If you’re interested in diversifying your cryptocurrency gains in precious metals to protect your earnings then there’s a couple of ways you can do it. You can either hold the physical gold yourself or you can pay a storage facility to do it for you. I think both methods have their uses, and they’re both perfectly valid ways to do it. The “right” way is really just up to you and what you want from your investment. Let’s look at the pros and cons shall we?
A lot of people see having a website as an anonymous way to share their voice, but this is far from the truth. In fact, your web host or domain register is most likely the first one who will either hand over or sell your private information or ban your account if you post something that makes somebody mad. Often times when you register domain or for web hosting you need divulge all of your private information including your name, e-mail address, home address, and credit card information. That’s a lot of data available for hackers or spammers to access for no reason.
Amazon has pretty much everything, and so it’s no surprise that everyone just wishes that Amazon would go ahead and accept Bitcoin. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem they have any plans to do that in the immediate future. However, there is a pretty great work around, and it can even net you a 15% discount on your purchase for doing so. It’s called Purse.io.
Registering an anonymous domain is a great way to protect your privacy and your personal information. When registering a domain the normal way your email, full name and even address will be publicly listed for anyone to see! With the rise in social engineering crimes this is extremely undesirable.
In this article we’re going to talk about why it’s important to register your domains anonymously, and how you can do that by paying with Bitcoin. The domain for this blog is registered with anonymous bitcoin domain register, and if you’re interested to learn more about them I also provide some information on their features and how you can use them to achieve maximum free speech protections for your websites.
I am a cryptocurrency writer. People pay me in Bitcoin to sit at my computer and write articles about cryptocurrency. That’s pretty awesome, because I was already doing that for free! There’s tons of websites, ICOs and other projects that need to hire people with skills in many categories. If you have skills you could offer in writing, translating, video editing, graphic design and even social media, then you can get paid for those skills in cryptocurrency.
In this article I go over exactly how to get a job that will pay you in cryptocurrency. You’ll also find some great sources to find your first job, and how to manage your new work load. It’s not nearly as hard as you think it is to become a freelancer, and if you’re willing to put yourself out there than you can get remote cryptocurrency jobs easily.
Getting paid in Bitcoin is way cool until you need to pay your utilities. If your electric company actually accepts Bitcoin, then that’s awesome! Unfortunately mine has not yet caught on, and I needed a quick, easy and relatively inexpensive way to cash out some cryptocurrency on the first of the month.
The Bitpay card has proved to be a pretty good solution to this problem, and I think you’ll be happy with it as long as you understand its limitations. I decided to do a full review of the service in this post. It includes how well the card has worked for me thus far, some stuff to watch out for, troubleshooting tips and a list of all the fees and limitations you may face when using it.
Bullion Star is a company in Singapore that both buys and sells gold. I’m convinced that this is the easiest way possible to turn cryptocurrency into gold, and then also transfer it back. All while keeping your assets in one of the safest countries in the world that also values your privacy. In this review I’ll be giving you a look inside the dashboard and describing my experience with them so far.
If you’re hesitant to deal with a company that’s not in the United States, go ahead and cast those concerns aside. This is the easiest experience you’ll ever have creating a financial based account, and the company does everything they can to assure you of the safety and authenticity of your investments. This includes not only third party audits, but also allowing you audit the gold yourself in person any time you want! They give you the exact serial numbers for all of your physical pieces, and they upload photographs of all of them to your dashboard. If you’re interested in seeing exactly how all this works then check out my full review. I think you’ll be sold on how awesome this place is pretty quickly.
Routing Hosting offers an affordable solution for those looking for a VPS that they can pay for not only with Bitcoin, but also a variety of altcoins. This blog is posted there, and I decided to do an in depth review of their service. I’ve included speed tests, screen shots of the dashboard, and a list of all of the cryptocurrencies they accept as well.
This is likely the most affordable deal you’re going to find anywhere for an anonymous VPS that will allow not only allow you to host your content off shore, but also accepts a boat load of cryptocurrencies. I’m honestly surprised that they’re not more popular, because they offer some great deals. Check out the full review to see what kind of options they offer and to decide whether or not this host is the right choice for you.
Thanks to the never ending roller coaster that cryptocurrency involves, I’ve become keen to make some investments outside of the space for my own sanity. I’m not really interested in keeping any of my funds in fiat money, so that makes gold a natural choice. Fortunately, it’s actually pretty easy to purchase gold with Bitcoin, and in this article I’m going to talk about my favorite place to do so.
There are of course lots of places that will sell you gold for your cryptocurrency. A surprisingly large number actually. In fact, the precious metals industry might have some of the largest cryptocurrency adoption in the entire market.