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The CryptoTab Browser that pays while surfing the internet

This article is intended to address some of the concerns and queries from readers who have downloaded the CryptoTab Browser that is currently being promoted on TR Emeritus (TRE).

The CryptoTab Browser is basically an open-source, Chromium-like browser with an added function of being able to mine Bitcoins (optionally) during surfing, without needing any additional hardware.

The browser is not resource intensive like most dedicated Bitcoin mining software that will max out the system’s resources like RAM or CPU.

In fact, after taking it for a test run by our techie and confirmed by official sources, it has a cap of about 50% on a system’s IDLE resources (only resources that are not currently being used), therefore it would not slow down browsing significantly. More information is available on its official FAQ page.

Note: If you are not into Crypto currencies and have no interest in mining Bitcoin, then you may skip the rest of this article.

The following are some queries and concerns expressed by readers who have downloaded the browser:

1. Is Crypto mining enabled on TRE’s website and running in reader’s browsers?

The CryptoTab Browser is not a script and does not run in any browser when you visit TRE. It has to be downloaded and installed on a reader’s desktop or mobile and then manually activating the mining function in order for it to work.

2. After downloading the installation file, it is flagged by Anti-Virus program as being a virus or malware.

ALL Crypto mining-related software will be flagged by majority of the AV programs as virus/malware. As far as the CryptoTab Browser is concerned, our techie has taken it for a test run on a standalone desktop and monitored its processes, it definitely did not exhibit any virus/malware like activities. Therefore such warning can be safely ignored.

Techie's CryptoTab Browser running on a standalone Intel X5660 c/w 16GB RAM

In fact, it works exactly as advertised and generates more hashes (with the assistance of official cloud server pools) than most conventional standalone CPU (obsolete) and GPU  mining systems (not mining RIGS or ASIC mining which are very professional). The speed at which the browser mines can also be adjusted. It is definitely a good start for those who are considering to venture into the world of Crypto currencies.

3. How do I start mining after the browser has been installed?

By default, the browser does not automatically start mining upon installation, it is an optional function that has to be manually activated.

It functions just like a conventional Chrome browser, but to activate the mining function, an additional step is required, which is to click on the little round orange button on the upper-right hand corner of the browser (highlighted with red arrow above) and then just follow the simple instructions and then proceed to login with a social-media account like Facebook, Google, etc.

* The social-media login is an important required step or the browser will not be able to credit the mined Bitcoins correctly to you, which can then be withdrawn to your Bitcoin wallet.

A point to remember is that the browser will remember the last status of the mining setup, so if it is enabled when closing the browser, then it will automatically be enabled the next time the browser is started. For updated stats the next time the browser is started, click on the same orange button.

4. Can it be installed on my family member’s mobiles or desktops to mine into the same account?

Yes, indeed it can be done. Just use the same installation file and remember to login with the same social-media account which was used for login to the first install of the browser. Hence, it can be installed on multiple desktop, mobile and pad to mine with the same account. The light-weight mobile version is available here.

5. Will TRE take a share of the Bitcoins mined by me?

No, what you mined is completely yours to keep. TRE is only paid by the advertiser, not you.

In conclusion, it is an interesting and useful browser for those who are already mining casually or planning to try mining Bitcoin (not recommended for full-time professional mining), with its easy setup and activation. Anyone can start mining Bitcoin in less than 5 minutes simply by installing the CryptoTab Browser.

Since there is no upfront cost involved in using the CryptoTab Browser, feel free to try it and if you don’t like it, just use it as a Chrome replacement and simply don’t activate the mining function or optionally just uninstall the CryptoTab Browser completely.

If you have absolutely no interest in the browser, maybe you might want to consider getting their CT VPN (for Android mobiles and pads) absolutely free for 5 years!

A GPU mining RIG (click to enlarge).

Warning for Newbie Miners

Crypto mining is a slow and patience-taxing process. Unless you have an ASIC or a GPU mining RIG (featured right), it is unlikely that you will see any significant ‘profit’ from the CryptoTab Browser for at least a year into mining. While it does generate income, the amount is dependent on the current Bitcoin price and other factors.

