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May 26, 2015, 01:26:32 PM
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Hi guys,
How can I earn 1BTC a year?
is it possible? if so how?

By the way, my brother is already member of this forum, will I(or he) problem if we use the same IP but different PCs?
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May 26, 2015, 01:35:04 PM
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Hi guys,
How can I earn 1BTC a year?
is it possible? if so how?

By the way, my brother is already member of this forum, will I(or he) problem if we use the same IP but different PCs?

The easiest way is to earn $240 a year, or equivalently $12 a month.
If you are located in a developed country, just go get a part-time job and you should be able to earn a few USD an hour.

It won't be a problem.
Having multiple accounts is not against the rule, as long as none of your accounts is banned.

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May 26, 2015, 01:35:50 PM
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it is less than 3 mBTC/day. You can easily earn it if you start with a brand new account and take part of signature campaign once you reach full member status.

And multiaccounting is allowed, problem will be if one of gets banned, other will be too 
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May 26, 2015, 01:45:25 PM
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Hi guys,
How can I earn 1BTC a year?
is it possible? if so how?

By the way, my brother is already member of this forum, will I(or he) problem if we use the same IP but different PCs?

Hi  Cheesy

You can easily earn 1btc a year, how many hours do you have available to earn this 1btc a year? You will be a full member in 18weeks and earning a potential 0.08 a week for around 100 posts at one of the top pay per post campaigns. 0.08btc x 34 =2.72btc  without counting what you can earn here in between https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=840124.0 Then you can sell the account. As someone said though you are best of working in the real world and buying btc  Cheesy
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May 26, 2015, 02:00:17 PM
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1BTC a year is fairly easy. Just check for a paid signature campaign in the service board. most of them pay more than 0.10BTC per month

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May 26, 2015, 02:17:35 PM
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Hi guys,
How can I earn 1BTC a year?
is it possible? if so how?

By the way, my brother is already member of this forum, will I(or he) problem if we use the same IP but different PCs?

"Brother"  Cheesy. How would you earn money money in the real world? Work for it, provide services or sell things. Look on over in the Services section for various ways to earn money as you could easily earn 1bitcoin from signature campaigns but you'll likely need a higher ranked account. You can buy one or just build one up over time though. Once you're a Member/Full Member/Senior you can earn between 0.05-0.125 a month for 50 posts but some people earn nearly 1btc a month on a pay per post deal like bit-x but you'll need to post a lot to get that.
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May 26, 2015, 02:21:44 PM
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It is possible and you may earned more than 1 BTC in a year . Just work hard everyday on things that can earn you btc.

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May 26, 2015, 02:31:54 PM
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sig campaigns can give you more than 1btc in 1 year plus you can get more than that if you have skills to offer in services section
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May 26, 2015, 03:23:18 PM
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it's possible even with mining if you have good cheap electricity, with altcoin it should be more easy than bitcoin mining, but you need to invest money at the beginning anyway

and you can be the owner of more than one account here, i suspect that everyone has at least one sockpuppets here
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May 26, 2015, 03:45:33 PM
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it's possible even with mining if you have good cheap electricity, with altcoin it should be more easy than bitcoin mining, but you need to invest money at the beginning anyway

and you can be the owner of more than one account here, i suspect that everyone has at least one sockpuppets here

If  you understand altcoins and are a successful trainer 1 BTC a year could easily be done in trades.  But it is not guaranteed I personally think the amount of pump/dump makes it hard for a lot to properly make a profit.

Mining you will need the right factors in place.  Keep in mind it's summer so build up slow.  And your electricity needs to be around 10 cents or less in my opinion (make sure to include any taxes or fees in calculation).   

So anwser is yes with investment being new you still can do one BTC a year.  Just takes investment, you will not get it from faucets if that's what you had in mind.
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May 26, 2015, 03:46:21 PM
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You can actually make more than 1 btc per year if you have the patience and the will to do so. There are several existing methods to choose from, but it is up to you how will you do it efficiently. Given that you're already a member of this forum, you can try joining a signature campaign. If you are active in this forum, in about six months time, you will be close to a Sr. Member and start earning meaningful rates in signature campaign. You can also try building a referral on a gambling site, but I must say that this is a hard task to achieve.

