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Latest Bitcoin News / Earn Free Bitcoins in Pakistan Without any Investment 2020
« Last post by administrator on February 22, 2020, 05:16:44 PM »

Earn Free Bitcoins in Pakistan Without any Investment 2020

If you want to earn free bitcoin in Pakistan and also without investing any cash, than you arrive at the right place. Here i will teach you many ways through which you can earn free bitcoins without any investment. These ways include free cloud mining sites, free crypto faucets, free crypto earning browsers and PTC (Pay to click) websites.

How To Earn Bitcoin Free?
Among various ways available for earning free bitcoins or altcoins, we will discuss Top methods of earning free bitcoins using Best and secure methods to earn Free Bitcoins without investment are given below in this article.
1. Crypto Mining using Crypto Browsers
2. Free Cloud Mining Sites without investment
3. Crypto Faucets- Free Cryptocurrency Giveaways
4. (PTC) Pay to Click sites.
5. Trading commission and Affiliate marketing-without investment

First and foremost thing to do is to have a crypto wallet to send, receive and store cryptocurrencies.
Top 4 secure and free online Bitcoin Wallets are :
1. Binance
2. Coinbase
2. Eobot
4. Cryptonator

1. Bitcoin Mining Using Crypto Browsers
1.1 CryptoTab Browser
CryptoTab web browser is one of the best method for free mining using Web Browser. The capability of mining while browsing with Google payment system at its back makes it the strongest option of free earning.

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Let me know what you think about the following article.

https://medium.com/coinmonks/bitcoin-retirement-series-part-1-bitcoin-investing-in-retirement-plans-us-version-2d65c5fffe31
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Latest Bitcoin News / Crypto whales hacked, lost $15M BTC and $30M BCH
« Last post by administrator on February 22, 2020, 09:39:51 AM »



https://twitter.com/DoveyWan/status/1231073856669933569

He was reported to be the owner of https://bitcoinbuilder.com/ and the attack vector is SIM hacked.
I really don't know what to say, BTC is already on the move and have been split already. He claim to be a security expert  .

RIP BTC and BCH. Very very expensive lessons to learnt.

https://explorer.bitcoin.com/btc/address/1Edu4yBtfAKwGGsQSa45euTSAG6A2Zbone
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Latest Bitcoin News / A game that educates people about Bitcoin
« Last post by administrator on February 22, 2020, 09:39:48 AM »
Hi all,

I recently started working on an educational game that informs the player about some of the important concepts about bitcoin and am looking for some feedback.

The target player is not an engineer or an economist, but a person on the street that still believes fiat is good and that we are fine with money controlled by the state.

The game is designed as a series of conversations between two people, one asks questions and the other responds. The responses almost always include a mini game where the player solves a simple task to understand the concept.

For example, the first game is a simple "scratch the screen" game to reveal the bitcoin emission schedule.

Here's a list topics for which I am currently developing mini games:


Inflation hedge. Digital Gold.
How to pay using Bitcoin. No need for Credit Cards or banks.
How payments work - mining intro.
Double spending is almost impossible.
Censorship resistance.
Fleeing a war zone with bitcoin.
Keeping it safe. Secret sharing.
Purity of bitcoin vis a vis gold purity tests.
Address the fear of losing coins.
Anonymity and privacy.
No banks or state or single miner or developer regulates Bitcoin. Essentially, "no one" regulates Bitcoin.


Would love to get any input on the list if topics. Is there something I am missing as the first introduction to someone new to bitcoin? Is there something I should take out?

Thanks in advance for any thoughts.

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Latest Bitcoin News / BCH sent to BTC in Kraken
« Last post by administrator on February 22, 2020, 06:16:57 AM »
Is there any chance of getting my BCH sent from Blockchain to a BTC address in Kraken.  It is a segwit address.  BTC.com is willing to help but needs the xpub key.  Is there a tool to retrieve the xpub key?