The CryptoTab Browser is not recommended for those who hopes to strike it rich overnight or those seeking to make huge profit in a short span of time. It is more appropriate for those who spend a lot of time on the internet and won’t mind making some coffee money in the process.

It is also recommended for those who would like to try out Crypto currencies mining but don’t know where to start.

For more detailed information on the browser, please visit the official FAQ page or you may follow up in this thread and our techie will try his best to assist, if he has the answers.

Thank you and stay safe.

 

 P/S: Our techie predicts that the price of Bitcoin would hit the 6-figure mark by next year (2022).

 

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28 Responses to “The CryptoTab Browser that pays while surfing the internet”

  • xoxo:

    Cryptocurrency is just in reality.
    U$50K BTC is unrealistic!
    Its utter bull$hit!

    Gangsters are the banksters these days
    Gone are the real bankers.

    Time will tell.
    Expect increasing $cams with interests in crypto.

    Even europe’s COMMON CURRENCY poses great challenges for its members’ individual economies?

    Cryoto$ will breed more money crooks.

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  • @xoxo

    Do you know that China alone controls more than 50% of the world’s total hash power for Bitcoin? It is a very lucrative game for the big players and the early birds have made tons from Bitcoin alone. It can be said that Bitcoin therefore has helped to feed millions of miners.

    The residents in XinJiang and Inner Mongolia have practically made it their business to mine Cryptocurrencies and accounts for more than 50% of the total hash power in China, it is more profitable to assemble a GPU rig or grab an ASIC to mine Cryptocurrencies than opt for a 9-5 job, would you believe it?

    I have helped quite a number to assemble GPU rigs a few years back and most of them have made good on their investments, so fraud or no fraud, I believe mining Cryptocurrencies is here to stay, although it is not encouraged by the authorities.

    Of course, there were scams, so one has just got to be well informed and careful when dealing with an exchanger.

    Scams are everywhere, its part and parcel of life, so it is not wise to write off Cryptocurrencies just because of it possibly being used for scam, do you agree?

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  • xoxo:

    @Tre Techie

    You have your point and i can appreciate it.
    But there are many more ordinary folks who got burnt as well.
    Being early adopters have their advantage indeed.

    Late comers or laggards got hurt.

    Still,we can expect ordinary end-users/speculators/investors to get hurt more than getting rewarded.

    Scams are bound to be more rampant with ease of manipulation.
    Thats my humble 2 cents,bro .

    Cheerio!

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  • @xoxo

    I don’t mean to be mean but in any society, there will always be some innocent and ill-informed idiots who will eventually get burnt, which is why I have said that one has to be alert and well informed before venturing into anything.

    I read a few days ago, that one Sinkie woman was dubbed of $1 million by scammers that posed as officials from China. While I sympathize with her, I must also chide her being so naive and ill informed.

    It is a common decade-old scam that was very rampant in China and would no longer work nowadays because the authorities did a very good job of keeping the public warned and informed.

    So now these scammers have exported the tactics to Sinkieland and may I say very successfully indeed.

    I am completely speechless how one could be scammed with such childish tactics, all it takes was a little common sense and she would have avoided it. lol

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  • Plentiful:

    And who say TRE cannot be taken over by PAPi?

    Another form of Tracetogether tracing program for the fools?

    And who tell you that you can trust TRE or the Techie? Have you seen his credential?

    61% plentiful.

    Tech: You damned funny. If TRE belongs to the PAPies, you think we need to ask for donations and stay so steady and quiet meh? With our experience since Wayang Party time, we would have been the most garang SP website in Sinkieland liao. Also, why bother with my credentials when my responsibility is only to keep the servers hosting the website running? Since you asked, I no rocket scientist or Harvard graduate, all my diplomas bought off Amazon and TaoBao one. lol

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  • xoxo:

    @Tre Techie
    Thanks for sharing.
    Yes,indeed,fools will soon part with their money.
    However,the way crypto$ have been *controlled* by the BIG players is no joke.
    Even seemingly savvy retail investors can easily be caught off-guard or not?

