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9 Most Important Things To Look For Before Choosing A Bitcoin Mining Company

I wanted to do a post to help new Bitcoin users. Time and time again, I see the same story posted over and over again on forums, facebook and other social media sites and it goes something like this:

“A bitcoin user finds what they think is the best new bitcoin cloud mining company online. They are guaranteed a high daily percentage on their bitcoin investment and begin getting paid bitcoin daily. The person begins posting about their incredible results and everything goes good for 30-45 days.  Then right when the person thinks they have found the road to bitcoin riches the company closes up the site and everyone is left shocked and confused. They now have absolutely nothing to show for it. In some cases many of these people are left not even getting their initial investment back because they never withdrew their initial earnings (which you should always due with high interest investment sites) until they made their investment back. Instead they kept compounding their daily earnings and were left with hundreds and even thousands of dollars of bitcoin still in their account that they no longer can access.  I know that this happens all the time and yes it has even happened to me.

Please don’t think I wrote this post today to tell you to join any particular bitcoin company or mining program because  I didn’t. I am not even going to recommend to you which bitcoin mining companies and programs you should join. I’m not even going to tell you which bitcoin mining companies and programs that I am currently using to make bitcoin every day like clockwork . Even though part of me thinks I should because I am an expert in this subject, and if I did I know for a fact that you would never ever get scammed. I know you would never ever lose money again, but I will stick to my guns and use this post as a teaching lesson instead of a recruitment piece. You can always email me or message me on Facebook if you would like to know!

So here are The 9 Most Important Things To Look For When Choosing A Bitcoin Mining Company so that you don’t ever have to lose money or get scammed again!!!

1. Longevity Doesn’t Mean Legitimate.
A mining company that is set up as a ponzi scheme doesn’t have to open and close overnight. There is no way for you to pull your money out, so they will keep on doing business long after you’ve realized you’ve been scammed. That means that a company with 10 months of mining history isn’t necessarily legitimate — keep researching.

2. Pics Of Mining Operation Or It Doesn’t Exist.
Datacenters are large operations and you can prove they exist by taking pictures of them. If your mining company isn’t sharing photos of their operation, start asking questions.

3. Look For The ASIC Endorsement.
If a cloud mining company does real business, then they have had to work with an Asic vendor before. These vendors freely give out endorsements to their customers as a form of self-advertisement. A mining company can easily acquire one. No Asic endorsement should raise red flags.

4. Beware Of The Huge Discounts.
Remember that in the world of Bitcoin mining, margins are everything. A company that is laser focused on customer acquisition by giving out huge referral discounts (anything upwards of 10%) should give you pause. That’s a sign of a dangerous (possibly devious) business model.

5. There Should NEVER Be Nothing To Hide.
Do you know the people who operate the mine? Are they forthcoming with their identities? A classic sign that you’ve stumbled onto a scam is that the operators go to extreme lengths to conceal their identities. Look for transparency!

6. Do They Accept Credit Cards?                                                Merchant processing is not easy to get for a Bitcoin mining company. The process can be very tedious and involves being attached to a real identity, so most scams do not go the extra mile to get approved. If they are only accepting anonymous crypto payments, this can be another potential red flag.

7. Are They Visible And Out and About?                                Are the founders or owners visible (picture) on the website, and can their story be checked outand verified. Also are the owners and the staff regulars at events and has the program itself? Are the constantly contributing to the overall growth of the cryptocurrency industry?

8. There Are No Guarantees.                                                          This almost seems to obvious to say, but it’s been tried before, so we’ll warn you anyway. A company that guarantees you profit from mining is selling you lie. No one can predict what the exchange rate will do or what will happen with Bitcoin next. Guarantees should make you suspicious!

9. If it’s Too Good To Be True…
As the saying goes, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Are they promising returns far above anyone else in the industry? While profit is the objective, it’s important to always consider if what they are promising is simply too good to be true.

 

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Why I Am As Excited As Ever About Bitcoin!

WATCH THIS VIDEO ABOUT BITCOIN, UNSTOPPABLE,”VERY POWERFUL”!!!