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May 26, 2015, 03:49:40 PM
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it's possible even with mining if you have good cheap electricity, with altcoin it should be more easy than bitcoin mining, but you need to invest money at the beginning anyway

and you can be the owner of more than one account here, i suspect that everyone has at least one sockpuppets here

If  you understand altcoins and are a successful trainer 1 BTC a year could easily be done in trades.  But it is not guaranteed I personally think the amount of pump/dump makes it hard for a lot to properly make a profit.

Mining you will need the right factors in place.  Keep in mind it's summer so build up slow.  And your electricity needs to be around 10 cents or less in my opinion (make sure to include any taxes or fees in calculation).   

So anwser is yes with investment being new you still can do one BTC a year.  Just takes investment, you will not get it from faucets if that's what you had in mind.

Well, there are several parts of the world where it isn't summer.  Roll Eyes Yes, if you've been in the altcoin trading scene for so long now, 1 btc is such a small goal. The best thing I know of is to earn first even a small usb miner capable of mining different coins in different algorithms then insta-mine some promising altcoins that you think will hit the exchanges big. This could easily give you some meaningful profits, but there is no assurance that you will always win in this case because there are different expenses you must first think before diving into this kind of stuff.

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May 26, 2015, 03:51:25 PM
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I am not sure you do but if you had a small amount between 0.07btc-0.12btc then you could invest by buying a decent full member account and join a signature campaign and get a ROI in just a week if you post well. That way you would also earn around 3.5btc in the year assuming you don't rank up and get a higher pay which you will. You could offer your services in the service section, I personally would just get a job and work for a few hours a week and get double the 1btc just by 2hours a week on a very bad $5 an hour wage.
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May 26, 2015, 03:54:18 PM
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it's possible even with mining if you have good cheap electricity, with altcoin it should be more easy than bitcoin mining, but you need to invest money at the beginning anyway

and you can be the owner of more than one account here, i suspect that everyone has at least one sockpuppets here

If  you understand altcoins and are a successful trainer 1 BTC a year could easily be done in trades.  But it is not guaranteed I personally think the amount of pump/dump makes it hard for a lot to properly make a profit.

Mining you will need the right factors in place.  Keep in mind it's summer so build up slow.  And your electricity needs to be around 10 cents or less in my opinion (make sure to include any taxes or fees in calculation).   

So anwser is yes with investment being new you still can do one BTC a year.  Just takes investment, you will not get it from faucets if that's what you had in mind.

Well, there are several parts of the world where it isn't summer.  Roll Eyes Yes, if you've been in the altcoin trading scene for so long now, 1 btc is such a small goal. The best thing I know of is to earn first even a small usb miner capable of mining different coins in different algorithms then insta-mine some promising altcoins that you think will hit the exchanges big. This could easily give you some meaningful profits, but there is no assurance that you will always win in this case because there are different expenses you must first think before diving into this kind of stuff.

And those are very lucky but yes some countries have cold ambient.  I am not lucky enough to have this.

USB stick miners if that is what you are talking about I suggest for learning but not ROI.  OP would be better off buying BTC or a bigger miner then stick miners.  They are fun but not cost efficient with so many parts for one chip in most cases. I don't know if with USB miners I would guarentee meaningful profits.

I think he would be better off with a S3 with cheap electricity.  Or if higher electricity obviously a newer miner.
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May 26, 2015, 03:55:29 PM
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quite easily I'm sure you can get it so I can get in one year 2btc and I do not have a lot of expertise so I'm sure you are able to Smiley

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May 26, 2015, 03:55:51 PM
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if you're a high ranked member of this forum u can to join a signature campaign. or find a casino that offers a game you're good at playing.           

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And those are very lucky but yes some countries have cold ambient.  I am not lucky enough to have this.

USB stick miners if that is what you are talking about I suggest for learning but not ROI.  OP would be better off buying BTC or a bigger miner then stick miners.  They are fun but not cost efficient with so many parts for one chip in most cases. I don't know if with USB miners I would guarentee meaningful profits.

