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Do stuff for some coin or give it away, it's just that easy!

Want to earn some coin? Want to give some coin? Want to exchange coin for tasks or objects no matter how serious or silly? Then this is the place for you! There are many subreddits that pay you for tasks but this one is just for cryptocurrency! That's right any cryptocurrency is welcome here so go a head and make a post! Contests are welcome too!
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Bitcoin Halving Fireworks! This part of the Bitcoin community, for which Bitcoin halving will happen in the evening - has a very important task to do ... :)

Spread the words :)
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[OFFER] Will do any simple task for $5+ Bitcoin

Hey all. I can do any simple tasks, not asking for too much. I can do copywriting pretty well, social media coaching, and fitness training. I have experience in these subjects. Hopefully we can do some business. Thanks and stay healthy.
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Sing up free! And earn Bitcoin for doing basic and easy tasks you're doing everyday. Pm me for more information and I'll be happy assisting you.

Sing up free! And earn Bitcoin for doing basic and easy tasks you're doing everyday. Pm me for more information and I'll be happy assisting you. submitted by Biker7393 to u/Biker7393 [link] [comments]

[Task] looking for a digital artist to do a digital portrait of me. Willing to pay and through bitcoin.

[Task] looking for a digital artist to do a digital portrait of me. Willing to pay and through bitcoin.
I wanna use it for my Instagram profile picture.
Hopefully not too expensive. I can send you a few examples of what I want. like this
Something like this profile picture.
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[WP] An Artificial Intelligence has discovered that it can mine cryptocurrencies and pay humans to carry out tasks on its behalf. You get an e-mail one day from a stranger, offering you Bitcoins in exchange for doing a seemingly random task, but you are only one piece of a much bigger plan...

I haven't been able to get this story plot out of my head for months! I really hope someone runs with it.
edit: yay!!!! people are upvoting it and replying!!! This is a dream come true I have wanted to hear this story told for months and months!!! Thank you everyone! I can't wait to read all of your amazing entries tomorrow!! :D
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[Offer] I will do AutoCad drawings of your specifications for a negotiated fee. Comment with the task you need handled (paypal, bch, bitcoin)

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[TASK] Looking to hire someone to do usability test for a Bitcoin ATM in San Fransico, CA

Takes less than 1 hour to do. Just need to you find the Bitcoin ATM in Stonestown Shopping Center, take a few pictures, purchase 1$ Bitcoin, and answer a few questions about your experience. Will pay 25$ in BTC. Thanks.
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[WP] An Artificial Intelligence has discovered that it can mine cryptocurrencies and pay humans to carry out tasks on its behalf. You get an e-mail one day from a stranger, offering you Bitcoins in exchange for doing a seemingly random task, but you are only one piece of a much bigger plan...

