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I've decided to test out a lot of methods for passive income. It won't be methods that you'll get a lot of money from but I've found some that are actually pretty good and some that are not so good. I know I already made a post about this but I figured I would write a bit more and add the ones that were suggested in the comments. I have a Raspberry Pi that I use to run most of these sites and am therefore able to run them 24/7. I run raspbian and access it via VNC. This way I can manage it from my main computer and my smartphone. Learn more about that here. I've tested out these sites: Fast Cash MiningRef link This site is very straight forward. You sign up on the site and then click on "Start Mining Cash". At this point, it starts an auto-surfer and you don't have to do anything else. It'll keep going to different sites and you'll make a little bit of cash. You should make $0.00015 every minute. I've had it running for 1,905 minutes and have made $0.28575, so it checks out. Keep in mind that you have to have 15,000 total mined minutes to make a withdrawal. I run this site on my Pi and I haven't had any issues running it 24/7. Get Cash FREERef link This is pretty much the exact same as Fast Cash Mining. Although after clicking "Get Cash Free" you have to go through a captcha before it actually starts. So keep that in mind. I wasted a bit of time before I noticed that. You get $0.00010 every minute and I've been able to run it 24/7 as well without any issues. Withdrawals are not available at the moment since they're moving to a new domain. Fast Cash Mining and Get Cash FREE both seem sketchy to me. I'll test them out and see where it goes, but I'm not expecting much from it. There's also Money Mining and Cash Mining Bot which are pretty much the same. eBesucherRef link This site seems a lot more legit to me. It looks better and more professional. It's not as smooth as the last two though. For this site, you need to sign up and then navigate to the Members Area and find "Discover new websites". Once you've done that you'll be able to start the auto-surfer. I've had some problems with it. It seems to run out of websites pretty fast even though I have no limitations on what websites I'll allow. I did eventually manage to fix this by downloading their AddOn and launching the surf bar from that. After doing that I got a lot more websites. Not sure why. I was able to run it on my Raspberry Pi but I had to increase my screen resolution to get more sites. You get about 1 BTP per website you visit. 100,000 BTP = 2.10 EUR. It's decent and they payout to PayPal. alexamasterRef link This is also way more legit than the first two. You can tell that it's an actual business. You sign up and navigate to "Earn points". Here you can start the auto-surfer. There's also a lot of other options to earn points, like clicking links and watching videos. Minimum withdrawal is 30.000 points which is 1 USD and you should be able to get that pretty quick. PacketStreamRef link I've been running this on my main computer since I think it would be too much for the Pi. PacketStream allows you to sell your extra bandwidth. It doesn't use a lot of CPU, just the bandwidth. You get 0.10 USD per 1 GB you share. It's easy to set up. Just sign up and download the program. Then you can just leave it open and earn some cash. SatoshiLabsRef link It's not completely passive but it can be to some extent. On this site, you can use a faucet every 5 minutes to get Lab Flasks. Lab Flasks can be used to buy production tools. The production tools will then automatically generate Lab Flasks. Once you have enough Lab Flasks (5000) you can then withdraw them to your FaucetHub. 5000 Lab Flasks = 0.05 USD. If you spend some time setting it up you can have it running passively with minimum work. Conclusion Obviously, this is not a way to become a millionaire. It works and you'll get a bit of cash, but it won't be too much. But if you use a lot of the sites then you might be able to make some decent cash. If you're limited to the number of surfers you can run, I would probably skip the first two. They seem very sketchy and might not pay out. Tips
Don't buy a Raspberry Pi to do this. It's going to take ages to earn your money back. Just try it on your regular computer instead.
Don't use your main email for any of these sites. I haven't gotten a lot of spam from it but there's still a possibility. Just use a secondary one.
If you like SatoshiLabs and the faucet thing you might also want to set up a CoinPot and use the Moon faucets. They're great faucets that pay out pretty decently. They're available for Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Dogecoin and BitCoin Cash. There's also BitFun and BonusBitcoin that payout to CoinPot. Just set up an account on CoinPot and use that email on the faucets. Then you'll be able to claim some crypto every once in a while. I usually claim them twice every day. I have also enjoyed using the Dogecoin Telegram bot. It's very easy to earn some crypto and you can withdraw your first 4 Dogecoin after about 5 minutes. I withdraw them to a wallet and just save them up but you could also withdraw to Free-Dogecoin to earn interest on it.
