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July 16, 2011, 06:37:55 AM

When getting started Bitcoin mining, you may find that you need a wallet.

You've heard that you can have a wallet on your computer or an on-line wallet.

Having a wallet on your computer seems complicated and time consuming.
But, You've probably heard about Mt Gox's recent attack.

So, Your left with the question, "Where do I get my Safe and Effective Bitcoin Wallet?".

The answer is TradeHill!

Why pick TradeHill?

--TradeHill is very easy to use!

--TradeHill is safe!

Doesn't TradeHill charge a fee just like all of thee other online wallets?

Yes, but if you use Referral Code: TH-R112850, then you can get 10% off all transactions for life.

Why wouldn't you want a safe and effective wallet that gets you 10% off for life?

To sign up, go to: and use referral code: TH-R112850. [/size]


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July 16, 2011, 12:31:10 PM

Are we really allowing people to post their own affiliate links in here?  Cry
I would highly recommend avoiding any online wallet, why add the risk? I mean really, i am sorry tradehill is a good company and i respect them. Yet, i personally would feel better if my money was in my own vault that i know i secured.

i.e. Keep wallet on a separate computer from miners, and everyday use. You should use a browser who doesn't store cookies and such. After all we are indeed dealing with legitimate money, we should take the same precautions that we do with our online banking if not more.
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