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Big company buying small gpt sites » Post #3

Sat Aug 03, 2019 02:17 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote: A lot of big gpt companies buying small gpt sites. I heard inboxdollars and fusion cash have sold their website the same company this year. Is neobux sold their website this company.

Yes InboxDollar is part of the companies operated by Prodege LLC. As far as Neobux, this does not make sense. It would be impossible for NB to sell to Prodege. While Neobux is also technically now a rewards site, it is not really a full fledged GPT, it lacks many of the elements of a full fledged GPT. And due to the PTC elements, it would NOT be possible - they would have to drop the PTC model completely, if they do they will lose majority of its traffic that would be bad, even Fernando is paying Canadian members in USD, It is good time now for them to implement some common features of CS, the only reason I am not doing anything on their site is because unfortunately Netteller and Skrill is not a viable option for me due to the very high fees of those payment procsesors, and apparently he is not too keen of using Payoneer.

I do not think he would accept to sell to a company that allegedly deceives Canadians by not including the currency conversion. Though now it is their time to shine - remove PTC, change name, add PaYPal and other payment processors

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The owner of clixsense sold his website since he is no longer making money.

I have noticed this thread continues a couple years from now.

Unless he told you personally, then it is based on speculation only. I do not think it is true. Not all sales are because company is doing bad, nothing lasts forever, some owners might want to move on - Valerie provided an explanation about why he sold, and her explanation makes a lot of sense, I do not believe it is about money. Besides, usually people sell when things are still doing well with head high - ok some sales are due to financial difficulty, but this was clearly not the case for CS, it may have been a good timing, besides it was not his main earner. And also besides, in my opinion GPT is on a decline, right now nobody knows what will happen to tasks once Appen completes its full acquisition - will they retain Figure Eight's external channels or will they transition everything to their own portal. If they do, then the international GPTs will take a HUGE hit.


Swagbucks is not only company are buying all smaller reward sites. The other company competitors of swagbucks are doing same thing buying smaller rewards sites.

By the way so many choices to earn money online now. For example get paid walk, trivia, download apps and other.

Jim is smart to sell since he got nothing left prove anything. He didn’t improve the product. I warn him he need to do something different his website.

Big company buying small gpt sites » Post #1

Sat Aug 03, 2019 01:41 in General Talk

A lot of big gpt companies buying small gpt sites. I heard inboxdollars and fusion cash have sold their website the same company this year. Is neobux sold their website this company.

Making money sites are being sold with big companies. Since making money online is getting popular online every year.

The owner of clixsense sold his website since he is no longer making money.

I have noticed this thread continues a couple years from now.

Prodege » Post #24

Sat Aug 03, 2019 01:21 in General Talk

I heard swagbucks bought inboxdollars too

Would you pay 50 bucks to watch Jake paul weeding » Post #1

Mon Jul 29, 2019 01:39 in General Talk

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #28

Sat Jul 27, 2019 22:15 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote:
BlizZzard wrote: In India,

Amazon Prime = 14.5$ per year
(includes Prime Video, Prime Music, Free delivery + quick delivery, Prime Only deals and rewards)

Hotstar = 14.5$ per year (TV, Movies, live Sports)

Netflix = 9.5$ per month, HD, 2 screens

Who wants mobile only version without HD and only 1 screen?
I currently subscribed to both Prime and Hotstar. I didn't subscribe to Netflix only because of the price.


They spend over billions dollars on Netflix their budget. This why Netflix is expensive in India

lol - how did you come up with this figure mate ? They spend billions ? Whom ? And I think you meant inexpensive, because those prices are very inexpensive :D Here an Amazon Prime costs almost $100 with tax included and $156 for Netflix (for 2 screens and HD).

So I'd like to know where you got this source from, you'd think a country would invest billions in its budget for more important stuff like health care and stuff that really matters. In the U.S., they invest trillions to look for E.T.s and discover life on other planets :P

India salary is only 5 bucks a day vs western wages like 8 bucks an hour or higher.

This why India amazon prime only 15 bucks a year vs USA 119 dollars a year on prime. This why India price cheap due low salaries from India

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #26

Sat Jul 27, 2019 10:59 in General Talk

BlizZzard wrote: In India,

Amazon Prime = 14.5$ per year
(includes Prime Video, Prime Music, Free delivery + quick delivery, Prime Only deals and rewards)

Hotstar = 14.5$ per year (TV, Movies, live Sports)

Netflix = 9.5$ per month, HD, 2 screens

Who wants mobile only version without HD and only 1 screen?
I currently subscribed to both Prime and Hotstar. I didn't subscribe to Netflix only because of the price.