    The objective of crypto$ is to move away from regulatory control as much as possible and so ,to my mind,has immeasurable risks.

    I would think ,for BIG BOYS,to push BTC to USD 100 is *ayam*.
    Similarly,for it to fall just as quickly is also possible.

    So,i would refrain from participating till more logical moves avail?

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  • You are mined:

    Ultimately is all about money and gains. You ask TRE to tell you they didn’t benefit from pushing the software?

    Imagine PAPi push the software to TRE with money to round up 31. PAPi alot of money. Of course this is a conspiracy theory but its as good as confiscating your phone or computers of all the datas, for rounding up the 31.

    The question is they mine you or you mine them?

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  • Plentiful:

    @Tech;

    our techie has taken it for a test run on a standalone desktop and monitored its processes, it definitely did not exhibit any virus/malware like activities.

    you thought its an assurance but then he said in response to credential below;

    when my responsibility is only to keep the servers hosting the website running?

    Is he saying he will be not responsible for your problems or lost? Or is he entirely capable [the appropriate qualified person] to decipher the software?

    They mine you or you mine them, nicely said.

    Wise men say, you don’t simply believe when gains are involved. Clearly no one is going to be responsible if your computer is raided or privacy stolen.

    Wise up!

    Tech: I have always said one should be prudent and careful whenever venturing into anything. As long as one is not comfortable doing anything, then play safe and don’t do it.

    I am not an expert in computer or crypto mining, so am therefore only offering my opinion on what I have seen, experienced and know. I may be wrong and anyone is welcome to correct me. Thank you.

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  • @You are mined

    You are not wrong, TRE is mining, but not our reader’s information or Cryptocurrencies.

    TRE is paid for its traffic, so whenever a reader visits the website, TRE is paid some bread crumps.

    So yes, TRE is guilty of mining our reader’s traffic. lol

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  • You are mined:

    TRE just like PAPi, block facts example porfma posts.

    Don’t even know if this will go through.

    So, Just see the color of the techie from his replies and decide for yourselves.

    Be wiser. Don’t be a Kum Lan for others gains and be put into the harm ways.

    Tech: There is no reason to block anyone as long as whatever posted is within our TOS and AUP. I have no stones to pick with anyone.

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  • I Am The Almighty:

    All the ‘fools’ talking about sitting at home and waiting for money to fall from Heaven. Instead of Manna, I will rain ‘excrement’ on them.

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  • This is a follow up for those who have emailed me with the same questions, so I don’t have to reply to each and every one.

    1. What you have downloaded and installed is a “browser” just like Firefox, IE 11 and Chrome, it is not a standalone program that you need keep it running for 24/7/365 in order to mine Bitcoin.

    Use it like any other browser you have in your system to surf the internet per normal daily usage, but activate the mining function per the article and it will mine Bitcoin in the background, nothing else needs to be done.

    To err on the safe side, you may set the speed to 50% (between off and max) so that it would not hog too much of your system resources (around 1000 H/s).

    Then forget that you are mining at all and use it like an ordinary browser. Come year 2022 when Bitcoin breaks the 6-figure mark, you can then withdraw it to buy coffee and Mee Siam mai Hum. lol

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  • ConMan or Fake Medicine Man:

    @TRE Techie;

    Withdraw? Are you trying to fool TRE readers? Hahahahaha LOL

    Please explain how to “Withdraw” and turn into cash to buy coffee and Mee Siam.

    Its a fair question within the framework of TOS and AUP.

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  • @ConMan or Fake Medicine Man

    Of course, there are plenty of legal means to convert Bitcoin to other Fiat currencies like USD or CAD, else why mine and trade Bitcoin if it’s going to be a waste of time and money (hardware used is not cheap)? Crypto-mining is not child’s play, it is a very serious game for many, not just a hobby.