Thanks in advance
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Latest Bitcoin News / Starting My Pay In Bitcoin with bitwage a review.
« Last post by administrator on February 22, 2020, 03:44:00 AM »
This a second coming to another post I made discussing getting paid in btc. After two weeks here's how it worked.

On Feb 13, I had a percentage go into btc

Input Volume: 69.06 USD
Output Volume: 0.00645534 BTC
Cross Currency Rate: 10697.3464222 USD/BTC

On Feb 20, I had a percentage go into btc
Input Volume: 49.27 USD
Output Volume: 0.00494258 BTC
Cross Currency Rate: 9969.18351128 USD/BTC

Note the amount for the bitcoin is significantly higher then where it was on either of those days. However it was a convenience to have my pay collected in a percentage of btc. Sent to a address and be capable of transferring it immediately. I also had my fiat pay sent to my bank.

I originally thought id do a 50/50.   usd/btc but once I realized how high the bitcoin buy price would end up being, I lowered it by alot.

My over all rating is positive only because I never have to think about buying btc or eth again and it's based on a percentage of my earned wage.


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Latest Bitcoin News / Sending Bitcoin through SMS/Text Messaging?
« Last post by administrator on February 21, 2020, 08:23:29 PM »
I'm looking for a way to send Bitcoin to people in countries which lack Internet access. After all, being able to send Bitcoin in a safe and secure way over SMS/Text messaging would prove to be extremely convenient for "offline" transactions. For once, I've heard about a crypto service which allowed people to send Bitcoin over SMS/Text messaging. But I can't recall its name. Still though, it relies on a central operator/middleman. I'd prefer a solution that would allow me to send BTC though SMS/Text messaging in the most decentralized way possible.

Do you think it's possible to do this? Are you aware of any methods to sent BTC through SMS/Text messaging without relying on third parties? If it cannot be done in a decentralized manner, I'd still like to know if there are mainstream companies offering such possibility to Bitcoin users. Thanks in advance.
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Latest Bitcoin News / Free Bitcoin Mining Sites
« Last post by administrator on February 21, 2020, 07:19:56 PM »
Free Bitcoin Mining Vip 1 Tested

ViaBTC Vip 1 Plan Tested.
Test Time : 08.02.2020

The system is very comprehensive. (for example 2015) in the system collects the bitcoins and sends them to your wallet by presenting them to the new blockchain approval system... Thank you...

APK FİLE PACKAGE AVAIBLE
Legit Site Link : http://www.viabtcminer.com/

PAYMENT PROOF : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6fcAQOlF90





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today I read this shocking news:

Binance is not authorized to operate in malta financial regulator says

This means that the history of Malta being friendly with cryptos is far from being true, that is, we are still walking very slowly in relation to convincing governments to accept bitcoin. I wonder how this story will end?
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Latest Bitcoin News / 0.28 bitcoin to be in the 1% of richest bitcoin holder
« Last post by administrator on February 21, 2020, 04:44:36 PM »
To be part of the 1% of the richest in the world when it comes to Bitcoin you only need 0.28 Bitcoin . - According to Jake Levison

As we know the bitcoin just has a limited supply and only 2% of the bitcoin address could have a 1Bitcoin or more, earning this 0.28, in my opinion, will be difficult for most of the users.



Ref:
https://twitter.com/jakelevison/status/1229822726686281730



Ref:
https://twitter.com/BTCKris_/status/1229974349722968066

Surely a lot of people hold more than 1 bitcoin in their wallets but the number of people who own 1bitcoin is between 500k to 1million.
Quote from: Asuspawer09 on January 23, 2020, 01:46:56 AM
As of Jan. 14 we already have 784,000address that owns 1 bitcoin or more. The number is already had an 11% increase from 707,000 that is recorded a year ago. In 2015 has more than doubled. Most of the addresses came from exchanges and big player "whales" that usually hold a big amount of bitcoin.





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