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November 29, 2015, 08:16:03 PM
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Hello everyone.

When I first started studying marketing and business the first suggestion I received from some successful people in my niche was to first establish a source of passive-income. For some this is placing ads on their personal website or otherwise capitalizing on their hobbies (e.g capitalizing on your forum hobbies with signature campaigns), and for others this means developing a product or service-solution which manages and sells itself.

Passive-income sources should be thought of as an investment. Like any kind of asset, it can be analyzed to determine whether your time-input is sufficient for your income-output. For example, if it takes you X hours a week to post on forums and you make $X.XX... maybe it would be more cost-efficient for you to learn a trade-skill, or take on some over-time, or make YouTube videos to promote your personal website or hobby. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Whatever it is you do, whether you manage an online-store or you post on BitcoinTalk forums on your weekends, share your knowledge with us so we can all support each other.

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November 29, 2015, 08:37:48 PM
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try r/swagbugs and all hyip forums
There are more about it. On bitcoin you can invest in some casinos like satoshidice, borrow your btc or try to find lucki on cloudminning

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November 29, 2015, 08:41:13 PM
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Those are all horrible and very risky methods of income, and none of those are actually "passive."  Roll Eyes

try r/swagbugs and all hyip forums
There are more about it. On bitcoin you can invest in some casinos like satoshidice, borrow your btc or try to find lucki on cloudminning
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November 29, 2015, 09:24:37 PM
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Cloud mining (short term and or with exit strategy)
Gambling investments (short term with exit strategy i.e: moneypot)

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November 29, 2015, 11:15:22 PM
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Cloud mining (short term and or with exit strategy)
Gambling investments (short term with exit strategy i.e: moneypot)

It's risky to enter in Cloud mining(short term) , possibillity of Ponzi scheme.
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November 30, 2015, 04:52:39 AM
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Those are all horrible and very risky methods of income, and none of those are actually "passive."  Roll Eyes

try r/swagbugs and all hyip forums
There are more about it. On bitcoin you can invest in some casinos like satoshidice, borrow your btc or try to find lucki on cloudminning

True, I wouldn't recommend anyone to do these but then again there are limited options with bitcoins to earn a passive income, they're either these or lending and again they are not without any risks. Cloudmining could be considered a passive income but there is no way to know whether you're investing in a legit cloudmining company of just a ponzi waiting to get enough funds to run away.

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November 30, 2015, 07:03:10 AM
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The best options for passive option are proof of stake such as just-dice or investments with bnktothefuture such as Keiser's BitcoinCapital fund 3.
It depends on your risk but staking is passive income by definition and asset classes listed on bnktothefuture offer fixed payments for some funds such as Keiser's but will take a while to 100% ROI.
You could also try a net zero investment in Bmine on havelock if you know mining difficulties or hold Bmine to target prices.
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November 30, 2015, 07:51:41 AM
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Don't invest in risky stuff as passive income. With passive income you want a steady and secure income long term without thinking about it.

POS coins can be a good one in regards to crypto, but the coin itself can still be highly fluctuating.
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November 30, 2015, 08:18:03 AM
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There s no such thing as passive income. You need to work to make money.

Some projects require more and some less work but in general, something working for you is always a scam. Cause if it s that great, why would a provider sell it?

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November 30, 2015, 08:30:43 AM
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no but i was thinking of purchasing an s7, would roi in 7 months give or less, i think it's feasible before the halvign at worst i will sell it

the other passive income is bitcoin itself, that increase at each pump and stable price
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December 01, 2015, 04:08:50 AM
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Bill Gates worked very hard before he now makes passive-income on his stock holdings.  Roll Eyes

There s no such thing as passive income. You need to work to make money.

Some projects require more and some less work but in general, something working for you is always a scam. Cause if it s that great, why would a provider sell it?
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December 01, 2015, 04:16:55 AM
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There s no such thing as passive income. You need to work to make money.

Some projects require more and some less work but in general, something working for you is always a scam. Cause if it s that great, why would a provider sell it?

While you're right, a passive income can be actually two things :  
- Investment returns (need a lot of money if you plan to make a living of it, at the very least 100k). Or be veeery lucky. Like you've invested massively in CLAM before it went live on Just-Dice and now you are staking the shit out of it. Or gambling with some massive leverage, like 100:1 on an exchange, and winning it.
- Passive income that are enabled by work. It means that you work once and the goal is to have a system that will generate profits almost automatically after, with minimal work. Some people are really good at it but it's a difficult business, made a little bit easier with the internet. There are many systems like dropshipping, affiliate marketing etc. You can also get a biz and putting people to work on it, like what some guys do by engaging cheap Indian workers to take care of their online biz.