    Whatever Bitcoin you have (mined or bought) is stored in an electronic (online, hardware or software) wallet and can be traded, exchanged at numerous Cryptocurrencies exchange.

    You can simple simple Yahoo or try the following:

    https://coincentral.com/how-to-turn-bitcoin-into-cash-usd/

    For me, I do sometimes trade Cryptocurrencies and I do withdrawals to my US-issued debit card.

    BTW, I have about 10,000 Dogecoin, you wanna buy at US$0.06 a piece? I accept Western Union, PayPal and Alipay. lol

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  • ConMan or Fake Medicine Man:

    @TRE Techie;

    10,000 Dogacoin is like the “hell currency” waiting long long for fools to fall-in to buy or exchange?

    And then DBS or major banks cannot exchange but who knows fake websites exchange centres look like real to fool or to convince the fools?

    Maybe one day TRE can implement “Hell Gate Currency Bitcoin” mining also and wait long long and dream on the “Hell Gate” currency become acceptable and megger hit on Earth.

    The trick is to tell people the worth of the “Hell Gate coins” and fools them into parting with their earth legal tender with the stupid coins and be stuck. I am not surprise many do the superman from Tall Building.

    But who can argue with the Techie, surely he can use the “coin” in the other world. hahahahaha LOL

    Well, he not only maintain the servers, he also sell medicine………..

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  • Believers and non-believers are all entitled to form their own opinion on Cryptocurrencies mining.

    There is no right or wrong. Believe go mine, don’t believe then don’t mine.

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  • Tew Kow Lei (TKL):

    Since Dogcoin, Catcoin, Ratcoins or whatever Donkeycoin so good, keep it in your ‘virtual vault’ lah. Why want to change for hard cash? Scared got major power failure and your digital currencies disappear into cyberspace in an instant. Stupid right? Who want to exchange their real cash for Bitcoins? Only the other way round. LOL

    TRE Techie:
    @ConMan or Fake Medicine Man

    Of course, there are plenty of legal means to convert Bitcoin to other Fiat currencies like USD or CAD, else why mine and trade Bitcoin if it’s going to be a waste of time and money (hardware used is not cheap)? Crypto-mining is not child’s play, it is a very serious game for many, not just a hobby.

    Whatever Bitcoin you have (mined or bought) is stored in an electronic (online, hardware or software) wallet and can be traded, exchanged at numerous Cryptocurrencies exchange.

    You can simple simple Yahoo or try the following:

    https://coincentral.com/how-to-turn-bitcoin-into-cash-usd/

    For me, I do sometimes trade Cryptocurrencies and I do withdrawals to my US-issued debit card.

    BTW, I have about 10,000 Dogecoin, you wanna buy at US$0.06 a piece? I accept Western Union, PayPal and Alipay. lol

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  • @Tew Kow Lei

    Dio dio, everyone wants to change Bitcoin to cash, but before one can do that, have to have Bitcoin rite? So either mine or buy, dio bo?

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  • ConMan or Fake Medicine Man:

    @Tew Kow Lei (TKL)

    The TRE Techie used the word “withdraw”.

    Until now he has not directly answered the question but diverted to “exchange” site.

    That’s the reason I am very disappointed.

    I think is highly irresponsible. The word and the passages has the intention to solicit readers.

    What do you guys think?

    I think “TEW KOW LEI” is right.

    Don’t know if this will get through also or get “X” by the techie for his convenience.

    I will repose in TOC.

    , you can then withdraw it to buy coffee and Mee Siam mai Hum. lol

    Tech: I don’t like to play word games, so for the final time, here’s a simple short, and sweet illustration for your convenience.

    You mine Cryptocurrencies into an electronic wallet, you then trade/exchange it at a Crypto exchange for cash, which can then be remitted to your bank account or, in my case, a debit VISA card, which can then be WITHDRAWN from the bank or any teller (that accepts VISA) as CASH to spend. So you tell me, if it is not a withdrawal, then how should I phrase it?

