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GainGG

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Surveys, watching videos, downloading apps, and other misc task such as clipping coupons and purchasing items
cash out options include
Bitcoin
litecoin
bitcoin cash
etherium
paypal
CSGO Shop
Minimum cash out is 25 cents and can be higher depending on what you cash out through. Cash outs take 15 minutes to 3 hours before your verified. Once your verified you will receive funds imediately

gamer mine

Ways to earn include

Surveys, watching videos, downloading apps, and other misc task such as clipping coupons and purchasing items and playing steam games with there url in your display name on steam
cash out options include
Bitcoin
litecoin
bitcoin cash
etherium
OP skins
lootbear
paypal
amazon

GG2U

GG2U is unique because you earn video points from Hideout.tv which is how you would earn through videos, before you can start earning through hideout you have to create a account there and link gg2u. Once you earn 200 videos, which takes about a day, you get to spin a wheel for a prize for 1-7 dollars
Surveys, watching videos, downloading apps, and other misc task such as clipping coupons and purchasing items
cash out options include
Bitcoin
Egift card for multiple stores
paypal


More to be added soon post still a work in progress

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Today we will tell you interesting facts from the world of cryptocurrency, enjoy reading!

📊Salary payment The Japanese Internet giant GMO has been paying 4,700 employees a portion of their salary in Bitcoins since February of this year. Each salary payment in yen is reduced by the amount of the paid Bitcoin part at the exchange rate on the GMO Coin exchange. Thus, the company ensures the ownership of the virtual currency of its employees and promotes the development of virtual currencies in the world.
📊Online shopping Among the world's largest companies that accept Bitcoin for payment, at different times such world giants as Microsoft, Steam and Dell were noted. At the moment, the acceptance of crypto payment by these companies is suspended due to the large volatility of Bitcoin.
📊Tourism In China, the country's first "ETH-hotel"has recently appeared. This hotel, in addition to Ethereum, accepts bitcoin as well. Interestingly, it is located in Sichuan province, which is famous for low electricity rates and a significant concentration of mining companies.
📊Trips Brisbane airport in Australia became the world's first crypto-friendly airport. Today, all trading terminals at the airport accept Bitcoin, Dash, Bitcoin cash, Ethereum, Nem and Steem.
📊Gift card eGifter is a website where you can buy gift cards of many brands for Bitcoins, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Litecoin. Thus, you can convert cryptocurrency for purchase in the store, where it is not accepted.

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Bitcoin Cash Is Still the Best Cryptocurrency with the Brightest Future

