Back in July/2017, when I was thinking about “retirement”, one of the main things I planned on doing was working on my tea store with all of what I thought would now be my “free time”. As it turns out, my cruddy web hosting company pulled a fast one on me, and my original tea store is now but a memory. (The current Tea Universe is a meager shadow of what it used to be.)
Unsure of what to do next, I eventually stumbled upon Beer Money Forum. It looked like an interesting site, so I joined. Within a week or so I was hooked on the concept of making money with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
If you’d like to follow me along on my cryptocurrency journey, this is what I would recommend you do:
1. Get a Wallet
2. Play with Faucets
Next, you’ll need to decide if you’ve got the time to mess around with cryptocurrency faucets. A “faucet” is basically a website that “drips” a teeny amount of cryptocurrency in return for you looking at ads, (and dealing with pop-ups, pop-unders, pop-overs, and pop-all-arounds!). If you’re going to use faucets, then you’ll need to familiarize yourself with terms like “Satoshi”, which is a teeny-tiny fraction, (0.00000001), of a Bitcoin.
Since faucets return such a small piece of a Bitcoin, you need an intermediary “faucet wallet” to store what the faucets earn, until you have enough saved to transfer to your main wallet.
Now the fun begins: pick a faucet, (or open several in different browser windows), and begin to make a small, (very small), amount of money!
Given with the understanding that faucets come and go, and what is a good faucet today may be a cruddy faucet tomorrow, here are some faucet websites you may find useful.
My Favorite Faucets, (as of 12/Sept/2017):
Shibe Win – my favorite faucet, at the moment.
Earncrypto – I watch videos here to earn dogecoin.
Other Faucets I Frequently Use:
Starbits – used to be a GREAT faucet, but is less so recently.
Faucets I Use Less, But Folks Recommend:
3. Make Some Money!
Now comes the exciting part! Using either Bitcoins we’ve ever-so-slowly accumulated via faucets, or purchased via our linked checking account, we can invest in a few of the many high yield cryptocurrency sites.
*** WITH HIGH YIELD COMES HIGH RISK! ONLY INVEST WHAT YOU CAN COMFORTABLY LOSE. ***
To date, (12/Sept/2017), I’ve only been able to invest in the following two sites, but as time goes on and I gain experience, (and money!), I’m hoping to invest in several more.
TelcoMiner – if you’re a Safari user like me, use Chrome for this site
There you have it: my three simple steps to wealth. Come along with me on this journey, and hopefully we’ll all have big bags of money soon!
Note: As with 99% of all websites, some of the links on this website are affiliate links. (Gasp!) Going through an affiliate link doesn’t cost you a penny, (or even a “Satoshi”!), but it does give a tiny commission to the affiliate, (me!).