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How to best support Bitcoin outside of buying it directly?

Here are just some basic ideas I had, what should I include?
If you have 0 bitcoin
If you have <25 Bitcoin
If you have >25 Bitcoin
If you have >1000 Bitcoin
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⟳ 870 apps added, 78 updated at f-droid.org

Notice: this update is spurious, and the issue is being looked at.
⟳ f-droid.org from Wed, 26 Feb 2020 20:21:50 GMT updated on Sun, 01 Mar 2020 05:23:29 GMT contains 2962 apps.
Added (870)
Updated (78)
2020-03-01T05:53:18Z
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What is the Brave Browser, and How Does It Compare to Chrome?

What is the Brave Browser, and How Does It Compare to Chrome?


There are more competing web browsers than ever, with many serving different niches. One example is Brave, which has an unapologetic focus on user privacy and comes with a radical reimagining of how online advertising ought to work.
Brave is based on Chromium, the open-source code that forms the basis for Google Chrome. But is it any good? And for those using Google Chrome, is it worth switching to Brave?

A Brief History of Brave

When Brendan Eich and Brian Bondy founded Brave in 2015, they wanted to address what they perceived as the biggest problem with the modern internet: intrusive advertising.
Advertising is the fuel that powers the modern internet, allowing websites and digital creatives to monetize their content without charging users for each article read or every video watched. That said, Eich and Bondy think it’s got some pretty significant downsides, citing the potentially privacy-harming nature of advertising trackers, as well as the negative impact it has on the overall user experience.
Brave’s first release came about amidst two significant trends, which ultimately defined the new browser.
First, the cryptocurrency revolution was in full swing. Companies and individuals alike—like the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto—were creating their own decentralized cryptocurrencies, which quickly reached billion-dollar market capitalizations. Second, ad-blocking technology entered the mainstream. By the decade’s halfway point, millions of people were blocking ads online across all browsers, desktop, and mobile.
Brave was one of the first browsers to include built advertisement and tracker blockers, leapfrogging the likes of Opera. It also came with its own cryptocurrency, called BAT (or Basic Attention Token), allowing users to reimburse the sites and creators they like.
Essentially, Brave wants to re-imagine how the Internet works: not just on a usability level, but on an economic level. It’s an undeniably radical vision, but you wouldn’t expect any less, given its founding team.
Brendan Eich is the inventor of the JavaScript programming language and co-founded the Mozilla Foundation, which created the popular Firefox web browser. He also briefly served as the foundation’s CEO before resigning following a bitter controversy over his political donations. Brian Bondy is also ex-Mozilla, and spent time at education startup Khan Academy.
Beyond that, Brave is a reasonably standard browser. Like Edge, Chrome, and Opera, it’s built upon the Blink rendering engine, which means webpages should work as you expect. Brave is also compatible with Chrome extensions.
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Educate Yourself Before Using Robinhood