I think he would be better off with a S3 with cheap electricity.  Or if higher electricity obviously a newer miner.

June would probably mark the start of the rainy season here in our country. It will be cold for sure. Smiley

What I'm saying is, those usb stick miners could probably be used to insta-mine promising altcoins just before they hit the exchanges. If you picked a pretty good coin, you will meet ROI and profit. Mining bitcoins directly with these cutesy little miners is a dumb move; mining altcoins with these hardware, however, could be a good thing to do.

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May 26, 2015, 04:06:39 PM
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Hi guys,
How can I earn 1BTC a year?
is it possible? if so how?

By the way, my brother is already member of this forum, will I(or he) problem if we use the same IP but different PCs?

Using the same IP is not a problem as long as you don't spam or use the same campaign with the same IP. It's possible to make 1 BTC or more a year, you could make 5, 10, 100.. it depends on what you do with your time.

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And those are very lucky but yes some countries have cold ambient.  I am not lucky enough to have this.

USB stick miners if that is what you are talking about I suggest for learning but not ROI.  OP would be better off buying BTC or a bigger miner then stick miners.  They are fun but not cost efficient with so many parts for one chip in most cases. I don't know if with USB miners I would guarentee meaningful profits.

I think he would be better off with a S3 with cheap electricity.  Or if higher electricity obviously a newer miner.

June would probably mark the start of the rainy season here in our country. It will be cold for sure. Smiley

What I'm saying is, those usb stick miners could probably be used to insta-mine promising altcoins just before they hit the exchanges. If you picked a pretty good coin, you will meet ROI and profit. Mining bitcoins directly with these cutesy little miners is a dumb move; mining altcoins with these hardware, however, could be a good thing to do.

The chances of picking a good coin are slim though.  Most are pump/dump.  And when a new coin comes out you would be competing against a lot bigger miner's.  People even rent hash at launches.  Nicehash/Westhash on a new coin that is half way decent will pay way over normal.  Difficulty will skyrocket on the new coin.

USB sticks are for learning at this point. Just not enough hash even with "new" stick miners such as Avalon Nano. I have one get's over 4 GHs but it is for run I would never ROI on it. In my opinion.
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May 26, 2015, 04:14:03 PM
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And those are very lucky but yes some countries have cold ambient.  I am not lucky enough to have this.

USB stick miners if that is what you are talking about I suggest for learning but not ROI.  OP would be better off buying BTC or a bigger miner then stick miners.  They are fun but not cost efficient with so many parts for one chip in most cases. I don't know if with USB miners I would guarentee meaningful profits.

I think he would be better off with a S3 with cheap electricity.  Or if higher electricity obviously a newer miner.

June would probably mark the start of the rainy season here in our country. It will be cold for sure. Smiley

What I'm saying is, those usb stick miners could probably be used to insta-mine promising altcoins just before they hit the exchanges. If you picked a pretty good coin, you will meet ROI and profit. Mining bitcoins directly with these cutesy little miners is a dumb move; mining altcoins with these hardware, however, could be a good thing to do.

The chances of picking a good coin are slim though.  Most are pump/dump.  And when a new coin comes out you would be competing against a lot bigger miner's.  People even rent hash at launches.  Nicehash/Westhash on a new coin that is half way decent will pay way over normal.  Difficulty will skyrocket on the new coin.

USB sticks are for learning at this point. Just not enough hash even with "new" stick miners such as Avalon Nano. I have one get's over 4 GHs but it is for run I would never ROI on it. In my opinion.

It is given that if you pick a coin to mine, there will be people other than you who will see the opportunity as well, and mine the same coin that you are mining. You don't need to go and mine the same coin for a long time. What I'm saying is, just before it hit the exchange, and when the difficulty is low, mine it before it gets big. You don't need to get a bunch; a decent yet sizable stash could probably be a good choice. Heck, there are coins there that are still profitable even if you only cpu mine it. The key is get in there before others do, and when you are confident with the stash that you have earned, wait for the coin to hit the exchanges and dump it.

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