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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: BTC Withdrawals /r/minergate

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BTC/ETH/LTC/DOGE Bots

Hi, In this post you will find links to crypto bots on Telegram that let you earn BTC/ETH/LTC/DOGE. I will divide them into two groups - ones that do it automatically and ones that you need to visit to claim the bonus.
 
Disclaimer: I have not reached the withdrawal amounts so I can't say if the bots are SCAM or not... However it costs you nothing to run them so I think it is worth a try : )
 
First group [Auto-bots ; )]:
 
Second group:
 
EDIT - 03/05/2020 - update on Bitcoin Cloud Mining EDIT - 23/05/2020 - update on MinerGate: Dogecoin Mining Pool, MinerGate: Bitcoin Mining Pool and Dragon Dogecoin Miner EDIT - 03/06/2020 - update on GREENBIT and SailDoge Mining
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Hello i am really new..

So i am like a toddler in the cryptocurrency world and i just started mining monero on minergate . So i want to ask some things
1.How to create a monero wallet?
2.Which software should i use to mine? (even though i use minergate some say its a "scum"
3.Lets say i have 10 monero coins how do i make em real world money that i can hold on my hands?
4.Are my specs good?
 Specs: CPU: FX8350 3.7Ghz (underclocked for thermal reasons) GPU 1: RX 480 8GB SAPPHIRE NITRO+ (1306 Mhz core and 2000 Mhz Memory) GPU 2: R7 260x 2GB (i run both of em on minergate and seems to work) RAM:CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR3 1600 Mhz MOTHERBOARD:MSI-970 GAMING PSU: EVGA SUPERNOVA 650 P2 (Platinum) 
I am sorry for any mistakes english isn't my mother tongue. And thank you in advance
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your experience and/or opinion of the HitBTC exchange

I like to trade XMBTC at exchanges with more volume and tighter spreads, HitBTC among the ones I've traded on. I have read that HitBTC should be avoided. However, my experience has been good. Sometimes they are a little slow to initiate crypto withdrawals from HitBTC but otherwise they have worked just fine for me. Have I just been lucky? What is your experience and/or opinion of HitBTC?
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Beginner's Guide to Exchanges - Part 2

Beginner’s Guide to Exchanges – Part 2

A little late, but as promised here is Part 2 of the Beginner’s Guide to Exchanges. I would like to sincerely thank everyone for their support and feedback in making these.
Link to Part 1
This time I also made a Google Docs survey in the hopes of sharing the results with the community. I thought we could share what we use as a whole and why redditors choose the exchanges they do. For skeptics (as you all should be), I assure you that I am not collecting personal information. This is for recreation and if you are still wary, then by all means abstain!
Link to Survey
In Part 3 I will be wrapping up this series by covering decentralized, semi-decentralized, and derivative exchanges. Here it goes!

00 – Concepts and Definitions (Continued)

04 – Fiat Exchanges – Canada

QuadrigaCX

Country Linked Bank Transfer Wire Transfer Paypal Credit/Debit Crypto Transfer
CAD Deposit 1%/ Withdraw Free Free Free (Withdraw Only) 1% (Withdraw Only) Free
USD - Free Free (Withdraw Only) - Free
Exchange Type Maker Taker
Fiat .5% .5%
BTC/ETH .2% .2%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator or Email 2FA Available
Wallet Security Undisclosed amount of funds in cold storage
Web Security 3rd Party Security provided by CloudFlare
Bug Bounty Expired $50 bounties
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info Credit Score Limits
Basic Account X X Digital only, Limits Vary
Verified Account X X X X X X Limits Vary

05 – Fiat Exchanges – Europe

CEX.IO

Country Credit/Debit Bank Transfer Crypto Transfer
Europe 3.5%+ €0.24 Deposit €0 / Withdraw €25 (SEPA €10) Free
Russia 5% + ₽ 15.57 - -
UK 3.5%+ £0.20 Deposit £0 / Withdraw £20 (SEPA Free
US 3.5%+ $0.25 Deposit $0 / Withdraw $50 Deposit $0 / Withdraw 1%
Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Currencies 0% .20%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Wallet Security Undisclosed amount of funds in cold storage
Credit Card Data Overseen by 3rd Party Kyte Consultants
Web Security SSL Certificates and Encrypted Personal Data
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address ID + Photo Bank Info KYC Limits
Basic Account X X X Digital only
Verified Account X X X X X X $10,000 Daily/$100,000 Monthly