TL;DR: Robinhood is a great way to get into investing, but the market is volatile, even the professionals lose to pure randomness, and so will you. The time-tested strategy is boring, low-cost index funds like VOO that you hold until you die. And you should concentrate on tax-advantaged accounts like your 401K and IRA before any of that.
Edit: I don't mean this to come off as outrage, or imply that Roosterteeth shouldn't be advertising Robinhood. Robinhood is amazing, I personally have had some great success with it, and was even a little excited to see Roosterteeth advertising it. I have also seen plenty of people see its simplicity, assume that's all there is to investing, and make fatal mistakes, often by buying shit options, or assuming Robinhood Gold is free money. I just want to be a quick buffer between that.
I want to start this off by saying that I am in no way a financial expert. I'm an amateur investor who considers themselves reasonably well informed when it comes to finances and investments. I submit this as an introduction to educating yourself, and will list far more quality resources to learn from at the end.
My Concern
Roosterteeth, Funhaus, and other podcasts I listen to have recently been advertising for Robinhood as a simple way to get into investing, with the implication being that investing is what smart, responsible, rich people do, and you should too. But there's some stipulations to this, and I feel Robinhood and Roosterteeth are both a little flippant about the risks involved, especially when introducing large, inexperienced audiences to the investment world. That being said, investing is important to your long-term prosperity, and Robinhood is great with 0 fees, and its simplification of investments that typically sound far more complicated than they are. But it's important to identify your tolerance to risk, and use this to know what investments you're making, and exactly how risky they are. Below I want to give a basic overview of what exactly stocks and options are, how risky they are, and some general advice surrounding them.
What are Stocks?
When a company wants to raise money quickly, but doesn't want to take out loans, they typically decide to go public. This means they split the company up into shares of stock, each of which represents a small piece of the company. These shares each cost a certain amount of money to buy called their share price. At the time of writing, Apple (AAPL) stock is at $207.48, and there are currently 4,829,926,000 shares of Apple out there. Meaning that $207.48 will buy you 1 / 4,829,926,000 of Apple. This also means that Apple as a company is currently worth 4,829,926,000 * $207.48 = $1,002,113,000,000. This price is dictated largely by how confident people are in the future of the company. If a report comes out that Apple is doing really well, the stock price will likely go up, and vice versa.
What are Options?
Options are another security (security is a largely general term used for investments you can buy) that are not stocks themselves, but are contracts regarding what you can do with stocks. They're more complicated than just buying and selling stocks, and can be far more risky. There's a lot to them, but the basic idea is that you are buying the option to buy or sell a stock at a certain price, by a certain time. There are two basic types of options, put and call options. A call option is where you believe that the stock price will go up, a put option is where you believe a stock price will go down. I'll leave Khan Academy to explain the specifics as they can do far better than I. The short and skinny of it being that options are more complicated, riskier, and you should take some serious caution before jumping into this space. Options are where I simultaneously love and hate Robinhood, as they make it very easy for people to understand them, but simultaneously make it far too easy for people who shouldn't be investing in them, to do so.
How Does Robinhood Fit Into This?
Robinhood is a brokerage, which is effectively a store through which you can buy stocks and options. There are tons of brokerages, some popular ones being Schwab, Fidelity, and TD Ameritrade. They all offer different services and products at different prices. The one point we'll focus on is commission fees. A commission fee is how much you are charged for the privilege of buying a stock or option, which is typically around $8 per trade. So if I bought 1 share of Apple for $200, it would usually cost me $208. Robinhood is unique in that it charges $0 per trade. It's also unique in that it's primarily a simple mobile app, while other brokerages are far more complicated.
Robinhood Gold
My immediate advice, do not touch this. My main criticism with Robinhood is not really explaining what this is. It is a loan that you are effectively gambling with. If you are a professional (which means you've gone to school, and gotten a job doing this stuff, not that you've made $1000 on lucky trades) this can be useful. But even the pros get absolutely wrecked by using this kind of stuff, and I absolutely urge you to not touch this. Using Robinhood Gold (otherwise known as margin) in the investing world exposes you to far more risk.
Cool, How Do I Get Rich?
Slowly. There's tons of cases of people making it big with Bitcoin, some bullshit penny stock, or a lucky options trade that makes them millions in a matter of days. These are the exception, not the rule. Smart investing is typically a slow and boring process. Warren Buffett, the greatest investor of all time, espouses the idea of long-term investments in good companies. This has made him one of the richest people in the world, making him someone you want to listen to on the topic. His advice? Don't bother with Robinhood. Use your company's 401K to its fullest extent, and buy boring, stable ETFs. ETFs are a large collection of stocks that track the general direction of the stock market. Over 10, 20, 30 years, these consistently make money. They're not sexy, and won't make you rich in a few days, but will reliably make you comfortable far in the future. These are the responsible thing to do, and will ensure you spend retirement without a lot of stress. Check out /investing's wiki which has a lot of great info on this.
But I Want to be Rich Now!
You won't. Or rather, it's statistically unlikely that you will. The odds are better than if you were buying lottery tickets, but they still aren't great. If however, you've got a gambler's penchant, and are totally fine with losing 100% of your investment in a matter of hours, you can try actively trading options. Once you are done looking through /investing's wiki and have done the responsible thing, I authorize you to do the dumb shit and expose yourself to the whims of luck. A community attempting this path is /wallstreetbets, and they openly joke about how stupid they are for attempting this. They're extremely crass, and exhibit every symptom of a gambling addiction. If you decide to go down this route, you should absolutely only use money you are willing to lose. Treat it like a casino, where you know that eventually, you will absolutely lose all of that money. You're just paying for the hope that you won't.
Further Reading
There's plenty of resources out there, here's a collection of my favorites.
Through the Internet
At your Library
Never pay for investing clubs, or those YouTube channels that have hosts with ferraris telling you they can make you rich. You're buying them the ferraris, when you could have bought a book that will be far more valuable for a fraction of the price.
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I'm donating 25 Bitcoin to good causes this Christmas. Join in and give Bitcoin this Christmas (day 9)

Goal

During December I will donate 25 Bitcoin, 1 each day leading up to Christmas, to a cause suggested by Bitcoin. It can be a charity, open source project, crowdfund or anything else.
 
I am hoping that these daily posts and donations will encourage others in the community to give Bitcoin this Christmas. Especially people who have benefited from the rise in price recently.  

Get involved

Submit a suggestion in the comments of a cause you would like to see donated to. Also post a link to their Bitcoin donation page (not address) if possible. Even if your suggestion is not donated to by me this month hopefully it may be seen by others here who may choose to donate.
 
Each day I'll pick a cause from the suggestions, likely the most upvoted one, and donate 1 Bitcoin to them. I'll ignore any scams, begging, college fund requests etc.
 
