Buying SEO Services For E-Money

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“It is not wrong to think that the traditional buying of a product has been replaced with an unwritten contract of shared values between a business and its customers.” David Amerland, author, speaker, analyst (Google Search Engine)    IT-jobs are among the most popular offered for bitcoins and the other crypto. No surprise, the market is growing dynamically and the web-services are needed more than ever. Some time ago SEO companies were reluctant to introducing digital currencies as an alternative payment method. Luckily, the situation is changing in favour of customers using crypto. There are certain advantages in applying cryptocurrencies for both the SEO companies and their clients: first and foremost the higher demand, higher competitiveness, lower transaction fees and the ability to foresee the trends in the market. In fact, many SEO services and their clients are strong virtual currency enthusiasts, and apart from getting their main job done promote virtual currency exchanges on a regular basis. Let’s see who’s willing to improve your SEO for bitcoin and the like: SEObitcoin.com seobitcoin.com is an official SEO Bitcoin vendor, who can provide you with a SEO analysis, help to optimize search engine and other digital services with a package of …

Bitcoin Advocates Back Petition for BitLicense Safe Harbor Provision

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More than 70 digital currency industry businesses, executives and advocates are backing a petition that calls for the easing or eradication of allegedly onerous components of New York’s BitLicense proposal. Submitted as part of a recently closed public comment period, the measure has so far garnered support from companies such as Coinbase,Blockstream, BitPay, Circle and Ripple Labs, as well as notable developers and venture capitalists. Overall, the petition seeks to convey the argument that it is “unreasonable” for the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) to apply its provisions equally across the industry, arguing that creators of open-source protocols, micropayments providers, security intermediaries and smaller entrepreneurs should be excluded from certain coverage. Penned by Coin Center’s Aaron Wright and Yale Law School’s Elizabeth Stark, the authors are still collecting signatures in an effort to galvanize attention around the issue. Stark told CoinDesk: “The goal here was to bring a substantial part of the community to one proposal as opposed to different proposals so that there’s strength in numbers.” Stark and Wright were inspired to put together the proposal due to what Stark called their shared interest in Internet history and the belief that safe harbor policies such as this played an instrumental …

Factom Raises $140k in First Day of ‘Software Sale’

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Factom has raised 579 BTC, or roughly $140,000, through the first day of its crowdsale. The blockchain-based record-keeping network launched its crowdsale yesterday at 17:00 UTC on decentralized application platform Koinify, offering 2,000 Factoid tokens (FACTs) for every 1 BTC pledged by prospective users. The pricing values Factoids at the same initial asking price as Ethers, the token sold during decentralized publishing platform Ethereum’s 2014 crowdsale that eventually garnered upwards of $12.7m. Factom Foundation board chairman David Johnston pointed to the fact that the project had sold more than 1m facts in the first day as another indicator of its success. Johnston told CoinDesk: “I believe this first day of software sales for Factom shows there is strong interest in technology that is focused on scaling the blockchain and providing its features of transparency and honesty to whole new categories of businesses.” The $140,000 in first-day sales surpasses the $111,000 decentralised messaging service GetGems raised during the first two weeks of its invite-only sale, the first to be held on Koinify’s platform last December. Upon launch, Factoids will serve as the payment method users will need to communicate with Factom’s servers. Factoids will run on their own blockchain within Factom. The “early bird” …

MBIT CASINO REVIEW – Exclusive Offer! Get a 1 BTC Welcome Bonus

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MBIT CASINO REVIEW One of the newest additions into the equally new and growing world of Bitcoin casinos is mBit Casino, trying to get on the bandwagon that is supposed to save the online casino players from the growing restrictions that countries across the world impose on the traditional online casino industry. mBit Casino has successfully transferred the same online casino experience to which we are used to. This is done by ensuring fair play with off-shore license issued by a reputable licensing jurisdiction and certified games, all to give players the same competitive opportunities and chances for big wins as standard online casinos. mBit Casino is a brand owned and operated by mBet Solutions N.V., which is licensed in Curacao. MBIT CASINO BONUS New players at mBit are welcomed with a 100% 1 BTC (one bitcoin) on their first deposit. Players can simply sign up here and en contact support in the bottom right corner of the website and ask for the bonus. DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE mBit Casino has a nice and flowing design that follows the latest standards in web design. The website is really cool to gaze upon, and the people behind the casino have made a great …

Bitreserve Tool Lets You Watch Bitcoin Transactions in Real-Time

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Bitreserve has launched Changemoney.org, a real-time visualisation tool to show its users how money is held, used and transferred on its platform. The microsite enables users to filter the results by currencies and plots the data on a 3D interactive globe, offering behind-the-scenes insight into activities. At press time, the site showed that the storage platform held $1,259,153 in bitcoin in its wallets. Speaking about the launch, Halsey Minor, founder and CEO, said that the new tool was in line what he believed to be the tenets of digital currency – inclusion, fairness and transparency. The CEO and CNET founder, said that he hoped Changemoney.org would help more people understand the power and potential of digital money, adding: “Change money and the unbanked can become banked. Immigrants and the working poor can keep more of their hard-earned pay. Small businesses and startups can compete on a level payments playing field against corporate giants.” “Change money and the black-box model of today’s banking sector can be replaced with a glass-house model defined by real-time transparency,” he concluded. Currency additions The platform has also added two more currencies, the Indian rupee and the Mexican peso, raising the total available to eight, after its …