BTC-E / XBTC-E

Country Credit/Debit Bank Transfer Paypal
Europe - SEPA - Deposit .5% / Withdraw 1% (€100 min) -
Russia 6% 6% -
US 7% Deposit .5% ($20 min) / Withdraw 1% ($100 min) 7%
Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Currencies .20% .20%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Password Expiration Must be changed every 6 months
DDoS Protection 3rd Party Security Services provided by CloudFlare
Bug Bounty Yes at xBTCe
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Verified User X X X X X No Stated Limits

Liqui.io

Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Digital Currencies 0.1% .25%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Bug Bounty Reported bounty posted on HackerOne (unconfirmed)

06 – Fiat Exchanges – South Korea

안녕하세요 여러분! 혹시 우리 한국인 친구 이 보고서를 한국어로 읽고 싶어한다면 알려주세요. 관심이 많이 있다면 간단한 한국어 보고서도 만들 수 있습니다. This year, ETH has taken off like a rocket in the Land of the Morning Calm. With a population of just 50 million, South Koreans account for almost 30% of daily ETH trade volume. Even more surprising is that currently the daily volume of ETH is about 5 times higher than that of Bitcoin on Korean exchanges. Since demand is high, ETH is trading at a premium on Korean exchanges. Some users have been talking about capitalizing off this imbalance by trading on arbitrage between exchanges. For those who have no connection to Korea and hope to do so, I have bad news – all Korean exchanges require a National ID number and access to a Korean bank account. This makes Korean exchanges virtually closed to Korean nationals and those with long-term visas. Sorry everyone.

Bithumb

Coinone

Korbit

07 – Fiat Exchanges – China

With a great deal of anticipation, major Chinese exchanges started trading ETH this summer. Since these exchanges deal huge volumes of Bitcoin already, naturally it was expected that they invest heavily into ETH as well. So far this hasn’t quite lived up to the hype with many exchanges still favoring Bitcoin, Litecoin, Altcoins, and even Ethereum Classic (Gulp). Three of these exchanges underwent inspections by the Peoples Bank of China earlier this year and will be working closely with the government to ease fears of money laundering and market manipulation. There are a lot of Chinese sites, and since my Chinese is non-existent this list is basically just for name recognition. In many ways these sites are very similar in regards to security, verification, and fees compared to their western counterparts; just marketed at a different audience and currency. If users are seriously interested in these exchanges and making reviews, please contribute or ask!

OK Coin

Huobi

CH-BTC

Yunbi

08 – Coinswaps & Cryto-converters

ShapeShift

Changelly

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First the BFX hack, now my own account got compromised!

Tuesdaynight when it all went down!
After the BFX hack i received 1245 BFX tokens. I've waited patiently for the price to rise to $1 so that i could redeem my coins.
Sadly i needed to do some payments and decided to exchange them for BTC. The minute my BFX tokens got exchanged for 1.13 BTC @ around 55% value, somebody made a withdraw and stole my Bitcoins. Apparantly my PC was compromised by a virus/malware. After some digging on my PC. I found the culprit. There was a virus hidden in a Minergate.exe and somebody had taken over my PC. I had downloaded "Minergate" from a thread here on "REDDIT". I can't seem to find it again, but it was a "Mining Monero XMR instantly" thread or something. So just a warning to be VERY carefull guys.
After the BFX/BTC trade was made, he had enabled "SMS 2FA" on my computer and made the withdraw. He also had accesss to my Outlook. When i made a "recover deleted emails" on Outlook request. I found the emails regarding : "Enabling SMS 2FA" & "Verify Withdraw" etc.... He was deleting them one by one. This wouldn't have happened ofcource if my Phone battery wasn't dead. Otherwise i would have seen them popping up on my phone, and could have cancelled the requests. So this is truly a series of unfortunate events. That could be easily prevented.
Sadly, after one hour when i went to my PC to check if the trade was made, i came to a conclusion that my Bitcoins were stolen and sent to a unknown adress. And i was to late to cancel the transaction.
This is very upsetting to me, not only did i loose +$600 due to the BFX hack, i then again lost my remaining BTC +$600 to another hack. So in a couple months of using BFX service, i'm out around $1245. 45% of my life savings.
I don't understand however why BFX isn't flagging a "SMS 2FA" request for a phone number from "Isreal" , when the request is made from the same "Belgian" IP adress i always use.
Yesterday i made a clean OS install and changed all my passwords but......
I'm at my ends rope at the moment and don't know what to do. This is a massive blow to me. Is there any chance i can recover my stolen bitcoins.
Thank you for listening and hearing me out.
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Problem with BCN in hitBTC and Minergate