Firstly, I'd like to express my deepest thanks to the ARK community and beyond for supporting me in winning the video contest. I'd like to give an extra special thanks to gonggrabber for doing two things (on top of putting together a great contest):
Awarding ARK to all accepted entries. This move gave participants a boost of confidence to take part and put out some really great stuff. I had withheld my comments on videos during the campaign to prevent showing any bias, but believe this, that silence is breaking today. I was thoroughly impressed with so many of the entries and everyone will hear those thoughts today. If accepted entries receiving ARK had not been a thing, I likely would not have made an entry. In a winner-take-all environment I would not have felt comfortable competing directly against the very community members I'm sworn to support. With all accepted entries receiving ARK, it made me very happy and comfortable participating.
Allowing everyone to participate including team members. As a long time community member turned team member, I have the unique challenge of occasionally struggling to feel included in various community activities such as contests like this. As a team member, I must watch my words more closely now and avoid doing things like endorsing specific delegates, for example. Having the opportunity to participate in this allowed me to express myself creatively and my love for ARK, and gonggrabber will always have my biggest thanks for this.
Here's something else you may not know about gonggrabber. GG's been in the ARK community far longer than I have, and has been on this Subreddit for a long time. GG is not afraid to stand up to skeptics and naysayers with a signature approach being "what are you doing to help." Reading GG's comments have helped me through darker times in the Crypto Winter, and I have always felt all the more proud and confident with ARK due to GG being here.
Next Steps: Time to Earn ARK!
Now that the contest is over and winner declared, it's time to put the community to work spreading the word! So, because I have won, and in the spirit of gonggrabber's quote "I'm putting my money where my mouth is," I will be awarding a portion of my ARK winnings to the community in exchange for promoting the winning video. Here are the things I will be looking at regarding video promotion with instructions on how to get my ARK. There is a limit of one reward per person per method. Any action taken before this post got posted doesn't count. All rewards will be delivered to you via Delegate Cryptology's ArkTippr Reddit Tip Bot. All this promotion will be for the winning video entry. Retweet With Comment What you need to do:Retweet this specific tweet with a comment about what you thought of the video. You can also choose to tag some people you think would like it. What you will get: Direct message me in Twitter to @ArkStickers and tell me your Reddit username. You will receive a free code for an ARK Stickers pack, delivered anywhere in the world! Tag Friends on Instagram What you need to do: Follow @ArkEcosystem on Instagram. Locate this Instagram post and tag three friends in a comment, who you think would like the video. What you will get: Send me a private message on Reddit before you do it, then I will see you do it and give you 3 ARK. Send an Email What you need to do: Send an email to some people you think will enjoy the video. You should use "BCC" if you are sending one email to multiple people, and make the recipient be to yourself. This will hide the email addresses of your friends so they can't see each other's emails, as a courtesy. If you don't know what BCC means, ask me before you send an email. What you will get: BCC me also in the email, then send me a direct message on Reddit. I will give you 3 ARK. Alert Crypto Youtubers What you need to do: Throw a Youtube comment on your favorite crypto youtuber's channel, letting them know what you think about the winning video and you think they would like it. For spam reasons, I don't think you should put a link in there. Just tell them to check out my youtube channel "Ark Stickers" and they can watch it. What you will get: Before you do it, send me a direct Reddit message first. If they reply to your Youtube comment in any way, let me know and I will give you 5 ARK. Score Me an Interview on a Crypto Youtube Channel What you need to do: Figure out a way to get a crypto youtuber to contact me in some way (Reddit, Slack, Discord, Email). I want to be a guest on their show and talk about the video, the contest, our community, and what ARK is all about. What you will get: Send me a direct message on Reddit to let me know who will be contacting me shortly. After the interview is executed, I will give you 50 (fifty) ARK. I will continue giving you 50 ARK for each channel you get me an interview for. No limits on this one. I also do not care how big or small their channel is. One note: if I have to pay to get on their show I would not be able to do that. Ask any questions in the comments of this post. I will continue to run this program until the portion of ARK I have set aside for this is gone. At that point, I will seek other ways to potentially keep this program running. Good luck!
