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March 02, 2014, 03:26:57 PM
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We also list the best crypto giveaways, 5-7 days a week!

http://goo.gl/QZc6zz

 ::)Here's 5...  Goto www.cryptosandwich.com for the rest...

12 Signs that you're a crypto newbie. By small-time, newbie JDS1000

1. The withdrawal fee at your exchange is more than your holdings there.

2. You want to be able to put all your crypto in one basket or exhange to simplify things.

3. You follow Wolong and use his advice.
People you follow on Twitter post things like this...
“is anyone here a lil guy just getting started in altcoins? do i have any followers with a balance below 1btc?” He only gets only 4 responses out of 2300 followers.  Meanwhile your toal crypto holdings have reached 0.1 Bitcoin and you're excited about it! (BTW, Follow @CryptoCobain)

4. It costs more to join a twitter P&D group than you have in all your cryptos combined.


- See more at: http://www.cryptosandwich.com/1/post/2014/03/best-coin-giveaways-32-and-sunday-fun.html#sthash.y0tBXLI2.dpuf

http://goo.gl/gYddhR
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March 02, 2014, 05:33:29 PM
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You forgot to include this one:

You get your bitcoins from faucets and giveaways.

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March 02, 2014, 06:14:46 PM
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You forgot to include this one:

You get your bitcoins from faucets and giveaways.

lol, can't agree more on the faucet part Wink

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