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February 24, 2014, 07:42:49 PM
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Learn how to hack BTC wallets....
It is legit if you learn how... Smiley

I'm curious, where did you grow up, that stealing is considered "legit"?

District of Columbia?

Or possibly Nigeria  Cheesy.

Apparently he's from Croatia.

lol, where did you find that info?



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February 24, 2014, 07:55:32 PM
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Learn how to hack BTC wallets....
It is legit if you learn how... Smiley

I'm curious, where did you grow up, that stealing is considered "legit"?

District of Columbia?

Or possibly Nigeria  Cheesy.

Apparently he's from Croatia.

lol, where did you find that info?


Here, among other places: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=25215.msg5034826#msg5034826
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February 24, 2014, 08:01:41 PM
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Learn how to hack BTC wallets....
It is legit if you learn how... Smiley

I'm curious, where did you grow up, that stealing is considered "legit"?

District of Columbia?

Or possibly Nigeria  Cheesy.

Apparently he's from Croatia.

lol, where did you find that info?


Here, among other places: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=25215.msg5034826#msg5034826

oh sorry

well anyways, stealing isn't considered legit here Cheesy

though, he might be from Bosnia&Herzegovina as they also speak Croatian or from Serbia because we have a simmilar language Cheesy

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February 25, 2014, 10:23:04 AM
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Learn how to hack BTC wallets....
It is legit if you learn how... Smiley

I'm curious, where did you grow up, that stealing is considered "legit"?

District of Columbia?

Or possibly Nigeria  Cheesy.
Meh, it's not theft if you get away with it, right?
Robbery is also legitimate, technically you work and get paid if you're good at what you do.
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February 25, 2014, 11:21:04 AM
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Learn how to hack BTC wallets....
It is legit if you learn how... Smiley

I'm curious, where did you grow up, that stealing is considered "legit"?

District of Columbia?

Or possibly Nigeria  Cheesy.
Meh, it's not theft if you get away with it, right?
Robbery is also legitimate, technically you work and get paid if you're good at what you do.
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Theft is still theft, but I suppose you could argue that Robbery is hard work and possibly a job/career, but I think we need to define the use of the word 'legitimate' here because obviously there's differing uses of it. If I was planning a robbery, one of my fellow robbers could ask "is this legit?", and not asking if it's a legitimate legal way to make money, but a legitimate money-making job that is likely to pay off or succeed  Grin.

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February 25, 2014, 12:48:45 PM
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Learn how to hack BTC wallets....
It is legit if you learn how... Smiley

I'm curious, where did you grow up, that stealing is considered "legit"?

District of Columbia?

Or possibly Nigeria  Cheesy.

Apparently he's from Croatia.

lol, where did you find that info?


Here, among other places: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=25215.msg5034826#msg5034826

oh sorry

well anyways, stealing isn't considered legit here Cheesy

though, he might be from Bosnia&Herzegovina as they also speak Croatian or from Serbia because we have a simmilar language Cheesy

Im from Croatia...
Well I learned from Croatian politician that stealing is "legit".... Smiley

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February 25, 2014, 03:21:29 PM
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My parents have just let me know that they wont be paying for my rent next semester at school so I will need to make up the money. I will be getting a job but I was wondering if anyone had any ideas where I could make up the other 150-200 a month I need to pay for rent and food. I would prefer no bullshit survey websites that pay 10 cents for an hour survey, but I guess all ideas are appreciated. It needs to be something I can do in my freetime since I will be balancing school and a job. Thanks in advance!

Damn that sucks balls dude.

Wish I could relate. I provide a roof for my parents. Opposite situation. And I'm just a couple
Years older than you. Smiley
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February 25, 2014, 05:44:29 PM
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My parents have just let me know that they wont be paying for my rent next semester at school so I will need to make up the money. I will be getting a job but I was wondering if anyone had any ideas where I could make up the other 150-200 a month I need to pay for rent and food. I would prefer no bullshit survey websites that pay 10 cents for an hour survey, but I guess all ideas are appreciated. It needs to be something I can do in my freetime since I will be balancing school and a job. Thanks in advance!

Damn that sucks balls dude.

Wish I could relate. I provide a roof for my parents. Opposite situation. And I'm just a couple
Years older than you. Smiley
Why don't you make them earn bitcoins for you?
Get them some ptc sites to click a few btc to ya, sounds like a fair deal to me! Cheesy

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February 25, 2014, 07:32:35 PM
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Rent your singature for BTC
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February 27, 2014, 03:13:51 PM
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February 28, 2014, 02:38:11 PM
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Hehe
When I was a student, I also made money online. There are many legit & socially acceptable ways to do it. Here are some ways that I tried and tested, either by myself or by my close friends.

- Selling stuff on Ebay. This earned me good money throughout my university years. I had lots of 2nd hand stuff, but you don't necessarily need to. Check out http://www.shoplindasstuff.com/. This lady started out selling her 2nd hand designer stuff and then turned it into a business. Now, people send her designer items and she takes 50% of the sales price. This way, you have no initial outlay for the goods you sell, so the risk is low.

Running a good and profitable ebay business takes effort, but you grow into it quickly. Try to choose a product category that you're very familiar with (e.g. designer clothing, baseball card, whatever).

