Monday, February 26, 2018

Freebitco.in review & Payment Proof

Freebitco.in Review


One of the oldest bitcoin faucet giving free bitcoin and continuously paying since 2014.  Freebitco.in paid 131,741 free bitcoin so far as on 3rd January 2018.
The best part of this faucet is its fast server , hardly any downtime ( i never saw this faucet down ) , also because they are paying weekly hardly user face there dry condition. Since 2015 when i joined ( i guess ) got paid frequently every week without delay. 
Let me tell you this faucet is good for those who are doing side by side some other work , because this site 1 hour time based.
For Beginners i like to tell them how to join site step by step , so that they too can get benefit from this site.
STEP 1
Register an account to earn free bitcoin from freebitco.in , One email verification will go to your email ( or may be not depends on time to time , sometimes site sent verification sometimes not )
STEP 2
Login to site to earn free bitcoin.



STEP 3
Once you logged in. Set your favorite captcha system which ever suits your requirement from ( Recaptcha Version 1, Recpatcha Verson 2, Solve Media ). Also if you see in image below there is reward system , and whatever number you got randomly will give you reward accordingly.

STEP 4
Once you solve the captcha and clicked ” Roll ” , one random number will come. It was my luck while making review i got 9943 which rewarded me 2976 free Satoshi. Also like to tell you there is Alarm system for timer if you check that one Ring will buzz when timer become 0:00 , it helps in claiming reward on time.

Check your account balance , or stats or site or personal stats , if want to change BTC address or email.

Freebitco.in is giving 2 lottery tickets with every roll. I never won any reward from lottery but there are people around who got lucky and won good and big rewards.
Freebitco.in is having 50% ref commision system too. So if you promote your link to get referrals it will become a free bitcoin for you without doing much work.
CASHOUT LIMIT
Auto withdraw is set on 25000 Satoshi by default and payments will be released on every Sunday. Also they have countdown for Next Payment on Refer Page. They have good stats system which gives more close picture of site. And helps to make strategy to promote it.
Freebitco.in also have Auto Share system through which we can give some free satoshi to our downlines.
MY STATS ON SITE
This is my personal stats on freebitco.in , i earned so far : 0.24348666 BTC



Wednesday, November 22, 2017

HOW TO SET UP A BITCOIN / ALTCOINS WALLET

Before you can buy, receive or earn cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin and Altcoin), you need to have a wallet to receive the coin.
A “wallet” is basically the Bitcoin equivalent of a bank account. It allows you to receive bitcoins, store them, and then send them to others. There are two main types of wallets. A software wallet is one that you install on your own computer or mobile device. You are in complete control over the security of your coins, but they can sometimes be tricky to install and maintain. A web wallet or hosted wallet is one that is hosted by a third party. They are often much easier to use, but you have to trust the provider to maintain high levels of security to protect your coins. There some main wallets that we recommend for beginners.

Coinbase

Coinbase is a web wallet with a simple design and a number of very useful features that make it excellent for beginners. You can send and receive bitcoins via email and buy and sell bitcoins directly from Coinbase. A full-featured Android app enables access to all account functions on the go. Coinbase’s founders have a proven startup track record and have raised money from very prominent venture capitalists. This gives Coinbase a level of legitimacy unparalleled in the Bitcoin space. They are also one of the only large Bitcoin companies to never suffer a major hack. Besides Bitcoin, you will find Ethereum and Litecoin wallet in on registration. If you spend more than $100 in coinbase, you will receive $10 worth of bitcoin. This is a free service where you can receive and send Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC). Click here to sign up.


Blockchain.info

One of the quickest and easiest ways to get a Bitcoin wallet is to simply go to Blockchain.info and fill out their brief requirements. Blockchain.info is another web wallet like Coinbase and provides a simple setup and mobile access to your account via their Android app. They also provide a number of other useful services to the Bitcoin community. This is a free service where you can receive and send Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). Click here to sign up.


My.dogechain.info

This is a web wallet with a simple design for beginners. You can easily receive and send Dogecoin (DOGE) with this wallet. DOGE is a fun and friendly internet currency. Dogecoin sets itself apart from other digital currencies with an amazing, vibrant community made up of friendly folks just like you Click here to sign up.


MyMonero

MyMonero provides secure, hosted Monero accounts in order to provide easy access to funds for those that would prefer not to run a full Monero client themselves, or for those on devices with limited resources. You can access your account on any device, as long as you have access to your private login key. MyMonero never knows your private login key, and is thus unable to spend your funds without your authorisation. All of the private cryptography is done locally on your device Click here to sign up.


