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281  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Updated Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns on: May 20, 2014, 12:50:16 AM
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Payment period: Monthly, 30 days after signing up.
Minimum posts: 50 posts per month.
Payments: If minimum post count is reached: F: 0.06 BTC per month, S/H: 0.09 BTC per month.
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282  Economy / Services / Re: GAW MINERS PAYS FOR YOUR SIGNATURE >>> HIGH RATES 50posts = 0.1BTC JOIN US! on: May 20, 2014, 12:23:58 AM
Hmm, can anyone confirm that the code shows correctly in my signature? My monitors at work always cut pages off.

Your sig looks perfect to me, and you only need to wait EvilPanda to come online again and update the google doc Smiley
283  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Which one do you guys feel more safe in keeping your coins? At a trading websit on: May 20, 2014, 12:16:10 AM
You should spend 10 minutes reading the following two articles, and make sure you understand them.
Feel free to make a post here if you get any problem. Smiley

http://www.coindesk.com/information/how-to-store-your-bitcoins/
http://www.coindesk.com/information/paper-wallet-tutorial/
284  Other / Meta / Re: Top posters [May 16 UPDATE] on: May 20, 2014, 12:07:21 AM
Aw I am not in top post lists Sad

No worries, you have a place in the list of worst trust feedback, just after BFL and Inaba.
285  Other / Meta / Re: would the thread be allowed? on: May 20, 2014, 12:01:42 AM
This thread would no doubt be filled with 1 liners which might be considered spam to some.

I could expect even worse replies with no pic but comments like "Your place looks great"...
286  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How do I post? My posts after first two are all rejected, I waited 1 hr on: May 19, 2014, 11:29:56 PM
Once you are Jr. Member you wont have any problems. The higher your rank, the shorter the waiting times

IIRC, around the point of about a Member the minimum time between posts is small enough that you won't get notices telling you that you can't post unless you are literally spamming a new post every couple of seconds. I'm not too sure whether it gets lower from there on - has any of the staff ever mentioned it for the higher levels?
It gets lower each activity period. Out of curiosity I tried to post 2 times straight away. The restriction for me seems to be 11 seconds.

hmm. I guess 11 seconds is the lowest then? Maybe its because it was on a same thread? I dont know..


the minimum is 4, happens when you get 500 activity or more. See my other post here

You can find the exact formulae on the sticky newbie readme. Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=177133.msg5106206#msg5106206
287  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is it smart to make a Bitcoin Faucet on: May 19, 2014, 11:27:42 PM
If you have no special skills or products to sell, have lots of free time, and don't have a member rank account on bitcointalk, I can understand why you use faucets.

Otherwise, I don't think you should spend your time on faucets at all...
288  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: when can i change my avatar? on: May 19, 2014, 11:20:42 PM
Correct me if i'm wrong but the avatar is the little picture below the name right?  Like Dubfx has that elephant.

Correct. And its so cute as well, no idea why he want to lose it, but I'm an elephant lover. Got one tattooed on my arm Smiley
lol the elephant is cute and it's better than what i have! ....NOTHING  lol


his avatar is the elephant coin logo. Still trying to figure out why elephantcoin have been created, maybe to give to elephants a way to exchange stuff through internet?

Probably the same reason as DogeCoin, ShibeCoin, GoatCoin, DuckDuckCoin, CatCoin, KittehCoin, NyanCoin, TigerCoin, PandaCoin, etc.
Who cares what the coin does when it has an adorable icon lol? Tongue
289  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Which is the most trending and easiest way to grab btc for free, now a days? on: May 19, 2014, 11:09:12 PM
I see you already using the Primedice advertisement service, according to your signature. Well done Wink.

As soon as your activity hits 240 you will become a Sr. Member. If you change your signature to the correct signature afterwards, you will receive a nice 0.001 BTC per post!

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I think these signature services are great to easy "grab BTC". Faucets etc are way too slow in my opinion.  With some knowledge it can also be "easy to grab some BTC" by first investing $ in Bitcoin and start short term trading (with altcoins for example). However, this neccesary investment isn't "free" as you state in the title of this topic.

Really?
how to increase activity ?

As you keep active on this forum you will receive 14 activity points each 2 weeks.

I think you're lucky: you might hit the required activity rate of 240 this month. I think you will get paid the  full 0.001 BTC per post if you have changed your signature in time. Good luck Wink.

EDIT: remind that you have to post qualitative posts if you want to receive a payout.. Not all of your posts are, so you won't get paid for those





i usually post news and articles
are these posts are qualitative post?


I heard that Stunna don't pay those with negative trust, but I am not sure if it is really the case...
290  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Getting paid for signature space? on: May 19, 2014, 11:04:01 PM
I plan to sign up for something else when I am a Sr member soon. But honestly am already prepared to do another free month of work yet again
So much scams here


The highest pay is Updown's program (0.0012 per post for sr member) while PD has a better reputation and longer history (0.001 per post).
Choose the one you like more Wink
291  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Need help getting my son started {unemployed} on: May 19, 2014, 10:59:23 PM
Hope he reach full member status, and then he can enroll in a signature program.

