CC TO BTC/ETH PRIVATE METHOD by Blackhat Pakistan
Connect 911 to your state IP. Make sure the IP’s green.
- Visit https://freewallet.org/buy
- Enter the amount and your wallet address. (Choose USD currency)
- Click on proceed and You Are redirected to Another site Enter CH Details Then hit Continue A OTP sent to Your Mail for verification, Enter OTP and
- The payment page will ask for your Full name, billing address, phone number, and card details.
Don’t enter random things over there.
Don’t copy-paste the details.
- Hit proceed after filling in the details and the site will start processing your card.
If the card has a balanced site will instantly show the success page.
Hit low first then go big.
For example hit $50-80 at the first, then increase it to $100-200 depending on the card balance.
Also read: VENMO CARDING/CASHOUT METHOD 2022
The funds drop instantly into your wallet with a full confirmation.
Bin:- CreditUnion (works better)
What is bitcoin?
Investors and journalists compare today’s fashion for investing in cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin) to the American gold rush in the mid-19th century. Others compare the mania for digital currency to the Dutch tulip craze in the 18th century.
Time will tell how long bitcoin and similar digital currencies will last, whether they will become the new gold standard or fade into oblivion just like the tulip craze has gone in Holland.
Digital currencies, or cryptocurrencies, are electronic monetary units that are generated by networks of computers and that are used instead of traditional currencies.
Paying with digital currency is not the same as paying with a credit or debit card, PayPal, or ApplePay – all of these payment systems turn to traditional currencies such as US dollars, British pounds, and Chinese yuan.
A unit of digital currency has a value that is determined in the process of exchanging traditional currencies and goods for units of digital currency on special currency exchanges on the Internet, such as BitPay. The work of these exchanges is somewhat similar to PayPal but is in no way associated with this company.
The value of traditional currencies, commodities, and gold is determined based on national and international banking standards.
Digital currency generation
Cryptocurrency is generated by a distributed network of computers united in a closed Internet community; computers execute a set of complex cryptographic algorithms, resulting in cryptocurrency in the form of digital monetary units. They can only be paid within digital communities; individuals and organizations can open accounts (so-called wallets) in specialized communities.
Community founders limit the amount of currency that can be generated by computers that support community transactions. The collective event to create a currency for the community is called the Initial Coin Offering.
Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency, and at the same time, it is one of the first cryptocurrencies for which a certain release limit was originally set.
The person known under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto organized this cryptocurrency and founded the technology for its generation and management, in 2008 Nakamoto set the maximum number of bitcoins generated by a distributed network of computers at 21 million. Such a restriction on the supply of bitcoins ensures the demand for the monetary unit, which, as a result, grows in price.
At the end of August 2017, the established market value of bitcoin was almost $5,000 per bitcoin. This is much higher than the price of gold, which at that time was about $1,300 per ounce.
However, 2 weeks after this peak, the price of bitcoin fell to about $3,000.
Those who invested real money in bitcoin in mid-August and did not exit the market before the fall lost about 40% of their investments.
With its status as the world’s most popular digital currency, bitcoin has become a standard in its own right, as have the well-known currency exchanges on Wall Street, London, and Japan.
At the same time, the bitcoin exchange rate falls when problems arise in the markets of other digital currencies. For example, at the end of August, bitcoin fell sharply as other cryptocurrencies lost the support of the Chinese government after a period of frighteningly explosive growth in China during 2017.
The Chinese government was afraid of the development of complex financial pyramids associated with cryptocurrency exchanges, which had monetary units like bitcoin.
As a result, the government of the country ordered the closure of exchanges such as BTCC, Okcoin, and Huobi by the end of September 2017. This created a panic in all the world’s digital currency exchanges, which led to a rapid fall in the price of bitcoin.
Since bitcoin has exhibited volatility that is uncharacteristic of gold and traditional currencies, its chances of becoming a global standard in the foreseeable future have become significantly lower.