Gatehub

Most users are using GateHub for Ripple (XRP) wallet. Besides that, Gatehub also is a Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Augur (REP) wallet. It allows users to store, send and exchange these cryptocurrencies in a built-in exchange. All private keys and passwords are hashed and encrypted using industry standard algorithms, even GateHub cannot access them. The trade page includes all of the required elements as other professional exchanges. There are price chart, order book, order depth and recent activity etc here. You could trade fiat, cryptocurrency, precious metals etc. You could trade any currency or metals pair from any gateway included the unconnected one, from which you cannot deposit or withdraw funds. However, it is easy to connect them. You just need to input the gateway’s name and ripple  address to finish the connecting process. Click here to sign up.


Luno

Luno is a bitcoin exchange platform that promises to make it safe and easy to exchange fiat currencies for bitcoin.To start using Luno, you sign up for a free Luno Bitcoin wallet through your web browser, or through the free iOS/Android app. Then, you transfer money through a local bank transfer or credit card purchase. Finally, you use that money to buy bitcoin. Luno keeps your bitcoins in its wallet, although you can transfer them to whatever storage solution you like.
In short, Luno works just like every other bitcoin exchange in the world today. What makes Luno different? Luno is particularly popular with markets under-served by other bitcoin exchanges. It’s one of the few exchanges where you can trade the South African Rand for Bitcoin, for example.

It also provides instant buy/sell support in Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, and South Africa, with more countries being added in the future. In fact, global customers are only able to access Luno’s wallet at this time. Click here to sign up and you will got chance to get some free bitcoin.

Monday, November 20, 2017

LET’S LEARN BITCOIN

 CRYPTOCURRENCY IS A FORM OF DIGITAL MONEY THAT IS SECURE AND ANONYMOUS.
Cryptocurrencies use decentralised technology to let users make secure payments and store money without the need to use their name or go through a bank. They run on a distributed public ledger called blockchain, which is a record of all transactions updated and held by currency holders.
Bitcoins is the first cryptocurrency. A 2008 whitepaper written by the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto introduced the concept of bitcoin, and the design principle behind bitcoin is: A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash [which] would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution

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. Altcoins are created by diverging from Bitcoin consensus rules (the fundamental rules of the cryptocurrency’s network) or by developing a new cryptocurrency from scratch.
Below are the Top 10 Crpytocurrencies





















Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency. It is a payment system introduced as open-source software in 2009 by developer Satoshi Nakamoto. The payments in the system are recorded in a public ledger using its own unit of account, which is also called bitcoin. Payments work peer-to-peer without a central repository or single administrator, which has led the US Treasury to call bitcoin a decentralized virtual currency. Although its status as a currency is disputed, media reports often refer to bitcoin as a cryptocurrency or digital currency.

Bitcoin as a form of payment for products and services has seen growth,and merchants have an incentive to accept the digital currency because fees are lower than the 2-3% typically imposed by credit card processors. The European Banking Authority has warned that bitcoin lacks consumer protections. Unlike credit cards, any fees are paid by the purchaser not the vendor. Bitcoins can be stolen and chargebacks are impossible. Commercial use of bitcoin is currently small compared to its use by speculators, which has fueled price volatility.

Bitcoin has been a subject of scrutiny amid concerns that it can be used for illegal activities. In October 2013 the US FBI shut down the Silk Road online black market and seized 144,000 bitcoins worth US$28.5 million at the time. The US is considered bitcoin-friendly compared to other governments. In China, buying bitcoins with yuan is subject to restrictions, and bitcoin exchanges are not allowed to hold bank accounts.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Mining XMR, BTC, LTC and DOGE with Visitor CPU

I am giving you method to earn Bitcoin fast and easily.


 Coinhive offer you method to mine Monero (XMR) with the website's visitors. Now, Coinpot also offer the same thing but you can choose to mine Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC) or Dogecoin (DOGE). Click here to sign up Coinpot

Besides that, you can earn with the faucets that accepted Coinpot as microwallet payment. One of the famous faucet Moon Bitcoin is now only accepted withdrawal thru Coinpot.

Below are all the faucets accepted Coinpot as Microwallet transaction. It is easy to claim and claim whenever you like. The longer time, the more rewards.

Moon Bitcoin
Moon Litecoin
Moon Dogecoin
Bit Fun
Bonus Bitcoin

The Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin can be claimed from the faucets, then the coins is convertible to each other in Coinpot. That means you can earn faster by using all the Faucets.

Below is one of the UI used by Coinpot to mine coins with the website / blog visitor's CPU. You can check the hashrate each of them to see which one is profitable.