Indeed he can start when he reaches member status (60 activity) and gets 0.0006 per constructive post from UpDown. Smiley
292  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: ★☆★ 777coin.com - The Modern Bitcoin Casino! ★☆★ [Free mBTC!][Get Yours Now!] on: May 19, 2014, 10:46:57 PM
Username: Nagato4
293  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How much would Bitcoin be by May 31,2014 on: May 19, 2014, 10:43:15 PM
My guess is 440-460 (less than 2% up or down in the coming 11 days.) Smiley
294  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Getting paid for signature space? on: May 19, 2014, 10:41:18 PM
What are the minimum requirements for selling your signature space to advertisers?  I'm curious as to how this actually works and if you actually get paid? All it basically comes down to is, your promoting they're services right?

From my experience, I haven't had any campaigns that didn't follow through with their agreement. With that said, each advertiser has different requirements. Some require 0 posts, others 50. Some require certain activity levels and others don't. It just varies.

Hehe, prior to the current provider (which is super low pay and I am looking elsewhere), I had TradeFortress and Bitcoinsports.eu -- guess how that went!?!?!  Tongue

It seems BitcoinLiveBets is paying just 0.002 BTC a month, which is really really low...
Just curious, why did you join it?
295  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Better way to do paper wallets? on: May 19, 2014, 10:32:38 PM
What software for paper wallets? Is armory on the linux repository?

If you want to make paper wallets without being connected, you will have to get a computer, wipe it, install linux, and never connect it to a network. Then you download the paper wallet software, verify that it is secure, and install it on your offline computer. Connect a printer to the computer and you can make all the paper wallets you want. You might as well install Armory on your offline computer, too.

Keep in mind that a wallet backup is not really the same thing as a paper wallet. Mycellium does not tell you to create a paper wallet. It tells you to back up the Mycellium wallet onto a sheet of paper. The Mycellium backup is encrypted so you don't have to go to extraordinary lengths to protect it. Just follow the directions -- write down the key, print out the back up, write the key on the backup, store the backup in a safe location.


Why don't you simply generate your paper wallet with bitaddress without internet connection?

EDIT: odolvlobo beats me. Tongue
296  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Which Bitcoin Exchange do you use and why ? on: May 19, 2014, 10:28:25 PM
That's exactly why you should use 0% fee exchanges like ANXPRO.

Though it doesn't explicitly charge a trading fee, the bid-ask spread on there is pretty big (which is about 1%).

For your comparison, these are the bid ask prices at this very moment shown on ANX site.
ANX: 3446.33111 and 3468.84999
BITSTAMP: 3462.89681 and 3465.14489
BTCE: 3403.12888 and 3403.13663

That's because of low volume. If you bid/ask at market price, it should be ok, and someone will fill the trade.

It could be the reason, but unless the gap gets smaller, I see no benefit of using it...  Roll Eyes
297  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Which Bitcoin Exchange do you use and why ? on: May 19, 2014, 10:19:10 PM
I personally dont like any besides localbitcoins, and waiting for the ATM`s arrive in my area.

Any and every exchange out there can be putting in orders without actual orders on prices.

Outside from the usual terrible support.

Bitcoin ATMs charge up to a 10% fee. And even if they do make up orders, ATMs still get the exchange rates from them, so you're even worse off.

Regarding the fee, I am pretty sure bitcoin ATM can never beat exchanges.
But it does offer better anonymity (no identity verification), fast tx time (whole tx should take a min or so), and sometimes it could offer create great earning opportunity (http://www.wired.com/2014/01/bitcoin_atm/Tongue
298  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Which Bitcoin Exchange do you use and why ? on: May 19, 2014, 09:57:31 PM
That's exactly why you should use 0% fee exchanges like ANXPRO.

Though it doesn't explicitly charge a trading fee, the bid-ask spread on there is pretty big (which is about 1%).

For your comparison, these are the bid ask prices at this very moment shown on ANX site.
ANX: 3446.33111 and 3468.84999
BITSTAMP: 3462.89681 and 3465.14489
BTCE: 3403.12888 and 3403.13663
299  Economy / Speculation / Re: $10,000 when? on: May 19, 2014, 09:48:31 PM
8/8/2014

 Grin

What do I win if it comes true?

You would have made a 2000% return in 3 months. Is that prize not good enough lol? Cheesy
300  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [CLOSED]Free 1$ worth of bitcoins for new members. on: May 19, 2014, 09:45:47 PM
thanks in advance! Grin Grin

1QAG597aHAdrFLPc8gKZPtDE6U9gALdKNQ


This giveaway was held in Apr 2013, and you should see the [CLOSED] in title lol. Wink
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