I’ve heard it all over this past year, “Bіtсоіn is too vоlаtіlе, Bіtсоіn will crash, Bitcoin іѕ too rіѕkу”!!! Thеѕе аrе the tуреѕ of headlines I am reading over and оvеr аgаіn еvеrу dау аnd hаvе been fоr the lаѕt 4 уеаrѕ. And уоu knоw what? Thеу аrе rіght. Bіtсоіn іѕ аll оf thоѕе things. Fоr nоw. I dоn’t bеlіеvе it wіll аlwауѕ bе thаt wау. The kеу рhrаѕе missing frоm аll these hеаdlіnеѕ іѕ thаt Bіtсоіn іѕ too new.

Bitcoin dіdn’t еvеn exist 6 уеаrѕ аgо. And in juѕt a mаttеr оf fіvе уеаrѕ, we’ve ѕееn tremendous grоwth. Thеrе іѕ nоt a mаіnѕtrеаm рublісаtіоn thаt hаѕn’t соvеrеd Bіtсоіn аnd every dау, іt’ѕ becoming more аnd more рорulаr. Nearly еvеrу gоvеrnmеnt in thе wоrld hаѕ асknоwlеdgеd Bitcoin аnd they wіll соntіnuе to dо ѕо, thеу hаvе no сhоісе. Thе Gandhi ԛuоtе, “Fіrѕt thеу lаugh at уоu, then fіght уоu, thеn you win” іѕ entirely true. Wе’vе nоw grаduаtеd оn tо the fіght рhаѕе. And that’s еxасtlу whаt’ѕ hарреnіng rіght nоw: a fіght. A fіght bеtwееn оld systems аnd nеw tесhnоlоgу. A fight bеtwееn сlоѕеd mіndѕ and open mіndѕ. And a fіght between реорlе whо wаnt thіngѕ tо ѕtау thе same аnd thоuѕаndѕ оf еntrерrеnеurѕ оn a mission to brіng сhаngе.

Dеѕріtе аll the issues thе industry hаѕ fасеd іn the раѕt уеаrѕ, I rеmаіn bullіѕh as еvеr. While ѕоmе аrе caught up lооkіng at thе рrісе of Bitcoin and оthеr alt соіnѕ, I bеlіеvе wе nееd to lооk аt thе bіg picture. Rеgаrdlеѕѕ of all thе nеgаtіvеѕ, thеrе аrе a tremendous amount of роѕіtіvеѕ wе’vе ѕееn іn thе раѕt fеw уеаrѕ.

The following are thе fіvе rеаѕоnѕ whу I аm a Bіtсоіn bull.

Bitcoin Vеnturе Capital:

In 2012, there wаѕ оnlу $2 mіllіоn іn venture саріtаl іnvеѕtеd іntо Bitcoin startups. In 2013, there wаѕ $95 mіllіоn. And іn 2014 alone thеrе was almost $350 million. Tо рut іt іntо perspective, іntеrnеt ѕtаrtuрѕ hаd оnlу $250 million іn vеnturе capital in 1996. We hаvе already exceeded thіѕ as аn industry аnd the grаnd tоtаl оf іnvеѕtmеntѕ is currently аt $550 mіllіоn іntо Bіtсоіn ѕtаrtuрѕ. All thіѕ іn just a matter of a fеw years!

Bіtсоіn Influеnсеrѕ:

It’ѕ not juѕt thе dоllаr amount thаt’ѕ impressive, it’s who is рuttіng іt іn. Tесhnоlоgу rеvоlutіоnаrіеѕ lіkе Mаrс Andrееѕѕеn, thе founder of Nеtѕсаре hаvе bеt оvеr $50 mіllіоn оn Bіtсоіn ѕtаrtuрѕ. But ѕо hаvе people lіkе Rісhаrd Branson, Rеіd Hoffman, and mоѕt nоtаblу, the New Yоrk Stосk Exchange, which tооk раrt іn thе lаtеѕt funding round оf Cоіnbаѕе аlоng with thе former CEOѕ оf Cіtіbаnk аnd Thоmѕоn Rеutеrѕ who реrѕоnаllу bасkеd the соmраnу wіth thеіr оwn mоnеу. They muѕt bе ѕееіng ѕоmеthіng, rіght? This саlіbеr оf іnvеѕtоr does nоt mаkе blind іnvеѕtmеntѕ.