Hello everyone.
I've been mining Bytecoins for a while with Minergate and this morning I decided to withdraw all of them. I was going to transfer them to hitBTC for exchanging them for Bitcoins. I transferred them from Minergate to hitBTC by the address hitBTC gave me, but the Bytecoins never arrived to hitBTC (on Minergate they appear as sent and transaction completed). I've checked the address and it is correct, I don't know what's wrong.
What has happened? Have I lost my Bytecoins or is there any way I can recover them?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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HashFlare’s Exit and the Future of Cloud Mining

Cloud mining — a service that enables individual users to lease hashing power from dedicated cryptocurrency mining operations — came forth as professionalization and cartelization of the mining business began to drive out smaller and insufficiently equipped players from the scene.
Since there is no way to verify that the share of the mining rig you are supposedly leasing actually exists — even if returns on your investment seem to be flowing regularly at first — the scheme is widely regarded as a happy hunting ground for scammers. Perhaps the only way to steer clear of fraud is to rely on the reputation of the established cloud mining brands. But with the outbreak of the recent scandal around the cloud mining platform HashFlare, this option might also soon be off the table.
HashFlare, one of the leading names in the business, announced on July 20 that it has dropped its mining service of active SHA-256 Bitcoin contracts, pursuant to a clause of the platform’s terms of service reading the following: “The Mining process will stop if the Maintenance and Electricity Fees will become larger than the Payout. If mining remains unprofitable for 21 consecutive days the Service is permanently terminated.”
Citing the ongoing “difficult time for the cryptocurrency market,” the firm claimed that by July 18, the payouts were lower than the maintenance fees for 28 days in a row, which activated the clause allowing for the the conclusion of the contracts. The statement implied that HashFlare would be open to resume Bitcoin mining, should more favorable market conditions arise. Apparently, the cease only concerned Bitcoin contracts, as operations with other crypto assets available in the firm’s portfolio — such as Litecoin and Ethereum — proceeded as usual.
While this July has not been the brightest month ever for the crypto market, especially in comparison to December 2017, many users have rightfully questioned HashFlare’s reasoning. After briefly touching the floor at just above $6000 in the first days of the month, Bitcoin prices entered a steady upward trend, coming close to $8000 by the day that the contract termination was announced.
Additionally, the first week of the month saw the Bitcoin network’s hashrate drop massively as a result of heavy floods in the Sichuan province of China, home to a dense conglomeration of mining rigs. This should have led to a corresponding decrease in difficulty for the rest of the nodes. Even before the disaster, around the time when the mining platform’s dry season allegedly started in mid-June, the network’s hashrate plummeted to around 30 TH/s. As the HashFlare’s account of things seemed to stand in contrast with a widely accepted version of reality, the allegations of fraud began to pour out.
Stranger things
The cost structure for participating in the HashFlare enterprise consists of two types of payments: a one-off investment in the processing power itself, and recurring maintenance fees — normally covered from mining profits. One of the several poignant circumstances accompanying the announcement is that the cloud mining operator decided to terminate the contracts without reimbursing users for the remainder of the annual contract fees, which they had paid upfront.
The current mishap appears to be at least the second time on record when HashFlare unilaterally altered its contractual commitments. 11 months ago, the platform switched all SHA-256 and Scrypt contracts from lifetime to one-year, on the grounds of global mining hardware scarcity. Obviously, many cloud miners did not appreciate this development and there was even a petition on Change.org with some 2,500 signatures.
Coincidentally, those who held lifetime contracts before September 2017 can derive some satisfaction from the fact that, in the wake of the recent debacle, their losses were modest. Since the yearly contracts that relaunched 11 months ago were set to expire late August, these customers are only losing a month’s worth of shares of their yearly investment in hashing power. Compared to them, people who jumped in during the year are suffering a greater degree of damage, with the most recent investors finding themselves in the worst-case scenario.
Granted, infuriated cloud miners took to Twitter and Reddit right away. A sizeable group of people who suspected HashFlare of being a scam finally had the chance to savor their ‘I told you so’ moment. The Twitter user who goes by the moniker ‘Madoff wasn’t on the blockchain’ and specializes in exposing crypto fraud, gloated over what he considered evidence that HashFlare never really had actual mining facilities — despite boasting a brand new data center just a few months earlier. He also brought up a February interview with the firm’s customer relations manager Edgar Bers, pointing to numerous ‘red flags’ — inconsistencies that allegedly indicated the operation’s fraudulent nature.
While some users reported they were able to initiate the chargeback process for HashFlare payments with their credit card issuers, the less lucky ones said they were considering a class action lawsuit. The operator is based in Estonia, so strict European consumer protection laws could be potentially applicable to the case. However, some observers surveyed by Blockonomi noted that, by the time the claim makes it to court, the defendant could cease to exist or fight back by exposing the users’ personal data.
Another odd detail that plays right into the ‘scam’ argument is the new withdrawal regulations that HashFlare put in place just days before dropping the Bitcoin contracts. All of a sudden, the mining operator urged users to comply with a set of KYC procedures, severely restricting the ability of those who failed to comply to move their funds out of the platform. Assuming malicious intent, this move could serve at least two purposes: hindering the flight of capital upon the release of the news and getting some leverage over the disgruntled users who will make it to the courtroom.
Cloud mining’s dim future
Albeit there are many considerations that could point to malice, none of them look indisputable. In terminating the contracts, HashFlare followed the clause of their own terms of service, which every user had to sign upon registration. These terms were found to be unaltered since at least last year. The clause in question does not specify a particular entity that is supposed to certify that maintenance and electricity fees indeed exceeded the mining payouts. And. even if the evidence that those data centers actually exist is scarce, robust evidence that they do not exist is even scarcer. Hopefully, a trusted third party will soon enter the scene to shed some light on the true state of affairs.
Meanwhile, HashFlare’s competitors are doing just fine. Users on another major cloud mining platform — Genesis Mining — reported getting payouts on their contracts as usual. So did the customers of Minergate. HashFlare’s fluke might well provide a short-term PR boost to other major players in the field, as well as an influx of new users who will want to switch to a presumably more reliable operator. But, in the long run, the fallout from the demise of one of the most prominent cloud mining operations could prove a massive blow to the whole industry.
Cloud mining already has a reputation of a risky endeavor: While contracts are usually long-term and initial payments fixed, fluctuations of crypto prices render such investments a roulette. Especially with Bitcoin, massive crowds of new miners constantly enter the market, driving the hashrate up. A recent report by CoinJournal highlights the tremendous rate of its growth over the last several months. This is good news for the crypto industry at large, meaning that — despite the relatively unimpressive price dynamics of 2018 — more and more resources are pouring into the network. Yet, for mining enterprises, this primarily signals more competition, spelling death for those who come up short in the arms race.
Against such a backdrop, the lack of trust in service providers might become a deal-breaker. Why engage in an increasingly precarious activity that promises fewer payoffs, especially when you cannot be entirely sure that the platform facilitating your engagement is trustworthy? If HashFlare’s case entrenches in mass consciousness as a poster for cloud mining services, the model is unlikely to survive the ongoing hashrate rush.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] "!! Announcements - Recent Faucets I'm using, and Suggested sites as well as other Links

