In regular (spot) markets, traders can only profit when the value on the Bitcoin increase. In contrast, through futures contracts, you can profit in both ways as the value of an asset rise or falls. Just select LONG POSITION if you think Bitcoin’s price will be rising, or SHORT POSITION if you anticipate Bitcoin’s price will be falling.

Can you really earn bitcoin for free? Yes! There are lots of platforms, faucets where you can earn for free with little or no efforts. In this article, you’ll see top lists of where free bitcoin can be earned for free, and also few investment websites.


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Recommended Crypto Services

FREEBITCOIN is one of the top easy online bitcoin faucet, founded in 2013 which enables users to earn Bitcoin every hour. Payout: Bitcoin. Features: Faucet, Bets (football, racing, crypto currency, and more), HI-LO Game, Lottery, Referrals.
Join Stormgain

Stormgain Cloud Miner makes it possible to mine free BTC coins on StormGain servers. Activate the Miner in 4 hour-shifts and withdraw funds to your wallet when you reach the equivalent of at least 10 USDT in BTC. No expensive equipment needed, no CPU drainage, fast and risk-free!Register using the promo code MINER and get +5 USDT free!
Join Coinpayu
COINPAYU is a legit Bitcoin Paid-To-Click (PTC) site that will pay you for viewing ads. Here you’ll find decent number of ads available for viewing, which makes it much easier to reach the minimum payment when compared to other similar pages. Payout: BTC, altcoins and Payeer.
Join Betfury
BETFURY BOXES Want to earn crypto? Getting a crypto with BetFury box is easy! Get Satoshi every 20 minutes, withdraw to your balance on the platform, play or manage these coins as you like! You start your gaming way from the 1st Rank – Novice. The more you play – the higher your Rank is. Go up to the next rank, and earn a reward of 10000 satoshis! Payout: Bitcoin and Binance Coin (BNB)
Join Everve
EVERVE – allow you to exchange online actions for money. These actions range from following other person on Instagram, Twitter, VK, etc or viewing, liking, subscribing, commenting YouTube videos or any other type of action. You can send the money you earn to Payeer and exchange it for bitcoins. Withdrawal: Qiwi, Yandex Money and Payeer.
Join AdBTC
AdBTC is one of the best Bitcoin PTC sites available. The earning potential is big and everyone can start earning satoshis with a little effort every day. Payout: Bitcoin, ExpressCrypto, FaucetPay and Payeer. Features: PTC ads, Autosurfing, Shortlinks and referrals.
Join Cointyply
COINTIPLY is a next-generation Bitcoin rewards platform. Users earn free Bitcoin by interacting and completing tasks. Payout: BTC and Doge. Features: Offers, Surveys, PTC Ads, Video Ads, Referrals, Games, and Faucet.
Join Faucet Crypto
FAUCET CRYPTO Are you looking for a easy to use faucet for free cryptocurrencies? What are you waiting for? Grab your free coins today! FaucetCrypto is currently supporting 20 cryptocurrencies. Payout: BTC, 20 other crypto and FaucetPay. Features: Faucet, Shortlinks, PTC ads, OfferWall, leveling, referrals.
SURFEBE Make crypto-money online without investing, performing simple tasks. Important! Install app (mobile) or browser extension (PC) to multiply your earnings!  Payout: WebMoney, Quiwi, and Payeer (recommended, no fee). Features: Mobile App, Surf Ads, Video Ads, 10 levels of referrals!
Join FaucetPay
FAUCETPAY Choose from immense list of 600+ faucets to claim from. You can also take some time and click on tasks, offers, and advertisements available. Payout: Bitcoin and 9 other cyptocurrencies. Features: Faucets, Offer Wall, PTC Ads, Surveys, Games, and Referrals.
Join GraB.TC
GRABTC is more than just a faucet! Complete tasks & earn LEVELS. For every level, your rewards gets bigger up to x3.75. Payout: BTC and FaucetPay. Features: Faucet, Shortlinks, PTC ads, Jobs, CPU Mining, referrals.
Join ContyAds
CONTYADS On ContyAds, you have several ways to generate income from your personal actions, as well as from the actions of your refferals.
Payout: Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Perfect Money, and Payeer. Features: PTC ads, Video ads, Banner ads, and 3 tiers of referrals.


Important: To receive your crypto-earnings, you need a “BITCOIN ADDRESS” (if you already don’t have one). But don’t worry, getting it only takes few minutes. The easiest and fastest method to obtain your bitcoin address is to sign up for one of the cryptocurrency exchanges. We recommend BINANCE and PAYEER.