I will try to send donations as fast as possible but there may be times where I have to do more research or checks to verify the suggestions are legit.  
If you wish to give but don't have the time to check Reddit for the rest of the month you can send Bitcoin to my address:  
34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b  
I will divide the extra Bitcoin sent to that address by 25 and donate it to each of the chosen causes on the 25th or the 26th.

Proof of funds

Message: "Give Bitcoin this Christmas" Address: 34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b Signature: I8vZgsyOb1CKbTjo/Mravp03yIFnC94GNTVYOkBbhIUPUajfKPg4nh8zj7dWu5qzev2nsAtByLwpHHDnVwyAxsI=
Note that the address above doesn't contain 25 now due to sending donations so the funds moved to change addresses. You need to verify it using Trezor.

Donations

Day Cause Proof of donation
1 EFF tx , tx ,tx , tx
2 Khan Academy awaiting deposit address
3 Give Directly tx
4 Andreas Antonopoulos tx
5 MAPS tx
6 help venezuelans refunded tx
7 Wikipedia tx
8 TBD
 
Warning: Don't send to addresses I have without checking donation pages first. Some of those were temp wallets produced by their payment processor.
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I'm donating 25 Bitcoin to good causes - UPDATE

Goal

At the start of December I pledged to donate 25 Bitcoin, 1 each day leading up to Christmas, to a cause suggested by Bitcoin. This was done publically in the hope to inspire others to donate too, especially people who have benefited from the rise in price recently.
 
It took a long time to read every comment, private message and to check everyones suggestions. Unfortunately not many suggested charities accept Bitcoin. I am posting this update so people can make suggestions for the last few donations and see a list of causes donated to so far.
 
I am hoping that this post and donations will still encourage others in the community to give Bitcoin to good causes.
 

Get involved

Submit a suggestion in the comments of a cause you would like to see donated to. Also post a link to their Bitcoin donation page (not address) if possible. Even if your suggestion is not donated to by me hopefully it may be seen by others here who may choose to donate.
 
I'll ignore any scams, begging, college fund requests etc. I don't donate to individuals so please don't post or PM.
If you wish to give but don't have the time to check these posts for suggestions you can send Bitcoin to my address:  
34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b  
I will divide the extra Bitcoin sent to that address by 25 and donate it to each of the chosen causes once all my 25 Bitcoin have been donated.
Thanks to the people who have donated to my address so far.

Proof of funds

Message: "Give Bitcoin this Christmas" Address: 34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b Signature: I8vZgsyOb1CKbTjo/Mravp03yIFnC94GNTVYOkBbhIUPUajfKPg4nh8zj7dWu5qzev2nsAtByLwpHHDnVwyAxsI=
Note that the address above doesn't contain 25 now due to sending donations so the funds moved to change addresses. You need to verify it using Trezor.

Donations

Day Cause Proof of donation
1 EFF tx , tx ,tx , tx
2 Khan Academy tx
3 Give Directly tx
4 Andreas Antonopoulos tx
5 MAPS tx
6 help venezuelans refunded tx
7 Wikipedia tx
8 Royal National Lifeboat Institution tx
9 mercy for animals tx
10 Heads Up Guys tx
11 Land + Heart project tx
12 The water project tx
13 3blue1brown Check this amazing video tx
14 Open Medicine Foundation tx tx
15 Tor Project tx
16 Free Software Foundation tx
17 Freedom of the Press Foundation tx
18 Against Malaria Foundation tx
19 MIRI tx
20 TBD
21 TBD
22 TBD
23 TBD
24 TBD
25 TBD
 
P.S I have not seen any suggestions yet for charities dealing with addiction. It would be great if we could get some suggestions for alcohol, drug or gambling addiction.
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I'm donating 25 Bitcoin to good causes this Christmas. Join in and give Bitcoin this Christmas (day 14)

Goal

During December I will donate 25 Bitcoin, 1 each day leading up to Christmas, to a cause suggested by Bitcoin. It can be a charity, open source project, crowdfund or anything else.
 
I am hoping that these daily posts and donations will encourage others in the community to give Bitcoin this Christmas. Especially people who have benefited from the rise in price recently.  

Get involved

Submit a suggestion in the comments of a cause you would like to see donated to. Also post a link to their Bitcoin donation page (not address) if possible. Even if your suggestion is not donated to by me this month hopefully it may be seen by others here who may choose to donate.
 
Each day I'll pick a cause from the suggestions, likely the most upvoted one, and donate 1 Bitcoin to them. I'll ignore any scams, begging, college fund requests etc.
 
I will try to send donations as fast as possible but there may be times where I have to do more research or checks to verify the suggestions are legit.  
If you wish to give but don't have the time to check Reddit for the rest of the month you can send Bitcoin to my address:  
34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b  
I will divide the extra Bitcoin sent to that address by 25 and donate it to each of the chosen causes on the 25th or the 26th.
Thanks to the people who have donated to my address so far.

