Bitcoin

Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
March 11, 2016 7:53am CST
Tell me about bitcoins. How is it working?
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@JolietJake (43315)
11 Mar 16
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Bitcoin Logo of the bitcoin reference client Administration Decentralized[note 1] Date of introduction 3 January 2009; 7 years ago (2009-01-03) User(s) Worldwide Supply growth 25 bitcoins pe
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Mar 16
I really dont understand it. Tell me more :)
• Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
11 Mar 16
@slayer08 good to know
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Mar 16
@slayer08 Thank you. It's good to know about it. I try one :)
@AkoPinay (10952)
• Philippines
12 Mar 16
I am a happy Bitcoin user and Bitcoin blogger. Bitcoin is a VIRTUAL money but officially defined as a commodity (like gas or gold, etc) in the USA and Japan. I first learned to use Bitcoin from bitLanders. bitLanders pay its users in Bitcoin before but now thru PayPal and Payza. In order to receive Bitcoins we have to create a Bitcoin Wallet online. Each country has each own websites to support its local users. In the Philippines, we use . Other countries cannot access it. We can earn Free Bitcoin online or buy thru our local Bitcoin exchange platforms like coins.ph . We can also create Bitcoin Wallet at www.blockchain.info or www.coinbase.com but we still need a local Bitcoin Wallet with coins.ph to withdraw/convert it to PESO.
Coins.ph is the best way to send money, pay bills, and load your phone in the Philippines
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
12 Mar 16
@AkoPinay Sounds great! Are there websites that give you free bitcoins? Tell me.
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
12 Mar 16
@AkoPinay How can we earn from those sites? Is there other way to earn bitcoins? How about gaming?
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
12 Mar 16
@AkoPinay After earning at those gaming sites? How can I be paid for it? It's just like paypal?
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@deeraj005 (140)
• Mumbai, India
11 Mar 16
Lets tell it my way. Bitcoin is a rad currency with you can obtain online from faucets. Faucets are like semi working water taps, that gives bitcoins every now and then. Bitcoin is made up of smaller buddies called santoshis. 1 santoshi equals 0.00000001 Bitcoin, so u need abt 100000000 santoshi to have one bitcoin. 1 bitcoin is about 400 USD, so its expensive stuff! :D
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Mar 16
Pretty Good. So, How to work with it? Tell me a lot more. I'm interested.
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Mar 16
@connierebel Tell me more about it. I'm interested :)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Mar 16
@connierebel Thank you connie. I'm looking forward to it. Please teach me how to do it. I want to earn money. :)
@Lucky15 (33759)
• Philippines
14 Mar 16
I am into faucets but converting them every withdraw
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• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
14 Mar 16
@Lucky15 Wow! Amazing..
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