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September 06, 2017, 04:33:13 AM
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the miners are the one supplying us bitcoin.  But because of rate of difficulty some may stop due to less mined bitcoin versus their monthly electricity, time, etc.


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September 06, 2017, 04:52:05 AM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!
Bitcoin/Altcoin faucets is  not advisable as of the moment, though it gives you free but just a wasting of time. The only thing I know that can supply us bitcoin is when you join in the signature campaign where it can be find on services https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=52.0
and on marketplace altcoins https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=238.0
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September 06, 2017, 05:14:43 AM
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The basic thing about faucet is they giving you some cents to let you make their website get good traffic but there is no problem if BTC is low price , now the price of BTC is x 20 times in the past. So too much to pay for a good traffic then that's why they shut faucets down.
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September 06, 2017, 05:23:02 AM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!
yes your correct bitcoin up and down because bitcoin is part of currency the escrow control the bitcoin price value, if i'm not wrong the bitcoins came from the miners to supply the demands of bitcoin, and the mining is good investment to make profits.

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September 06, 2017, 06:19:43 AM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!

If you are asking about to whom we still gonna get bitcoin in exchange of work then from the people who already has bitcoin, if they have it then they can give it because you can't give a thing that you don't have.

Miners do mine and get bitcoins from transaction fees but the main factor of this transactions is the traders who trade in crypto market and the people who uses bitcoin to buy goods and different kind of services and by this bitcoin is circulating and earn.
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September 06, 2017, 08:07:35 AM
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The basic thing about faucet is they giving you some cents to let you make their website get good traffic but there is no problem if BTC is low price , now the price of BTC is x 20 times in the past. So too much to pay for a good traffic then that's why they shut faucets down.
Faucets are useless even from the start of the year of 2016. They don't give good amount of bitcoin from using of their site and they just give some rewards to have a good amount of visitor in their site but the reality is, they are just using those visitors to generate more than x5 of their reward for their faucet.
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September 06, 2017, 09:37:09 AM
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The basic thing about faucet is they giving you some cents to let you make their website get good traffic but there is no problem if BTC is low price , now the price of BTC is x 20 times in the past. So too much to pay for a good traffic then that's why they shut faucets down.
Faucets are useless even from the start of the year of 2016. They don't give good amount of bitcoin from using of their site and they just give some rewards to have a good amount of visitor in their site but the reality is, they are just using those visitors to generate more than x5 of their reward for their faucet.
I agree. There's one faucet I've been getting my btc since last year but it wasn't really much so I give up.  Grin Seems a waste of time.
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November 08, 2017, 02:09:52 PM
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For me I don't know who are the supplies us bitcoin maybe not time to who's the supplies the bitcoin maybe someday i know that.
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November 08, 2017, 04:33:31 PM
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Go to trade, if you want income from bitcoin. faucet is not able give us income from bitcoin because the resulting value is way to small. but you should be prepared for the risks if you trading in bitcoin.
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November 08, 2017, 04:42:37 PM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!
Bitcoin is produced through mining. I think you should learn first about bitcoin before you plunge into this world. Bitcoin total supply is 21 million. Now earning via faucet is very low payment. If you have enough cash you can buy bitcoin via exchanger. If not, just be active in bitcointalk you will learn a lot from this forum.

That's right. Mining is the main way that "produces" bitcoin; however, as I have read there is just a maximum, around 21 million coins that can be mined and can be in the market at one time. Because, the more coins being mined, the more difficult it is to mine more coins. Another way is through the introduction of altcoins in the market. It saturates the market with more trade-able coins that adds more action in the market.

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November 08, 2017, 05:00:31 PM
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The basic thing about faucet is they giving you some cents to let you make their website get good traffic but there is no problem if BTC is low price , now the price of BTC is x 20 times in the past. So too much to pay for a good traffic then that's why they shut faucets down.
Faucets are useless even from the start of the year of 2016. They don't give good amount of bitcoin from using of their site and they just give some rewards to have a good amount of visitor in their site but the reality is, they are just using those visitors to generate more than x5 of their reward for their faucet.
Well said, honestly speaking faucets were of no use from the beginning. I at first used to collect faucets but soon I realized that I am wasting my time on it. Faucets are good until you don't anything else. Once an individual become or be in a position to offer his/ her services against bitcoin earning then I guess they will never think of to going towards faucets. Also this is a reality that faucets sites earn a lot while they give a very tiny amount to the participants. I don't want to be judgemental but this is the truth about the faucets sites.
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November 15, 2017, 08:40:29 AM
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Go to trade, if you want income from bitcoin. faucet is not able give us income from bitcoin because the resulting value is way to small. but you should be prepared for the risks if you trading in bitcoin.
Who supplies us Bitcoin? The way your question was asked, I will probably say that the people provides the bitcoin are miners.