Proof of funds

Message: "Give Bitcoin this Christmas" Address: 34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b Signature: I8vZgsyOb1CKbTjo/Mravp03yIFnC94GNTVYOkBbhIUPUajfKPg4nh8zj7dWu5qzev2nsAtByLwpHHDnVwyAxsI=
Note that the address above doesn't contain 25 now due to sending donations so the funds moved to change addresses. You need to verify it using Trezor.

Donations

Day Cause Proof of donation
1 EFF tx , tx ,tx , tx
2 Khan Academy tx
3 Give Directly tx
4 Andreas Antonopoulos tx
5 MAPS tx
6 help venezuelans refunded tx
7 Wikipedia tx
8 Royal National Lifeboat Institution tx
9 mercy for animals tx
10 Bitcoin Core tx
 
Warning: Don't send to addresses I have without checking donation pages first. Some of those were temp wallets produced by their payment processor.
 
P.S. I don't donate to individuals so please don't post or PM.
 
P.P.S I have not seen any suggestions yet for charities dealing with addiction. It would be great if we could get some suggestions for alcohol, drug or gambling addiction.
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Story about how I went from having no job, no education and in debt to financially independent in 7 years

In the summer of 2010 I was in my early 20s, took a year off from school and tried working on a business with a friend in the IT field, but the business failed. I was studying Computer Science in college, but was not doing too well. I had my credit cards maxed out at about 20k in debt due to irresponsible spending. I made some money in the past because I worked in the summer in an IT job thanks to a connection, but that opportunity went away. I was living with my parents and wanted ANY job - I was desperate. I tried to get a job at the mall in a clothing store, so I walked around handing out my resume, but failed the interviews. I even interviewed at McDonalds, but they didn't take me. I felt like a loser.

In the fall of 2010 I hit rock bottom and decided to turn things around. I quit smoking and started taking my school seriously, because I realized that it’s my only way out of the mess I was in. I realized that succeeding in business (like Bill Gates) is super hard and started doing pretty well in Computer Science. Later that year I got a job in an electronics store for a few months, at which point I was happy. Later on, I got a part time job in a field related to IT to support myself.

I graduated with debt in 2013 and got an entry level IT job in the city where I grew up, making around 50k a year. I was so happy when I got the offer, but later on I found the job to be boring. My dream was to get into Silicon Valley, so I started learning more about coding and practicing for coding interviews. I was still living with my parents and was slowly paying off my credit cards and student debts.

In early 2014, I interviewed at 2 companies in Silicon Valley and one of them gave me an offer. The salary and stocks offer was much better than I could have dreamed of, including a good signing bonus. That was one of the best days of my life.

I moved and started working. I was saving up most of my money and paying off my debts aggressively. Then, in the winter of 2015, I came across this video on Reddit about Bitcoin. It made an impression on me and I became very curious: what are all those those machines doing? I heard the word Bitcoin before, but had no idea what it was and decided to look into it seriously.

I found a great introduction on Khan Academy (which I already used when I was in school and respected it). I was blown away ... wow that's so clever, I thought. I immediately bought this audiobook, which was recently released at the time and listened to the whole thing in just a few days. I loved the book and learned so much from it: the history of Bitcoin and it discussed things like "why is money valuable at all?".

I was also randomly browsing Wikipedia around this time and came across this page from 2015. I briefly researched the top projects on that page, but what got me interested was item #2: Ethereum. I started researching it on youtube. I found these videos https://youtu.be/l9dpjN3Mwps and https://youtu.be/fbEtivJIfIU and they made SO MUCH sense to me. I also read the white paper like 5 times becoming more and more impressed every time I read it.

I became depressed when I realized that I missed the crowdsale in 2014 and there was no way to invest at that point. I thought that my chance to acquire ETH at a good price was gone forever. I was sure that after it is released the price will be much higher than the crowdsale price of 30 cents per ETH. My thinking at the time was that Ethereum is at least 10 times better than Bitcoin in every possible way and if Bitcoin market cap was a few billion, then ETH should at least match that.

When Ethereum was released in the summer, I started buying it. My debts were paid off by this point thanks to a high salary. The initial price was around $3, but was quickly falling. I was praying that the price falls more and more. The price dropped to below a dollar and I put all of my net worth into it because I thought it was an unbelievable bargain. Every extra penny I had I would put into ETH. I ended up investing around 30k. To me it was so obvious that it is much more valuable than $1 and that people were completely out of their minds for selling it for so low. It felt like people are selling gold bars for a dollar. Bitcoin market cap was a few billion, but Ethereum was something like 50 million AND it is better than Bitcoin in every way by at least 10x I kept telling myself. I remember predicting to people that it will go up 1000x in 10 years. I was talking to some friends about it at the time, but none of them bought as far as I know (until much later).