 PAYEER – Easy-to-use crypto-exchange and Electronic Wallet. Supports Bitcoin, 6 altcoins, and 3 fiat currencies (EUR, USD, RUB). Simple registration and instant activation. No verification reqired. Excellent service for beginners!

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Join Binance Futures

 BINANCE – World’s biggest crypto-exchange. 150 different cryptocurrencies (altcoins), “futures contracts”, margin trading, crypto loans, crypto savings, VISA card, Bitcoin & Ethereum pool mining, and much more. Binance is the best choice for a professional bitcoiner.


BYBIT offers the best-in-class market depth. Set up take profit/stop loss at entry, receive strategy alerts and adjust your order(s) with one click!


PHEMEX Led by 8 former Morgan Stanley Executives, Phemex’s goal is to build the worlds most trustworthy cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform.

Best “Bitcoin Futures” Platforms

If you’ve already accumulated a decent amount of satoshi, it’s time to earn “Real Money”! Traders may choose leverages up to 125X, which can greatly increase your profits. However, if you are a beginner investor, I strongly recommend 1X-3X leverage, as high leverage trading is very risky.

Yesterday’s FIRE is not enough to produce today’s ASHES (Testimony)

Leviticus 6:13:
The FIRE shall ever be burning upon the altar; it shall never go out.

If you stop adding WOODS (the Word of God) and fanning it with PRAYERS, it’ll soon go off!

Leviticus 6:12:
“…priest shall burn WOOD on it every morning, and lay the burnt offering in order upon it…”

One thing Youths lack in their Prayer life is “CONSISTENCY”. They get very Hot today, and become cold tomorrow.

I want to ask: “if a fire is not maintaining it’s degree of hotness, can it cook anything?”

There’s power in consistency. Please fight any trace of Coldness, with a Fast or a personal RETREAT.

Noting should quench your FIRE, not even the ASHES (testimonies).

Leviticus 6:10:
“…take up the ASHES which the FIRE hath consumed with the burnt offering on the altar, and put them beside the altar. (12) And the FIRE upon the altar shall be burning in it; it shall not be put out…”

Every cold altar, I command your FIRE to be restored In Jesus Name! 

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Tottenham hope on Harry Kane’s fitness for Cup final ⚽

Tottenham face an anxious wait to discover whether Harry Kane will be fit for the Carabao Cup final after the striker limped out of the 2-2 draw at Everton with a foot injury.

Kane scored his 20th and 21st goals of the Premier League season at Goodison Park, where Gylfi Sigurdsson also struck twice for the hosts, but was forced off in stoppage time after Richarlison landed on his foot at a corner. The Spurs striker will be assessed on Saturday, with José Mourinho desperate for positive news before next Sunday’s Wembley final against Manchester City.

“For him to leave the pitch with a few minutes to go is obviously because he felt something,” the Spurs manager said. “It is too early to say something. I don’t want to feed any speculation or be stupidly optimistic and say that he will play in the next game [against Southampton in midweek] or the final. I don’t know. He doesn’t know. Tomorrow we will see how it reacts and take a look in more detail.”

Kane capitalised on two dreadful defensive mistakes by Everton to put Spurs ahead and then equalise in the second half. “It was great finishing,” said Mourinho. “It’s the kind of player that when you see the first touch and the control, we are used to seeing it in training and we know it is fantastic finishing. Two beautiful goals but not a surprise for the ones who see him do it every day in training.”

The Spurs manager, however, was unhappy with Michael Oliver’s decision to award Everton a first-half penalty when James Rodríguez went down under minimal contact from Sergio Reguilón. “The penalty was not a penalty,” he insisted. “I think the players should be praised [for not haranguing Oliver over the decision] but we all have the feeling that it is very difficult for VAR to go against a referee’s decision. They don’t like to expose each other.

“The maximum they like to tell the referee is: ‘Come on, have a look,’ but when Mr Oliver is in such high speed to the penalty spot I don’t think there is any point complaining.”

What One Lie Taught Me About Speaking For Other People | by Ellen McRae | Hello, Love | Apr, 2021

How many of you have broken up with a friend? This style of break-up is, in many ways, worse than a romantic one. I didn’t think breaking up with my best friend could be any worse than it was. That was I until I realised I was splitting with our seven mutual friends at the […]

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A Relationship Shouldn’t Turn You Into a Contortionist | by GB Rogut | Apr, 2021

I already knew this relationship wouldn’t be easy. He was twice my age and fresh out of a relationship that ended badly. But we were in love and determined to fight for what we had. At least that’s what we told ourselves. I expected us to have arguments from time to time, prompted by our […]

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Taking a Career Break. Finding out that there’s more to life… | by Eric Wong | The Talent Shark | Apr, 2021

Finding out that there’s more to life than work! Photo by Adeolu Eletu on Unsplash A lot of us focus on how we can land that next job, or how we can continue to stay relevant in today’s economy. There is also a lot of emphasis on how we can better ourselves to climb that […]

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I had breakfast with my daddy recently. We talked about all that had happened in the past year, how things were going at Walmart, how hard it was for him to work long hours, and how crazy it has been doing all of this in a pandemic. I was glad to be able to sit down with him. We didn’t really do that too much when I was younger, but the older I have gotten, the closer I’ve wanted to become.