But if you meant the method you can use to earn Bitcoin, I will probably be suggesting that you go get a real life job like others in this forum has also suggested. With the monthly payment you are getting, you can use it to buy Bitcoin as much as you can or you need.
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November 15, 2017, 08:56:54 AM
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I think miners are one of the reasons why BITCOIN exists. When you are a miner, that means your supercomputer is participating in the blockchain and do the transactions of every person transacting with bitcoin. Smiley

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November 15, 2017, 09:09:34 AM
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For me I don't know who are the supplies us bitcoin maybe not time to who's the supplies the bitcoin maybe someday i know that.
I think no one knows about it because bitcoin is an autonomous currency and no one owns it in the present time. I think it is a simple currency like dollars and other paper currencies, its amount is fixed and it revolves around the people continuously just as simple paper currency. In my opinion there is no such active supplier of bitcoins in the present time. I may be wrong or right about it but it was just my point of view about it.
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November 15, 2017, 09:27:38 AM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!
Its an autonomous currency which is not controlled by anyone but it is because of miners that we are able to get bitcoin. The total supply of bitcoin is 21 million and it is huge supply which cannot be finished early.Meanwhile you should not waste your time on faucets and there are organizations who have their experienced and professional miners like bitmain organization so its because of miners that supply of bitcoin is provided in market
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November 15, 2017, 09:40:27 AM
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For me I don't know who are the supplies us bitcoin maybe not time to who's the supplies the bitcoin maybe someday i know that.
I think no one knows about it because bitcoin is an autonomous currency and no one owns it in the present time. I think it is a simple currency like dollars and other paper currencies, its amount is fixed and it revolves around the people continuously just as simple paper currency. In my opinion there is no such active supplier of bitcoins in the present time. I may be wrong or right about it but it was just my point of view about it.
Yes there is no people who owns bitcoin as an asset and become a supplier of bitcoin to the people because bitcoin is decentralized and everyone can be able to use it depending on their financial needs and bitcoin can't be manipulated by a simple people but it can manipulated by a group of people according to it's price.

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November 15, 2017, 11:05:57 AM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!

The easiest way to earn bitcoin is to simply earn money Wink

You  are absolutely right. As the price has gone up, the availability of free coins, or click work coins, has gone down.  Get a RL job and buy bitcoin, most crypto income streams will simply not earn you as much per hour as you could working around town. There is the perennial signature campaign, but it might be a while before your account is mature enough to earn a decent income stream Sad

If you were digging the old 'no work free money' concept of bitcoin, try some of the altcoins, specifically the newer ones. There are plenty of faucets still available for coins other than bitcoin, if you can  guess which one will be worth something in the future Wink

Agree with you.
Participating in a bounty is the easiest and risk-free way of getting tokens which you will exchange in btc. Monitor trends and do trading on exchanges.

Also, you can mine
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November 15, 2017, 12:18:06 PM
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Bitcoin, in my opinons has had it up and downs, but who supplies us bitcoin? Faucets can only supply so much before it gets closed down. So that's not a big supplier. Working for bitcoin has declined. I used to make videos and earn bitcoins. But that site has closed down like every other sites or faucets. So who supplies us bitcoins nowadays? Tell us please!


Op, your curiosity can be attended to in two ways, the first leading to the second.

The first way is that minners supply bitcoin to the general public or makes it available then the second way is that which is individual based. It is either supplied to the individual through faucets, signature campaigns or conversion of fiat into bitcoin.

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November 15, 2017, 01:02:27 PM
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For me I don't know who are the supplies us bitcoin maybe not time to who's the supplies the bitcoin maybe someday i know that.
Miner sell their coins when a coin is completely miners they can sell their coin on the other hand one can easily order bitcoin from the exchange and they will provide you after getting the price and this is very simply if you are buying through the exchange but if through mining this will be very time taking process and this will allow you to owe your own coin bus this require continues electricity and internet.

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November 15, 2017, 01:29:28 PM
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Based in my information gathered from my connections and interviews, Miners are the one who supplies our bitcoin! They are the one who mined bitcoins and sell in the trading.

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