While functional for the most part, MyMoonJet.com is a work in progress and I've still got plenty of work to do before it's near complteted. Stay up to date with recent developments here.
Q. According to the date, your last update happend tommorrow - how is that possible?
A. I live in Australia, we are up to 12 hours ahead of some other parts of the world.
I've made some adjustments to the random picker to make things a bit fairer. I'm still working on the level system, but the random picker is geared up and ready for it.
The changes are as follows:
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I'm not much for blogging, I'd rather spend the time working on parts of the site that matter, however I will endeavour to post updates here. My pre-dev notes below contain a fair bit of info regarding the site, however please keep in mind that they are simply my pre-development notes and should not be taken as a completely accuarate description of MyMoonJet.com as I am cosntantly evolving ideas. But they will give you a fair idea of what this site is all about until I get time to write a propper "about" page.
Thanks for dropping by to read this, MyMoonJet.com is a new website and is an ongoing project with more features and updates to come.
For now though, this is a semi- organised compilation of my own personal notes and ideas that I wrote down when I came up the idea before I even started working on the development of the site
To provide a simple decentralised platform for users to grow all of their coinpot/moon series referrals (as well as a couple of others) with one simple link instead of half a dozen or more. It also aims to provide a strategy for growing your bitcoin with no investment.
A user signs up to MyMoonJet.com for free with an email address and password.
They then login to their admin panel and enter their referral extensions for moon bitcoin, moon litecoin etc…..
If the user does not yet use the featured faucets/services, they can sign up from the referral links displayed on the page.
Every time somebody visits the page, the page will display the ads for the featured services but each time it will use a referral link randomly picked from all of the multiple users’ referral links.
1. Main "Faucets" page
2. "Your Leads" page
3. Info Area(still on my to do list) – Videos/articles explaining:
4. Other services
5. Reward Points (pending idea) "Jet Fuel"
As great as the Moon series of faucets are, if you want to get referrals, you have six different referral links to try and promote if you want to get referrals for all of them.
MyMoonJet.com aims to make this easier by putting your referral links all on the one page, so instead of trying to promote six different urls, you only need to promote one url which promotes all six plus a few other optional services if you wish to be involved with them also.
1. Register your free account at MyMoonJet.com
2. Log in to your account at MyMoonJet.com
3. Enter your referral codes for each listed faucet/service you wish to promote
3.a If you don’t have referral codes for these services, use the links provided on the "Faucets" page and/or the "Your Leads" page(these are all all other MyMoonJet.com users referral links - chosen randomly from a pool.
4. Tell your friends and contacts about MyMoonJet.com?r=(your_referral_code) instead of spamming them with 6+ different urls and promote all the faucets with just one link.
Disclaimer: I'm not a financial advisor, this is just what works for me, please do your own reasearch before making any investments!
The fastest way to get Bitcoin and cryptocurrency is to simply buy it from an exchange, but Faucets are great for great for people who either don’t have a lot of cash to invest into cryptocurrency or perhaps are new to the whole crypto world and want to test the waters before investing, or don’t have access to an exchange or access to change their fiat currency into crypto.
Most faucets have a very small claim amount earned each time you claim and require a very large balance to be built up before you can actually withdraw the funds into your own wallet. In some cases this can take months or longer.
The beauty of the Coinpot/Moon Series, which includes Moon Bitcoin, Moon Litecoin, Moon Dogecoin, Moon Dash, Moon Cash, BitFun and Bonus Bitcoin is that every single claim from each of them is deposited instantly to your coinpot wallet, and can be instantly exchanged back and forth between Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Dogecoin and Bitcoin Cash, or Coinpot Tokens at any time for free. Their exchange rates vary with the market fluctuations.
Each claim you make from each of the coinpot faucets also earns you Coinpot Tokens. Coinpot Tokens can be used to buy lottery tickets, play a dice game or simply exchange them directly for crypto.
At the time of writing this article, the minimum withdrawal for Bitcoin is 10000 Satoshis (0.0001 Btc) and there is currently no withdrawal fee(though that could change in the future).