In these dark times, with bitcoin cash (BCH) losing value seemingly every time you look at it (current $120), some might question their support or wonder if they made a mistake in choosing bitcoin cash.
It is true that you would have more value in fiat had you never bought and held BCH at any time since the great fork: it's valued lower than ever before. To add insult to injury, it is also true that bitcoin cash has been losing value faster than competing coins - at least since the fork.
These are my reasons for continuing to support the coin, despite the storm.
FIRSTLY Bitcoin cash is the most usable of all cryptos. Usability is mainly a combination of merchant adoption and transactability (speed and cost). There is no other coin, save BTC, that has a wider level of merchant adoption. The best thing is that merchant adoption of bitcoin cash is on the rise, which is something that really can't be said for many other coins.
My personal favorite businesses (by no means complete)
Name Type URL
OpenBazaar Epic decentralized marketplace https://openbazaar.org/
purse.io 20-30% discounts on Amazon https://purse.io/shop
Keys4Coins keys for digital software (Steam etc.) https://www.keys4coins.com/
CheapAir Flights and Hotels https://www.cheapair.com/
Overstock.com Kinda like Amazon, but with a cooler owner https://www.overstock.com/
eGifter very fast digital gift cards for most major retailers https://www.egifter.com/
BitPay payment processor, making it all possible https://bitpay.com
Coinbase payment processor, bank, trading platform https://coinbase.com
Acceptbitcoin Merchant listings https://acceptbitcoin.cash
Marco Coino Merchant listings https://www.coinline.co.nz/marco-coino/
Coinmap Merchant Listing for BTC (many accept BCH) https://coinmap.com
SECONDLY Bitcoin cash is committed to maintaining high transactability forever: "cash for the world", eventually enabling 50 transactions/day/person on earth. When you lose the ability to spend your money, or the friction of spending increases, your coins become worth less by at least the amount that a transaction costs, and actually by more still, because the counter party knows that they will be stuck with hard-to-spend coins and will be less willing to accept them. Bitcoin cash is among the very best coins with reliably high transactability, and the only one which is also a decentralized cryptocurrency. This gives me confidence that my coins will be as usable now as they will be when I pass them on to my children.
Here's a comparison of some of the main coins, tx fees, confirmation times, decentralization status.
coin decentralized current median tx fees / USD Settlement time/s
BCH yes 0.0041 instant settlement or 1 block
BTC yes 0.168 27 cents to be included within 2 blocks, no instant settlement
LTC yes 0.0069 2.5 min block times
XRP no 0.0048 fast
THIRDLY Fast paced development by multiple teams with a common road map that I agree with. I put this one last because it is the least interesting to users of the coin, but is incredibly important for the long term outlook. Bitcoin cash isn't aiming to be banker coin or statist coin like some of our less idealistic challengers. The developers aren't changing the road map to please regulators or appease governments or protect IP, like some of the recent defectors.
Here are some bitcoin cash full node implementations to take a look at
Project URL Notes
BitcoinABC https://www.bitcoinabc.org/ The first and most popular
BitcoinUnlimited https://www.bitcoinunlimited.info/ nearly got BTC to increase blocksize back in the day
BitcoinXT https://bitcoinxt.software/ Started by Mike Hearn, still a great project
Parity https://github.com/paritytech/parity-bitcoin/ Written in Rust
Bitprim https://www.bitprim.org/ High performance node
Bchd https://bchd.cash/ My favorite, written in Go
Bcash https://bcoin.io/ javascript
Copernicus https://copernet.io/about Another client written in Go, recently mined a block
All things considered, there's good reason why bitcoin cash is one of the top coins.
However, Houston, we have a problem:
There is a social attack against bitcoin cash. We now not only have one group of people antagonistic to our road map (BTC maximalists) but also a more recent and well funded group (BSV maximalists). Together they are spreading a lot of FUD among the cryptocurrency community. Try not to get into heated arguments with them, you won't convince anybody and will just end up frustrated. Point out the positive things about BCH and don't be afraid to say why you like it.
Several exchanges are still not trading BCH. Most notably RightBTC and EXX which were both in the top 10 for BCH trading volume before the fork. We've been set back by the FUD surrounding the fork, not by the fork itself. Let's work to correct this!
To the future!
EDIT formatting, corrections to exchanges no longer supporting BCH
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[PSA] Money saved = money earned? Use bitcoin to save money if you shop on amazon.

I was reading a couple threads on this subreddit and some people are taking a hit when buying gift cards with bitcoin where they only get 80% of the value of the bitcoin transferred to the gift card. People also seem to struggle converting bitcoin to cash. Here's a few things with some referral linkssorry to assist people with these issues.
For starters, egifter and gyft are pretty useful. I use them pretty often for things when I am in a rush and can't find any other options to save using bitcoin to buy things. It's also really handy for gifts for birthdays/christmas for those folks that live far away. If you want to throw me a bone for telling you about egifter, shoot me a pm and I can add you as a referral. The referral program isn't sexy, but egifter does give you points for using bitcoin that can add up to savings on future orders.
If you want to convert bitcoin to fiat, I highly recommend getting a bitpay debit card. Bitpay is fast and easy and comes in pretty handy. You could also consider localbitcoins. Using that site you can charge a small fee for the transaction. Just simply look at the current rates in your area and match it. Match the rate based on the amount you're selling. Example, currently preev has the bitcoin price at $2632 usd per 1 btc and the going rate in my area is roughly $2785. That's a 3-4% fee. You can also transact here in cash with no id. I just recommend meeting somewhere safe.
I also recommend keeping an eye on /BitMarket. I stumble across deals there from time to time. That subreddit is a pretty decent place to sell some stuff for bitcoin if your are interested in that sort of thing. There are a couple of places that I've found online that are auction type sites like ebay for bitcoin, but they are pretty shady in general and I'd rather not be the guy that points people to them. I have gotten some great deals on them, but I play it extremely safe. If it seems to good to be true or the seller has no ratings or feedback, I don't touch them. Same goes for the subreddit here, check the users profile and attempt to use escrow when doing any trades there.
Now, my favorite thing to do when not using bitcoin directly on sites like newegg is to use purse.
referral:
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Purse is a service that offers a 5% discount immediately for shopping on amazon. If you already shop on amazon and aren't using this, you are wasting money.
Purse can save you 10-20% when purchasing if you are patient. Here's how it works. Say you want to buy a new item that cost $100 on amazon. You list the item in a public wishlist, make an offer of say $80 or $85 in bitcoin for the item and you pay purse.io the bitcoin. Purse then acts as an escrow between you and whomever accepts your offer and buys the item.
The item is shipped directly to you and you then notify purse and they release the escrow to the buyer. I usually start out my offers at 20% and if no one bites after 24to 48 hours, I lower it to 15%.
Cool little side hustle here: I have friends and family that I told about this and they don't want the headaches of dealing with bitcoin. So what I do is let them order through me. Say you mom wants that new tablet or whatever. I tell her I can save her 5% and order the item. If I get 15% off I pocket the 10% as profit for the 10 mins of work it took me to do the listing and stuff. It's a decent way to flip btc to usd for fiat and profit.
For example, a recent purchase I did. I ordered the new kindle fire, childproof case, cover, headphones and all for my friend for her daughter. Everything together was like $145. I listed it for $115 (Cause I like round numbers). I put the bid up and it was accepted in under an hour. That usually doesn't happen. But I was able to flip $115 worth of bitcoin out and got back $135 and some stuff from her garden. Not a bad deal for 10 minutes worth of "work"...
What I do is scaled up because I've traded bitcoin since 2012 and I currently have a few mining rigs, so I always have extra bitcoin laying around to do this. But even if it helps someone a few times a month or something it adds up.
Hope this helps, if you have any questions/suggestions let me know.
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Important Discovery: BTC -> Steam