Honoring the Participants
I have a lot to say about the videos featured in this contest, and even more to say about the talented community members we have here at ARK. I will now personally applaud and thank the community members who participated, showing them how glad I am to have them here. Azure-Infinity.Developing on ARK,ARK Dynamic Fees,ARK Community Commitee,ARK Delegate Types,ARK Hackathons*. When it comes to participation in the ARK community, Azure-Infinity appears to be in perpetual beast mode. AI has a keen grasp on media creation as well, both still and motion. AI's dedication to ARK cannot be argued, and I see AI participate in multiple ways within the ARK community on a regular basis. AI is also a proud member of the ARK Community Committee, collaborating directly with me on helpful community resources. AI had a lot of great things to say during 30 Days of ARK as well. I enjoyed a lot of things about each of AI's entries, but I especially liked the hackathon video, which combined live footage from youtube.ark.io with explanations and clean graphics. I can't wait to see how else AI will enrich our community throughout 2019. A sincere thanks for your participation here. Zzzoem.ARK on the Go. Z's video puts a crisp perspective on everything ARK has to offer from the point of view of a mobile user. Uplifting music and well-paced content with quick-to-understand "tooltips" take the viewer through what it's like interacting with ARK products. I was especially impressed with the fluid transitions, from Mobile Wallet > Explorer > Voting > ACF > Call to Action really produced a beautiful result. Impressed. Ledgerdary.SmartBridge Technology & ACES,IPFS. Aside from having an awesome username that is nothing short of legen... wait for it... dary, Ledgerdary is around here on the subreddit and always has supportive and thoughtful comments ready to fire. Ledgerdary also participated in the 30 Days of ARK and is obviously very knowledgeable on ARK. I was very pleased to see L also participate in this contest, as well. L's videos lay out complex concepts in a simple way, which is one of the reasons why I liked the videos. Thank you for making them! TheDevils4dvocate.ARK DPoS,ARK IPFS Hype Video. Let's get this straight first and foremost. I really liked the music choices of both of these videos, the throwback tech-corporate style of the first, and the pure fun hardcore choice of the second. As someone who does (albeit amateur) voiceover work, I was pleasantly surprised to hear informative voiceover work on the first video. I also really enjoyed how TDA slowly transitioned the viewer from Bitcoin to ARK concepts, kind of like entering a wavepool instead of just jumping off the highdive. The second video is hilarious, worth watching just to see the 'hacker' get comepletely brickwalled by ARK. Cheers- I enjoyed the videos a lot. Fakoshi.ARK Push-Button Blockchains,ARK Pay,ARK: Get Involved,ARK Explorer,ARK Subreddit*. I saw Fakoshi join the ARK Subreddit, and our little corner of the Reddit woods is better for it. Fakeoshi's positive personality is similar to Ledgerdary's and others here. If I recall correctly, Fakoshi also helped out with comments for 30DOA and provided some great insight on ARK concepts. F's videos are light, easy to digest, and give you time to think. I especially liked the concept of an entire video all about getting involved with the project. I'm very glad you are a member of this community. Thanks for your efforts here! Travis-DJSelery.The ARK Crypto Podcast. Travis is ARK.io CMO. Travis does ARK interviews, works with ARK partners, and handles a lot of things behind the scenes. I traveled with Travis to Vegas for the World Crypto Conference and Poker Tournament, and it was great hanging with Travis in real life and watching him do his thing. He also has a great sense of humor, as you will see in his video about The ARK Crypto Podcast that I host every week at https://thearkcryptopodcast.com. The video definitely got a laugh out of me. Thank you Travis for all you do! Crypto_Mining.Long Format ARK Overview. Crypto_Mining has a Youtube channel and following. CM produced a longer video, outlining ARK's strengths and benefits in specific detail, with focus on interoperability and the ARK delegate landscape. I'd like to personally extend a lot of thanks to CM for his entry and involvement in the contest. CM even took it a step further by interacting with his network of followers, teaching them about ARK and getting them involved in the contest voting process. CM proved a formidable opponent, but more importantly, an ambitious person who took real steps to get the word of ARK out there. A special thanks for your involvement and thank you for making the video! 0bran.How to Find and Vote for a Delegate,ARK SmartBridge Explained*,ARK SmartBridge*. 