Bitcoin faucets have traditionally been a popular way for newcomers to Bitcoin to get their first small amounts of Bitcoin. Find a good faucet rotator and you could theoretically earn a decent amount of Bitcoin by remembering to hit the faucets every hour or so.
One potential problem with this, though, is that faucets are sometimes accused of being scams designed purely to earn advertising fees for the owners with no intention of ever actually paying out.
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Bitcoin generators sound like the easy way to mine on your laptop. You just plug your Bitcoin address into the website and let it use your laptop’s processing power to mine a specified amount of Bitcoin. Are they legit, though?
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If the Bitcoin Civil War proved anything, it’s that scalability is a major issue for users who want Bitcoin to fill its promise of making transactions both cheap and fast.
Bitcoin isn’t really ready to compete with credit cards yet because there’s a terrible transaction backlog and the fees are getting too high to really do a good job of competing with Western Union.
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About half of all Americans know somebody who struggles with an addiction problem. Statistics show that the struggle continues even after an addict has been through rehab: As many as 97% of recovering addicts relapse within 5 years.
What’s missing from the recovery equation that causes so many addicts to relapse again and again?
According to the team behind the Hayver app, the problem is that rehab programs lack the ability to provide a long-term support system after the recovering addict leaves the rehab center.
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Can the blockchain and cryptocurrency niche improve healthcare? Many blockchain insiders may be like, “Duh, of course it can.” Blockchain apps could theoretically handle anything from improving the efficiency of keeping up with record-keeping requirements, to tracking supply chains that are so complicated that fraudulent health care products are a major concern, to improving the chances that recovering drug addicts will still be clean and sober five years from now.
These three current or upcoming ICOs are on track to bring cryptocurrencies and blockchain apps to the health care niche. Here’s the Top Three ICO Altcoins for Health – Can the Blockchain Improve Healthcare?
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