- Selling stuff on Ebay (Part II)....trendy new goods & gadgets. If you're planning to sell new goods, adding Amazon as a sales outlet is a good idea. You can import good that are popular in other countries, but haven't become easily available in your country yet. Before you import/sell them, check if it's legal to import and sell them. How do you find these products. Go on Quora and ask people for the favorite toy/gadget/food/cosmetic item etc. from their home country. You're likely to get a list of thing you've never heard of, but that are very cool.

I have several friend who mass-import good from the US that are not easily available in Europe (often; because the companies selling them in the US don't ship to Europe, or shipping is ridiculously high) and sell them with high mark-ups.

- Translations or proof-reading (depending on how many languages you speak)

- Sites like elance and fiverr have been mentioned before. There, you can advertise all sorts of skills.

- Etsy. I'm becoming more and more fond of that site and have even considered selling some of my crafts there as a hobby. For this year, I've decided to buy all my clothes there, because I'm fed up with all the low-quality mainstream stores. So, if you have things that you can craft, then that might be a good idea.

- KDP Publishing (Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing). Please don't go for the cliche 'get rick quick guide' but if you can write romantic fiction, then you should do well. Just check out the Top 100 in Kindle books Wink

- You could become an online tarot card reader. A friend of mine at university did that. You don't make much money, but I guess that kind of work can be rather entertaining.

- There's all sorts of stuff you can do with affiliate programs, but I personally don't know much about that.

- Take an online job/telecommute. There are some companies that let people - usually in customer service - work from their own home in their own time. I think that in some cases, you get paid according to how many customer service requests you answer. Something like that would let you determine your own working hours. Even reputable companies have such customer service positions. If you're studying, that could also look good on your CV for the future.

If I may add one thing:
If I were in my late teens again and about to go off to university, then I would have acquired some basic accounting qualifications. I don't know where you're based in and how easy it is to get an accounting licenses to be a basic freelance accountant. In my home country, there are about 6-8 stages of qualification, but the first two are quite simple and allow you to work as a licenses accountant for booking simple transactions and organising the accounts.
This kind of work is great freelance work (if you have small businesses as clients for example). It's safe and stable and you earn ok money and you can find you clients online.

Hope to have inspired you a little. Smiley

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March 01, 2014, 12:01:17 AM
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Back on the topic, sorry for the derailment earlier... I too am looking at a lot of different things. One that has already worked for me in a small way is Piggyback mining. See my sig. Full disclosure, if you click my link I get a piece, but it don't affect your output. You can buy rather a lot of hashpower through them if you have the coin for it. I don't, so I'm not making much, but not much beats nothing.

The advice I get from successful 'net marketers runs that way anyway. Lots of little income streams. A penny from a thousand places is 10 bucks... do that every day and it's 300 bucks on average per month. That's chicken feed, but starting from nothing, it's not a bad goal.

Personally, I'm trying to become gainfully unemployed. I'm unemployed right now, due to family issues that require my presence, so I am trying to make my sole income from the web. I mine bitcoin, both via piggyback and an 80GH/s miner. There are a number of other things I'm going to try, and I will try to post up what works and what doesn't in this thread.

I love to write, so I'm most interested in things that involve writing. My coding skills weren't impressive in the 80's, and I ain't even that good now Smiley Though I might try to fix that.

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March 01, 2014, 01:08:42 PM
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I do seo and selling some domains for a living.  Smiley
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March 03, 2014, 12:12:08 AM
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If I may add one thing:
If I were in my late teens again and about to go off to university, then I would have acquired some basic accounting qualifications. I don't know where you're based in and how easy it is to get an accounting licenses to be a basic freelance accountant. In my home country, there are about 6-8 stages of qualification, but the first two are quite simple and allow you to work as a licenses accountant for booking simple transactions and organising the accounts.
This kind of work is great freelance work (if you have small businesses as clients for example). It's safe and stable and you earn ok money and you can find you clients online.

Thanks for your post, gave me some inspiration.
Your tip regarding accounting work seems a good one too. In which country do you live?

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March 03, 2014, 01:27:04 AM
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My parents have just let me know that they wont be paying for my rent next semester at school so I will need to make up the money. I will be getting a job but I was wondering if anyone had any ideas where I could make up the other 150-200 a month I need to pay for rent and food. I would prefer no bullshit survey websites that pay 10 cents for an hour survey, but I guess all ideas are appreciated. It needs to be something I can do in my freetime since I will be balancing school and a job. Thanks in advance!

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March 10, 2014, 08:20:11 PM
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sell items you don't need anymore but that won't do in the long run you can try posting your skills here and serve people what you are best at or make a profile on freelancer.com and start finding work !! Good luck
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March 10, 2014, 10:21:27 PM
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Prime95 will pay you if you find a Mersenne prime number:  http://mersenne.org

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March 11, 2014, 02:55:02 AM
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Prime95 will pay you if you find a Mersenne prime number:  http://mersenne.org
I fail to see this as a viable way to make a monthly income, lol.
However quite cool, thanks for sharing. Smiley

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March 11, 2014, 05:50:53 AM
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Buy some random shit that sells on eBay well wholesale bulk from china for like 100 for $100 and sell for like $5 each to make cash straight from PayPal.
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