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  1. “There is no such thing as free lunch”, is a classic Friedman phrase when you take microeconomic 101. Lol good old times. I am currently investing in Bitcoins and Ethereum by using the platform called coinbase. I think these free bitcoin pay games and cash pay games do not pay you enough money for a full income. It is more of a side income and you just enjoy a little money here and there. For scams, I think as long as we all do researches and see all the red flags, we should all be fine.

    • Thanks for expressing your views on the subject Nuttanee. It is always great to hear from someone who is actually using the system. Personally, these free bitcoins offers remind me of lottery tickets, you buy one and win enough to be able to buy an extra two, so you buy them and win nothing this time, but you become tempted to give it a go again, and there you are investing your own money in the hope that this time you will win the jackpot.

      Of course, I personally know some people who struck it rich on the lottery, and some who are making crazy money with Bitcoins, but it is not happening to everybody.

      I prefer to invest my time and money building a business of my own, like at Wealthy Affiliate, and earn a comfortable residual income for life.

      I wish you the very best Nuttanee and I look forward to seeing you here again soon.

      John

      P.S. Just to let you know that I have posted a new article that might be of interest to you: “What Is The WordPress Gutenberg Editor About“. Let me know what you think.

  2. Hi John,

    Thanks for the tips. I am a newbie to bitcoin. In some ways I’m a bit scared of it simply because it’s something I’ve not been involved in yet, so I haven’t taken the plunge and tried to earn any bitcoin yet. I have seen many platforms where I earn money and gift cards, but not bitcoin. Do you have any platforms that you recommend to earn bitcoin? 

    Also, do I need to create a special account for bitcoin? Like say an equivalent to PayPal, or is there even such a thing?!

    Thanks in advance. I’ll also check out your Top Recommendation. Sounds interesting.

    • I know the feeling Melissa. I have heard so much about Bitcoin that you can lose a lot money if you are not careful, and to add to injury, there are those scammers who are there to get your money to the last cent. For these reasons, I have never really put my nose into it. I far more prefer a good affiliate program like Wealthy Affiliate where you have zero risk and can at least try it for free and learn the business.

      Therefore, I am not in a position to recommend any Bitcoin platforms to you, but I am sure that some of my readers will be able to.

      I guess that you have to open a Bitcoin account just like you would with PayPal or other online payment applications.

      I just want to let you know about my latest article that I have just posted, just in case you have missed it ~~> How To Make Money With Amazon Affiliate Links

      Let me know what you think, okay?

      John

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