“Hey daddy,” I asked, “what got you into politics?” He paused. He bent his head over a bit. He shook it side to side. “Those white boys back then tried to lynch my brother,” he said. “That did it.”

I couldn’t say anything. I was stunned. I had known my daddy to be reserved, quiet. He stands 5 feet, 5 inches tall and has a slight limp from spinal surgery. His beard is grey and black, wrapping around his face like the mask he was wearing. And he felt every bit of the words that were coming out of his mouth. His body, which had been relaxed, tensed up. I knew the memory had come back in terrible ways.

“Daddy, as a pastor,” he continued, “really didn’t get involved in politics.” His daddy, who I barely remember, pastored a small Black rural church in Dillon, S.C. “But for us,” he said, recounting his life in the ’60s and ’70s, “for us, we went from colored to Black.”

I knew what he meant. My daddy and so many Black folks like him had gotten tired of a world that saw them as problems and not people. He had gotten so tired of Black lives being terrorized. He had to find a way through the brutality of this country. And he knew that this was the story that I needed to hear.

“Daddy,” I said. “I’m glad you told me that.”

“That’s the only way we have made it,” he told me. Telling stories is the only way.

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All the Christian single ladies

For years my parents’ church supported a missionary in Nepal who, by all accounts of her ministry, was the definition of badass. But — and I’m not sure where or how I learned to think this way — even as a young girl, I distinctly remember praying that I would never end up like her.

Why? Not because she was a spiritual powerhouse who was doing amazing work among the young girls of a developing country. Because she was single.

Flash forward a couple of decades to the present day. I was babysitting a family of outrageously adorable children and as we walked to the park, one of the girls asked me if I had a little girl of my own. I said I didn’t. The other sister asked if I was married and I admitted I wasn’t. The first girl stopped dead in the middle of the sidewalk and exclaimed, “You mean you don’t have a man?” It took everything in me not to burst out laughing — largely because, as most of us realize when we get older, having a partner often complicates, rather than simplifies your life.

I am a Christian woman in my mid-30s, and I am single. And though I enjoy a life that I would consider abundant — full of friends and family, great professional opportunities, a decent level of financial freedom, and above all else, an extremely deep spiritual relationship with the Creator of the Universe — I recognize that to many younger women, I’m a cautionary tale. Because I am single.

Some of these thoughts came to mind as I read the New York Magazine excerpt of Rebecca Traister’s book, All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation. According to the piece, we are living in a new era in our country in which there are more single women (defined as never-married, widowed, divorced, or separated) than married women.

Traister writes,

“Perhaps even more strikingly, the number of adults younger than 34 who had never married was up to 46 percent, rising 12 percentage points in less than a decade. For women under 30, the likelihood of being married has become astonishingly small: Today, only around 20 percent of Americans ages 18–29 are wed, compared to nearly 60 percent in 1960.”

Curious about the percentage of single women in churches, I decided to look into the numbers myself. According to the Pew Research Religious Landscape Study conducted in 2014, the percentage of unmarried women (including never married, widowed and divorced/separated) amongst evangelical Protestants was 42 percent. Those numbers were similar to that of women in the Catholic Church (40 percent) and among mainline Protestants (45 percent). Those numbers increased in Historically Black Protestant churches to 59 percent.

If I had more time and access to some stats software, I would crosstab these percentages with age in order to get a more complete picture. But as a professional church lady, I’ve also seen these demographics to be empirically true. And any church leader worth his or her salt (pun absolutely intended) knows that communities of faith reap tremendous benefit from having single women — and men — in their congregations.


Single women tend to serve more in churches than their married counterparts. The apostle Paul’s argument for singleness — that it allows men and women to be more available for God and the church — is borne out time and again when church ladies like me put together service schedules. Church would not happen were it not for the dedication of single people (and to be fair, married couples without children).

And though there tends to be a suspicion of unmarried women and men — at least in the evangelical church (I can’t speak for other branches) — and a stigma that somehow we are less spiritually mature, this has not always been the case. For centuries, the church has seen single men and women join monastic orders or convents and devote themselves to God and to service.