 
 Visit this link to see how to setup the mining UI in your blog or website.
How to mine Monero with blog
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Donation

If you like this guide and would like to do a donation to me, you can donate to the below:

Bitcoin (BTC): 1CxXyr8XepnMWjBPFAERRg7sZNpmirFcZB

Ripple (XRP): rL12t8WFDHDF8QN4iUzC3jNU2WddYRCGk9

Monero (XMR): 44VxXWC2o713phf5otf35vJQ9UDJQgvf58WgAd7UPNsV5Aj33VyMhxu3gF1nzjnRx17aSENaoB9h8Bwr3u9cfJmdKnJM6bv


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Sunday, November 5, 2017

LET’S LEARN AND EARN FREE COINS


Cryptocurrency is a form of digital money that is secure and anonymous.
Cryptocurrencies use decentralised technology to let users make secure payments and store money without the need to use their name or go through a bank. They run on a distributed public ledger called blockchain, which is a record of all transactions updated and held by currency holders.
Bitcoins is the first cryptocurrency. A 2008 whitepaper written by the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto introduced the concept of bitcoin, and the design principle behind bitcoin is: A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash [which] would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution
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. Altcoins are created by diverging from Bitcoin consensus rules (the fundamental rules of the cryptocurrency’s network) or by developing a new cryptocurrency from scratch.


Below are the Top 10 Crpytocurrencies

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Below are the Top 10 Crpytocurrencies
Donation


If you like this guide and would like to do a donation to me, you can donate to the below:



Bitcoin (BTC): 1CxXyr8XepnMWjBPFAERRg7sZNpmirFcZB

Ripple (XRP): rL12t8WFDHDF8QN4iUzC3jNU2WddYRCGk9
Monero (XMR): 44VxXWC2o713phf5otf35vJQ9UDJQgvf58WgAd7UPNsV5Aj33VyMhxu3gF1nzjnRx17aSENaoB9h8Bwr3u9cfJmdKnJM6bv


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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Monetize Your Blog with Amazon CPM ads


Amazon is well known among bloggers for their affiliate program where you can advertise their banners or links in your website. In return for advertising, Amazon pays you commission for each sale made through your referral link or banner within 24 hours. You will earn a sum even if the person who clicked your link bought something that wasn’t advertised on your blog. For e.g., if the link they clicked was for a vacuum cleaner but they bought a laptop, you still get paid. Apart from their affiliate system, you can earn through Amazon CPM Ads as well.

What are Amazon CPM Ads?

First of all, CPM literally translates to “cost per mille” or in English, cost per thousand impressions. For instance, if the CPM rate is $1, you will earn $1 for a thousand impressions on your advertisement. If you get 100,000 impressions, you will earn $100. It’s as simple as that.
That’s how Amazon CPM advertisements work. They display their ads and you earn from each impression that you get. For now, they don’t have CPC (cost per click) ads like Google Adsense. Nonetheless, having CPM ads is a great opportunity to earn especially if you get rejected by other advertising networks.

How do you apply for Amazon CPM Ads?

Firstly, you need to have an account with Amazon Affiliates that is still active.
Next, look at your Amazon Affiliates dashboard.

If you noticed on the image above, there is a column for Amazon CPM Ads. This may or may not be inside your dashboard. When I first joined Amazon Affiliates, I couldn’t find for such CPM ads. If it’s already embedded inside your dashboard, it means you already qualified upon registration for Amazon Affiliates. However, if it’s not, you need to check with their support staff to see if you qualify.
I had to contact their support staff and requested for it to be added. After a few days, they have added it for me and I started using their ads not long ago. Lucky me.

Once you click on it, you will see “Introduction”, “Home” and “Create New Ad Code”. Click on the “Create New Ad Code”.

After clicking, you will get to this page.
What should you do next?
  • Choose a name for your advertisement which is mainly for your own reference (so that you know which of your ads are performing well).
  • There are five different ad sizes, pick one which is suitable for your blog. No worries, you can create more ads later.
  • Choose your target CPM. Personally, I chose $1 as my target CPM.
So how does it actually work?
CPM rates depend on my factors, including where your audience is from and what your blog niche is. This means that some visitors are only “worth” lesser than $1 CPM and others may be worth $1 or more.
For example, assuming that your target CPM is $1, if your visitor is worth less than $1 CPM, Amazon won’t display their ads. They will only display ads if your audience is worth $1 or more.
Does this mean that my ad space will be empty?
Luckily, Amazon allows you to put a passback ad code, which brings us to the last part.
  • Provide your passback ad code. This means that they allow (or rather, force) you to put codes from other advertising agencies, such as Adsense, Media.net or anything else. If their CPM rate is not met, they will pass the ad space back to your other advertising network.