0bran produced some great content for this contest. The first video struck me due to how downright useful it is. I could definitely see my younger brother being able to follow these instructions and successfully vote. I also loved the music choice. It's peppy and chill at the same time. 0bran's videos have a slightly different aesthetic than others here, using the ARK.io visuals (even notice it's a motion loop). Nice! The videos were refreshing and I'll say again, useful af. Cool transitions too! Great work. BroadcastJunkie.How to Send ARK Fast. BroadcastJunkie runs ArkForIT.com, where you can spend ARK on professional infotech services, right now being enterprise-grade antivirus software. BroadcastJunkie is also very active here on the Subreddit, and never fails to lend a helping hand to assist the community. Aside from this video, showing how easy and fast it is to send ARK, BroadcastJunkie also made a full Desktop Wallet v2 walkthrough video earlier this year. It's really nice and even shows how to verify the hashes of the download, in the interest of your security. I'm very glad to have BroadcastJunkie with us. Cheers! pl4tf0rm2.ARK is Cool! Watch out Azure-Infinity, platf0rm2 is apparently becoming a growing force within the ARK community! P is very conceptually creative, and it definitely shows in the video. The entry is as uplifting as it is entertaining. I definitely laughed at a few of the funnier parts. I also really enjoyed the ARK "Deal With It" graphic. Very cool. The little asterisks are great. "Results may vary considerably." Gold. The community also spoke through a lot of votes on the video. I can only assume that P had done some campaigning as well. It was great having P be a part of the contest, just as they were a part of 30 Days of ARK as well. Two thumbs up! Thanks for being here in the ARK community. johnblockchain11.ARK.io (Hax0r Style) Yes! This is my jam. A short video with a unique aesthetic compared to others here. Perfect blending of ARK.io visual assets and motion effects. I thought it was really really cool. If I had seen something like this not knowing of ARK, I'd definitely be curious to learn more. Definitely worth checking out the vid. There are a lot of reasons I like this video, and it's like a "dark theme" of an ARK video. Thanks for making! ChooseArkChooseajob.ARK Mobile Wallet Walkthrough* CACAJ isn't posting daily in the Subreddit, but I definitely see consistent action over the months. CACAJ is definitely repping the concept of participation in the ARK Ecosystem in full force, even through the username itself! CACAJ also participated in the "Describe ARK in One Block Time" contest and had a great entry there too. One thing I like about the video is it gives the viewer a good sample of what it's like interacting with the mobile wallet. I especially liked the step by step process of adding a custom network like Phantom. I noticed none of your entries were in the accepted list, so please contact me in Reddit direct message if you see this ;) saeedanwar92.ARK Overview*. From my experience on this Subreddit, welcome! You seem to be a new face around here. I'm glad you made a video. It shows in a simple and direct way what ARK is about. It's a shame it could not fit into the 25 slots. Please contact me in Reddit direct message if you see this ;) 0toierance.ARK Interoperability*. As a forging delegate, 'del' helps secure the ARK network, processes transactions, and even runs a faucet that awards ARK to its visitors. Another video with voiceover! Nice! I also really liked the stars backdrop. It goes without saying that delegates like del and the rest are a tremendous asset to the ecosystem. Thank you for all you do here del! I noticed none of your entries were in the accepted list, so please contact me in Reddit direct message if you see this ;) pssf84.ARK Overview*. Hi, pssf84, welcome to ARK! I thought your video was informative and fun. Another unique aesthetic, too. It definitely achieves the goal of making blockchains seem less scary, which is a goal of ARK as well. I liked the friendly music and seeing the kid receive a trophy was pretty awesome. Thanks for making your video! I noticed none of your entries were in the accepted list, so please contact me in Reddit direct message if you see this ;) smuorfy.ARK Paper Wallet*. A nice entry detailing the procedure to securely generate a paper wallet for ARK. The graphics were cool, the text-to-speech voiceover was amusing but also extremely concise and informative! "Paul" is resting easy knowing his ARK is safely sitting in cold storage now. I also noticed that it seems this was the only entry pertaining to the paper wallet. I really appreciated that the paper wallet was highlighted in this contest with detailed steps on how to generate and use it. Thank you for this entry! I noticed none of your entries were in the accepted list, so please contact me in Reddit direct message if you see this ;) Once again, many thanks to everyone who was in the contest and our killer community. Cheers!
