First and foremost, thing you need to do is get a “Bitcoin Wallet”. Because Bitcoin is
an internet based currency, you need a place to keep your Bitcoins. Go
to http://www.bitcoin.org and
download the Bitcoin client for your Operating System. Install it the
client will begin to download the blockchain. Downloading the blockchain
can take a long time and will be over 6GB of data. If you have data
caps, I would recommend ordering a copy of the blockchain on DVD to keep
from going over as it is growing exponentially. Once the client is up to date, click “New” to get your wallet address.
It will be a long sequence of letters and numbers. One of most important
things you can do is make sure you have a copy of the wallet.dat file
on a thumb drive and print a copy out and keep it in a safe location.
You can view a tutorial on how to create a secure wallet by clicking the
link on the top of the page. The reason is that if you computer crashes
and you do not have a copy of your wallet.dat file, you will lose all
of your Bitcoins. They won’t go to someone else, they will disappear
forever. It is like burning cash.
Here's the story goes~There was a man who is upset due to some unexpected obstacles faced in his career. He carried his sadness and disappointment on the life he had now and plan to commit suicide in a jungle.
eBay: The First 10 Years.Yes, you read that correctly: ten years. eBay was created in September 1995, by a man called Pierre Omidyar, who was living in San Jose. He wanted his site - then called 'AuctionWeb' - to be an online marketplace, and wrote the first code for it in one weekend. It was one of the first websites of its kind in the world. The name 'eBay' comes from the domain Omidyar used for his site. His company's name was Echo Bay, and the 'eBay AuctionWeb' was originally just one part of Echo Bay's website at ebay.com. The first thing ever sold on the site was Omidyar's broken laser pointer, which he got $14 for.
Breakfast can be a tricky meal--some people won't leave the house
without their morning nourishment and others never eat when they get up
due to lack of appetite or time. But we have all probably at some point
in life been told that "breakfast is the most important meal of the
day," an old saying that actually might be - at least to some extent -
Job interviews can can be awkward and nerve wracking, but there's
usually at least a minimum standard of professional behavior that you
can expect. Unfortunately, things sometimes take a turn toward the