Top 5 Best Namecoin (NMC) Wallet Reviewed

around $60 in about a week and a half, $49 of that from one site.

Opinion Outpost fillout surveys for points, redeem points for paypal, amazon gift cards, frequent flyer miles, a couple of others that i don't recall cause i only cash out to paypal. 100 pts = $1 on paypal, and most surveys are around 15-25 pts, plus every so often you'll get bonus pts. i've earned and successfully cashed out $49 in a little over a week. no referral system to worry about, about an hour a day should be fine, i keep doin surveys til i run out for the day. heads up, a couple of them will say stuff like "select 3 out of 10 for this" just to make sure you aren't clicking wildly but thats rare. $10 minimum FIRST payout to paypal, $3 minimum after that, transfers to paypal within minutes. [Opinion Outpost](www.opinionoutpost.com)
the rest of this is ways to earn bitcoin, but since the value tends to fluctuate its hard to say how much you could make, but my bitcoin wallet is at about $15 (combined from these sources) since i started.
Land of Bitcoin this one will take you to tons of faucets and (loosely) keep track of when they are ready to dispense again. i would recommend hiding faucets that don't payout to a microwallet.org or coinbox.me account, which is just a handful, mostly so that you can more easily keep track of all your loose satoshi floating around out there. i suggest creating an account and leaving the main page open, you'll get more free satoshi and if the faucet ever stops just enter the captcha and more free comin your way. also earned a decent amount playing the Kate poker free-rolls, but just a heads up it didn't adjust for daylight savings so you'll have to check Kate Poker for when the freerolls actually start Referral Non Referral
Earn Crypto this one is a bit of a mixed bag, you have to be careful about the offers it has or you'll wind up with a bit of spyware and such. do the surveys and account creation stuff (on a throw away email) for easy "crypto points" which can then be exchanged for Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Peercoin, Namecoin, you pretty much name it, even Linden for second life, seriously. Avoid the "supersonicad" section and do the Peanut surveys or the Crowdflower tasks and watch the occasional video for the most "crypto points" ever 1000 crypto can be exchanged for you preferred coin. i got 1400 points for creating a fake turbotax account in about 15 seconds. AVOID any offers that want you to download something or check your credit scores, for pretty much anything else a throwaway email is all youll need but i STRONGLY recommend just stickin to the peanut lab surveys. Referral Non Referral
Bit Chest a simple temp wallet and a list of consistently paying faucets that you can use ever 30 minutes will earn you the minimum payout of 5000 satoshi in a bout a day with very little effort. no muss, no fuss, NO SIGNUP, just enter a bitcoin wallet address
Qoinpro this is the only true faucet i've found in my opinion, but if you are a bitcoin person its also the lowest paying, relying more on referral system to actually earn you something. this site pays you Bitcoin(0.00000001), Litecoin (0.00000030), Feathercoin (0.00002419), Fedoracoin (0.39141087), and infinitecoin (0.02272727), in small amounts every 24 hours. people are pushing for them to add dogecoin to the faucet but its not there yet if you're a dogeperson Referral Non Referral
Freebitcoinz 2000 free satoshi ever 24 hours for just entering 2 captcha's. quick and simple. for every 1000 a referral earns you earn an additonal 250 Referral Non Referral
update: just wanna say thanks to everyone who clicked on my various referrals :)
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New Idea: Peer 2 Peer, Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange

A powerful idea occurred to me earlier today that would benefit the state of cryptocurrencies immensely if it became a reality. A network where cryptocurrencies can be exchanged in a P2P fashion with a block chain type architecture similar to what cryptocoins use themselves. Decentralized and out of the control of any individual.
It cuts out the middle man and reduces the need for "exchanges". For example, you can trade Bitcoin for Litecoin, PPC, Namecoin, Feathercoin, or whatever other currency is supported without the need to pay any transaction fees or pay a "percentage" to an exchange. Direct trades from one person to another throughout the network. I would imagine the GUI would look like a crossbreed between the current QT wallet software coins are using and napster back in the good ole days.
It also opens up a whole new market for investing, without your spread difference.....bid/ask price, or any trade fees. A P2P exchange like this would only make crypto more popular because it would attract virtually every investor that currently trades on the Forex market. No spread = GG. It's a Forex traders wet dream.
Assuming this was created and ran smoothly, the only reason we would need any exchanges like Mt.Gox at all would be to convert crypto into fiat. There would still be an exchange fee for this of course but that's understandable. With the infrastructure finally getting put in place for BTC and LTC, it's quite feasible that we won't even need to trade crypto for fiat in order to pay for the things we need in daily life in the near future.
I'm sure I'm not alone in being able to appreciate this idea, and how awesome it would be for cryptocurrency in general. Alas, I'm not a programmer so I decided to put this out in reddit land, hoping a group of brilliant young minds see the value in the idea and actually create it.
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Introducing inuit - cold storage address generator for crypto-currency portfolios

