15 Sep 2018

Google changed coding?

One of the traffic sources I use, a traffic exchange called Members Rule (a pretty good one), had this following warning on the frontpage their site:

ALERT! Google Chrome Browser has changed their browser coding,
 it's no longer Compatible with most exchanges.
Prize pages clicked... Don't work, etc....

FireFox works fine! as with IE or any other browsers. 

What they have done, I don't know, - I can't find any accurate descriptions on Google (duh) -  but in reality this is a good explanation as any to why I lately have had so many problems on the different sites I use.

If any of you guys know more, please let me know.

2 Sep 2018

Funny numbers... and not so funny twitter.

When I did my normal roll over in the free BTC-faucet Freebitco.in, I once again, ended up with what I at the moment saw as a funny number:

This happens every so often, and almost every time I think about some strange things relating to numerology and the universe... yes, I know - I should get some medication for that.

However, I tried to post the screenshot I took on twitter, but apparently my funny numbers was I violation to something, have no idea what, but I ended up getting spam-warnings and a code-warning. Right now I don't like twitter, this happen way too often there, but if you still do you can look me up on @bempamarketing.

Useless ranting, perhaps, but every now and then we all need to rant a bit.

29 Jul 2018

Free Cryptos With Faucets

Bitcoin faucets are a great way to obtain cryptocurrency if you don’t have the funds to invest in Bitcoin, but still want to invest in this growing asset. Who knows what Bitcoin will be worth in a couple of years, but my bet is it will be worth much.

You all may know what a faucet is by now, but if you don't; A “faucet” is a term used in the cryptocurrency world. It means a place where you can go to claim a small amount of crypto. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different faucets out there. Many of them are scams, and a bunch are real.

Currently I use 9 different faucets on a daily basis, all proven to pay on time;
  FreeBitco.inCointiply, Bonus Bitcoin, Bit Fun, Moon Bitcoin all mine bitcoins (BTC), and Moon Dogecoin, Moon Cash, Moon Dash and Moon Litecoin for a few others (their names pretty much tell you what they are mining).

With those nine faucets I currently make a bit over a dollar per day, from the basic faucet claims, and a bunch of more from the extras (BTC now at $8,198.99). It doesn't sound much, but when you ad it all up on a yearly basis it gives you a nice sum of extra cash. Most of the faucets have extra ways for you to earn more, Cointiply is one of the best in this field.

All you need to sign up for the faucet is an email address and a computer. Never give away your ID, address or any payment information to any faucet.

25 Jul 2018

Verifying SSL certificates

Standard transmission on the internet is way too unsecured, simply because of the open and decentralized infrastructure in its very nature. This means that communication is an easy target for eavesdropping. Business on the Internet is growing, the need for privacy, data integrity and confidentiality becomes critical, since business transactions typically involve sensitive information as personal data and payment card details.

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard cryptographic protocol and security technology used for securing communications on the Internet and support authenticating of the communicating parties, SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser.

The other day, when I briefly wrote about the problems the faucet site Cointiply have had recently, I was in such a hurry I completely forgot to mention the tool I use to check those SSL certificates.
I use a free tool called SSL-labs, provided by Qualys, to check those sites I for some reason find suspicious or that seem to have a strange problem they should not have.

 Qualys SSL-labs

22 Jul 2018

Cointiply - Security problem?

Last week the bitcoin-faucet Cointiply had an issue with their certifikation. On some ISPs this problem i still showing up, since the old certificate is still cached.

However, you should have no worries pushing on and entering the site. Cointiply is still trusted and secure. Oh, and by the way, I have gotten paid lots already :)

23 Apr 2018

Cointiply - seem like a nice BTC faucet

Cointiply is a new next-gen Bitcoin faucet. Users earn free Bitcoin by interacting and completing tasks. The only requirement is that you have a Bitcoin, FaucetHub or DOGE address to send payments to. They promise they also will be adding new payout options in the near future, not that you really need it.

In Cointiply you will earn coins through the faucet every hour from 50 coins to 100000 coins. Other than the regular faucet you can earn money by playing games (I really like some of those), watching videos, completing offers and even through browser mining.

These coins you earn, are pegged to the dollar (10,000:1), so your earnings remain consistent. (Coins are now worth more than 1 satoshi with BTC being below $10K). The reason for this is the fact that Bitcoins markets are very volatile, and many of the ad networks and offerwalls pay in fiat currency (i.e. dollars). These guys pay out in Coins pegged to the dollar to keep the costs constant. This protects both us, the users and the upholders of Cointiply, because everyone involved knows how much they are earning on a dollar basis.


13 Apr 2018

Penny stock, or cent stock - in weed!?

Penny stocks, also known as cent stocks in some countries, are common shares of small public
companies that trade at low prices per share. And yes, penny stocks have a really bad reputation, Prosecutors and the Federal Bureau of Investigation say that fraud is widespread in the penny stock market. Even though the penny stock companies are small, the scams that involve them can be for tens of millions of dollars.

And here is a fun one for you: There is a big penny stock market in the weed industry!

Yes, that's right. And I Am serious, even if I haven.t tried that market myself. Yet. However, I did get a report, cost me a whopping 87 cent, that gives a really good insight in this, to me, obscure business! Fun to read, and boy do I get cheap points at parties!

The report is a quick, fun read. You'll get the background of 8 different stock, how high the writer of it think the stock can go and much more. In addition to the report that highlights these "weed stocks" with claimed untapped potential, you'll also claim a full 30 day trial to the authors buy and sell alert newsletter for cheap penny stocks "Microcap Millionaires". (Penny stocks are also referred to as microcap stocks).

Have a go at it, the report that is, is my advice. Almost free fun, as I said. AND, perhaps you'll learn something new, I know I did.and still am!