I got on the cryptocurrency train back in 2013 when I converted an old gaming PC into a mining rig.
I mined various coins and sold them off almost as fast as I generated them.
Buying Bitcoin directly back then was quite difficult. I eventually found someone locally who would sell me Bitcoin if I paid with a credit card. However, he charged a 5% “administration” fee.
That seemed expensive at the time. But then, Bitcoin was selling in the $100-$400 range.
At the end of 2013, it shot up to $1,200 in value. A 3X to 12X gain on my investment (depending on when I bought Bitcoin).
You only know when …
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The final pre-launch webinars for the Bitty Cash program are happening today (Oct. 26th) at 2PM and 8PM EDT.
I talked about the opportunity in my previous post so have a read over that if you want to know more about it from a member’s perspective.
The program is designed to provide training about Bitcoin, make it easy for people to buy it and provide a compensation plan for members who refer others to the program.
It’s free to join, so there are so up-front costs.
That said, there is an option to upgrade your membership from Free to Tycoon level (something I’ve already done myself). That upgrade currently costs …
At 1AM, very early on Friday morning (Oct. 13 my local time) I attended a pre-launch webinar for Bitty Cash, a program designed to bring Bitcoin to the masses.
I’ve been involved with Bitcoin since 2014, so I’m familiar with how to buy, sell and trade it. But for most people, Bitcoin is something they only hear about on the news when another high price is reached or it crashes in value.
Bitcoin is a decentralised virtual currency. While you may see pictures of Bitcoin coins or might have seen one first-hand, these physical coins do not have any value. They are simply physical representations of a virtual currency.
All currencies in …
There’s a new video creation tool on the block called Instant Video Wizard which has just gone on sale today.
You may have seen a previous post I wrote about my favorite video creation tool – Content Samurai.
I got an opportunity to get an early look at Instant Video Wizard, so here’s how these two tools stack up against each other…
How Videos Are Made
Both apps are cloud based and the tools can be accessed anywhere you have an internet connection. So there’s no difference there.
The only difference is in the rendering times due to the power of the servers each service uses. I haven’t used both …