The price jumped to about $10 in the spring of 2016. I didn’t even think about selling. I held through the DAO hack and DDOS attacks, when the price dropped by more than half. I actually felt that these things are good for the system because it’s antifragile.

In early 2017 the price jumped from $10 to around $30 and I was officially a millionaire. Was I thinking about selling at this point? Hell no, it’s still undervalued! It went to 400, then dropped to 180, slashing my net worth in half and I lost like 10 million on the way down. I still felt it was undervalued at this point. It was kind of crazy: eating lunch with my coworkers, then checking the price and realizing I lost like 1 million in the past hour. And then going to meetings, discussing some bugs or features with my teammates at work.

I did not participate in any ICOs because I felt they were not a good value and if some ICO succeeds, it would be good for Ethereum anyways. I think I’m a pretty unusual crypto investor: I don’t hold any Bitcoins, only ETH and no other tokens. I only used BTC in order to buy ETH in 2015, and converted all of them to ETH ASAP. I remember a friend asking “what is so good about Bitcoin? Is there anything I can buy with Bitcoin, that you can’t with dollars”. I jokingly answered ETH.

I didn’t sell a single ETH until the price hit about $500 in the fall of 2017. At every point before $500, I thought that it was still extremely undervalued. I started selling to diversify. I ended up selling on the way up to $1400 and continued selling until it went down to about $600. I cashed out a few million dollars, about 20% of my holdings. I actually didn't feel great selling, because I still felt that the assets are still more valuable than what I’m getting for them.

After paying taxes, I diversified into stocks and bonds. According to my calculations, I can live comfortably for the rest of my life without working or selling a single ETH again. I quit my job in 2018 and traveled around the world for many months.

I think to myself, did I get lucky? Or am I some kind of investment genius and maybe I should go into angel investing? I looked around for some investment opportunities, but nothing comes close to how I felt about ETH in 2015. Back then it felt to me extremely obvious that this thing is extremely undervalued. I never got that feeling about any other investment since, even though I looked, so I never invested in anything else. I still find it surprising that people were willing to sell ETH for under a dollar just a few years ago.
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I'm donating 25 Bitcoin to good causes this Christmas. Join in and give Bitcoin this Christmas (day 16)

Goal

During December I will donate 25 Bitcoin, 1 each day leading up to Christmas, to a cause suggested by Bitcoin. It can be a charity, open source project, crowdfund or anything else.
 
I am hoping that these daily posts and donations will encourage others in the community to give Bitcoin this Christmas. Especially people who have benefited from the rise in price recently.  

Get involved

Submit a suggestion in the comments of a cause you would like to see donated to. Also post a link to their Bitcoin donation page (not address) if possible. Even if your suggestion is not donated to by me this month hopefully it may be seen by others here who may choose to donate.
 
Each day I'll pick a cause from the suggestions, likely the most upvoted one, and donate 1 Bitcoin to them. I'll ignore any scams, begging, college fund requests etc.
 
I will try to send donations as fast as possible but there may be times where I have to do more research or checks to verify the suggestions are legit.  
If you wish to give but don't have the time to check Reddit for the rest of the month you can send Bitcoin to my address:  
34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b  
I will divide the extra Bitcoin sent to that address by 25 and donate it to each of the chosen causes on the 25th or the 26th.
Thanks to the people who have donated to my address so far.

Proof of funds

Message: "Give Bitcoin this Christmas" Address: 34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b Signature: I8vZgsyOb1CKbTjo/Mravp03yIFnC94GNTVYOkBbhIUPUajfKPg4nh8zj7dWu5qzev2nsAtByLwpHHDnVwyAxsI=
Note that the address above doesn't contain 25 now due to sending donations so the funds moved to change addresses. You need to verify it using Trezor.

Donations

Day Cause Proof of donation
1 EFF tx , tx ,tx , tx
2 Khan Academy tx
3 Give Directly tx
4 Andreas Antonopoulos tx
5 MAPS tx
6 help venezuelans refunded tx
7 Wikipedia tx
8 Royal National Lifeboat Institution tx
9 mercy for animals tx
10 Bitcoin Core tx
11 TBD
12 TBD
13 3blue1brown Check this amazing video tx
14 Open Medicine Foundation tx tx
 
Warning: Don't send to addresses I have without checking donation pages first. Some of those were temp wallets produced by their payment processor.
 
P.S. I don't donate to individuals so please don't post or PM.
 
P.P.S I have not seen any suggestions yet for charities dealing with addiction. It would be great if we could get some suggestions for alcohol, drug or gambling addiction.
 