I have a modest and mixed portfolio of crypto-currencies which I wanted to take off-line and put into cold storage. I found that to do this I would have to generate paper wallets for each currency using a different paper wallet generator each time. What I really wanted was a single application that could generate addresses and private keys for multiple currencies so that I could install it on a Raspberry Pi or Linux Live USB stick. This would allow me to cold store all my currencies in one place and with a small amount of effort.
To this end I have created inuit, cold storage address generator for crypto-currency portfolios.
For more information, take a look at the website http://inuit-wallet.co.uk
inuit is written in Python and the source code is available on github. It is still in active development and features will be added as time and demand allow.
I hope you find inuit as useful as I do. If you have any questions or suggestions, leave a comment on the website or email (details on the website)
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Introducing inuit - cold storage address generator for crypto-currency portfolios

I have a modest and mixed portfolio of crypto-currencies which I wanted to take off-line and put into cold storage. I found that to do this I would have to generate paper wallets for each currency using a different paper wallet generator each time. What I really wanted was a single application that could generate addresses and private keys for multiple currencies so that I could install it on a Raspberry Pi or Linux Live USB stick. This would allow me to cold store all my currencies in one place and with a small amount of effort.
To this end I have created inuit, cold storage address generator for crypto-currency portfolios.
For more information, take a look at the website http://inuit-wallet.co.uk
inuit is written in Python and the source code is available on github. It is still in active development and features will be added as time and demand allow.
I hope you find inuit as useful as I do. If you have any questions or suggestions, leave a comment on the website or email (details on the website)
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Introducing inuit - cold storage address generator for crypto-currency portfolios

I have a modest and mixed portfolio of crypto-currencies which I wanted to take off-line and put into cold storage. I found that to do this I would have to generate paper wallets for each currency using a different paper wallet generator each time. What I really wanted was a single application that could generate addresses and private keys for multiple currencies so that I could install it on a Raspberry Pi or Linux Live USB stick. This would allow me to cold store all my currencies in one place and with a small amount of effort.
To this end I have created inuit, cold storage address generator for crypto-currency portfolios.
For more information, take a look at the website http://inuit-wallet.co.uk
inuit is written in Python and the source code is available on github. It is still in active development and features will be added as time and demand allow.
I hope you find inuit as useful as I do. If you have any questions or suggestions, leave a comment on the website or email (details on the website)
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[Questions] Clarification on how bitcoin works

I have a few wallets on a laptop including bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin, feathercoin, namecoin, and a few others that I put approximately $10 into. I was wondering for the sole purpose of interest and clarification of how cryptocoins work the following:
Is the only thing that is needed to use these coins the private key? (including miners, the blockchain, internet and other decentralized necessities that will be around not just on my computer and hopefully forever). In other words, if I have only the private key of each of these cryptocoins but not the public keys, can I redeem them? Is that all I need? I can then write them down and delete the software on my computer but still have them usable?
I ask merely out of curiosity and because I know that feathercoin and other altcoins do not have printable wallets that I know of.
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PeerBet.org / Updates on Accepted Crypto Coins

Just to get the word out
We are in the process of removing (or rather, replacing) Hunter Coin. This is due to the inability to get the HUC wallet to work consistently and, it's rather low market cap, as well as limited use on PeerBet.org.
Over the course of the next several weeks, we will also be replacing the following coins as they don't have a sizeable amount of play on Bit777.com or PeerBet.org and also suffer from a rather weak market cap
Users on PeerBet.org will, of course, be able to divest from the bankroll and withdrawal for an indefinite amount of time after an alt-coin is deprecated!
That will leave the constant coins to the following Bitcoin
LiteCoin
DogeCoin
DashCoin
PeerCoin
Have an idea on what new alt-coins we should bring online?!? Chime in https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280487.msg11133815#msg11133815
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