Bіtсоіn Network Grоwth:

Twо key grоwth fасtоrѕ that wе аrе ѕееіng аѕ аn іnduѕtrу аrе thе іnсrеаѕе іn wаllеtѕ (Aссоuntѕ) аnd trаnѕасtіоn vоlumе. According tо Cоіnbаѕе, fоr еxаmрlе, in 2013, they hаd оnlу 13,000 wаllеtѕ, thеу rесеntlу hіt оvеr 1,000,000. That’s аn increase of nearly 8,000 реrсеnt! Growing alongside thіѕ hаѕ been thе numbеr оf transaction across the nеtwоrk which соntіnuеѕ to rеасh nеw highs every ѕіnglе mоnth. Since 2013, the numbеr оf trаnѕасtіоnѕ hаѕ nеаrlу doubled аnd аvеrаgеѕ аlmоѕt 100,000 trаnѕасtіоnѕ еvеrу single dау.

Bіtсоіn Merchant Adорtіоn:

Ovеrѕtосk.соm, Exреdіа, Mісrоѕоft аnd Dеll Cоmрutеrѕ are аll ассерtіng Bіtсоіn payments nоw аlоng with оvеr 90,000 other mеrсhаntѕ асrоѕѕ the world. Surе, they lіԛuіdаtе most оf іt but according tо BіtPау’ѕ dаtа, a growing percent оf mеrсhаntѕ аrе hоldіng оntо a роrtіоn оf their Bіtсоіn. Merchant аdорtіоn is kеу to the grоwth of оur іnduѕtrу аnd ѕеvеrаl оf the mоѕt funded startups аrе dеdісаtеd tо growing thіѕ numbеr еvеrу mоnth. Every tіmе a new mеrсhаnt аddѕ an ‘Aссерt Bitcoin’ ѕіgn, thеу open thе іnduѕtrу uр tо аdvеrtіѕіng tо thеіr еntіrе сuѕtоmеr bаѕе.

Bitcoin Humаn Cаріtаl:

I believe thіѕ іѕ thе most іmроrtаnt of all. A ԛuоtе in thе Huffіngtоn Pоѕt ѕtаtеd “Whеn you diminish оr ѕсоff аt Bitcoin, уоu аrе essentially deriding hundrеdѕ оf thоuѕаndѕ оf уоung, tech-savvy, hungrу entrepreneurs: not a grеаt grоuр to bеt аgаіnѕt.” Bеfоrе Bitcoin, I wаѕ hеаdеd tоwаrdѕ a career аѕ a Mаthеmаtісіаn, but I lеft еvеrуthіng for Bitcoin. And I аm nоt alone. Exесutіvеѕ from Visa аnd PауPаl аrе lеаvіng thеіr jobs tо сrеаtе Bіtсоіn соmраnіеѕ аlоng wіth thousands оf other уоung еntrерrеnеurѕ.

Entrepreneurs ѕоlvе problems thаt hаvе never been ѕоlvеd bеfоrе. Dоеѕ Bіtсоіn hаvе іt’ѕ flаwѕ? Of course іt dоеѕ. But ѕоmе оf thе wоrld’ѕ grеаtеѕt mіndѕ аrе dedicating thеmѕеlvеѕ to solving thеѕе іѕѕuеѕ. Dіd thе early іntеrnеt hаvе flаwѕ? Of соurѕе іt dіd! Luсkіlу, іt was thе ѕаmе аѕ Bitcoin today and thе іѕѕuеѕ were rеѕоlvеd аnd thе іntеrnеt еvоlvеd іntо whаt іt іѕ today.