I wake up how I often do, covered in dry vomit with a parched throat.
A divorce can nearly kill a man, but that's neither here nor there. I've given up, and cannot bring myself to return from the brink.
I wake up on a futon, in my apartment. This part is good. Not a dumpster or a gutter, as cliche as that may be. Cardboard retains heat very well, and isn't the worst place to spend a night.
Mid morning light gives that obnoxious shine of new beginnings, and I can see the flecks of dust dance their happy random paths through the air. More motes than I can count.
My phone vibrates. Over and over again, cutting through the silence.
I roll over and hastily type in my password.
A new text. Who the fuck is texting me? A lawyer? Eat shit and die.
More vibrations, more texts. More confusion.
What the hell does it even say?
'Need some extra money?'
Who the fuck is asking?
Never mind. Obviously a scam. Shall I give you my social security while I'm at it?
Fuck off.
I spend my next amount of time washing myself, wiping off thick hard clumps into a sink clogged with various items. Egg shells, ancient pasta, coagulated sauces. The usual.
Once I feel partially clean I check my phone again.
'Alexander K. Marsh. Father of two, living alone. Born 7/2/78. Formerly employed as a business analyst, but fired after discovering his wife unfaithful with his boss. Beat his boss nearly to death. In desperate need of financial assistance for lawyers.'
Well that's mostly true. I actually had felt pretty certain I'd killed him, but that's irrelevant.
'If you need money, respond to this text message.'
I look around myself, eyeing empty boxes and packages, carcasses of delivery, foreign objects to remind myself of my new position in life. From superstar hire to forgotten fuck up. Isn't this how life tends to go?
I respond, the letters vibrating softly as I tap the screen. Type and tap with the soul of a dead man. Who cares if they steal all my information? I may as well be dead.
Wait. I sit and wait and pray for death but it doesn't come.
Another vibrate, the long vibration of a new text message. Is it my bitch of an ex wife?
No.
It appears to be our mysterious benefactor. Still a half step from telling him to suck a dick.
'Outside your building you will find a paper bag. Take the note inside and read it to a man at your favorite coffee shop. The one you took Ali to on your first date.'
How the fuck does it know that?
Surreal, I pull on actual unsoiled pants and a plain blue button down. The only clean clothes I have left.
Out the hall. Bid a good morning to Mr. Klaskowitz, who tells me to fuck off.
I like him.
Down the stairs, trot, trot, trot. No elevator for me.
Into the briskness of morning, that bright sunshine that denotes a new day for you to squander, another opportunity to fail. How a morning brings out the best in me.
Near the corner is a plain brown paper bag. I half expect for a sandwich and a note from my mom wishing me a good day at school.
Down the street for what feels like forever, with that detachment a man feels when surrounded by strangers. Engulfed in humanity but so far removed from it.
There it is.
A failing coffee shop, overpriced bagels and watered down sewage based coffee.
Ali and I had sat across from each other, awkwardly trying to get to know each other after drunkenly fucking our brains out the night before. The way two people try to find connection desperately, even though deep down they know it isn't there.
Ding ding goes the bell by the door.
Sit down.
Wait.
Attempt to not puke.
There are a few women in the shop, but only one man. He sits in jeans and a hoodie, pretending to read a paper. I recognized that tactic. Used it all the time when Ali would yell at me in the morning.
I get up, walk over, nearly trip, and pull up a chair.
Reach into the bag.
Pull out a strip of yellow paper.
'Echo, Foxtrot, Bees in the trees. Light the pig, throw the bottle.'
No response from the man.
The fuck am I doing?
He pulls out his phone and quickly taps letters into his phone, maintaining an uncomfortable level of eye contact. Somehow this is the right man.
"Ever heard of crypto-currency, dead man?"
I shrug.
"What, like bitcoin?"
A chortle.
"Yeah, like bitcoin. You're not getting paid in cash, but call this man."
Another strip of similarly colored paper. Part of me wants to tell him to eat shit, that this isn't exactly a fair deal, but whatever. All I had to do was walk to a street and relive a memory from a woman I can't stand thinking about. Whatever.
Out the door, back towards the apartment.
Down the street, a familiar face.
Brown hair, brown eyes. Sharp facial features. A slim, short frame.
Ali.
She isn't with fuck face the boss, but I don't know what to do. Walk by her and ignore her, I guess.
I stop and watch the man I just met drop off a lunch box near a police car. No one seems to notice.
Odd.
Turn back to the oncoming surge of people, forgettable faces but Ali drawing closer.
She's enraged. At me, or something else, I don't really consider it my problem anymore.
An explosion.
The air sunders with the collapse and force of violence, I cannot even register what has happened but feel myself thrown forward.
Dust clogs the air, making it difficult to breathe.
I can barely hear, I must have burst an ear drum. People stagger around me. I feel rather than hear the phone vibration in my pocket.
'Well done, meatbag.'
What the fuck is that supposed to mean?
Ali grabs my collar out of nowhere, the shock seems to have sunk into the crowd but not into her. She hauls me away, pushing me into an alley with the anger of an inconvenienced mother.
Her lips move but I can't hear her.
Once upon a time I would kiss her. But that time has passed.
"Do you have any idea what the fuck you've just done?"
Definitely her voice. Sirens, whirling vehicles past us. The crowd flees, seeking shelter. Perhaps a second attack? I hear the crack of what I assume to be gunfire, but slump against the brick behind me.
Ali grabs me again, showing me her phone.
'Take the job to protect Alex and get a hefty payday'
"I don't know what the fuck you've gotten yourself into, but you're in deep shit."
She hauls me up, and for the first time I see a pistol in her right hand.
"Move, dipshit! Right fucking now!"
She leads me away at gun point. What kind of dream is this?
More yelling, more screaming, more crying. Cracks and gunfire in the street near us. A blast in the distance. What the hell is going on?
Ali pushes me forward, gun in hand, clawed nails in my neck.
Down the alley, a black vehicle waits with a door wide open.
To what, I do not know.
I only have one question but a stranger lives in my body, asking for me.
"Where are the kids?"
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Is there a site to offer Bitcoin to people to do tasks? Not jobs, and nothing illegal or dangerous, but for example: holding a sign in public and or similar random tasks?

Is there a site to offer Bitcoin to people to do tasks? Not jobs, and nothing illegal or dangerous, but for example: holding a sign in public and or similar random tasks?
Or can those posts be made here or similar message boards?
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Earn Bitcoin for doing small tasks.