I've hit a new level of my masturbation addiction, and I'm ready to finally live my life
This is kinda long, but I just really need to get this all typed out for my own sake, I understand if you think this is boring as shit. It’s more just for me to start the new beginning of my life. I’ve been jacking off 3-7 times every day for the past 5 years now. Usually the minimum amount of time is 20 minutes, and the max has gone up to 9 hours straight of masturbating. Overall, I have probably spent 50% of my free time the past year to self indulging, and another 30% lost to being in a hazy state from all the dopamine. It has completely fucked my life up in terms of dating. Fucked up as in I’ve never had anything remotely close to a girlfriend, which really is a combination of me having low confidence due to my body, and having low libido because, ya know, the jacking my dick raw for half the day. I had crippling social anxiety in high school even though I was captain of the football team, part of the popular crowd, and was attractive. I literally can only think of maybe 3 real conversations I had with girls in HS because my SA was that bad. Partly because I wasn’t ripped in terms of my body, and party for other unrelated reasons that I’ve since gotten over. People just assumed I didn’t talk because I thought I was too cool for anyone and thought I was too attractive or something. I’m not trying to brag or anything at all, but multiple girls have told me if I worked out hard I’d be a 10/10. I have great hair, I’m tall, extremely broad shoulders, above average penis, attractive face, and really I have the ability when I diet and exercise right my body gets jacked looking pretty quickly. I’ve just always been about 40 pounds overweight, I’ve had the muscles underneath, they were just hidden. But being a 9/10 look wise doesn’t do much when your body is a 5. You can’t just get by on looks, you need a personality, which I didn’t have because I was quiet. But, for the past 2 years my social skills have gone up tremendously, in college and high school my mind would go blank and I would literally have flashes of blindness anytime a girl talked to me. (unless I was drunk, which is where the majority of the handful of hookups have happened). But now I can talk with strangers just fine, sometimes it's worse than others, I wouldn’t say I’m James Bond or anything. The problem is my body is like complete dad bod, and my arms have significantly lost their buffness. I’ve worked out maybe 50 times the last 2 years and have eaten like complete shit. So I’m missing that flirty confidence. I’m stuck at being able to talk with girls about basic shit, but anything past that falls flat because I know they know, my body is just a flab-fest. I'mt not just talking about flirting thought, I'm talking about any kind of conversation that has depthness to it that puts myself out there. On top of this, I jack off so much for such long periods at a time, that I can’t get hard. The few times I’ve been in a position to have sex, I couldn't get hard enough to get it in. So this only furthers the damping “not sexy enough” feeling towards girls And the reason I haven’t been able to exercise/eat right is because I jack off so god-damn much, I lose all motivation in my free time, to do anything but look on reddit for 15 minutes between my 2 hour long jack off sessions. There have been stretches where I go a week or 2 working out 4 times a week, usually eating on a meal plan. But soon I’m just replacing the productivity with masturbation again. I feel I’ve lost out so much in life, I have no summer love memories, no girls I can look back on that bring warm feelings, no first high school love, no going out on double dates with my friends, no cool party hooking up stories, no female friends in genearl at all, and really overall just a lack of connection made with everyone, girls, friends, and family. All because I couldn’t control my urges and I let them turn from a dripping faucet in the sink, into the bathroom is now flooded and the floor gave out and the bathtub fell through the floor, hitting and destroying the safe that contained a bitcoin wallet worth millions. (Can’t tell if this analogy is awful or amazing) So I’m just finally typing this out, after a literal full day of stroking my dick, to just get it all of my chest. I think doing so does some psychological thing to the brain that helps kick start the rebooting process. Science. Here’s to 6 months to a year from now, when I’ll be masturbating a normal amount, working out, getting fit, healthy, making more friends and memories, and just overall living a more fulfilling life.
Another FAQ, this one written for people with absolutely no prior knowledge of cryptocurrency
Several very informative posts have already been made, and I'm not trying to diminish them in any way! But many of them contain technical terms that not everyone will understand. So I wrote this - it's long, but explains things in a different way. Use or ignore as you see fit. AND PLEASE CORRECT ME IF YOU FIND ANY MISTAKES! I don't understand this computer money, please explain!
What is Dogecoin?
Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency. What that basically means is that coins are digitally generated and only exist in cyberspace, independently of any governments or financial institutions.
So it's not real money?