    It would be easier if you think of Bitcoin as physical Gold, you need to sell/exchange or pawn it to receive cash.

    So please do not be lazy and expect me, who is not an expert in Cryptocurrencies to spoonfeed you with all the information which you can easily search on the internet, please.

    If you wish to continue to play word games, you are free to do so and your comments would most probably appear, but I won’t respond and repeat myself. Whatever I know about the browser and Bitcoin I have already shared, there is plenty of information available on the internet, readers are advised to exercise care and be prudent whenever venturing into something new.

    P/S: TRE’s policy is that we do not respond to threats or smears. If your comment is against our AUP and TOS, you can threaten to re-post it in ANY forum on the internet and anywhere in the world and it will still be deleted from TRE. You are at liberty to repeat your post at ANY other forums or sites, we won’t respond. And in the very very very unlikely event that we think a response is needed, it will ONLY be posted on TRE.

    Our mods also normally do not respond to comments, they work quietly in the background according to prescribed AUP and TOS, as and when they have time and they don’t engage our readers because they prefer to remain anonymous. I have more time to engage our readers because my present sickness has literally confined me to home or else I would be busy helping out with farming chores. Hope this explains.

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  • bystander:

    Sounded like the PAPi minister with his PORFMA Law in their own court, he is the judge and the jury and also a Techie.

    Cause; You never get to know the truth of which part is against AUP or TOS because the post is entirely denied from view.

    No wonder readers have to complain or raise objections and sought alternative media. And really, that’s why Alternative Medias are necessary in the first place – to avoid single party strong arm silencing technique.

    If not for the many readers, I think he would have gotten away with the solicitation by using the word “withdraw” but only when hard pressed upon that he confessed the “wait long long for buyers or wait long long for fools” exchange process.

    To put it simply;

    Actually – Readers have identified and told the ugly truths.

    The techie… over simplified and I think is rather insincere with his choice of words.

    I hate to say and agree that when gains are involved, no one can be trusted.

    I think the techie is too defensive and cannot absorb what those good readers are telling.

    What do you think?

    P/S: If your comment is against our AUP and TOS, you can threaten to re-post it in ANY forum on the internet and anywhere in the world and it will still be deleted. TRE’s policy is that we do not respond to postings at ANY other forums or sites, and in the very very very unlikely event that we think a response is needed, it will ONLY be posted on TRE.

    Tech: TRE’s TOS and AUP are simple and in a nutshell available on our scrolling announcement sidebar. Most comments would not be caught by the TOS and AUP, but if you have been on TRE for as long as I have (more than a decade), then it is easy to tell which readers are pulling your legs and trying to be funny, which are not. So I don’t blame you if you think that I am being very strong-arm and maybe even unreasonable.

    For those who have corresponded with me, they would know that I am a no-nonsense and straightforward person that hates playing word games and beating around the bushes. So when I used the word “withdraw”, I meant exactly just that, the earnings (from the mining) can be withdrawn, even if it means having to go through an exchange, it is still a withdrawal, nevermind the intermediate processes involved.

    So it is, IMHO, not wrong to use the word “withdraw” on shares, gold, silver, platinum, etc etc as long as it can be converted to fiat.

    Furthermore, the article did provide links to more information on the browser and how to secure a wallet and anyone who have read that would know that it has to go through an exchange to be encashed. So how can I be accused of not sharing that information when all along it was there?

    Anyway, I don’t think I should take the blame for someone who is too lazy to read. But then, I think I can understand as some Sinkies have been accused of being accustomed to being spoonfed by THE party. lol

    P/S: Neither I nor TRE stands to gain from any earnings that those who downloaded the browser make, and the purpose of this article is to merely answer some of the questions that were asked in emails to me. TRE is not paid for the number of downloads it generates, so it really does not matter if not a single person or maybe even a thousand downloaded the browser (as long as the banner ad is displayed, TRE is paid by the advertiser). Hope this clarifies.

