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September 03, 2016, 02:20:48 AM
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Hello friend. I may have some bad news for you about mining. Since bitcoin started many people have developed mines and the competition has skyrocketed with the price. In the beginning you could mine with the cpu of your computer. Then mining went to hacked gpu's (video cards). Finally, chips made specifically for bitcoin mining were invented. After than the competition switched to who has the fastest chips and the most chips.
So today a profitable mine looks like the one pictured below. It will take tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars to be very competitive now.



Mining may not be your best bet with bitcoin. But there are still many opportunities in the bitcoin economy.
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Yes that is very true, mining bitcoins is no longer profitable due to the competitions. Even mining altcoins are hard these days and the only option left is to mine coins that are new and has no value yet. Though the risk is the coins may have value tomorrow or not. Instead of mining why just purchase coins during their ico or just participate in trading than to purchase mining equipments which will be a burden later on due to low income and high bills.

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September 03, 2016, 03:14:26 AM
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Hello everyone.
My name is Terry Ligom, from Nigeria.
A student of federal university o Agriculture, Benue state Nigeria.
Have been hearing about Bitcoin and am interested in it.
Unfortunately, I don't even own even 1 (One) Bitcoin and I can't affor any.
But am willing to learn how to minn and anysite that I can earn free bit coin from.
I see prospects in Bitcoin.
I need ur support pleaseeee
Email: terryligom@gmail.com
Phone: +2347034595275

You can start in faucet if you don't have enough BTC to invest.
Better keep first what you gain before investing mate for more profit....

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September 07, 2016, 03:38:58 PM
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you could have satoshis without a minner with the faucets. visit my blog http://enlacallehayunbitcoin.blogspot.com/

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September 09, 2016, 10:22:07 AM
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you could have satoshis without a minner with the faucets. visit my blog http://enlacallehayunbitcoin.blogspot.com/



Don't encourage people who are looking to support a network to go chasing after dust payments.  Faucets are not income - they are a novelty for learning. smh.
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