They spend over billions dollars on Netflix their budget. This why Netflix is expensive in India

Sprint and T-Mobile merger have been approved » Post #1

Fri Jul 26, 2019 17:23 in General Talk

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #23

Fri Jul 26, 2019 16:03 in General Talk

Inconite wrote: Netflix is too expensive in my country and many top movies and tv series are not available.


You live India you paying 2.8 dollars Netflix that cheap

Netflix launches Rs 199 ($2.8) mobile-only monthly plan in India – TechCrunch

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #93

Thu Jul 25, 2019 20:21 in General Talk

jjohnson777 wrote: I was cashing bitcoin out daily or twice daily first 10 days of month one my people were trying to win a car. It was nice made up for Amazon being almost two weeks late paying European royalties. Now I back to cashing bitcoin out weekly or bi-weekly. They blew almost 20k trying to win a car unless they win the car (or few hundred grand bitcoin). Unless they bought the bitcoin back when was dirt cheap.

Most months I make more from my book income or clixsence. But the months they try winning a car (they seem go deposit happy about every three to six months). Or it could be the betting which was recently added to the site.

Do they have to pay any taxes at all if they win a lambo car

Did you download faceapp » Post #1

Fri Jul 19, 2019 17:09 in General Talk

Have you download faceapp. It is the most download app around the world

FaceApp isn't stealing your pics. But it's not wrong to be creeped out - CNN Video

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #89

Wed Jul 17, 2019 05:55 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote: Our friends bitcoin now tanking again. :evil: :evil: :evil:

Told you it would. You would have better luck with the markets It has been a great first quarter for markets this year, I could see the DOW reaching above 28k-29k before the end of the year. Bitcoin is just EXTREME volatility 100% of the time, unlike actual markets, BTC can one day drop down 25%-40% of its value, with actual markets it would take a great depression or world war to trigger such drops, or a really bad recession :) Don't waste your time with Bitcoin, it's glory days are over, your best bet for money making was to purchase those when bitcoin was in the single or double digit OR if you run scam sites and scam people of Bitcoin like this guy Richard O'Neil who ran several ponzi schemes and fraudulent sites over the years. Bitcoin is kept afloat by criminal and illicit business online, the way Bitcoin works is that it is a GAME - it inflates, then the bubble bursts and people sell like crazy - most people doing bitcoin are not aiming for long term like those who have a portfolio of real investments and pension savings, so people sell out, cash out, then it creates a new opportunity for buyers, so the low buyers come into play, they jump on the bandwagon and they will play it out until it rises and until they start getting scared and then sell out, rince recycle repeat, bitcoin is a dangerous gamble, it already reached its peak, it is going to continue going up /down /up / down / up /down, it will not reach above its peak anytime soon, that's why it is so volatile people are in a rush to sell out, they know realistically the value will not keep rising a with regular markets....


By the way I collect free bitcoin in faucet. I am not losing any money at all.

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #86

Tue Jul 16, 2019 23:03 in General Talk

Our friends bitcoin now tanking again. :evil: :evil: :evil:

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #76

Fri Jul 05, 2019 11:34 in General Talk

Bitcoin have been up and down

Dogecoin have been added the biggest exchange » Post #1

Fri Jul 05, 2019 11:32 in General Talk

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #75

Tue Jun 25, 2019 23:56 in General Talk

Bitcoin just reach 12k dollars. Bitcoin baby is going up crazy

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #72

Sat Jun 22, 2019 08:21 in General Talk

Breaking news bitcoin just hit 11k dollars per coin

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #68

Fri Jun 21, 2019 23:30 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
jjohnson777 wrote: Facets not waste of time if promote them. I earn $10-20 a week from just one.

How much money do you earn promoting them ? $10-$20 a week is it gross or net ?