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A couple of clicks to start mining cryptocurrencies together with more than 1 million people from all over the world. Start mining effectively with your computer or smartphone. On Minergate site
http://clickmeterlink.com/es86
Cloud mining and a daily faucet at Eobot Site
http://clickmeterlink.com/h7jt
Check out this Bitcoin faucet multi-player game site http://clickmeterlink.com/azdw and earn free! #bitcoin #games #freestuff
Swift Demand is an attempt at basic income. Each user who is signed up for the service receives 100 swifts each day. No additional swifts can be created with time or resources. No user can gain any other 'advantage' when it comes to acquiring swifts.
http://clickmeterlink.com/w5h8
Bitminer site offers free mining it seems, only enter one BTC address as they then claim to want an upgrade payment to do a withdrawal, not sure how legit they are as why would I need to pay them a fee to withdraw my free mined coins with my owned outside the site coins to get the free coins, try as you wish.
http://clickmeterlink.com/w5gq
I use HitBTC for trading most of my coins your welcome to give them a try also
https://hitbtc.com/?ref_id=5a0e488bd8616
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10-28 22:52 - 'New to bit-mining' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/OisinPeterKyne removed from /r/Bitcoin within 180-190min

'''
Hi i am new to bit-mining i am using minergate right now i am mining xrm can some one tell me how i can withdraw it thanks
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New to bit-mining
Go1dfish undelete link
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Author: OisinPeterKyne
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11-17 04:12 - '"!! Announcements - Recent Faucets I'm using, and Suggested sites as well as other Links' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/RoffoSnake removed from /r/Bitcoin within 75-85min

