The Art of Shilling – Earn 1000 USD And More of Passive Income on Bitcoin / Cryptocurrency Related Trading Sites

Referral money from 2016-09-13 to 10-08

Referral money from 2016-09-13 to 10-08 (http://simplefx.biz/)

Shilling referral links… something which has been around the internet since ages. In earlier days, it was for random browser games, only giving progress in the game as incentive to spread those links. Cryptocurrencies and trading of these has pushed the affiliate business onto a whole new level: not only gives spreading reflinks financial incentive for the link’s owner – on most platforms, you’ll earn on each trade the referred persons make (either by spread or by trading fees), but most modern platforms also give incentive for users to actually use referral links, because you’ll get rewarded with lower spreads or fees than you’d get if you registered without using a referral link.
In this post, I’ll explain some methods to spread your reflinks successfully, so your Bitcoin wallet will hopefully soon gain weight similar to mine. I’ll go into details of what methods worked for me and which didn’t (so you don’t have to find that out for yourself), and I will give you some helpful information about how you can also start earning 4 digit amounts of USD in a month, or maybe even more.

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BTC Piggy Bank – An Idea For Those Who Believe in Bitcoin Long Term

I probably haven’t mentioned it publicly, but in December 2015, I became the most recent member of The Daddy Club™. Got a sweet, little, healthy daughter which changed my life in so many (positive) ways.
Those of you who are already members of said club might know that after birth, 1.) you suddenly become unappealing for anyone who visits you or gets to see you when the baby is with you and 2.) any possible presents and assiduities from friends and relatives go directly to the baby – which is part of the consequence of you becoming unappealing.

So, the baby was there and we got good wishes, congratulations etc from all people around us – and a bit of money here and there, so we can “buy something we need for the baby”. But as we already had most of what we needed, I thought that I could either use that money to buy myself a new notebook (hey, I’m just kidding; I wouldn’t do that!) or invest that money. So I decided to use any money we got from friends and relatives for our baby to directly buy Bitcoins and put it into a wallet, securely stored on a Ledger Nano hardware wallet.

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