P.P.P.S It would be good to suggest causes that Pineapple Fund are NOT donating too as my donations are small compared to his and could make a bigger impact elsewhere.
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I'm donating 25 Bitcoin to good causes this Christmas. Join in and give Bitcoin this Christmas (day 22)

UPDATE: I was offline for a few days. Hope to have this all completed by the end of the year

Goal

During December I will donate 25 Bitcoin, 1 each day leading up to Christmas, to a cause suggested by Bitcoin. It can be a charity, open source project, crowdfund or anything else.
 
I am hoping that these daily posts and donations will encourage others in the community to give Bitcoin this Christmas. Especially people who have benefited from the rise in price recently.  

Get involved

Submit a suggestion in the comments of a cause you would like to see donated to. Also post a link to their Bitcoin donation page (not address) if possible. Even if your suggestion is not donated to by me this month hopefully it may be seen by others here who may choose to donate.
 
Each day I'll pick a cause from the suggestions, likely the most upvoted one, and donate 1 Bitcoin to them. I'll ignore any scams, begging, college fund requests etc.
 
I will try to send donations as fast as possible but there may be times where I have to do more research or checks to verify the suggestions are legit.  
If you wish to give but don't have the time to check Reddit for the rest of the month you can send Bitcoin to my address:  
34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b  
I will divide the extra Bitcoin sent to that address by 25 and donate it to each of the chosen causes on the 25th or the 26th.
Thanks to the people who have donated to my address so far.

Proof of funds

Message: "Give Bitcoin this Christmas" Address: 34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b Signature: I8vZgsyOb1CKbTjo/Mravp03yIFnC94GNTVYOkBbhIUPUajfKPg4nh8zj7dWu5qzev2nsAtByLwpHHDnVwyAxsI=
Note that the address above doesn't contain 25 now due to sending donations so the funds moved to change addresses. You need to verify it using Trezor.

Donations

Day Cause Proof of donation
1 EFF tx , tx ,tx , tx
2 Khan Academy tx
3 Give Directly tx
4 Andreas Antonopoulos tx
5 MAPS tx
6 help venezuelans refunded tx
7 Wikipedia tx
8 Royal National Lifeboat Institution tx
9 mercy for animals tx
10 Heads Up Guys tx
11 Land + Heart project tx
12 The water project tx
13 3blue1brown Check this amazing video tx
14 Open Medicine Foundation tx tx
15 TBD
16 TBD
 
Warning: Don't send to addresses I have without checking donation pages first. Some of those were temp wallets produced by their payment processor.
 
P.S. I don't donate to individuals so please don't post or PM.
 
P.P.S I have not seen any suggestions yet for charities dealing with addiction. It would be great if we could get some suggestions for alcohol, drug or gambling addiction.
 
*P.P.P.S Struggling to find charities that accept Bitcoin. Most suggested so far don't. *
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday - first 1000 comments get free bitcoin - stop in and say hi!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoin

No Bitcoin? Help these Charities

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Tipping / Giving Tuesday is here, first 1000 comments get some Bitcoin!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
[Millionaire Makers](www.reddit.com/millionairemakers)
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
The Water Project The Bitcoin Movement The Internet Archive
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
Wau Holland Foundation Rise up World Aid
Pathways To Education www.awanj.org Solar Cookers
Project Free State
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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - first 1000 comments get some free bitcoin! stop in and say hi

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
SPECIAL THANKS TO johnybravo42 FOR HELPING TO ORGANIZE THE LIST - BOUNTY OF 25,000 BITS PAID
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If you spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it/comment and you will be awarded a 500 bit bounty! XD

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - Time to spread the love! :D - First 750 comments get some bitcoin!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 750 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
DONE FOR NOW GUYS WILL TOP UP THE LAST FEW LATER - WILL BUMP THE COMMENT CUT OFF POINT TO 800 NEXT WEEK AND +50 EVERY WEEK AFTER - GOOD NIGHT!
The Water Project The Internet Archive Tor Exit Nodes
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays first 1000 comments get Bitcoin

Barbados Food Drive

Bitt.com has gracefully assisted us in providing the deep cold storage multi signature wallet solution. We want to maintain complete openness with /bitcoin. All funds will be right there for perusal - spent funds will have scanned invoices and clear explanations. We think transparency is paramount and are taking strives to ensure the community feels that their pledges are actually going to the hungry.
I have personally pledged 1.9 BTC - Bitt & Changetip have also agreed to donate towards the cause.
We will be recording parts of the event so /bitcoin may share in what we have all helped to create.
PLEDGE FOR THE FOOD DRIVE BY EITHER DONATING HERE:
3Jma5Nh2kLjpXmbQ2WWDVj8mMn3Kx8zaNh
or via changetip - all tips will be sent across to that address. If you have another crypto currency which you wish to donate in please write it in the thread and we will PM you directly to assist you.
EDIT We have raised 2.4 BTC so far and are nearly at our target 3.0 BTC - We will keep the community abreast of all that happens and look forward to feeding some hungry people with our Magical internet money.

