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For any of you that dip your toes in the water, just be careful.
That site that Localconfusi0n posted does not give anyone $25 dollars worth of BTC, they give a site "credit"...so what does that tell us?
That tells us that we don't own the "Private Keys" and that is not a good option for crypto traders.
All in all, just use better judgement if you are going to trade cryptos.

If you are going to jump into the pool with the sharks, just dollar cost average buy on the dips and HODL (hold on for dear life)

Good Luck and Ride Safe! :)

Merry Christmas everyone
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Definitely better to use a known exchange, just letting people know and trying to rack up those credits, which turn into actual withdrawalable BTC or whatever u convert to on the exchange, after 90 days
 
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@Localconfusi0n
Don't rely on those places that tell you to recruit others, those days are over.
Rely on yourself.
Here are a few places that will pay you according to your skillset:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Jobs4Bitcoins/
https://www.indeed.com/q-Bitcoin-jobs.html
https://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinJobs/
There are many others.

Honestly, you would be better off just using the dollar cost average technique and buy the dips and everytime you get a few extra dollars,
( fewextradollars=$190+) invest, to be able to keep some skin in the game.


Trade Smart! ;)
 

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