Now that paypal has an option to buy cryptocurrency, I've been dumping my last few HP earnings into Ethereum. No regrets here! So far a great investment. Have done a lot of research on Ethereum and seems as although cryptocurrency in general is very volatile, Ethereum seems like a fairly safe investment. Anyone else doing this?
Back when Bitcoins were $300 a Bitcoin I thought about buying three or four. Sigh.
"Hindsight is 20/20."
I suppose I still can invest in cryptocurrency now but I still am nervous about this even knowing what I know now.
I might put in a few hundred dollars. Could always use my HubPages earnings as suggested.
I have a Coinbase account setup and secured for when I want to.
I have not, but thanks for the info, I didn't realize it was not an option. I really don't know much about cryptocurrency other than for the last several months I have been using the Brave browser, which pays me in their own form of crypto, just a little bit every month in shared ad revenue ($3 maybe). So far I have just been donating it (an option built into the browser) and that is as much as I know about crypto. Basically, I am slowly getting my feet wet. Maybe I'll work up the courage to create a wallet an try an HP crypto payout. Thanks for the info!
Yes I have been purchasing bitcoin on PayPal with my last two monthly earnings from HubPages. I have been really impressed with the gains so far, and my best sources think Bitcoin will continue its upward march.
Investment is all about diversity but of the cryptos etherium and bitcoin have the best change of having an actual value in the future,
You can buy crypto from anywhere, it is designed to be a currency not limited by any institutions including countries. But some of the intermediaries that will make the purchase easier are limited by country because they are also operating as brokers or banks.
by Rob Hampton 13 days ago
Now that Paypal has the option of buying crypto, I've been dumping my HP earnings into Ethereum. I definitely don't regret it. I don't want to invest in Bitcoin. Ethereum seems to have huge potential, I've done a lot of research. Could be a great opportunity! Who else is doing this?
by x 2 years ago
"Google is banning all bitcoin, ICO, and cryptocurrency ads from June"http://www.businessinsider.com/google-b … ads-2018-3So make the most of it while you still can. Personally, I wouldn't invest time in writing anymore new articles on the subject, but I would sure start updating...
by Jude Ibemere 3 years ago
Between bitcoin and ethereum,which of the two would be a more viable cryptocurrency investment?
by Cardia 3 years ago
Admittedly I don't earn much with the Hubpages Earnings Program - I earn less than a dollar a day. However I noticed since the beginning of this month there was a been a significant drop in my earns per day, they are less than half of what I'm used to getting.It's a little worrying as I already do...
by Marc Hubs 3 years ago
Anyone else not received their earnings payment on time this month?It usually comes at exactly the same time each month (43 mins ago as I write this post) but I'm still waiting which is unusual. I've deducted the Amazon earnings and am still over the threshold for a payment but I've received...
by NiaG 6 years ago
Since things have kind of been changed up has anyone else felt the sting of low views...and longer updating times? Is this just another lull and things will pick back up or do we need to work harder to get more views in?
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