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  • bystander:

    @Techie;

    I think you have amended your posted reply above and this is really insincere with you.

    When is posted, and you want to make amendment, you should at least indicate that the reply has been edited or repost a new reply.

    How do you expect readers to trust your handling of the TRE system to your advantage?

    Tech: I amended the reply to include the P/S part. Wasn’t expecting you to be reading it during the amendment. Sorry about that.

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  • bystander:

    @Techie

    I don’t think the readers are too lazy. That is very wrong accusation on them.

    I think they understood the entire process more than the techie. Beginners wouldn’t even know such complex exchange process which was exposed by them.

    Example at the very instant, taking offense of the techie over inducement of the process by simplifying the “withdraw process”. If he really expected readers not to be lazy, then he would not even be bothered with the attempt of simplifying the process which was caught off as attempt to induce readers. Upon being caught, he then berated readers as lazy.

    Further Poof:

    P/S: Our techie predicts that the price of Bitcoin would hit the 6-figure mark by next year (2022).

    So the techie actually went beyond promoting the browser for the advertiser who paid TRE for advertising. To be reasonable, No one actually would know of the agreement between them.

    I still think the techie is too defensive and cannot absorb what those good readers are telling.

    Objectives and motives are the primary matters here.

    The readers want to tell the complexity of the process to protect innocent readers.

    The techie overly indulge in the Bitcoin luring into gains example 6-figure [coffee & mee siam] and also in the main article, far beyond promoting or answering to questions on the browser.

    What do you think they are doing?

    Anyway, I don’t think I should take the blame for someone who is too lazy to read. But then, I think I can understand as some Sinkies have been accused of being accustomed to being spoonfed by THE party. lol

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  • @bystander

    You may be right and I do not claim that I know more than any of our readers. As I have said, some learned readers are merely pulling my leg or taking me for a ride, but then no offense taken because it comes with my ‘job’ description.

    That having said, I fail to understand why a simple installation of a browser to (optionally) mine Bitcoin should be hyped into something which only a rocket scientist can do. What’s so big a deal about installing a free browser that comes with an optional mining feature?

    Even a brain-dead oldie like me can understand and have tried to explain in as simple terms as I possibly can as to how it works, with links to more info, what then is all these conspiracy theories about?

    The advertised browser is certainly not written by me nor anyone in TRE, and I have said that no matter how many are downloaded or installed, we stand to gain nothing from it. So it is entirely up to you to believe it or not.

    Of course, you can always claim conspiracy theories that I maybe have an arrangement with the people behind the browser to scam, cheat, nla bla bla…, endless possibilities. Because you cannot see the arrangement between TRE and them, so you can cook thousands of possibilities, no doubt about that and if I were to continue to try to defend TRE along the same lines, there would be at least a thousands of postings in this thread alone, theories after theories after theories I have to debunk, a complete waste of time, isn’t it?

    So to stop this time-wasting and meaningless fishing expedition, let me say for the last time that it is entirely our reader’s prerogative to download and install the CryptoTab Browser or not. TRE is not suggesting that you should or not install and whatever I have posted is entirely my own opinion of having taken it for a test run.

    As to whether it is suitable for your needs or not, please refer to their official FAQ and assess for yourself.

    To those who have already downloaded and installed the browser, feel free to email me direct or follow-up in this thread if you would like me to assist further. However, it would be better to email their support directly because they are certainly in a better position to address your concerns than me.

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  • TRE’s TOS and AUP in a Nutshell

    Please refrain from intentionally using language that is libelous, defamatory, obscene, abusive, and/or discriminates on the basis of race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual preference, age, region, disability, etc.

    * The above refers particularly to comments posted.

    The longer version is available at teh below link:

    http://www.tremeritus.net/terms-of-service/

    Thank you.

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  • ConMan or Fake Medicine Man:

    What exactly is “mining” when the entire purpose appears to be to surrender part of your computer to others for a promise of a non-government approved currency [a trading token] and of unknown rate of return?

