Get $40 stellar very easily

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Hi,

This is not the typical article about how to get money in which we have to do thousands of operations in order to get a few dollars.

The Blockchain page is giving away Stellar just for registering. But considering they give away about $40, it's worth it!

https://www.blockchain.com/en/getcrypto

Enjoy ;)
 

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Yes, you will need to send a picture of yourself with your passport in order to register. But it is 100% real and they send it to you as soon as you finish the registration. Blockchain.com is serious page.
 

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I checked it out, you need to be 18+ and need to take a photo of some government issued document.
 

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Just give up personal information. I wonder why people would pay you $25 to officially register yourself as a cryptocurrency trader when traditionally it's been very hard for governments (tax bodies) to investigate crypto traders?

$25 per person is lots of money to spend - I wonder how they will make that back?? :anyway:
 

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What about data safety?
@redarrow is the one to advise on that sort of thing, he has quite a lot of knowledge on the subject. I'd be wary until he advises
 
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Yup, that's legit. Got 50$ in stellar 8 hours after I verified myself, transfered it to 45$ usd BTC on the same site and withdrew it never to use the site again lmao.
 

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Good to finally find some businesses that just love losing money and giving it away for no reason. $50 and all you had to do was put yourself at the front of the list when the Federal Reserve and their counterparts enforce heavy taxes on crypto trading and ownership. Win!
 

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Good to finally find some businesses that just love losing money and giving it away for no reason. $50 and all you had to do was put yourself at the front of the list when the Federal Reserve and their counterparts enforce heavy taxes on crypto trading and ownership. Win!
I think you went a bit too far mate. The taxes on trading crypto already exist. I'm not American. Nobody taxes ownership untill you cash out, which you can do BH, and if you don't you still pay only for the gains not total amount invested. Coinbase and 947 more exchanges require you to verify your identity.
This one in particular is trying to attract future clients which will make them sweet dollars by paying fees.
What's your point?
 

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I think you went a bit too far mate.
Agreed after reading back over it, unintended.

Coinbase and 947 more exchanges require you to verify your identity.
Coinbase, yes. 947 other exchanges? No.

Coinbase is also an institutional platform, like blockchain.com, and hold conflicting goals and values to much of the crypto userbase. Crypto is moving more and more towards becoming wall street 2.0, and these companies have a vested interest in that happening in order to further secure market position.

A majority of exchanges don't require KYC or proof of your identity in order to trade reasonably small amounts, and I'm not sure where you get the strangely precise number 947 from?

What's your point?
My point is that the marketing value of giving away $50 to you is not enough to justify why Blockchain would have done this. You seem to think that getting $50 is a win and that the data you provided is worth less than that. My point is that I believe that you're potentially incorrect and that from a logical perspective, easy money is not always smart money.
 
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Just give up personal information. I wonder why people would pay you $25 to officially register yourself as a cryptocurrency trader when traditionally it's been very hard for governments (tax bodies) to investigate crypto traders?

$25 per person is lots of money to spend - I wonder how they will make that back?? :anyway:
they are going to sell it to the criminals for $50
 

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Agreed after reading back over it, unintended.
Coinbase is also an institutional platform, like blockchain.com, and hold conflicting goals and values to much of the crypto userbase. Crypto is moving more and more towards becoming wall street 2.0, and these companies have a vested interest in that happening in order to further secure market position.
Can't disagree with that, crypto is leaning towards centralization, but there are still numerous ways you can buy it anonymously if you are not planning on trading or holding it and people are actively fighting against it.
A majority of exchanges don't require KYC or proof of your identity in order to trade reasonably small amounts, and I'm not sure where you get the strangely precise number 947 from?
It was an arbitrary number. Almost every single exchange requires you to provide ID when you are trading/withdrawing over x and it's at this point that the LE and all the other scum wants to lay their greedy hands on your money. Nobody gives two shits about a guy who bought 70$ in btc two days ago and 50 yesterday. You have to provide your ID in tons of places on the interwebs, if you didn't know. You are acting like this is a first time a company asks you to verify your identity on the net.[/QUOTE]
My point is that the marketing value of giving away $50 to you is not enough to justify why Blockchain would have done this. You seem to think that getting $50 is a win and that the data you provided is worth less than that. My point is that I believe that you're incorrect and that from a logical perspective, easy money is not always smart money.
Again, they will be pulling x5 on what they invested in stellar shortly after because people will be using their exchange and paying mad fees, nobody is trying to organize a secret honeypot to catch some average joe's buying crypto. Stop with the conspiracies. I alone paid more than 5$ to get the 50$stellar converted into BTC on their exchange. This is what they're after.
 

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crypto is leaning towards centralization
Which for the most part is not a good thing. And it's not actually centralization that's the problem, at the point that I started trading on Mt Gox the market was significantly more centralized than it is today. The problem is with the noobs that entered the crypto industry in 2018 now willingly frog-marching it into being as controlled and mainstream as stock markets for $50 a pop.

there are still numerous ways you can buy it anonymously
And selling your personal details is not one of them.

Almost every single exchange requires you to provide ID when you are trading/withdrawing over x
That depends if you're saying that x is $1,000 or x is $10,000. Many people freely trade under $1,000 without ever having to worry about providing 1/10th of the info you sold Blockchain.. and that's the way it should be.

You have to provide your ID in tons of places on the interwebs, if you didn't know.
But none of them hold the particular benefit of allowing for the quasi-anonymous, near-instantaneous transfer of value that I've come to love over the years, and none of them have the potential to prevent me from doing so in the future - unlike your new sugar daddy.

nobody is trying to organize a secret honeypot to catch some average joe's buying crypto. Stop with the conspiracies.
Ah right, my bad - yeah of course no tech companies or government bodies bother worrying about something as silly as gathering user data, my tinfoil hat was on a bit tight!

https://www.zdnet.com/article/faceb...on-ruled-illegal-by-german-anti-trust-office/
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/09/business/china-apple-personal-data-sold.html
https://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/08/...ollection-ruled-illegal-by-appeals-court.html
https://www.washingtonpost.com/tech...-million-illegally-collecting-childrens-data/

This is what they're after.
Only one way to find out.
 
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