So I discovered something useful today! You can use eGifter to buy Walmart gift cards using Bitcoins, which is useful in itself, but you can ALSO use Walmart gift cards to buy other gift cards. And Walmart sells Steam Wallet cards. I just got one today using my eGifter card!
Be warned: Most stores do not let you buy gift cards using their store gift card.
Edit: An even easier route to fill your Steam Wallet was mentioned by SmileyChris that doesn't involve driving to a store: eGifteGyft -> Zeevex -> Steam
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Dogecoin ASICs that cost less than $30...

Do they even exist?
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Excellent Post from bitcointtalk.org that should be preserved!

Hey folks,
Saw this post, I think linked from this sub and it can't be ignored! There was clearly a lot of time put in to all the links and whatnot. I was thinking some of the community folks might agree. Is there any way to preserve this.. not a FAQ, but.. links to good information Re: Dogecoin? +GoodShibe or +mumzie is there anything we can do with this? Cross-pasted from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=800004.0:
Why Dogecoin Is Going To The Moon: September 27, 2014, 02:47:10 PM #1 1. GoCoin:
“GoCoin is the first checkout solution designed to accommodate bitcoin and other popular altcoins like litecoin and dogecoin.” https://www.gocoin.com/
PayPal: https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/paypal-supporting-litecoin-and-dogecoin-gocoin-ceo-confirms/
Shopify: https://twitter.com/GoCoinCEO/status/510375124558938112 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shopify
CheapAir: http://www.coindesk.com/cheapair-litecoin-dogecoin-flights/
eGifter: https://coinreport.net/egifter-gocoin-dogecoin-litecoin/
Apriva: http://www.coindesk.com/apriva-partners-gocoin-offer-bitcoin-altcoin-payments/
  1. Currency supply:
Dogecoin and bitcoin estimated inflation rate for the next 10 years. 2015: Bitcoin: 10.00% | Dogecoin: 5.20% 2016: Bitcoin: 9.09% | Dogecoin: 4.94% 2017: Bitcoin: 4.17% | Dogecoin: 4.71% 2018: Bitcoin: 4.00% | Dogecoin: 4.50% 2019: Bitcoin: 3.85% | Dogecoin: 4.30% 2020: Bitcoin: 3.70% | Dogecoin: 4.13% 2021: Bitcoin: 1.79% | Dogecoin: 3.96% 2022: Bitcoin: 1.75% | Dogecoin: 3.81% 2023: Bitcoin: 1.72% | Dogecoin: 3.67% 2024: Bitcoin: 1.69% | Dogecoin: 3.54%
“The goal for the currency is to keep approximately 100 billion coins in circulation - thus after 100 billion Dogecoins are created, rewards will continue at 10k each block. This will help maintain mining and stabilize the number of coins in circulation (considering lost wallets and various other ways coins may be destroyed) at 100 billion.” https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin/issues/23#issuecomment-33893149
  1. Security:
Dogecoin reward schedule provides an incentive to keep Dogecoin secure: http://www.coindesk.com/new-study-low-bitcoin-transaction-fees-unsustainable/
Hashrate: http://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/hashrate-ltc-doge.html
  1. Culture:
Tipping: the potential is to replace “likes” and “upvotes” with tips.
Reddit: http://media.coindesk.com/2014/04/reddittips.jpg
Facebook: http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/facebook-approves-dogecoin-tipping-app/
Twitter: http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthickey/2014/03/17/such-generosity-most-expensive-tweet-ever-sends-11000-to-kenyan-water-charity-via-dogecoin/
Crowdfunding:
Dogecoin for science: https://experiment.com/dogecoin
Jamaican Bobsled: http://mashable.com/2014/01/20/dogecoins-amaica-bobsled-team/
NASCAR: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/ma27/nascar-dogecoin-sponsor-josh-wise-talladega-superspeedway
Events: New York Dogeparty: http://www.dailydot.com/business/dogecoin-party-new-york-city-bitcoin-doge-wall-street/ http://imgur.com/a/XF0ip
Dogecoin SF 2014: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dogecon-sf-by-follow-the-coin-in-partnership-with-the-creator-of-dogecoin-and-the-dogecoin-registration-11325686433?ref=elink
Andreas Antonopoulos speaks at Dogecon SF: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_cdj8UuBrw
Hackadoge | 24-Hour Dogecoin Hackathon: http://hackadoge.com/
Charity: Dogecoin community raises money to send service dogs to kids and families in need: http://www.theverge.com/2014/2/4/5377984/dogecoin-community-raises-money-to-send-service-dogs-to-kids
Dogecoin community raises more than $30K for clean water in Kenya: http://www.dailydot.com/news/dogecoin-doge4water-tipping-raised-donations/
Building “Bahay Kubo” in the Philippines: http://www.reddit.com/dogecoin/comments/22th0o/remember_when_we_raised_83_million_dogecoins_in/ http://imgur.com/a/qaik7
Cancer for College: http://www.prizeo.com/prizes/will-ferrell/a-nice-little-getaway Will Ferrell thanks the Dogecoin community: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmt0tJlLOOg