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December 01, 2015, 04:21:57 AM
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I have passive Income from my real job around ~$150 it's enough for me
and im earning ~30-20/month from signature campaign and other source (trade, giveaway etc.)

Im invest my bitcoin earning so im use my salary from real job to spend it Smiley

maybe in future i will buy hardware miner to mining bitcoin, if my bitcoin enough for buy it


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December 01, 2015, 04:52:05 AM
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my passive income is from signature campaign, through which i earn by posting it. with that income i play sports betting and earn some more i just keep the 50% of the income in my vault and when ever i feel bitcoin is low price i buy it and keep it for higher price sale. apart from that i work for real job that income is for my family that i dont distrub,
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December 01, 2015, 05:02:37 AM
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Does being part of a signature campaign count as a passive source of income?  Cheesy

Overall I have some very small and basic sources of income, such as betting on various sports events, and doing other smaller things on the side. I want to get some more sources of passive income, but I have to find the time in order to start getting the passive sources rolling.
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December 01, 2015, 05:25:13 AM
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Does being part of a signature campaign count as a passive source of income?  Cheesy

Overall I have some very small and basic sources of income, such as betting on various sports events, and doing other smaller things on the side. I want to get some more sources of passive income, but I have to find the time in order to start getting the passive sources rolling.

No, all the above you mentioned requires you to actively do stuff to earn money and therefore they cannot be considered passive income, a passive income is the income you earn with little or no effort, like for ex. investment plans (legit ones not ponzis) which bring you regular income without doing anything. But as said before it is hard to find programs that are legit and let you make money from money without any efforts.

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December 01, 2015, 06:29:39 AM
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I have some small passive income through referal system on some exchanges, faucets etc. Nothing big, but it is steady income. Thinking about ways to invest some coins but still did not fond nothing safe enough and worth of risk.
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December 01, 2015, 07:45:26 AM
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my passive income is from signature campaign, through which i earn by posting it. with that income i play sports betting and earn some more i just keep the 50% of the income in my vault and when ever i feel bitcoin is low price i buy it and keep it for higher price sale. apart from that i work for real job that income is for my family that i dont distrub,

this is not really, passive, you are using your time, passive mean mining basically, or a form of automatic interest

in the case of sig campaign the only passive is with a bot, in fact there are some users that use sig as a passive income, with a bot, like Xrunner, i see someone like "copy-pasting" from another source, while posting
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December 01, 2015, 08:02:25 AM
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I have bought a great domain more than a year ago where the initial purchase fee was quite high, but it gave me a great monthly return as far as advertisements goes. I managed to earn back the purchase fee after just over 8 months, and I am now earning an average of $30-$40 per month. I think I can consider this being a passive income.

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Hello everyone.

When I first started studying marketing and business the first suggestion I received from some successful people in my niche was to first establish a source of passive-income. For some this is placing ads on their personal website or otherwise capitalizing on their hobbies (e.g capitalizing on your forum hobbies with signature campaigns), and for others this means developing a product or service-solution which manages and sells itself.

Passive-income sources should be thought of as an investment. Like any kind of asset, it can be analyzed to determine whether your time-input is sufficient for your income-output. For example, if it takes you X hours a week to post on forums and you make $X.XX... maybe it would be more cost-efficient for you to learn a trade-skill, or take on some over-time, or make YouTube videos to promote your personal website or hobby. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Whatever it is you do, whether you manage an online-store or you post on BitcoinTalk forums on your weekends, share your knowledge with us so we can all support each other.

Shalom aleichem.

Passive income is a good source of earnings especially when you have not to much time to work yourself on internet to make money (when you find possibilities who want work to have earnings). For this are very rare. Even more rare are those who can be treated as sure (because fully sure cannot have in internet; there is always the doubt of disappearance of the bankruptcy; this last case because of the specifics which have the doing business in internet). I think to have found a good source for passive incomes in internet.  Have almost 5 years internet life and 9 years internet development life. have more than 50 000 investors and more than 4 million us dollar investments from them. Has withdrew more than 6 million us dollar. Show the source of the profits and have in its website a sea of other data; any kind of data. I am part of this opportunity since almost one month and every day arrive at my account the everyday profit. Which is low but sure. The profit arrive always at the same hour and minute. I invested 1 bitcoin for test it but these days think to invest others. Who can be interested to give a look can PM me without problem for the reflink.
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