So there's a site where you can create a bitcoin wallet and will deposit
fractional bitcoins into it each hour. You can play games or try to win
a jackpot once you have the wallet:
But first, if you want to create your own wallet, you might want to go
All you need is to give it an e-mail address and create a 10-character
password and you get a bitcoin "address".
Now, if you want to create a working, anonymous e-mail address first,
then you can do that at hushmail.com.
On Sat, 23 Nov 2013 10:47:12 -0500, Home Guy wrote:
Would have been nice if you had mentioned that the URL in your post has a
referral code, and you personally benefit from anyone signing up using
your code. Nothing wrong with you benefiting. But it is wrong not for you
to mention it. Rather spam like, in my opinion.
Additionally, you cross posted your spam to three newsgroups.
There is very little in the way of truly secure email. (why you would
need to be anonymous to open a bit coin account is a different matter).
The NSA has the keys to all of them that have any physical presence in
the US, and most other nations. The ones that refused to comply are shut
down. Hushmail is located in Canada, and has been backdoored by the
provisions of Mutual Legal Assistance treaty with the US.
The above is the last article posted to the once popular site, Groklaw.
Pamala Jones stopped posting new content to the law blog, in protest of,
and rather than have her constitutional right to privacy violated by the
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