Depends on what you think is real. If we go back in history, the first way people traded with each other was by exchanging goods. You might have a chicken that I wanted, and I might have some carrots, which you would like to have, so we swapped. Later it became common to trade metals like gold and silver for goods. Some of the metals were stamped into coins, by kings and rulers who wanted to show that they protected (and taxed) all trade in their lands. The coins were still gold or silver, so they had a value in themselves, even if the king died or lost his power. But then some kings began minting coins that had no real value in themselves. They were made of cheap materials, like copper, iron or even paper. They only had value because the king guaranteed it. You had to really trust the stability of the state in order to use such coins and bills. Basically, the king kept all the gold and silver in his coffers, and made a promise to the people, that they could always exchange their money for gold if they wanted to. Money gained a symbolic value. Not everyone accepted this right off the bat. It took several centuries for this form of economy to be widely accepted. But after that it became common almost all over the world. It was called "the gold standard". The USA stopped using the gold standard in 1971, by order of President Nixon. This happened because of "inflation", a situation where the US Dollar became worth less than the gold it symbolized. Since 2013 no countries use the gold standard anymore. Most money today is "fiat", meaning that it doesn't depend on the value of any physical asset. The value of the Dollar and other currencies now primarily depends on how much banks and investors trust them to remain stable mediums of exchange. So in a way, it's safe to say that money has become purely symbolic. It only has the value that people think it has. On top of that, most financial transactions today are digital. You never get to actually touch most of the money you spend. Now enter cryptocurrency! The first digital currency was Bitcoin, introduced in 2009. Instead of being issued by a state, Bitcoin was generated by a piece of software that anyone could run on their computer. Bitcoin has become very succesful, with a value of several hundred USD per coin, solely because people believe in it. Although most economists say that Bitcoin doesn't meet the definition of "money", people all over the world still use it to buy stuff. However, Bitcoin also has its problems. Inspired by Bitcoin technology, and trying to avoid the issues that have made it problematic, several other cryptocurrencies have been developed. One of these is Dogecoin, which actually started as a joke.
If it's a joke, how can I trust it?
Well that is the beauty of cryptocurrency - it's actually safer to use than "real" money. Here's why: The computer software, that Dogecoin is based on, is called a "block chain". Besides generating new coins at a steadily decreasing value (to avoid rapid inflation), the block chain also records every transaction ever made with Dogecoin. And every user of Dogecoin has a complete copy of the block chain on their computer or other device, in the form of a "wallet" where coins are stored. Now compare this to the traditional fiat money, you use every day. Chances are you have some cash in your wallet, but most of what you own is deposited in a bank, run by people that you have to trust with your money. You hope they will act responsibly, but they don't always. Think of what caused the recent financial crisis, the socalled "subprime mortgage crisis" in 2008, from which world economy is still trying to recover. It was banks and investors behaving irresponsably in order to get quick profits. There's also the risk of fraud or theft, when you trust other people with your money. One single bank employee could potentially alter the bank ledger and transfer money to himself. It's a risk you get when the ledger only exists in one or very few copies. Not so with Dogecoin! The ledger - or block chain - exists in millions of copies, one for every device used to store or generate Dogecoins. You don't need a bank.
Is there no risk at all?
There's always a risk. Scammers and thieves are attracted to anything of value, including Dogecoin. You should always secure your coins by encrypting and backing up your digital wallet. And you should use all possible caution when trading. If you follow the Dogecoin community closely, you will be alerted to any dangers that may appear. Basically, the biggest risk, you have to worry about, is that people stop trusting Dogecoin as a means of exchange. Therefore, never invest more than you can afford to lose!
How do I get Dogecoin?
There are several ways: 1: You can mine. Parts of your computer hardware are very good at processing math problems, which are what formulates the security algorithm protecting the Dogecoin network. By participating in this, you are helping secure our network of users - and you earn coins at the same time! All you need to do is run a special piece of software, join a pool, and leave your computer on as long as possible. There are expenses, such as energy bills and wear and tear on your hardware, but you will get a steady flow of coins. 2: Buy Dogecoin with fiat. Several websites and markets offer to exchange Dogecoin for USD, Euro etc. It's easy and mostly safe. Ask other Dogecoin users about the reliability of individual sellers. 3: Sell something for Dogecoin. There's no limit to the kind of goods and services you can offer in return for Dogecoin. Advertise on the Dogecoin markets, and let the buyers come to you. 4: Tips. Let's not forget this staple of Dogecoin economy! From the very beginning, a tip with Dogecoin has been a popular way of showing appreciation online, on reddit and Twitter in particular. Join the Dogecoin community, and tips will be coming your way, I guarantee it! 5: Faucets. A faucet website offers free coins to visitors. There's a catch of course: You will have to look at ads. This is the way owners of these websites can afford to essentially give away money.
How do I pay someone in Dogecoin?
From your Dogecoin wallet, you can send coins to anyone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and with very little delay, no matter if your recipient is in London, Tokyo, Oslo or in Forkland, Alabama. All you need to know is their wallet address. Every transaction goes straight from sender to recipient with no middle man, and costs only a very small transaction fee, that you will hardly notice. It is fully anonymous - only you and the recipient know the details.
Can Dogecoin make me rich?