Brand: Dogecoin is a currency that was born on the internet and it is a part of the internet culture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doge_%28meme%29
Dogecoin started as a joke. Absurdity and fun kept dogecoin in the top 10 cryptocurrencies in the “hyperinflation” phase. Community that remains passionate and doesn’t abandon the coin under high selling pressure from mining pools is a rare thing to find.
The culture is the main reason why many people prefer dogecoin over others, and it also what attracts a broader demographic that wouldn’t touch cryptocurrency otherwise.
Dogecoin is considered a beginner’s coin because of how easy and fun it is to use it.
http://dogecoin.com
  1. Video game industry:
Twitch: “Twitch is the world’s leading video platform and community for gamers” www.twitch.tv DogeTipBot Coming to Twitch, Brings Dogecoin Tipping to its 55 Million Viewers: http://dcmagnates.com/dogetipbot-coming-to-twitch-brings-dogecoin-tipping-55-million-viewers/
E-sports: http://www.cryptoarticles.com/crypto-news/dogecoin-enters-the-world-of-esports-today-as-hsel-kicks-off
GXTalks: Dogecoin & Tipping - The Future of Gaming? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGperEkgLI4 http://www.gaymerx.com/
Minecraft creator accepts Dogecoin donations for new game: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jun/09/minecraft-creator-dogecoin-new-game-cliffhorse
The Dogecoin car is in the official NASCAR video game: http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2014/05/18/dogecoin-sponsored-car-heading-to-nascar-39-14.aspx
  1. International awareness:
Unesco: The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization: Grand Prize winner: Microlending with Dogecoin, India https://www.youth-competition.org/groups/entrepreneurship-competition-2013/contests/2/1437
India’s central bank acknowledges Dogecoin as virtual currency: http://www.neowin.net/news/indias-central-bank-acknowledges-dogecoin-as-virtual-currency
Dogecoin Community in China: http://www.chinadoge.cn/ BitcoinExpo 2014 Shanghai: http://bitcoinexpo2014.com/speakers/shunbin-zeng/
  1. Early adoption stage:
Date of introduction Dogecoin Date of introduction: 8 December 2013 Litecoin Date of introduction: 7 October 2011 Bitcoin Date of introduction: 3 January 2009
Market Cap comparison: http://cryptmarketcap.com/
  1. DogeParty:
“Dogeparty is a layer on the Dogecoin network for new coins that foster creativity and promote social good.” www.dogeparty.io “Dogeparty is faster, because Dogecoin is faster. 10x the speed of Bitcoin. Dogeparty is cheaper, because Dogecoin is cheaper. The transaction cost for Dogecoin is about 1/500th of the Bitcoin transaction cost.” https://coinreport.net/little-altcoin-sanity-impact-dogeparty/
  1. Media Coverage:
Why a Currency Based on an Internet Joke Should Be Taken Seriously: http://www.americanbanker.com/issues/179_70/why-a-currency-based-on-an-internet-joke-should-be-taken-seriously-1066832-1.html
10 Reason The World Should Absolutely Start Paying Attention To Dogecoin: http://www.buzzfeed.com/readcommentbackwards/10-reason-the-world-should-absolutely-start-paying-dmjk
Dogecoin Is Going to the Moon, Literally: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/dogecoin-is-going-to-the-moon-for-real
Kevin Rose (Partner at GoogleVentures) sits down with Jackson Palmer the founder of Dogecoin: http://techcrunch.com/video/foundation-jackson-palmer-of-dogecoin/518227939/
  1. Competent developers:
Flawless Auxiliary Proof of Work implementation: http://thecoinfront.com/dogecoin-core-1-8-officially-brings-merged-mining-to-dogecoin/
Wallets:
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.langerhans.wallet Lightweight wallet: http://www.multidoge.org
Coingecko rating: Dogecoin: 90 Litecoin: 89 Bitcoin: 98 https://www.coingecko.com/en?sort_by=developer_score
  1. User activity:
Dogecoin has the highest usage of any altcoin, including Litecoin. (excluding off-chain tipping). http://bitinfocharts.com/charts.html
Reddit: Reddit CEO on Dogecoin:
http://www.quora.com/What-does-Yishan-Wong-think-about-Dogecoin
Alexis Ohanian, founder of reddit:
https://twitter.com/alexisohanian/status/450453838932082688/photo/1
http://instagram.com/p/nnrI6_mEnD/
Subscribers: 87079
Average Users Online: 307
Average New Hot Posts Per Hour: 2.31
Average New Comments on Hot Posts Per Hour: 147
http://www.reddit.com/dogecoin/
Twitter:
https://twitter.com/dogecoin 162479 followers
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialDogecoin 64,258 likes
Dogecoin has more community support than all altcoins combined.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_effect
Remember: Don’t invest more than you can afford to lose.
To the moon!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=000al7ru3ms
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For Sale: Bitcoin Tshirt on cryptothrift