Yeah of course if you promote sites and earn from referral commissions that might be another story, but earning from faucets as a user = massive waste of time, there are other much better ways to earn, even from the worst GPT / offer wall / surveys. Those who believe wasting their time on faucets is an investment for when BTC explode are delusional. Bitcoin will NOT value to a million dollar or half, or quarter or a fraction of it - traditional investments are even safer, even with its up / down volatility, in the long term it is a safe bet, you won't build your retirement wealth with bitcoin let alone bitcoin faucets. I think bitcoin will suffer another major blow, and even if it manages to rise to 5 figures, it will remain a low 5 figure. Those who "invested" in bitcoin in early days are the ones who are in big time profits if they played their cards right, it's pointless now, I'd rather invest that $9k in a well crafted portfolio which will likely double or triple or more my money down the line, than on some bitcoin crap which is fueled by delusional and criminal activity online.

Remove darknet from the equation and bitcoin would lose most of its value and be worthless, with real world market you have ups and downs and corrections, the only time you can expect to see huge dips is during a recession, war or depression. With Bitcoin it does not take much to send it down big time. The only thing that is keeping bitcoin on life support at the moment is criminal activity online (for the most part through darknet) and HYIP / scams online in general.

The legit merchants using bitcoin are such a tiny percentage - why would you only use bitcoin if you are legit, unless you have something to hide.

So yeah the best days of Bitcoin are behind it, it might rise again to 5 figures, no doubt, and people will be all excited, and then reality will set in and boom, it will tank, but it will never reach 6 figures let alone 7, the only millionaires from BTC are those who went all in when it was worth 2 figures, assuming they were not greedy and played it right.

I hate though seeing people live on a delusional dream that will never happen, too many people are lured with false hope and get quite disappointed in the end.

Smart people people buy bitcoin in the bottom price. It is like stock market

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #67

Fri Jun 21, 2019 22:33 in General Talk

Bitcoin is back Bitcoin just hit 10k per coin. It is about 11k per coin

If you can't afford bitcoin just buy litecoin, dogecoin

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #62

Wed Jun 19, 2019 00:39 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote: @S.P.

Faucets are a massive waste of time. The amount you earn are tiny fractions, hardly worth it, unless you fancy earning fractions of cents every hour, i.e. assuming a site pays 45 satoshi per hour for captcha, that's roughly $0.004 USD.
Much better wasting that energy on surveys and few cents on tasks.

The faucets is much like PTC, some generate ad revenue for your clicks and pay you fractions of cents much the same way as PTC, but sometimes less even, and others its captcha resolving, and on some its ponzi scheme element and rev sharing, so higher amount of Satoshi, but in the end the earnings are ridiculous and hardly worth it.
You are better off doing offer walls and slideshows, it's much more lucrative than btc faucets.

If bitcoin go up 1 millions dollars per coin. Your faucet earning worth a lot of money in;the future. Same people say faucet waste of time in 2013

Our bitcoin baby is back » Post #59

Mon Jun 17, 2019 21:14 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote: Our friend bitcoin just reach 9000 today

Bitcoin is like playing with fire, most people are greedy and do not play the game right and lose big time. Unlike stock market, which are also volatile but have small variations, Bitcoin is EXTREMELY volatile and its direction can be extremes, particularly on the down side, so whilst it might be at 9k at the time you posted, next day it could be 25%-50% less or more.

Smart investors who joined the Bitcoin wagon early when it was in the 3 digits, should have made big time profits by now, by at least selling and recovering their initial money spent + a % of their profits, and continue in time to withdraw a % of their gains, this way under worse scenario they would not lose anything but their profits above their ROI. I do not believe that Bitcoin will raise to high / upper 5 figures anytime soon, it's likely to fall back down or ease at 5k-7k levels, maybe lower.

Though in a few days when we will have disappointing news from the feds and soon when we will have a clusterf*** of an escalation of the China trade war thing , you can expect stocks to lose at least 800-1k points in the days / weeks to follow, maybe then Bitcoin can rise above 10k, who knows.......... Greed kills either way, unless you are a politician, because then you are gambling with tax payer money so no problem you will still have your yearly 600k pension + lifetime benefits and treated like royalty.

Bitcoin is just a GAME it is not backed up by anything, and what's keeping Bitcoin afloat is the scam industry online that relies exclusively on it, the near totality of HYIPs now accept Bitcoin (alongside PerfectMoney), but Bitcoin is the main currency on ponzi scheme HYIP sites and underground / illegal business, etc, so those who made profits with Bitcoin you can thank the scammers. Scammers help Bitcoin and Bitcoin help scammers flourish.

Whilst the hard working honest blokes struggle to earn a few bloody cents on those rubbish surveys !

You can use free bitcoin Faucet. I am collecting as many free bitcoin as much I can.
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