For example, if you put an Adsense code as your passback code, it will display Adsense ads if your targeted CPM rate is not met. You can even put their own Amazon Affiliates banner as the passback code. That’s what I did for this blog initially (until I changed to my hosting affiliate banner).
Once you’ve created your ads, you can insert it into your blog. I will use WordPress as an example.

How to insert Amazon CPM Ads into a WordPress blog

Inserting CPM ads into your WordPress blog is quite simple. If you have a sidebar, you can just go to your widgets, and add a “Text” widget.

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As you can see in the image above, just copy and paste exactly the Amazon ad code into the text widget and it works. The method of adding Amazon ads is the same as inserting ads from other networks.
If you want to insert the ad code into a header or a footer, and if you’re using a self-hosted WordPress, go to “Appearance“.
Next, click on “Editor” and you will be directed to this screen, which is the html part of your blog.

On the right hand side, you will notice “header.php” which is for your header and “footer.php” which is for your footer.
If you want to add the code into your header, click “header.php”. You will see all kinds of coding. Find the opening <body> tag which might look like this: “<body <?php body_class(); ?>>“. Insert the ad code after this tag, on the next line.
You can use the same method for footer ads, by going to “footer.php” and doing the same thing.
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If you’re not familiar with html, don’t risk it. You can just install and activate the Ad Inserter plugin, and you can choose where you want the ads to be inserted to. It can be at the header or footer or even in between paragraphs and so on.
Now that we’ve finally gotten this out of our way, let’s go back to the main question which is the topic of this post.

How much can I actually earn from Amazon’s CPM Ads a month?

As I’ve mentioned in the beginning of this post, you can set a targeted CPM rate and you can basically guess how much you’ll earn for a thousand or a hundred thousand impressions.
Having said that, you have to take into account “ad fill rates” as well. This means that even if 1000 visitors came to your blog this month, not all 1000 will view the ads, as it’s impossible to display ads to all visitors. This happens because of network errors, timeouts or even if a visitor leaves the page early. Furthermore, not all of your visitors will reach your CPM rate. It could be your blog niche which commands a low CPM as well.

If you can see in the image above, I’ve earned $0.26 for 237 ad impressionswith the CPM rate of $1.11. That is the average CPM rate that I’m getting from my visitors, although I’ve set my targeted CPM rate as $1 only.
Just to clarify, it doesn’t mean that if you set your rate as $1, you will only earn $1 for 1,000 views. It just means that it displays ads to visitors with a CPM rate of $1 and above.
What about the fill rate?

If you can see on the image above, my fill rate is really low, i.e. around 3 – 9% only. If I’m not mistaken, fill rate is calculated by dividing impressions with ad requests. Ad requests are the number of times Amazon ads are requested from their server to display on your blog. Although they were displayed, they were not viewed by visitors most of the time, which results in low ad impressions.
The best way to improve ad impressions is to perhaps put ads in obvious places. “You don’t say“. Most of my ads are hidden in footers or in sidebars which are rarely viewed. Not everyone reads all the way to the end, which means a majority won’t see my footer ads. Furthermore, mobile visitors won’t see my sidebar if they read my articles, unless they purposely click the sidebar button.
Nevertheless, I’m not depending much on my Amazon CPM ads, as I’m focusing more towards affiliate sales currently. Putting too much ads at the beginning might adversely affect user experience.
Furthermore, Amazon only allows three CPM ads to be displayed at a page one time. Your account might get suspended if you use more than three different ads on a page.
Back to the topic. Are Amazon CPM ads really effective for new bloggers? Unfortunately, it may not be very effective as you won’t earn much in the beginning for the simple reason that new blogs generally don’t get much traffic (unless you’re an exceptional case). Even if you get 1,000 ad impressions, you’ll probably only earn $1 or slightly more.
This doesn’t mean that Amazon CPM ads are terrible. They are actually better than other CPM ads that I’ve tried and if you get lots of traffic each month, it becomes a source of passive income. Who doesn’t like passive income? Furthermore, they work well with Google Adsense or other advertising networks as well since it allows passback whenever CPM rates are not met.

Conclusion

Amazon CPM ads are quite useful as a source of passive income especially if you’ve failed to get approval with Adsense or other networks. As a new blogger, you won’t earn much but it’s better than saying that your blog is earning zero.
Putting ads on your blog is not the best way to monetize a blog with minimum traffic. If your blog is not getting many visitors, you can probably earn more by way of affiliate marketing. You can use their CPM ads and insert their affiliate code as passback to maximize your potential income.

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