For Sale: Bitcoin Tshirt on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
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cryptothrift is a Bitcoin, Litecoin and altcoin marketplace and auction site with automated escrow.
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For Sale: Bitcoin Tshirt on cryptothrift

For Sale: Bitcoin Tshirt on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
Tags: BITCOIN, btc, Clothing, Coinye, DOGE, dogecoin, egifts, Fashion, gifts, HOODIES, LiteCoin, men, mining, netflix, shirt, shirts, streetwear, tee, tees, tothemoon, tshirt, wear
cryptothrift is a Bitcoin, Litecoin and altcoin marketplace and auction site with automated escrow.
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eGifter - Buy Gift Cards With Bitcoin Bitcoin News 6 BITCOIN MINING trailer What Can You Buy With Litecoin and Where Can I Spend Litecoin? Free Bitcoin Mining pool Legit ( withdrawal Blockchain) with PROOF

The best place to buy gift cards online. In a recent press release, Bitcoin.com and eGifter announced they had partnered to let crypto owners purchase gift cards using BCH.With this partnership, the utility for BCH has increased significantly. eGifter is a marketplace for gift cards where eGift cards from the top global and US brands can be found. Bitcoin mining is a process through which transactions on the Bitcoin network are validated and stored on the blockchain, the ledger which keeps track of all Bitcoin transactions. Pizza Hut and Papa John’s using bitcoin. EGifter. They offer gift cards for: Amazon, JC Penny, Sephora, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Adidas, Applebee’s, Bed and Bath TOKYO, Oct. 31, 2018 Bitcoin Cash (BCH) just became more usable with the launch of a partnership between Bitcoin.com and eGifter, a gift card marketplace offering 300+ top-branded eGift cards to Individuals, businesses, developers: learn from our simple Bitcoin guides. How Bitcoin works, what is Bitcoin, what is blockchain, how to buy Bitcoin, what is Bitcoin mining and more.

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eGifter - Buy Gift Cards With Bitcoin

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