Don't count on it. The way Dogecoin is designed, it will most likely not run up value like Bitcoin, because there are simply more coins, and one of the things that determine the value of a currency is supply and demand. Because there is such a big supply of Dogecoins, each coin is not worth much. Other things that influence the value of Dogecoin are: 1: The value of Bitcoin. Because many miners exchange their Dogecoin for Bitcoin. 2: What you can buy with it. As long as there are people willing to sell goods and services for Dogecoin, it will be worth something. And the more people join us, the bigger the Dogecoin economy gets, and the chance of an increase in value goes up. 3: Wealthy shibes. Also known as "dogeillionaires", the richest shibes hold a large amount of coins that they keep out of circulation. Many other shibes hoard a little Doge as well, just in case... This hoarding is actually good for the value of the coin, because it decreases the supply in relation to demand.
Is it a ponzi scheme?
No, because nobody is asking you to invest anything. You can be part of the Dogecoin community without spending anything besides time. But be warned, you may start to spend a lot of that, because we're such nice people to hang out with. Generosity and friendliness are the main properties of a true "shibe" (Dogecoin user).
Why is Dogecoin better than other cryptocurrencies?
Dogecoin shares the best properties of other cryptocurrencies. It's safe, it's fast, it's anonymous and decentralized. It's not under the control of any government or bank. But on top of that, we shibes share a special culture, that you won't find in any other crypto community. Dogecoin was not created for speculation, profit or tax evasion purposes. It was created to put a smile on your face and make the world a better place. Dogecoin users have funded several charities worldwide and the developers of the coin created the Dogecoin Foundation for that very purpose. The community has also gained some renown by sponsoring underdog athletes like the Jamaican Bobsled team and Nascar driver Josh Wise. By using Dogecoin, you become part of a movement that is not based on greed and anger. We may "stick it to the man", but we do so without condoning crime or selfishness. We believe that Dogecoin can change the world for the better, by providing a simple and decentralized means of exchange, that puts the individual, not the "1 %" in full control.
What's with the dog?
The doge internet meme became a worldwide fad in 2013, when someone found a photo of a Shiba Inu dog with a whimsical expression, and added text to it in broken English, among other things spelling "dog" as "doge". Shiba Inus and "dogespeak" quickly flooded the internet, and eventually inspired developer Jackson Palmer to create Dogecoin, as an ironic response to the die-hard seriousness of the Bitcoin community. But Dogecoin soon attracted a large following of its own, and became "the family friendly cryptocurrency". The original "doge" of the meme is Kabosu, a japanese Shiba Inu, rescued from a puppy mill. Her owner has recieved generous donations from the Dogecoin community, which also supports several other dog-related charities like rescue operations and Doge4Kids, which provides service dogs to children in need. The doge meme is still the primary source of good cheer and silliness in the Dogecoin community, which works tirelessly to launch Doge to the moon!
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We all kinda know that coin faucets have declined in usefulness over the years but the ones I've been using remain viable as a revenue stream/long term investment opportunity. These faucets allow you to claim every 5 minutes, and if you don't claim the pot simply increases until you do. they offer 5 different bonuses that multiply your claims. They are: 1) Loyalty bonus: for every day you claim it adds 1% after 100 days your claims are increased 100% 2) Referral Bonus: for every referral it adds 1%, after 100 referrals your claims are increased by 100% in addition to 50% of your reference's claims 3) Offer bonus: completing surveys and such also increases your claims by varying percentages 4) Mining bonus ( you can mine straight from your browser.) This increases you claim by 1% to 100% in addition to the mining proceeds 5) Mystery bonus: randomly increase your claims by anywhere from 1& to 100% So, if you do the math, after a 500% claim increase + mining proceeds + survey proceeds + referral proceeds x 4 different currencies = a whole lot of Bitcoin. You can then convert the currency returns into whichever currency you like best, free of fees through CoinPot (the wallet that these faucets are connected to) and then withdraw to your own wallets free of charge again. In conclusion, if done right this is a great way to make free Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash or Doge which will only be worth more in the future, so even small gains now have the potential to be worth life changing amounts of money in the future. I've made over a $1000 worth of BTC already just by solving the captchas while I'm watching the markets. Try 'em out and let me know how it works for you! These are my referral links to the 4 faucets. Bitcoin: http://moonbit.co.in/?ref=4b321618a52f Doge: http://moondoge.co.in/?ref=66e8c305d467 Dash: http://moondash.co.in/?ref=487290A310EA Litecoin: http://moonliteco.in/?ref=98c6179c487b
Hello all! I Don't know how to start this post so I'm going straight the to point. I'm 15 and interested in Money, Math, and computers. porniscul2... Anyway I'm doing research in Bitcoin and I have a couple questions.
