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October 31, 2013, 09:17:09 PM

You can do one of a few things...

Take the money you have, and put it into bitcoin using localbitcoins, or any other secured method

Head to and put the BTC you bought into INVESTMENTS (The more you got the more you can make, or have a chance to lose if a 'whale' comes in and wins alot).... The house edge is 1% so likely of you returning more than you invest is high)....

You can go to my Faucet : In my signature, tell all your facebook and twitter friends about bitcoin and get them into it... Having them use my faucet gives you a 15% or 25% (I forget exactly what I put for referral bonus) of what they get from the faucet... so if you do the math... ~200 Satoshi per referral which earns you about 25-30 or so per user... If you have 1K Friends and they all come to Bitcoin, you get 25k-30k Satoshis per 30mins plus what you get.... 50k-60k per hour... Granted thats only saying about $0.12USD per hour... but there is a chance you can get more users... You can also gamble the earnings to even get a potentially higher balance...

Goodluck paying your school loans trying to mine... In the end you are wasting money on a rig that will be worthless soon


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October 31, 2013, 09:38:55 PM

There is a lot of paranoia about companies mining with their own equipment but the real problem has been over promising and under delivering with respect to performance and shipping dates.
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