I recently discussed this with an Episcopal priest who spent years in a monastic community. He pointed out that the reason for celibacy in these communities is largely to make oneself more open to divine intimacy with Christ. Certainly this bears out in his life.

I’d never heard a pastor speak more tenderly and passionately about knowing Jesus until I heard this man.

Which brings up an interesting conundrum. I can say from my experience as a single woman in church (again, mostly evangelical branches) that there is much stigma around singleness. Despite the fact that Jesus himself was single and childless, that Paul was single and childless, and that women (many of whom were unmarried) were active in the early church,

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My Daughter is lying to me about School

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Dear Readers,

I’m writing about my daughter, a seventh grader whom I’ll call Z. Her school has been fully remote since last spring. Z used to love school, but after a year of remote classes, she is totally unmotivated.

I’m terrified that, with high school approaching, she is falling behind. She used to be at the top of her class, but everything has changed in the past year. To make matters worse, sometimes when I ask if her work is done, she lies to me, as I later hear from the teacher that the work didn’t get done. I can’t stand that she’s lying to me.

But as much as I nag or beg or scold or offer raises in allowance if she does better, nothing seems to make a difference.

What should I do?

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Singles and Married 👥

What Age is perfect for marriage?

This is a good question for both singles and married to answer. Naturally, some will say 18years is the perfect timing for the ladies, and financial stability should determine the guys perfect time for marriage; while others will say 25 is okay for the ladies, and anytime for the guy, so long the money keeps coming.

Which school of thought do you belong: A, B, or C, your own? Let’s learn from you.

Stay Organized

Who me? Organized? My people might tell you otherwise, but I do find it hard to keep track of weekly schedule. You know: food stuffs checking, grocery shopping, clothing tidying, and so on. Fortunately, in the house we all pitch in. No one person does everything. But we do have a little secret that helps our day run more smoothly. Hey! I’m organised to an extent, keeping principles, paid job activities, volunteering, house chores: dish washing, cleaning up, mopping, cooking only favourite meals, and so on. So, I’m organised 🤓

Yeah, I remember… Fiancée notifying me how she finds it hard tidying, bed spreading and co; it’s all good, as meek as Moses I’ll tolerate her wonderful style, but we’ll both scatter the house together, for the angels to arrange! However, it’s good to be organised, I am! 😅 How about you; How lazy are you? Do you work alone at home, or you are being supported by supportive siblings, spouse, or family?

Vacations & Travel Tips

There are millions of tips out there on how to fly out of this country; Oops! I mean your country 😂 Things to put in mind are: what to bring on camping vacations, which suitcase to buy, where to go, and what to see in just about every corner on Earth. What I want to share today is something a little different – You can leave your country for Vacations, at least to see beautiful things beyond what you’ve been seeing.

Vacations are good for you to learn, see things, and know more. Make plans today for your next summer, winter, autumn, or spring 😎 pick a pen and choose the cheapest country or city to visit, find out more about the place: their tourist attractions, hotels, transportation system, currency value, language, and more.

Of course, everyone love enjoyments; no one want to remain in one place, but “Money” makes the world go round! How do I mean? When you have money, you can easily achieve all this Trip plannings. You can have the best vacations ever! You can start little savings, and make proper enquiries on flight tickets, and international passport, if you don’t have one, except you plan going for a vacation within your city or country.

A South Africa-based Zimbabwean friend of mine, Sindisiwe, had a brief chat with me one morning. She chatted me of her plans, on how she’s currently saving for a flying trip to Johannesburg, and probably Lagos-Nigeria (my based) from South Africa, just to have a feel of this beautiful and popular cities in Africa. Cindy Kat (nickname) showed me the ticket prices, the trip durations, and other necessary info. I love what I saw! So beautiful you may say; but it all balls down to patient savings, and good plannings. Hey! A vacation in London from Nigeria is possible if you plan well; a summer camp in Dubai is possible and even common this days 🤓 It may take you a lifetime savings, but it’s achievable. Yay! I’m planning too, will share my experiences, till then! Hope you enjoy this? I’m glad you did. I wish you the best as you make plans to visit your dream Country. You can share your past vacation experiences, and tell us your dream country. I remain your boy and favourite writer, Oliseh.

What’s on my desk

What Do You Have On Your Desk?

I spend more and more time at my desk these days, doing everything from preparing my pages, websites to working on this blog. Because of this, my workspace is constantly changing. Holding the clutter at bay is challenging, so I prefer to keep nearby only a few quality items that serve multiple purposes over a stockpile of things I might never need. That’s me! What about you? WHAT KEEPS YOU BUSY? Feel free to like, and comment below:

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