As you’ll know from my other recent posts, I’ve invested some money with GAW Miners and their Hashlets for cloud mining altcoins. These pay out about 0.9% (just under 1%) per day, so they look to be a good place for long-term investment. They also have a thriving community and it’s there that I first learned of LTCGear, the subject of this review.
Litecoin Gear (LTCGear) have been around for well over a year, a pretty long time where Bitcoin/cryptocurrency companies are concerned. Initially the owner sold FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) scrypt mining hardware to customers. But …

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I’ve spent the last several days researching different ways of getting Bitcoins. It’s been a long slog as there’s a lot of sites to wade through, and in posts to follow are the ways I’ve come across, with their pros and cons.

Buying Bitcoins, as it turns out, isn’t easy. Well, not if you’re outside the USA. And when you do get some Bitcoins, you need a wallet to keep them in.

The exchanges are the obvious places to start but these require you to provide proof of who you say you are, so that means providing copies of government-issued …

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