Friday, December 15, 2017

LTC Miner? Initial review

The free version pays out decent number... but not sure really collector... Once I can successfully do a withdrawal, will present the facts here..

The paid versions seem to "pay out" rather fast, like you can get back investment in 5 days or less... that sounds a little too far fetch.. but we'll see....

>>> SCAM for sure... they have algorithm to pay out only fraction of what you put in

Friday, July 28, 2017

Earning Cypto-currencies from scratch

Steps to start earning free Bitcoins

1. sign up for EOBOT account at
2. Products -> Faucet -> (wait) -> (do the solvemedia) -> click on Get Faucet Reward available daily

3. Create a account Or when you use one of the 3 URLs below, it will prompt u to specify your coinpot account, if you dont have one, create one at that point

add the following URLs and add as favourite for easy access

doge coin

BonusBitcoin   <-- signup with same email address

BitFun    (minimum withdraw is 100 DOGE) Hourly

The following Link claimfreecoins is fake, balance lost after almost hitting 400 Doge. - sad. (minimum withdraw is 400 DOGE) every 15 mins

Referral link:
The strategy of making money is detail here

Friday, June 9, 2017

Better Ads Standard - Chrome is changing

Chrome support for the Better Ads Standards

Chrome has always focused on giving you the best possible experience browsing the web. For example, it prevents pop-ups in new tabs based on the fact that they are annoying. In dialogue with the Coalition and other industry groups, we plan to have Chrome stop showing ads (including those owned or served by Google) on websites that are not compliant with the Better Ads Standards starting in early 2018.

Chrome, which holds 54% of the global browser market according to data from StatCounter, already blocks some adverts such as pop-ups, which were the scourge of the internet in the early 00s. From early 2018 it will block any that fall foul of the Better Ads Standard, including, it says, those owned or served by Google itself.

The standards were drawn up after “comprehensive research” involving more than 25,000 participants. On desktop they ban “pop-up ads, autoplaying video ads with sound, prestitial ads with countdown timers and large sticky ads”. On mobile “pop-up ads, prestitial ads, ads with density greater than 30%, flashing animated ads, autoplay video ads with sound, poststitial ads with countdown, full-screen scroll