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BDFL - Memuneh
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# 255594 19-Aug-2019 23:13
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Because of the couple of discussions around here about crypto coins, I've decided to check my Coinbase account... To my surprise I saw a link to "earn" coins by watching instructions videos. It took me about an hour total but at the end I had US$90... So not bad for an evening.



Here is the thing... You need to have a Coinbase account and be authenticated. You can then watch the videos. Some coins don't have any balance left, but I got DAI (they also put a couple of dollars worth of ETH in your account to try the tutorial for creating DAI), EOS, XLM and BAT. I then converted all to BTC and moved to my wallet.


If you just join then you get that... If you login and then visit the site using my links below then I get a few extra dollars for the referrals.


Earns $2 EOS per video (five videos total): 
Earns $2 XLM per video (five videos total): 


(I only get dollars for the first four in each link so for those using the first one, post below so people know to use the other once there are four use).


Enjoy the free money - whatever I got today will pay a couple of lunches...



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  # 2304268 22-Aug-2019 21:39
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I just used the second link, but they've put me on a waitlist to watch all the videos.

BDFL - Memuneh
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  # 2304269 22-Aug-2019 21:42
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Whoa... I think I was lucky to get in at the right time. I don't usually visit Coinbase, but wanted to change my password then I saw the invite to watch then.


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