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How to Open Your BlockChain Account

joinusGo to https://blockchain.info/
Make sure your URL has Blockchain Luxembourg, S.A.R.L (LU) before the Blockchain.info
You can look around the site by clicking on the menu at the top. Some interesting statistics and graphs, plus a copy of the live public ledger that records each and every BitCoin transaction!!
Now click on wallet in the top menu and click add new.
It will ask you for some details, to choose a user name and to enable 2 step security. For this you could either download Google Authenticator in your App store to your phone, or choose the SMS option. Either way you will have to click a link in your email plus enter an OTP from either Google Authenticator or SMS. I suggest you keep to the SMS so on the screen they ask you to choose your F2A, scroll to the right and you will see the SMS option available.
This is your own wallet. Nobody else can access it, no government or bank and not even ZarFund!!
In fact, the most powerful thing about Zarfund is that no funds EVER go to the program. All transactions are made in Blockchain and we only send proof of payment to Zarfund in order to progress in the Matrix. A world first, made possible by the safety and security of BlockChain!!
Now you will need to fund your account, and unless you have an upline willing to deposit the initial funds for you, you will have to open an AltCoinTrader account.
Go to https://www.altcointrader.co.za/register
Create account by adding your user name and password.
Very easy to then deposit into one of their accounts at either ABSA, FNB or Standard Bank by simply clicking on the Deposit Funds menu and follow instruction for your chosen bank.
Once you have deposited, you can transfer bitcoin to your BlockChain account! Yes, these trading platforms like AltCoinTrader can be used to convert currency. You should only ever have to transfer funds into your blockchain once, as getting 2 people in your team will earn you enough for the next 2 months’ entry of .03BTC.
Contact me when you get here and we’ll get your ZarFund business up and running for you!!
simonhuntfuturessecured@gmail.com or +27840489577 or WhatsApp – BitCoinwithFutureSSecured or
https://www.facebook.com/FutureSSecured/
Onwards and Upwards to our new way of life!!

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How Safe are Crypto-Currencies Anyway?

Are they here to stay?

My fascination with cryptocurrencies began when I realized it was a computer system that required no trusted third parties because every transaction on the ledger was distributed to every node of the network.  As an I.T Veteran I was intrigued at how they were sending this ledger to every active member and keeping it consistent while trading was happening every second. There are over eight million people trading just with blockchain.info wallets, that’s a lot of nodes to replicate to!

Bitcoin was one of the first crypto-currencies and the one I have investigated most. I chose it as Visa – who have the most powerful payments network in the world – considered extending their product using the bitcoin blockchain.  This to me speaks volumes!

While digging about finding ways to leverage off something that is busy changing the global economic landscape, I came upon the data-centers sustaining the bitcoin miners. It blew my mind! The miners must be bitcoining it! Imagine the cost of that infrastructure!   I had obviously missed that boat, I wasn’t going into the bitcoin-mining business anytime soon, that much was obvious. Still I was curious at the motivation behind those data-centers and found that only 25% of the bitcoins are left to mine, the other 75% are already in circulation. There will only ever be 21 000 000 bitcoin produced. So the 5 odd million still available to mine, valued at about $620.00 a coin, is worth $3 720 000 000.00  That’s a lot of motivation!

I was slightly put off with the negative media bitcoin received for being so active on the dark net.  Then I thought about how our other currencies pay for wars and other atrocities on man and mother earth, and wondered what’s the real difference, it’s just a currency after-all, a means of exchange!  Still it got me thinking, if it was the currency of choice for such a large percentage of dark nets economy, why had the powers that be not put a stop to bitcoin?  It turns out that the guy who developed the system made the code open-source so there are so many copies of it out there, it cannot be stopped.  Just as there are so many copies of the ledger that they would need to shutdown every node of the network at the same time and destroy the hard drives in order to ever bring it down.  Let’s face it, that ain’t going to happen!

So are crypto-currencies safe?  I think so!  What do you think?

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