Joined: Jan '13
Age: 50 (F)
well guys thru all the adventure seeking a good investment thru internet i take all my time from that stupid bitcoins sites i waste my time over a year from now and the badnews is nothing happens instead losing electricity,paying internet bills is what will be the outcome .today im giving my loyalty to this sites which lives long year service same as the player .well it might be a none related from u but maybe coming back from where u started is a good chance to start again and thank you for understanding gosh weak english sorry guys..
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 42 (M)
Welcome back to the BankrollMob forum, superthight! We are all delighted that you have rejoined us and hope that the benefits of forum membership will meet your expectations. We are confident you will be an invaluable asset to the BankrollMob community.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Welcome back superthight. You have been sorely missed. I trust you have gained wise experience from your adventures in Bitcoin land and will use that experience to good effect in the world of real money and real things. Looking forward to seeing you at the tables sometime soon. Good luck.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 40 (F)
One year "meshing" with bitcoins is quite some time. There was an interesting thread in here about bitcoins, look for it. But i doubt you will find some new information there, since with the amount of time you have spent so far you must know the most, if not all of it Welcome back.
Welcome back ... it seems to me that the idea with Bitcoin will not bring you income ... you missed the five - seven years ... then it was still possible to make money, but in the present time it is not already running that look .... something new, not yet very popular, and suddenly you're lucky
I welcome and welcome. I don't know how many you wanted to earn on Bitcoin, but if I had a good computer, then could receive so much, as much as possible. Because this cryptocurrency firmly costs and even periodically grows up as my practice has shown. But I love poker more, and bitcoin as an additional hobby.
Well, the bitcoin itself is probably going to go up by a lot in the next year or so. So just buying bitcoins and leaving it in your wallet could be a good investment, if you can spare the money short term.
Mining it is a whole different ball game though, unless you're in a good pool and get lucky maybe! Good luck superthight