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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by eduardomjus, Sep 28, 2015.

  1. eduardomjus

    eduardomjus Newbie

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    Hi to the best and largets IM forum in the world!

    My name is Eduardo Moreira, I have 33 years old, live with my wife and my son ... and one dog (almost forgot) rs
    So, Im here to try to read, learn and earn knowledge about IM ... Im work at home, with computer services ...
    Well, I hope to learn, but also help if possible.

    Thanks to all.
     
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    Welcome to the BHW, Well you have a cute family. May god gives you all the happiness!
     
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    Welcome Eduardo. Enjoy the forum !
     
  4. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Any particular niche(s) you are looking for?
     
  5. eduardomjus

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    First, thank you for all answers ...
    About question of Debian ...
    Yes, Im looking for crypto currency ...
    Two years ago I bought 14 usb miners, each runs at 2.2GHz.
    I tried mining cloud also ...
    Now looking other investment options in cryptocurrency .. and here is the place to obtain such information.
    Of course , I am here to read about any business opportunity on the net .. but appreciate the cryptocurrencies ...

    Basically it.
     
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  6. Debian

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    Crypto currencies is a hard field to enter into and make a profit from. BTC is all but dead to small time miners. You need entire rigs now to make even a tiny profit. Your best bet is to look at the alternative currencies (Doge, etc..) to even see if that is still worth the time. I assume the usb miners you have are asc miners?
     
  7. eduardomjus

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    Exactly, usb miners is asic ...
    And I agree , now , without a good rig ... and many TH .. there is no way to make good btc ..
    So I put aside this investment.
    I invested a lot in mining cloud in one of the most popular sites on the net ...
    But honestly ? I lost money ...
    I am now studying more and thinking hard before investing in it .. even if the BTC value is high. (I dont understand how 1BTC is $236.81) ...
    because cloud mining not is security ... and mining at one pool if you dont have many TH you dont got good btc ...

    * at one time I tried to doge currency .. but the BTC was better ...
    But if you said about .. I think i need to check ... :)
     
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  8. Debian

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    There isn't a whole lot left in crypto currencies any more. Its too easy to flat out buy them so any investment into them is pretty much lost fiat currency. But if this is still your area of interest, there is a lot of information over on the btc forum concerning alternative crypto currencies.
     
  9. eduardomjus

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    I agree 100 % with you! As said, I'm always open to new business. I think relevant comment, I'm LPIC -3 Linux Enterprise Professional, work with cloud servers, bigdata, dedicated, hosting, php programmer, etc .. but this market is too saturated ... In Brazil, this market is very bad, to have an idea, even though customers who are large ( football team ) the amount of maintenance, management and even the development of customer php code does not generate a nice monthly .
    For these reasons, I came to the forum, which is, world reference in the options market for business.
    I have time, I am dedicated and I love technology, I just need good options. And I know here I found these options.
     
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    Welcome to BHW enjoy your stay here, Start learning and earning
     
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    Welcome to BHW family.
     
  12. eduardomjus

    eduardomjus Newbie

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    Thank you all welcome!

    I wish a great week for everyone and big earnings.
     
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    welcome to the school mate!
    have a great time ahead!
     
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    Welcome to BHW!

    We don't have the same amount of ass that Brazil does - but stick around and you're sure to find someone acting a fool, sooner or later!

    Cheers :)