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sofar 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's okay. I can respect your apprehension and security-focued mindset. You probably just haven't seen these types of ad networks.

I have withdrawn sats from this site already.

There is also a faucet you can claim 1 or 2 sats from each hour, without watching ads.

This is really "free bitcoin", other than the time it takes to watch the ads. You aren't going to get rich off of it, but there will only ever be a finite amount of 2.1 quadrillion sats. Much less when considering lost coins.

Sign up with a throwaway email and a password you don't use for any other sites if you're concerned.

The link to the proof of payment is at the bottom of the website.

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sofar 1 point ago +1 / -0

As Mr T. said, "I pity the fool who dismisses bitcoin".

Do you have any questions about it? I can try to change your mind.

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sofar 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why don't you like the partnership?

I think it will be a great on-ramp for people intimidated by crypto, because they already know how to use a debit card, but now will get "bitcoinback" instead of cashback.

Fold is another company that is further down this bitcoin rewards road than Strike so far. They've also partnered with VISA. I think we are a long way away from universal crypto acceptance, and I don't want to spend my btc anyway, so the using a depreciating asset such as fiat to purchase food, but then getting a scarce, appreciating asset like btc as a reward sounds like a great deal.

5,000 satoshis for signing up with my link: https://use.foldapp.com/r/3NVRRN9W

I am curious to hear why you're not a fan though.

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sofar 2 points ago +2 / -0

How does one not be a bag holder?

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sofar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good call. Thanks for the correction. Math is hard.

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sofar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stack satoshis. There will only ever be 21 quadrillion satoshis in existence, and even that number is a few quadrillion high with lost coins, etc.

Get a hardware wallet.

The Strike app, which doesn't charge any fees to buy bitcoin, will reward you with $5 through my referral link: https://invite.strike.me/JQJNPK

Build up a bit more and then transfer the BTC to your hardware wallet.

Right now $5 is almost 12,000 satoshis. https://awebanalysis.com/en/convert-satoshi-to-dollar-usd/

Again, let me repeat. There are NO FEES for buying Bitcoin through Strike.

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sofar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Use Strike, no fees for BTC.

This link will get you a $5 sign-up bonus: https://invite.strike.me/JQJNPK

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sofar 1 point ago +2 / -1

CB Pro was my primary on ramp until I discovered the Strike app, which does not charge any fees for buying bitcoin. Seriously.

https://bitcoin.strike.me/faq/fees/

Use this link and get a $5 signup bonus: https://invite.strike.me/JQJNPK

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sofar 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's worth a shot to buy $20 worth of Shiba Inu right now. IF, and that's a pretty big if, IF it goes to 10 cents that's $250,000. If it goes to $1, that's $2,500,000.

My friend, please research the concept of market capitalization. For Shiba Inu, which has a total circulating supply of 1 quadrillion tokens... that means that if 1 coin was worth $1, there would be $1 quadrillion dollars in the Shibu Inu network. Simply put, this will not happen.

"released by Jeff Desjardins, the editor-in-chief of Visual Capitalist in 2015 and updated in 2020. Desjardins added up all the world's silver, gold, top stock exchanges, cryptocurrencies and much, much more and came out with the amount of about $2.7 quadrillion."

https://money.howstuffworks.com/how-much-money-is-in-the-world.htm

But hey, $20? ¯\(ツ)

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sofar 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just want to add that no ID verification is needed to claim that free $5 in BTC.

If you have never gotten into bitcoin before, this is a very easy way to start. You'll be hearing much more about Strike in the months and years to come.

I really hope this isn't coming across as spam. Take your free satoshis!