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A couple of clicks to start mining cryptocurrencies together with more than 1 million people from all over the world. Start mining effectively with your computer or smartphone. On Minergate site
[link]1
Cloud mining and a daily faucet at Eobot Site
[link]2
Check out this Bitcoin faucet multi-player game site [link]3 and earn free! #bitcoin #games #freestuff
Swift Demand is an attempt at basic income. Each user who is signed up for the service receives 100 swifts each day. No additional swifts can be created with time or resources. No user can gain any other 'advantage' when it comes to acquiring swifts.
[link]4
Bitminer site offers free mining it seems, only enter one BTC address as they then claim to want an upgrade payment to do a withdrawal, not sure how legit they are as why would I need to pay them a fee to withdraw my free mined coins with my owned outside the site coins to get the free coins, try as you wish.
[link]5
I use HitBTC for trading most of my coins your welcome to give them a try also
[link]6
'''
"!! Announcements - Recent Faucets I'm using, and Suggested sites as well as other Links
Go1dfish undelete link
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Author: RoffoSnake
1: clickme*erlink.c*m**s** 2: cl**kmeterl*nk.co*/h7** 3: c*ick**t**link.com/*zdw 4: *l*ck*eter*ink*com*w5h8 5: c*i*kmeterli**.co*/w5g* 6: h**btc.com/?r*f*id=5a***8*bd8616
Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] New to bit-mining

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Hi i am new to bit-mining i am using minergate right now i am mining xrm can some one tell me how i can withdraw it thanks
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Useful Mobile Applications

A list of faucet, wallet, mining, and trading applications useable on mobile devices.
 
[A] - Android [I] - iPhone [B] - Both
 
Faucets:
 
Verified Withdrawals:
 
Unverified Withdrawals:
 
Fun For Coin [A] 250,000 satoshi withdrawal minimum. Bitcoin Farm [A] - 20,000 Satoshi withdrawal minimum. Bitcoin Cards [A] - 20,000 Satoshi withdrawal minimum. Free Bitcoin [I] - 20,000 Satoshi withdrawal minimum.
 
Wallets/Exchange:
 
CoinSpace[B] - BTC/LTC wallet with adjustable transfer fees. Coinomi [A] - Multi-coin wallet. Coinbase [B] - BTC/LTC/ETH exchange wallet. ImToken [B] - Wallet application able to sync to many ERC-20 capable ETH wallets.
 
Miners:
 
Minergate [A] - Multi-currency mining application. Eobot [B] - Monitoring application for Eobot cloud-mining website.
   
Trading:
 
TB Bittrex [I] - apple trading platform for Bittrex. FoxyTrader [A] - android trading platform for Bittrex.
 
Other:
 
Smart Faucet Rotator [A] - rotates through known faucets (BTC, LTC, DOGE, etc).
   
I know there are plenty more apps out there that work and are reputable, these are off the top of my head and some that I use day-to-day. Feel free to post more and I'll add them to the list as it goes.
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First the BFX hack, now my own account got compromised!

Tuesdaynight when it all went down! After the BFX hack i received 1245 BFX tokens. I've waited patiently for the price to rise to $1 so that i could redeem my coins. Sadly i needed to do some payments and decided to exchange them for BTC. The minute my BFX tokens got exchanged for 1.13 BTC @ around 55% value, somebody made a withdraw and stole my Bitcoins. Apparantly my PC was compromised by a virus/malware. After some digging on my PC. I found the culprit. There was a virus hidden in a Minergate.exe and somebody had taken over my PC. I had downloaded "Minergate" from a thread here on "REDDIT". I can't seem to find it again, but it was a "Mining Monero XMR instantly" thread or something. So just a warning to be VERY carefull guys. After the BFX/BTC trade was made, he had enabled "SMS 2FA" on my computer and made the withdraw. He also had accesss to my Outlook. When i made a "recover deleted emails" on Outlook request. I found the emails regarding : "Enabling SMS 2FA" & "Verify Withdraw" etc.... He was deleting them one by one. This wouldn't have happened ofcource if my Phone battery wasn't dead. Otherwise i would have seen them popping up on my phone, and could have cancelled the requests. So this is truly a series of unfortunate events. That could be easily prevented. Sadly, after one hour when i went to my PC to check if the trade was made, i came to a conclusion that my Bitcoins were stolen and sent to a unknown adress. And i was to late to cancel the transaction. This is very upsetting to me, not only did i loose +$600 due to the BFX hack, i then again lost my remaining BTC +$600 to another hack. So in a couple months of using BFX service, i'm out around $1245. 45% of my life savings. I don't understand however why BFX isn't flagging a "SMS 2FA" request for a phone number from "Isreal" , when the request is made from the same "Belgian" IP adress i always use. Yesterday i made a clean OS install and changed all my passwords but...... I'm at my ends rope at the moment and don't know what to do. This is a massive blow to me. Is there any chance i can recover my stolen bitcoins. Thank you for listening and hearing me out.
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Mining