With no referrals, claiming as much as I could every day, whenever I’m on a smoke break or whatever, I personally tended to average at least 1 withdrawal a week(It gets faster when you have some referrals under you). While waiting for my balance to reach the 10k Sats, I watch the prices of the above mentioned coins at coinmarketcap.com, if one is down significantly, I usually shift all the coins in my coinpot account to that coin, or if they are all up, I might shift them all into the coin that’s up the least. On such a small amount of coins, the gains of these trades may be very tiny, but they do add up and it’s good practice to get you into the habit of watching the price and fluctuation patterns for later on when you have enough capital to actually start trading properly on a proper exchange.
So you finally hit 10k Satoshis, what next? Well it isn’t really enough to do much with, in fact it’s not even enough to cover a fraction of some exchanges transfer fees. How much is it worth? That depends on the market, right now at the time that I’m writing this, 10k Satoshis is woth about $0.73c USD , or $0.93c AUD if you’re an Aussie like me. Last night at one point it was worth about $1.20 AUD, it goes up and down all the time.
A lot of people might think, that’s crazy, you spent all your spare time and smoke breaks all week dealing with captcha’s and popup ads and stuff to make a measly $1?
The thing to remember is that Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency is still in it’s infancy with a lot of room to grow.
In 2010, before bitcoin was worth much at all, 2 Pizzas were bought for 10000 Bitcoins, right at the very moment of writing this at the end of May 2018, 10000 Bitcoins is worth over $95 Million AUD, and that’s after the so called “Crash” or "Bubble Burst" where the price of one Bitcoin rose to $29k AUD before Christmas 2017 before tumbling back down to about where it currently is, sitting around the $10k AUD mark, give or take a K or two on any particular day. Is that a crash? Hmm well If you bought it at the all-time high you’d prolly be saying yes but hey, even after dropping back down that far, it’s worth 230% more than it was at this time last year. If you go back into the historical charts, you will see this massive rise and half crash is a repeating pattern, but each time resting at a higher low.
What I’m saying is don’t underestimate that $1.00 worth of bitcoin, it could very well be worth a lot more than that in a few years’ time.
Right now only about 6% percent of the global economy is in Cryptocurrency, but more and more businesses are starting to use it, Banks and major Stock exchanges are starting to use the block chain technology behind it, Wall Street are trading futures on it, Governments around the world are starting to take notice of it and starting to try and regulate it, making it more widely accepted and legitimate, cryptocurrency is the future, and we’re still considered to be getting our foot in the door early, and the cost of 2 Pizzas is sure to keep rising as more people get involved.
So I never look at 10k Satoshis and say, I’ve got about $1 there, I don’t care what it’s fiat $ value is now, I’ll worry about that a few years later on in the future, for now it’s 10k Satoshis and that’s awesome.
Hmm ok but what can do with 10k Satoshis right now? It’s not really enough to trade in the exchanges, you could stash it away in a paper wallet, that’s probably not a bad idea so long as you don’t lose it. An offline hardware wallet would cost far more than it’s worth for that small amount, but might be worth looking into if you have a considerable amount invested.
Here’s what I personally do, (But to be clear, this is NOT professional financial advice, it's simply what works for me), I hope it helps... There’s another faucet I use called freebitcoin, with an hourly claim of around 27 Sats and a couple of free lottery tickets hourly it’s not the highest paying faucet out there, but Freebitcoin is more than just faucet, it’s also a gambling site but I tend to stay away from that. It’s also an investment site. It doesn’t promise huge returns like a lot of scams out there, but instead pays 4.08 % annual interest on your balance, paid daily so long as you have a balance of $30k Staoshis or higher.
There’s also no lock in contract, you can withdraw your all or some of your balance at any time.
So, three minimum withdrawals of $10k Satoshi from Coinpot into your Freebitcoin account and you start earning interest every single day without lifting another finger.
You may think the amount is much, but if you’re reading this then chances are that you’ve sat there countless times filling in captcha details and fending off popups from faucets to earn less, so think of it as a free, automatic faucet claim every day, you don’t even need to visit the site. I once stopped anything to do with faucets for 6 months, and had 6 months’ worth of daily compound interest on waiting for me in my account when I finally did log back in.
What’s more, they have a great referral program, where you can earn bitcoins from your referral’s the faucet free roll claims, their gambling activity and you’ll also earn 25% of any interest your referrals earn on their balance without you lifting a finger.