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Get Paid Crypto to do Online Tasks (Watch Videos, Click on Ads, Do Surveys, etc.)

I found a cool site that seems to be legitimate, people are posting payment proofs online. I used to do GPT (Get-paid-to) sites back in middle school, but for fiat. Looks like now there is one that pays you in any cryptocurrency you choose. Check it out for yourself here! Screenshot below:

Where to Buy RaiBlocks (XRB)? What Exchange is best?

RaiBlocks is one of the fastest transferring cryptocoins out there, and therefore, has many use cases, and has potential to skyrocket in value once it hits the big exchanges. It has already skyrocketed to over $2 USD without being on any major exchange. If you want to get in on the action before it does, I recommend BitGrail .

How to Set up your Ledger Nano S Hardware Wallet

Setting Up Ledger for the First Time So you’ve got your Ledger Nano S device — congratulations! First, connect it to your computer with the mini USB cable. You will be welcomed by Ledger and asked to press both buttons (Ledger only has 2 buttons).       press both buttons at the same time to get started Press both buttons again to start configuration, you will be shown this screen:     press right button to setup new device (if you previously broke or lost Ledger you’d chose left button to input your recovery passphrase to regain access to your wallets) After you press on ‘configure as new device’ a new message will show prompting you to ‘Choose a PIN code’.     Press both buttons at the same time to open PIN selection screen At the PIN selection menu you are choosing numbers for your desired PIN. Press the right button to increase the current number and the left button to decrease it. To confirm a number at each stage press both buttons to move to

How to Send/Receive ERC20 (Ethereum-Based Tokens) to Ledger Nano S Hardware Wallet and/or MyEtherWallet

For full list of tokens (ERC20) you can do this with, check out this previous post . How to Send/Receive ERC20 (Ethereum-Based Tokens) like REQ, Decentraland (MANA), Golem (GNT), and others to Ledger Nano S Hardware Wallet and/or MyEtherWallet: 1. Go to 2. Click "View Wallet Info" 3. Select "Ledger Wallet". NOTE: If you are not using a hardware wallet, and just a MyEtherWallet digital wallet, then open your wallet as you normally would and use that address. Then skip to STEP 8! 4. Connect your Ledger to your computer if it isn't already connected and unlock (put in pin on ledger and open Ethereum app). 5. Click "Connect to Ledger" 6. Select an address to receive the tokens and use it as the address to send tokens to as you normally would with crypto transfers. At this stage, you have sent tokens from your exchance or other wallet to a ledger address. 7. Click "Unlock your wallet" 8. On the right sidebar you

List of ERC20 (Ethereum-Based) Tokens with their Projects & Uses

If you own any of the tokens below, you can use an ethereum wallet to store them safely. A guide on how to transfer them can be found here in this post. Any questions? Comment below. EOS (EOS) Infrastructure for Decentralized Applications TRON (TRX) TRON is committed to building a worldwide free content entertainment system using blockchain and distributed storage technologies Populous (PPT) The first and only invoice & trade finance platform on the Ethereum blockchain OmiseGO (OMG) OmiseGO (OMG) is a public Ethereum-based financial technology for use in mainstream digital wallets Veritaseum (VERI) Veritaseum is a peer-to-peer software suite. It is not a security, and it is not an exchange. What it is is something, new... disruptive... and transformative Status (SNT) Status is an open source messaging platform and mobile browser to interact with decentralized applications that run on the Ethereum Network. SALT (SALT) The SALT platform is meant to facilitate ge

QuadrigaCX - Canadian Exchange for Bitcoin, Ethereum & Litecoin (Lowest Prices)

This is a Canadian-based Exchange, that is also a great place to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, and the advantage it has over coinbase is that you can also sell these coins here as well! (Since Coinbase does not yet support selling for Canadians). I've found that the prices are lower on QuadrigaCX , and although they don't have debit/credit card option, there are easy ways to fund the account like interac-e-transfer (email money transfer). For some, verification may be a pain in the butt, but this is the safest exchange to purchase or sell your crypto for Canadians!! Get it over with NOW so that you won't miss out on a good DEAL! While you wait for verification, you can use Coinbase , but once I completed the verification process (took a couple days to process), I use Quadriga much more than Coinbase !

Bitcoin too Expensive? How to Buy Other Cryptocurrencies (Altcoins)!

An altcoin is any digital cryptocurrency similar to Bitcoin. The term is said to stand for “alternative to Bitcoin” and is used describe any cryptocurrency that is not a Bitcoin. The most popular altcoins use the same fundamental building blocks as Bitcoin. Coinbase and QuadrigaCX mainly deal with the three: Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin, but there are thousands of other coins out there just waiting to pop and go up in price! You can check for the top 100 coins in terms of market cap (coin company worth/value), just to be safe. But if Coinbase and QuadrigaCX does not sell these coins, where can I find them? Link to Post:

Binance - The Best Exchange for Buying Altcoins! (Other Cryptocurrency that isn't Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Litecoin)

Do you want to invest in the next Bitcoin? There are thousands of altcoins in the market, many cool and innovative projects, with great vision and teams in the world of cryptocurrencies. Check out for the top ones at the moment, and start investing using Binance , my favourite exchange for altcoins! Low fees, and such an easy to use, user-friendly platform. Here is a list of altcoins you can buy/sell on Binance :

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