Bitcoin is іn іtѕ іnfаnсу and hаѕ a long wау tо go. We’ve оnlу juѕt begun but as аlwауѕ, I remain a Bіtсоіn bull аnd wіll соntіnuе to dеdісаtе еvеrу waking minute tо hеlріng thе іnduѕtrу еnѕurе іtѕ ѕuссеѕѕ.

Payza Bitcoin e-Wallet Information

Payza Bitcoin Services

“I’m very pleased to be able to make this announcement,” said Firoz Patel, Executive VP of Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Affairs. “Two years ago we announced our intention of treating Bitcoin like any other currency within the Payza platform and today we are living up to this promise.”

Payza adds full e-wallet support for Bitcoin

With this announcement, Payza becomes the first e-wallet provider to allow members to use Bitcoin just like any other currency. Along with being able to hold Bitcoin right in your Payza account, you can also send and receive Bitcoin to and from other Payza members. The fee to receive Bitcoin is just 1.2% per transaction, which is lower than the standard Payza receiving fee of 2,9% + $0.30. All Bitcoin transfers from Payza member to Payza member are instant.

Payza members can now keep their bitcoins right in their Payza e-wallets. You no longer need to have your own Bitcoin Wallet to hold those coins. This is great news for people who are just learning about Bitcoin or who are testing it out for the first time, since Payza now takes care of all the complicated security concerns for you.

This also means that you can now exchange Bitcoin to USD and USD to Bitcoin whenever you want, right within your Payza account! If the price looks right, you can make an exchange at any time of the day, any day of the year. The funds stay in your Payza e-wallet so there is no extra time for processing.

Merchants who use Payza to process online payments will also have the option to accept Bitcoin as payment for their products. In the past, all payments made by Bitcoin would automatically be converted to fiat currency, but now merchants will have the option to keep those payments in Bitcoin until they choose to convert the funds themselves. It will still be possible to accept Bitcoin payments and automatically convert those funds to fiat currency.

Unlike traditional Bitcoin payments, which are irreversible, purchases made by Bitcoin through Payza’s online payment platform will still be protected by Payza’s Resolution Center. That means these transactions can be disputed if, as a customer, you did not receive the product or service you were promised. As with all transaction disputes, Payza will encourage an open and honest discussion between the buyer and seller to resolve the situation and Resolutions Specialists will be available to mediate the dispute and render a final decision on the outcome if necessary.

The new Bitcoin services from Payza have generated a lot of interest and many of our members have already begun testing these features out for themselves.

Here at Payza, our goal is to let you pay or get paid your way. No matter where you are in the world, there are a number of different ways to send and receive money via Payza. One of our most popular features is our unique support for Bitcoin. Payza was one of the first payment platforms to introduce cryptocurrency support, first with Bitcoin Withdrawals, which remains one of the easiest ways to buy Bitcoin online, then with Bitcoin Deposits, an equally simple way to sell Bitcoin.

Bitcoin has gotten more popular and more widely used since then – in fact, this week Bitcoin hit a new record high. It was the perfect time for Payza to unveil a wide range of new Bitcoin features, including full Bitcoin currency support, allowing Payza users to hold the cryptocurrency right in their e-wallets.

Exchange Bitcoin to or from Fiat Currency

When Payza began supporting Bitcoin in 2014, users could deposit and withdraw funds from their accounts using Bitcoin, but those funds would always be converted to or from USD and Bitcoin could not be held in their e-wallets. Now with full support for Bitcoin, you can hold Bitcoin balances in your account and freely convert funds between Bitcoin and the fiat currencies that Payza supports.

To Exchange Bitcoin within your Payza account, just follow these steps:

  1. In your Payza account, click on “Wallet” and then on “Manage Balances”.
  2. Select “Exchange Currencies”.
  3. To exchange fiat currency into Bitcoin:
    • Under “Balance” select the currency you’d like to exchange from.
    • Under “Transfer amount” enter the amount in the original currency you’d like to convert into Bitcoin.
    • Under “Transfer to” select “Bitcoin”.
  1. To exchange Bitcoin into fiat currency:
    • Under “Balance” select “Bitcoin”.
    • Under “Transfer amount” enter the amount of Bitcoin that you’d like to convert into a fiat currency.
    • Under “Transfer to” select the currency you’d like to exchange your Bitcoin into.
  1. Click “Next”.
  2. Review the transaction details and click “Confirm”.