Mining Bitcoin, Dash, Ether, Zec....☆ These 5 companies below pay me regularly for 1 year
  1. Hashfare: http://bit.ly/291m6h8
  2. Genesis: http://bit.ly/2c6NLNI
  3. Eobot , Cryptocoin mining. Mining contract for 5 years. + Claim free cryptocoin: http://bit.ly/2bSw9F2
  4. Hashing24 ,Start Bitcoin Mining with Maximum Efficiency: http://bit.ly/2ly51Q2
  5. Minergate , Cryptocurrency GUI miner and Mining Pool. Easy Software for Windows, Ubuntu, Fedora, Android and Mac: Mining Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bytecoin, Monero, DigitalNote, FantomCoin, QuazarCoin mining pool: http://bit.ly/29Pz1ps

☆New ☆ Be careful with the new ones you never know !! The rule in Cryptocoin is to invest only those you can afford to lose:
  1. 5 Star Mining - Cloud Mining. Every new user who registers in the first 3 months get 200 GH / s for free! Reinvestment and sponsorship: http://bit.ly/2zVFLdu
  2. Just-mining: http://bit.ly/2iDITEe
  3. Bitcoinvest , Bitcoin Cloud Mining - Cryptocurrency Investment: http://bit.ly/2yniNOd
  4. TELCOMINER , Register a bonus of 15 KH / s for 30 days. If you make a deposit within 30 days the bonus stays eternal. The daily profit is equal to 1.09% of the investment. Minimum withdrawal amount - 0.005 BTC. Automatic payments every day. their equipment is dispatched in 5 centers all over the world: http://bit.ly/2yQtkTv
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minergate withdraw Minergate Withdrawal to Freewallet - YouTube How To Withdraw Bitcoins From Mining City - YouTube How to Withdraw Money from Minergate #httchannel

How to withdraw Bytecoin to your wallet. Download a Bytecoin wallet here and install it to your computer. Open the Wallet tab of MinerGate app and click Withdraw button in the upper right corner of the screen. Choose Bytecoin, enter the desired amount of coins (leave the field blank to withdraw the whole balance). Withdraw as little as 0.01 coin. Profit straight to your wallet. You can withdraw mined money every day. 0.01. 45 852.12. 130. Get the most profit while mining. Always. Automine coins with the highest exchange rate and squeeze the most profit. Supported currencies. Zcash 0.0 H/s. Bitcoin Gold 0.0 H/s. Ethereum 0.0 H/s. Ethereum Classic 0.0 H/s. Monero 0.0 H/s. $ 0. 0.00% Vol: $ 0.0. $ 0. 0.00% ... MinerGate, in turn, shares the rewards based on how much input everyone is committing. This is a way to boost your passive income, by putting your computer to work especially when it’s not in use. Let’s review some of the best alternatives to MinerGate. 14 Best MinerGate Alternatives Cudo Miner Withdraw as little as 0.01 coin. Profit straight to your wallet. You can withdraw mined money every day. 0.01. 45 852.12. 130. Erziele den höchsten Gewinn. Immer. Automine coins with the highest exchange rate and squeeze the most profit. Unterstützte Währungen. Zcash 0.0 H/s. Bitcoin Gold 0.0 H/s. Ethereum 0.0 H/s. Ethereum Classic 0.0 H/s. Monero 0.0 H/s. $ 0. 0.00% Vol: $ 0.0. $ 0. 0.00% ... Withdraw as little as 0.01 coin. Profit straight to your wallet. You can withdraw mined money every day. 0.01. 45 852.12. 130. Get the most profit while mining. Always. Automine coins with the highest exchange rate and squeeze the most profit. Podržane valute. Zcash 0.0 H/s. Bitcoin Gold 0.0 H/s. Ethereum 0.0 H/s. Ethereum Classic 0.0 H/s. Monero 0.0 H/s. $ 0. 0.00% Vol: $ 0.0. $ 0. 0.00% Vol ...

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