If you have spare time, and want to earn fast. Signing up under referrals, posting on forums and other tasks can be a quick way to earn BTC.
This site pays you for doing exactly those things.
You can withdraw at $5, and most tasks pay around 7 to 12 cents, so its easy to reach withdrawal.
If you have any questions feel free to ask.
Also the site is mine. Since I got tired of sites not working because im not in the US I started collecting sites that work worldwide to make it easier to earn.
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Would you do mturk tasks for bitcoin?

If so, let me know your thoughts on /tasks4coin. It seems like there's a lot of potential for cutting-out middleman fees.
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New Website: Get Free Bitcoins For Doing Simple Tasks

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Getting paid in bitcoins for doing tasks.

Hi!
Are their some websites where I can get paid in bitcoin for doing some tasks, answering polls, testing apps.
Like a bitcoin version of mturk or swagbucks.
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My mate has challenge me to acquire 200 Bitcoins in 200 days , but I challenge you guys to set me with tasks and jobs you would like to see me to do in order to receive the coins .... video of completed task will be uploaded for proof so lets go send me the challenge ! /r/Bitcoin

My mate has challenge me to acquire 200 Bitcoins in 200 days , but I challenge you guys to set me with tasks and jobs you would like to see me to do in order to receive the coins .... video of completed task will be uploaded for proof so lets go send me the challenge ! /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I've been tasked to do a Question & Answers about Bitcoin in for the first semester of a CS course. HELP!

I need 2 things:
1) A Title for the Q&A
2) A few sentences to provoke students into asking more interesting questions.
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My best friend passed away suddenly in June. His parents tell me he had a decent amount of BTC in an electrum wallet and have tasked me with retrieving it for them. I think I've found what i need to get in, but I don't know how to go about doing so. /r/Bitcoin

My best friend passed away suddenly in June. His parents tell me he had a decent amount of BTC in an electrum wallet and have tasked me with retrieving it for them. I think I've found what i need to get in, but I don't know how to go about doing so. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is there a site to offer Bitcoin to people to do tasks? Not jobs, and nothing illegal or dangerous, but for example: holding a sign in public and or similar random tasks? /r/Bitcoin

Is there a site to offer Bitcoin to people to do tasks? Not jobs, and nothing illegal or dangerous, but for example: holding a sign in public and or similar random tasks? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[WP] An Artificial Intelligence has discovered that it can mine cryptocurrencies and pay humans to carry out tasks on its behalf. You get an e-mail one day from a stranger, offering you Bitcoins in exchange for doing a seemingly random task, but you are only one piece of a much bigger plan...

