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September 09, 2018, 11:01:43 PM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?
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September 09, 2018, 11:18:02 PM
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I think is not good for make bitcoin as main job, But if you want, you can. But the key is you must diligent and have good knowledge for search good ICO project and not all of ICO have high profit, sometimes the coin will be go down too.
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September 09, 2018, 11:29:52 PM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?

Bitcoin isn't a job. Work that pays in BTC is like work that pays in any other currency. You need to have the appropriate skills and knowledge, and you need to find employers willing to hire you. You can check out the Services forum to see if there's anything you might be hired for. You mention posting on this forum -- there are signature campaigns, but I don't think any of them pay Newbies since you can't put links in your signature. Here's a thread with information about the requirements to rank up. If I were you, I wouldn't quit my day job just yet. Wink

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September 09, 2018, 11:41:27 PM
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There also many bounties in the altcoin session.

They pay with tokens, which nobody knows who much they are worth, for small tasks, like retweeting, writing articles, signature campaign, etc.

I think most of them are not worth your time and you should invest in your education in the cryptocurrencies.
Take a look at books about bitcoin, such as Andreas Antonopoulos, or articles around the web. Learn what you can, it will pay off.


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September 09, 2018, 11:45:18 PM
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What are you talking about? The man who told you are playing on facebook and twitter then win then a prize? Never heard that when you post here in the forum then play a game on facebook and twitter you can win a prize that you can exchange for money. Maybe you are talking about bounty hunter?

You can earn bitcoin from bounty hunting, but it is not enough to live if you have a family.

Anyway, you can check this 2 thread from here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1629118.0 and this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=238.0

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September 10, 2018, 12:17:22 AM
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sorry sir if this post bothers you, i just want to exchange ideas from what i see ...

yeah i mean is bounty hunter.

Okay I won't use this as a livelihood for my family
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September 10, 2018, 01:17:52 AM
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I would suggest doing more than just bounty, although that is a good way to start getting some rewards which you can then potentially re-invest. If you want to make money off of cryptocurrency you could try to start a business, there are many new and fresh ways to sell services or start something new since BTC and crypto have come.
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September 10, 2018, 02:27:40 AM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?
If for second job, i agree, because the work, is relaxed and not bound (you can do whenever you have time), besides of it you can also study cryptocurrency and the technology in here.

i think your friend is a bounty hunter, they do signature campaign and social media campagin in here. there is a lot campaign in here, but most of them have requirement must be at least jr.member.

but if for main job, i dont recomended it, because i think the reward in here is not enough for your living especially if you have a family, except you already be a hero or legendary member, they may be paid more.
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September 10, 2018, 02:53:25 AM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?
you can directly and indirectly.
directly is daytrading bitcoin (hard)
indirectly is selling your skills for bitcoin
it all comes to earning bitcoin this or that way

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September 10, 2018, 04:59:10 AM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?
no, you shouldn't make bitcoin as your main job. then your finances will depend on bitcoin, you should do more job than just bounty hunter. For example, you could try to start a business and make Bitcoin as your second job
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September 10, 2018, 05:46:33 AM
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Bitcoin can still be considered as the main job for those who are really passionate and knowledgeable about bitcoin.
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September 10, 2018, 09:57:21 AM
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Yes, I agree with you, sometimes I think bitcoin more than the main job because it has the potential and brings a lot of profit.
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September 10, 2018, 10:39:15 AM
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You have to understand what bitcoin really is. It's not a type of job but its a the "crypto"currency that you will receive once you did a job well done.

Bitcoin can still be considered as the main job for those who are really passionate and knowledgeable about bitcoin.
Trading can be a main job but again as I've said, you have to understand what bitcoin is and that's not a job. It's a medium of payment which can eventually turn into an investment.

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September 10, 2018, 02:18:24 PM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?