Little Bit Back

Tails – Anonymous Operating System
Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:
  • use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship
  • all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network
  • leave no trace on the computer you are using unless you ask it explicitly
  • use state-of-the-art cryptographic tools to encrypt your files, emails and instant messaging
Donate bitcoin directly at Little Bit Back.

Lighthouse / Lightlist.io

The Ronald McDonald House of the Capital Region is raising money through a Lighthouse campaign to purchase a medical grade breast pump, which already reached 93% out of the needed 5.6 BTC.
Make your pledge directly at Lightlist.io or download the project file to open it in your Lighthouse client.
SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

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Educate Yourself Before Using Robinhood (X-Post RoosterTeeth)

TL;DR: Robinhood is a great way to get into investing, but the market is volatile, even the professionals lose to pure randomness, and so will you. The time-tested strategy is boring, low-cost index funds like VOO that you hold until you die. And you should concentrate on tax-advantaged accounts like your 401K and IRA before any of that.
Edit: I don't mean this to come off as outrage, or imply that Roosterteeth shouldn't be advertising Robinhood. Robinhood is amazing, I personally have had some great success with it, and was even a little excited to see Roosterteeth advertising it. I have also seen plenty of people see its simplicity, assume that's all there is to investing, and make fatal mistakes, often by buying shit options, or assuming Robinhood Gold is free money. I just want to be a quick buffer between that.
I want to start this off by saying that I am in no way a financial expert. I'm an amateur investor who considers themselves reasonably well informed when it comes to finances and investments. I submit this as an introduction to educating yourself, and will list far more quality resources to learn from at the end.
My Concern
Roosterteeth, Funhaus, and other podcasts I listen to have recently been advertising for Robinhood as a simple way to get into investing, with the implication being that investing is what smart, responsible, rich people do, and you should too. But there's some stipulations to this, and I feel Robinhood and Roosterteeth are both a little flippant about the risks involved, especially when introducing large, inexperienced audiences to the investment world. That being said, investing is important to your long-term prosperity, and Robinhood is great with 0 fees, and its simplification of investments that typically sound far more complicated than they are. But it's important to identify your tolerance to risk, and use this to know what investments you're making, and exactly how risky they are. Below I want to give a basic overview of what exactly stocks and options are, how risky they are, and some general advice surrounding them.
What are Stocks?
When a company wants to raise money quickly, but doesn't want to take out loans, they typically decide to go public. This means they split the company up into shares of stock, each of which represents a small piece of the company. These shares each cost a certain amount of money to buy called their share price. At the time of writing, Apple (AAPL) stock is at $207.48, and there are currently 4,829,926,000 shares of Apple out there. Meaning that $207.48 will buy you 1 / 4,829,926,000 of Apple. This also means that Apple as a company is currently worth 4,829,926,000 * $207.48 = $1,002,113,000,000. This price is dictated largely by how confident people are in the future of the company. If a report comes out that Apple is doing really well, the stock price will likely go up, and vice versa.
What are Options?
Options are another security (security is a largely general term used for investments you can buy) that are not stocks themselves, but are contracts regarding what you can do with stocks. They're more complicated than just buying and selling stocks, and can be far more risky. There's a lot to them, but the basic idea is that you are buying the option to buy or sell a stock at a certain price, by a certain time. There are two basic types of options, put and call options. A call option is where you believe that the stock price will go up, a put option is where you believe a stock price will go down. I'll leave Khan Academy to explain the specifics as they can do far better than I. The short and skinny of it being that options are more complicated, riskier, and you should take some serious caution before jumping into this space. Options are where I simultaneously love and hate Robinhood, as they make it very easy for people to understand them, but simultaneously make it far too easy for people who shouldn't be investing in them, to do so.
How Does Robinhood Fit Into This?
Robinhood is a brokerage, which is effectively a store through which you can buy stocks and options. There are tons of brokerages, some popular ones being Schwab, Fidelity, and TD Ameritrade. They all offer different services and products at different prices. The one point we'll focus on is commission fees. A commission fee is how much you are charged for the privilege of buying a stock or option, which is typically around $8 per trade. So if I bought 1 share of Apple for $200, it would usually cost me $208. Robinhood is unique in that it charges $0 per trade. It's also unique in that it's primarily a simple mobile app, while other brokerages are far more complicated.
Robinhood Gold
My immediate advice, do not touch this. My main criticism with Robinhood is not really explaining what this is. It is a loan that you are effectively gambling with. If you are a professional (which means you've gone to school, and gotten a job doing this stuff, not that you've made $1000 on lucky trades) this can be useful. But even the pros get absolutely wrecked by using this kind of stuff, and I absolutely urge you to not touch this. Using Robinhood Gold (otherwise known as margin) in the investing world exposes you to far more risk.
Cool, How Do I Get Rich?
Slowly. There's tons of cases of people making it big with Bitcoin, some bullshit penny stock, or a lucky options trade that makes them millions in a matter of days. These are the exception, not the rule. Smart investing is typically a slow and boring process. Warren Buffett, the greatest investor of all time, espouses the idea of long-term investments in good companies. This has made him one of the richest people in the world, making him someone you want to listen to on the topic. His advice? Don't bother with Robinhood. Use your company's 401K to its fullest extent, and buy boring, stable ETFs. ETFs are a large collection of stocks that track the general direction of the stock market. Over 10, 20, 30 years, these consistently make money. They're not sexy, and won't make you rich in a few days, but will reliably make you comfortable far in the future. These are the responsible thing to do, and will ensure you spend retirement without a lot of stress. Check out /investing's wiki which has a lot of great info on this.
But I Want to be Rich Now!
You won't. Or rather, it's statistically unlikely that you will. The odds are better than if you were buying lottery tickets, but they still aren't great. If however, you've got a gambler's penchant, and are totally fine with losing 100% of your investment in a matter of hours, you can try actively trading options. Once you are done looking through /investing's wiki and have done the responsible thing, I authorize you to do the dumb shit and expose yourself to the whims of luck. A community attempting this path is /wallstreetbets, and they openly joke about how stupid they are for attempting this. They're extremely crass, and exhibit every symptom of a gambling addiction. If you decide to go down this route, you should absolutely only use money you are willing to lose. Treat it like a casino, where you know that eventually, you will absolutely lose all of that money. You're just paying for the hope that you won't.
Further Reading
There's plenty of resources out there, here's a collection of my favorites.
Through the Internet
At your Library
Never pay for investing clubs, or those YouTube channels that have hosts with ferraris telling you they can make you rich. You're buying them the ferraris, when you could have bought a book that will be far more valuable for a fraction of the price.
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday - first 1000 comments get free Bitcoin!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
The Water Project The Bitcoin Movement The Internet Archive
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
Wau Holland Foundation Rise up World Aid
Pathways To Education www.awanj.org Solar Cookers
Project Free State
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday is here - free bitcoin for the first 700 comments - our list of charities and causes are also growing beautifully - thanks all :D