Is Bitcoin safe?
Does Bitcoin relate to that of today's economies?
How do I start?
What is a good investment in bitcoin?
What are prime conditions for Bitcoin mining?
Why choose Bitcoin as my primary cryptocurrency?
Im currently using Green Address as my Bitcoin wallet is there a wallet with a better pro/con ratio than GA?
Are faucets worth it?
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Feel free to shoot me down, spark my curiosity or answer a question or two. Cheers!
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Install a wallet: If you do not have a wallet yet, click here to go to the front page and download a wallet for your PC or Linux. Mobile wallet is coming in a few days (counting down!!!).
Trading: Trading on exchange sites is the fastest way you can earn HTML5 coins because you can trade any coin to HTML5 coins on Bleutrade, Cryptsy, Comkort, C-Cex , BTC-Market, Cold Cryptos, Cryptex. . Or you could also buy HTML5 coin straight with your USD through PAYEER on Bleutrade.
Mining: Mining is another option that you can earn some HTML5 coins. With the current difficulty mining with CPU and GPU is very easy. Mining with your CPU will give you roughly 150-240 HTML5/ hour if your CPU can produce 50-100kh/s. Follow my instruction here about mining with CPU . Mining with your GPU will give you roughly 900-1400 HTML5/hour if your GPU can produce 300-400kh/s. Follow this instruction here to mine with your GPU.
Cloud mining: To be clear, there is no cloud mining on X11 or X15 algorithm just yet, X11 will be coming out soon from Genesis Mining, and X15 on Cryptsy. I listed Cloud mining because you can cloud mine Doge, Litecoin or whatever coin you like to trade for HTML5. At least, this is what Im doing because I dont have good mining Hardwares. I mine with my 1Mhs Genesis Mining contract at 17.99 for average of 280 Doge and trade for HTML5 coins. Depending on HTML5 price, you could get 28,000-35000 HTML5 per day. I stick with Cloud mining because I seem to mine more Altcoin and trade more HTML5 with it. Follow the link on my site on Cloud mining guide.
Join Bleutrade: Joining Bleutrade community is also a good beginning since most HTML5 holders are there. Free HTML5 give away happen almost everyday for several reasons. Free 1000-5000 HTML5 by some senior holders are quite common, the purpose is to encourage more people to join HTML5. Follow the link to BleuTrade and start receiving your free HTML5 coins.
HTMLcoin bounty: Follow this link to visit HTML5 coin bounty. You can get up to 10000000 HTML5 for following the bounty. The easiest one is to post a nice comment on your social media for 1500 HTML5. Or create a post about HTML5 on social media and receive 1000 H5 every time some “like” or “retweet”. Let say you have 10 friends retweeted, you will receive 10,000 HTML5. Contact me through Twitter to fill the bounty, on simply leave a comment on this post.
Faucet: There are 2 faucets at the moment under HTMLCOIN link. One payout every hour and 1 payout every 24 hours. Faucet links: http://www.htmlcoin.com/projects
Web Service: If you have an e-commerce store or would like to make one that accept HTML5 coin or Bitcoin payment, check out my service here.
Community: Our self-hosted development team are growing exponentially, and are currently looking for more traders to join. Contact me through this site or at [email protected] if you are interested in contributing to the Community. Our top skill needed is a logo designer. Or if you think you can suit any of the task on our Bounty List (on top), still contact me to sign up.
Make a HTML5 division yourself: Unlike other Cryptocurrencies, HTML5 does not need a head developer. If you are holding HTML5 on hand, and want to push HTML5 value, create your own group now and name it whatever you like. My division, for instance, is Cryptoinfo that include myself and a graphic designer, we have been recruiting more members everyday to help promo H5 on a lot of forums. Suggestion for your group is to create a small chat room where you all can discuss further development plan on how to promo H5 or create a website to draw more H5 users (we have already done that ). Nothing can be better than seeing your direct contribution on the coin growth, don`t be the many traders out there who wait for the coin value to raise. By forming your own division, you can now greatly influence the coin value every time you speak up at a much larger scale. Ideal division group is 3-5 ppl. You could also work together and claim more HTML5 bounties by creating Banner, multiple posts on Forum or social media about H5 which could potentially earn you tons of H5 by filling Bounties as a group. Check the bounty list from HTML5 dev on top. If you want HTML5 coin and its value to grow , become part of the coin development yourself,add to the coins value and promote growth. This is why HTML5 is different than any other coin out there.
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