One major thing you need to consider before going through this route you have put out for yourself is that, Times have Changed. Times that have changed, have made things not to be the way it was. Four years ago, mere faucets claiming to earn satoshis would have been something worthwhile. The same thing with airdrop when it was popular sometimes last year not forgetting the time when forked coins were the order of the day in getting 'free' money in crypto but all of those have changed now. It means that what the person you looking at a mentor did might no longer be worthwhile again.

However, there are still other means you can explore so that you can also be a model for some to look up to in the crypto world. One of them is to sharpen your skills in the art of trading, then you can focus on your skills. If you are IT related by profession, its time to venture into blockchain as an untapped arena, are you a lawyer by training, its time to start focusing on how you want to draft agreements for the sake of blockchain developers. Can you speak more than one language, then you need to consider translation among other areas that are currently untapped to the fullest.
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September 10, 2018, 03:08:18 PM
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You have to understand what bitcoin really is. It's not a type of job but its a the "crypto"currency that you will receive once you did a job well done.

Bitcoin can still be considered as the main job for those who are really passionate and knowledgeable about bitcoin.
Trading can be a main job but again as I've said, you have to understand what bitcoin is and that's not a job. It's a medium of payment which can eventually turn into an investment.

yes sir, I received his advice and did not make bitcoin hunter bounty as the main income.
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September 10, 2018, 03:32:03 PM
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I'm still a beginner in the world of bitcoin. I see someone making a lot of money from work like this, he commented on many things in this forum and played Facebook or Twitter to get a bitcoin prize to be exchanged for money. can I make this bitcoin my main job? do all friends have other suggestions?

One major thing you need to consider before going through this route you have put out for yourself is that, Times have Changed. Times that have changed, have made things not to be the way it was. Four years ago, mere faucets claiming to earn satoshis would have been something worthwhile. The same thing with airdrop when it was popular sometimes last year not forgetting the time when forked coins were the order of the day in getting 'free' money in crypto but all of those have changed now. It means that what the person you looking at a mentor did might no longer be worthwhile again.

However, there are still other means you can explore so that you can also be a model for some to look up to in the crypto world. One of them is to sharpen your skills in the art of trading, then you can focus on your skills. If you are IT related by profession, its time to venture into blockchain as an untapped arena, are you a lawyer by training, its time to start focusing on how you want to draft agreements for the sake of blockchain developers. Can you speak more than one language, then you need to consider translation among other areas that are currently untapped to the fullest.

I also think like that, now the bitcoin rasanta is not as good as it used to be, bitcoin which keeps on decreasing makes me feel uncertain about the decision I took to explore bitcoin but if I want to get money to mine my daily needs then this road still goes through but not a top priority for me
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September 10, 2018, 03:42:50 PM
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I guess you mean bounty campaigns right?
If so then you can see the list here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=238.0
I should say that it's highly desirable to have accounts with a large number of subscribers/friends to participate. Otherwise it makes sense

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September 10, 2018, 04:05:56 PM
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in a coinbase transaction, the miner will determine their own address in a coinbase transaction. This address will make changes until it reaches the root of the merkle tree. So it can be ascertained that no two miners are working on the same puzzle. Except if they share a public key. Sharing or sharing this public key, in mining can be done if the two miners are part of the same mining pool. So that the two will be able to communicate with each other, whether they belong to different nonce in the coinbase transaction. The goal is also to avoid duplication of work.
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September 10, 2018, 04:58:37 PM
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Yes, there are the people who are working full time in the crypto sector but most of them have the backup plans in case the main plan fails. You can take any decision but always keep your backup plan ready so that you won't have to struggle if anything goes wrong. Understand that Bitcoin and crypto industry is much more than bounty rewards & airdrops, don't hesitate to explore and exploit those possibilities.

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September 11, 2018, 01:32:27 AM
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I think it is easier for you to find a job with decent salary in real life than relying on bitcoin to make a decent income, especially you are only a beginner in the crypto world.

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