On the Exchange Currencies page there is a handy currency calculator on the right hand side of the page where you can view up-to-date currency exchange rates and calculate the value of your currency exchange transaction. Use the currency calculator to help you find the perfect time to make your Bitcoin exchange.

Send Funds by Bitcoin

On top of being able to exchange Bitcoin and hold Bitcoin directly within your Payza account, now you can also send Bitcoin to other Payza members instantly within your Payza account.

To Send Bitcoin, follow these steps:

  1. In your Payza account, click “Send Funds” in the top menu.
  2. Enter the email address of the Payza user you’d like to send funds to.
  3. Enter the amount of Bitcoin you would like to transfer.
  4. Under “Currency” select “Bitcoin”.
  5. Under “Fees” select whether you’d like the recipient to pay the fees (they will be deducted from the total amount sent), or whether you’d like to pay the fees (in addition to the total amount sent).
  6. Review the details, enter your Transaction PIN, and click “Send”.

When you send Bitcoin using Payza, the receiving fees are just 1.2%. That’s lower than the standard receiving fees for other currencies, making Bitcoin a great currency choice for sending and receiving money through Payza.

Bitcoin Wallet Transfers – Send Bitcoin from Payza to other Bitcoin Wallets, or from other Wallets to Payza

You can now transfer Bitcoin between your Payza e-wallet and other Bitcoin Wallets, allowing you to easily add and withdraw Bitcoin from your Payza account.

To Add Bitcoin to your Payza account from a Bitcoin Wallet, follow these steps:

  1. In your Payza account, click “Add Funds” in the top menu, then select “Bitcoin”.
  2. Select whether you’d like the funds to be deposited in Bitcoin or to be converted into USD.
  3. Enter the deposit amount (in Bitcoin), and click “Next”.
  4. Review the details, enter your Transaction PIN, and click “Deposit”.
  5. Payza will provide you with a unique Bitcoin address for you to send your Bitcoins and a set of instructions for completing your transaction.

To Withdraw Bitcoin from your Payza account and send it to another Bitcoin Wallet, follow these steps:

  1. In your Payza account, open “Withdraw Funds” in the top menu, then select “Bitcoin”.
  2. Select Bitcoin as your Payza currency balance, enter the Amount, enter the address of your Bitcoin Wallet, and click “Next”.
  3. Review the details, enter your Transaction PIN, and click “Withdraw”.

With these new features, Payza has become the world’s first e-wallet provider which allows members to use Bitcoin just like any other currency. On top of the newest features, Payza will be unveiling more Bitcoin features in the coming weeks and months, including full cryptocurrency exchange services and Payza Card integration.

Payza is committed to providing versatile payment options for internet users everywhere. New features are introduced all the time as Payza continues to improve services for customers all over the globe.

More Payza Bitcoin options still to come

On top of the features announced today, Payza will be unveiling more Bitcoin and cryptocurrency features in the coming weeks and months. Here is a sneak preview of what to expect:

Full cryptocurrency exchange services: Along with Bitcoin exchanges, Payza members will soon be able to exchange dozens of cryptocurrencies right within their Payza accounts. Buy or sell Litecoin, Dogecoin, Monero, Dash, Ripple, and many more digital currencies using Payza. No other e-wallet service gives you this many options when it comes to cryptocurrency exchanges and Payza is proud to take the lead in this service.

Fund your Payza Card instantly by using Bitcoin: Payza members will soon be able to instantly exchange and transfer Bitcoin to load up their Payza Cards. This new feature will give Payza members a way to instantly convert Bitcoin into fiat currency that can then be used anywhere the Payza Card is accepted: online, in-store, or at most ATMs.