Do I Approve of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency for Survival?

I have been obsessed with cryptocurrency for a couple years now, having started investing since my last post in 2016. I believe it is a good way to invest and hedge yourself against potential financial collapse, precipitated by an unsustainable system. The Federal Reserve can create money out of thin air, in unlimited supply.

I would love to share with everyone a way I found where you can “mine” Bitcoin without any overhead cost. You simply have to browse around for “faucets” that give away a few satoshis (smallest unit of Bitcoin) every few minutes to every hour.

The reason they do it? Advertising. Lots of clickbait on every site, but you can easily avoid too much annoyance and strain on your RAM/CPU by using Brave browser! This is the best one:

https://freebitco.in/?r=28417354

Be careful not to get tempted to “multiply BTC” in their dice game. The best way to build up how much you’re earning is to go under More|Rewards (tabs you click to get there), and select the Rewards Points bonuses. To make those count (because they cost Rewards Points to active), you have to roll more than 12 times/day. Then you’ll be building up RP much faster, and you can start activating BTC Bonuses in the same part of the website (using Rewards Points).

I am making $2/day in free BTC with mine and my wife’s accounts, completely passively! That starts to add up over time, especially if we’re anticipating major increases in BTC price.

Forgive the intrusion on our otherwise health-oriented content. I highly recommend reading through our in-depth analyses of World Government, and the “revolving door” corruption of government agencies and corporations. This will help give you more perspective on why I might promote cryptocurrency and passive income on our health-themed site.

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Rob was the valedictorian of his high school (his last claim to fame), but now believes that academics are overrated. He is a musician and former copy editor, and is now studying independently as an amateur nutritionist, businessman, and writer/rocker against world government and for liberty. He is also attempting to obtain a PhD in squats, deadlifts, shoulder raises, rows, bench press, dips, and pull-ups.

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