossil fuel. For Bitcoin, there are only 21 million bitcoins around. This only means that there will become rarer as more people become interested with bitcoins. It means it becomes harder to mine.
CoinURL – Let’s you earn Bitcoins by changing the links you put on the web to hoplinks. A hoplink is a link that moves the visitor through a 3rd party before getting him to his final destination. For example: I link to Google using CoinURL’s hoplink. If you click this link you will be taken to a gateway page which will show you an ad and only afterwards you will be forwarded to Google.
It’s such a shame that most of the links I tried lead to dead sites. Bitzfree and eobot I can confirm as working but can’t say for their legitimacy and many of the others I assume either had failed business models and/or were in fact scam operations of some sort.
There are some websites out there where one can supposedly earn bitcoins by solving some pretty easy puzzles, playing games or clicking on adverts, in return you get satoshis ( smallest fraction of a Bitcoin), these are called “Faucets sites”.
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I did some casual research and immediately ran into my #1 problem: I don’t send Bitcoins to faucets. I found references to both being ponzi schemes—I haven’t exhaustively researched either company, but there are definitely ponzi-like elements to both. I personally wouldn’t get involved with them.
Apart from being employed by a company or a non-profit you can be self-employed and get paid in Bitcoins. Being a freelancer multiple advantages. You can for example earn Bitcoins conveniently from home by participating in this bitcoin affiliate program.
Anyways, it’s Links that you’re here for! I have tried to gather the best sites with huge Bitcoin payouts. I will of course include a small list of the best free Bitcoin sites, or at least those in my humble opinion.
Basically, for lack of better words, these sites are bad and you should never waste your time even entertaining the thought of using them. But then again I think two valuable lessons can be taught by sites like these. Firstly, nothing in life is free: there is a cost and/or reason attached to everything. Secondly, if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is and you should steer clear of it.
Ethereum is a great investment for a number of reasons. Despite the volatility, it is something that you should take a closer look at. For instance, its inventor, Vitalik Buterin, has been seen in the world of cryptocurrency as an authority. Just like Bill Gates and Elon Musk, he is the face of his product. And given the fact that there is a person that you see put their skin in the game, it simply sends a good signal.
Like the US dollar, cryptocurrency has no intrinsic value in that it is not redeemable for another commodity, such as gold. Unlike the US dollar, however, cryptocurrency has no physical form, is not legal tender, and is not currently backed by any government or legal entity.
Typing in a CAPTCHA is a service. I’ve been tempted to make a website which looks like dailybitcoins, but is actually a backend for decaptcher. Looking at ads is also a service. At CoinAd you look at ads, with that surfing offer you look at webpages. Which are mostly ad webpages. I see no real difference other than time.
Next, you could always try to do cost averaging whenever you are buying bitcoins. The same is true for people investing in mutual funds. This means that you can invest a small amount of money on bitcoins regularly. This means that you distribute the fluctuations and get the most out of the spurts as well.
A few people are lamenting not putting resources into them. Others are calling it an air pocket like the website blast in the late 90s that even 90s children won’t recall since they were excessively bustling watching motion pictures like ‘Global Khiladi’ and ‘Legend No. 1’.
Also, a pro tip: if your phone gives you trouble exiting, as the author’s did, simply hold your power button down for a few seconds and the usual menu will appear at the bottom of the screen allowing you to get to your home screen.
BitCoinGet gives out offers from some providers. The majority of the offers ask you to sign up for a free site or mailing list. Occasionally, they have paid free trials that pay more. Many of the offers pay 250-1500 bit.
Faucets are a good way to get started because they don’t cost anything, there are a bunch of them, and if you’re really bored during a day off, you can rack up a lot of Satoshis if you have enough of them open on your computer.
/r/beermoney is a community for people to discuss mostly online money-making opportunities (except posts by free food guy). You shouldn’t expect to make a living, but it’s possible to make extra cash on the side for your habits/needs. IRC channel here
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