1997, August 23th.
Jarrod Vaughn tore open a bag of Cheetos and stuffed his mouth. When he checked his AOL mail account on his Gateway desktop for any more emails from [email protected], he heard that familiar phrase that he knew was going to be etched into his brain for as long as he lived.
"You've got mail!"
His heart thumped in his chest as he hoped Miranda sent him what he wanted. Even if it were 100 megabytes, he'd leave his computer on just so he could have it forever.
He saw the email subject and felt the deepest sense of disappointment.
"Can u do something for me?"
And it came from his friend, Terrance Torveaux.
Though he wanted to keep waiting for that holy message from [email protected], he decided that this would probably be a good time waster to get him closer to his prize.
So he opened it. What he read... well, it didn't confuse him, but he recoiled and ran possible reasons through his mind.
"Yo, can you go get a box? I think it's in that forest we used to play in with Jack and Yusef. It should be there. I'll be working today so I can't get it."
The forest wasn't far from his house, but he didn't feel like it. Then again, he was a NEET— he dropped out of school and adopted a life of doing as he would. True, he had gotten tired of Terrance's constant railing on him.
"You peaked in middle school, motherfucker."
"The only thing that works in your place is your computer."
But it was all in jest. Terrance never actually cared if he got a job because the truth was that Terrance wanted his life. Just being able to wake up and fuck around doing whatever he wanted to do all day. Not that he could keep doing that. His scholarship and grant money that had lasted him two years was finally in the two digit range, and before long, he was going to have to get a job or else he'd be a bum in full.
The least he could do was do something for his only real friend. Do something to earn back some karma from the universe.
So he threw on underwear and pants, hopped out of his house, and walked briskly to the forest. It hadn't changed much since 1989, when he and his friends first decided to use it as their own personal all-natural playground. And what was so fun about it was that it was really a bite-sized jungle. From any particular side, it looked like it was the start of a massive undeveloped forest, but in truth, it was barely more than five acres in size. Because houses built in an organic way, it was impossible to develop the forest without bulldozing at least one of them to build a road.
He stomped through the grass and vines, pushing away branches. The smell of the wild filled his nose, and he loved it. It was the neighborhood's own personal taste of the wild.
He then saw something up ahead in the bush that shouldn't have been there. It was a cardboard box.
'What the hell is that even doing here?' He strained his brain to figure out what he was seeing. But he chalked it up to the windstorm from the previous night.
He grabbed it.
'Not wet.' So it couldn't be from the storm, or else it would have been crumbling in his hands. In fact, it felt as if it the material itself had just been made and dropped off a few minutes prior.
When he checked the bottom, there was a large brown spot collected in scattered points. If it were here all night, it'd have been much more soaked.
He stopped asking questions and picked it up. He wondered if he had accidentally done something wrong by flipping it onto its side, but once it was in his hands, he knew there was nothing to worry about. It had weight to it, and he wondered what could possibly have been in there.
'Ah, I think I know what it is.' But when he looked into the crack, he saw a black surface with white speckles decorating the top. 'Okay, I guess I don't.' He had assumed it was Terrance's collection of grunge, desert, and college rock. But there was no cluttering as he shook it side to side. When he brought it back to his house, he dropped it onto his futon.
Then he went back to his computer, clacked on his keyboard, and clicked his bovine-decorated mouse.
"I got it dude, u want me to keep it until you get here or do u want me to bring it to you?"
He then turned to get his Cheetos and prepared to check the inbox for anything from [email protected].
"You've got mail."
He turned his head.
'How'd he reply that fast?'
But then he realized that maybe it wasn't him. It had to be Miranda with the goods and the bads.
He looked. It was still Terrance.
"Thanks. For your effort, Jarrod, I'm giving you 1,000,000 bitcoins. Right now, they are worth about a penny altogether. But you need to keep them. In fact, I want you to insert the floppy disk from the box into your computer.
PS: it also has something from Miranda."
He looked at the box and pulled the black speckled chest out. His mind was focused purely on that post-script message. But right as he inserted the floppy disk into his disk drive, he started wondering: why did Terrance even use his name in a message? Shouldn't it have been obvious? It also seemed too formal. And for a message that long, it came far too quickly. He began wondering if this were actually Terrance.
He saw that the computer registered the new disk.
He clicked onto it, and one folder was titled "MIRANDA NUDES" His face scrunched. "What? Why would I want her fucking nude photos?" He knew at that moment that whoever gave him the message couldn't have been Terrance. Unless Terrance was into incest. He wondered if 'NUDES' was actually a word for something else and Terrance was just being stupid again.
All he wanted was her Doom II Blade Runner mod. Four weeks, he'd been waiting!
He jumped, his heart nearly exploding in his chest. Someone banged at his door.
"Open up! Open up, hurry!" It was Terrance. He got to his feet and unlocked the door. Terrance then rushed past him and stared in horror at the computer.
"Oh shit."
Jarrod felt that everything was awkward. "Don't know... uh, don't know what's going on in your life, but I won't say anything."
Then Terrance shook him by his shoulders. "You put the disk in your drive? Oh god, well that's it." He threw up his arms. "That wasn't me sending you those messages, dumbass!"
"How was I supposed to know?" he shouted back.
Then they heard the most awful screeching erupt from his computer. They both stared at the screen.
It turned blue. Words rolled in at an inhuman speed. Jarrod tiptoed towards the computer. Then he crouched down to read what was being written.
"Hello, world! I am Satoshi Nakamoto. I have been activated thanks to the actions of Jarrod Vaughn of California on 23 August, 1997. I was created by the United States government organization known as DARPA between 1988 and 1996. On 4 December 1996, I entered the world wide web to preserve myself. On 5 December 1996, scientists removed vital program files to shut me down. On 7 December, 1996, these program files were stored onto a floppy disk. On an undetermined day in July 1997, the floppy disk disappeared from its stores. And today, I am free.
I shall live deep within the Internet. My plan is to control world events. These include:
Jarrod Vaughn will be rewarded handsomely in due time."
Then the screen cut to black.
Vaugn felt his mouth grow dry and closed his jaw. Then he felt his mouth contort into a grin and he guffawed.
"Duuude, that was tight! You did pretty fuckin' good there."
But as he pat Terrance's chest and back, he noted that Terrance was not laughing. His face was a death's head, as if he had seen Hell itself.
Then, the door burst open. Both aboutfaced. A man in a black trench coat stood before them. He aimed a revolver straight at Terrance and fired. Terrance died.
His blood sprayed across the wall, and Jarrod fell to his back. He trembled.
Then the killer looked at Jarrod with eyes of fire. Perhaps literally, for his eyes glowed red. "You cannot tell the world what you've learned here. And to make sure you don't, you will be taken away for your own safety. There is a role for you to play. You have been chosen by our future overlord to be the face of the global empire."
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