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 700 comments!
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
WE MANAGED TO ADD A WHOPPING 22 NEW CHARITIES / CAUSES TODAY! GREAT JOB /BITCOIN
The Water Project The Internet Archive Tor Exit Nodes
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society
Childs Play War Child Blender Open Source
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation
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Tipping/Giving Tuesdays - First 1000 comments get some free bitcoin! If you are new stop in and say hi! :D

Barbados Food Drive

Bitt.com has gracefully assisted us in providing the deep cold storage multi signature wallet solution. We want to maintain complete openness with /bitcoin. All funds will be right there for perusal - spent funds will have scanned invoices and clear explanations. We think transparency is paramount and are taking strives to ensure the community feels that their pledges are actually going to the hungry.
I have personally pledged 2 BTC
We will be recording parts of the event so /bitcoin may share in what we have all helped to create.
PLEDGE FOR THE FOOD DRIVE BY EITHER DONATING HERE:
3Jma5Nh2kLjpXmbQ2WWDVj8mMn3Kx8zaNh
or via changetip - all tips will be sent across to that address. If you have another crypto currency which you wish to donate in please write it in the thread and we will PM you directly to assist you.
EDIT We have raised 2.7 BTC so far and are nearly at our target 3.0 BTC - We will keep the community abreast of all that happens and look forward to feeding some hungry people with our Magical internet money.

Little Bit Back

Tails – Anonymous Operating System
Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:
  • use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship
  • all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network
  • leave no trace on the computer you are using unless you ask it explicitly
  • use state-of-the-art cryptographic tools to encrypt your files, emails and instant messaging
Donate bitcoin directly at Little Bit Back.
SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

-** #TippingTuesdays on #meerkat - first 1000 people get free Bitcoin! (stop in and say hi) #meerkat http://mrk.tv/1GYiM2q - Also feel free to ask your bitcoin related questions on Meerkat if you are new**-
IF YOU WISH TO DONATE TO THE RED CROSS FOR THE NEPAL DISASTER RELIEF - PLEASE FEEL FREE TO TIP HERE WITH THE MESSAGE FOR NEPAL AND I WILL FORWARD YOUR TIPS
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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - Time to spread the love! :D - First 500 comments get some bitcoin!

Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 500 comments!
** EDIT - Thank you all for contributing to the ever growing list - see you guys next Tuesday! :D
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday's - first 1000 comments get free Bitcoin (bonus for any great jokes)

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoin

No Bitcoin? Help these Charities

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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - First 1000 comments get free bitcoin - Next week we will be doing a food drive for the homeless & under privileged in Barbados all paid for in Bitcoin.

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

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