    Effectively it’s like, do something for me and I give you a stamp. Collect 100 stamps to exchange for FIAT money when you find buyers for the 100 stamps. But I generate and create all the stamps.

    Before install “any” software, So better read all the terms and conditions carefully and be careful of what you are surrendering and beware of updates which may change the operation completely.

    Let says;

    Typical computer about 200 watts and 50% taken away is 100 watts.
    so in 31 days its 74.4 KWH [the 50%] multiply by the electrical tariff which turns out to be about ~Sin $12 per month or somewhere there depending on the usage. But know that your money is being spent.

    Despite the empty promises and unknown rate of return, So, how much will the mining promises to generate per month despite all the risks exposed and the CPU subjecting to higher heat?

    The Alternative media site should “NOT” behaves like a promoter and stop all the fishing expedition with lures of 6 digits figures mee siam and coffee etc.. I think is very irresponsible.

    I was thinking of writing onto TOC but then why unwittingly create traffics for others dio-bo? But then….when necessary to sing beyond…..

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  • Some who have downloaded the browser have opined that although it is very easy to use, it is quite troublesome to convert Bitcoins to fiat (cash).

    So for the benefit of those who are still interested in mining Cryptocurrencies and might want to go full-time, check out this link for a miner (more professional and hassle-free) that pays in fiat currencies.

    It is not a browser, but a small program that runs on your desktop with plenty of controllable options.

    Please read their official FAQ to determine if it is suitable (or not) for you.

    * As usual, most miners are often blocked by antivirus software.

    There are plenty of viruses that are mining Cryptocurrencies without user’s consent. They really are a threat, and that is what makes some antiviruses trigger on anything even remotely related to mining. Just ignore the warning and allow the download.

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  • Walao eh

    Sinkapore also issuing own cryptocurrencies liao.

    https://www.zilliqa.com/

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  • HDB flat is a "cryptocurrency":

    Public housing in Singapore (i.e., HDB flat) is a “crypto-currency” issued by PAP. Singaporeans were “forced” to use it to have a roof over their head. They exchanged the non-depreciating, interest-earning CASH in the CPF account to “buy” (actually just a long-term lease) an over-priced, poor quality, basically depreciating (to ZERO because of the 99-year lease, despite HIP1 and HIP2) HDB flat. But instead of depreciating as the lease runs out PAP allowed a “property bubble” to more than fully offset the underlying depreciation of the HDB flat. As a result, 30+ years old HDB flat (1/3 of 99-year lease is used up) are being sold at the same price as a NEW flat (with a full 99-year lease) of the same size and in the same area. This is INSANITY. It is as insane as paying for a 5-year old car at the same price as a new car of the same make and model.

    The “property bubble” makes HDB flats like cryptocurrency which saw their value rise up sharply just due to excess demand and speculation. But HDB flat is worse because it has a limited life (99 years) it will be worth ZERO at the end of the lease. This is a FACT. Not even PAP or “Lee Con You” can change this (economic) FACT.

    The “property bubble” perpetuated by PAP cannot be sustained. Why? Because it will push the price of new HDB flats so high the person buying it can never FULLY PAY for one even after working for 30+ years before retiring.

    Since HDB flat will depreciate to ZERO for sure, it CANNOT be a STORE OF VALUE. Investing saving for retirement (CPF) in a basically depreciating asset like an over priced, poor quality HDB flat is the mother-of-all mistakes made by PAP. To make matter worse, since LHL became PM the price of HDB flat MORE THAN DOUBLED sucking in more retirement savings of Singaporeans into an over-price, poor quality asset. Singaporeans are losing BILLIONS in value annually in the money invested in the HDB flat.

    The crash of HDB flat prices is in the card. It is unavoidable. At some point HDB owners will realize their flat cannot be worth as much as a NEW flat because its REMAINING lease is a lot less. Then there will be stampede to sell HDB flats causing their price to crash. BILLIONS of retirement savings will disappear.

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