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froggy
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Free crypto to your bankroll

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I thought this is a cool way to make a little bit of free cash towards your bankroll ($34 in cryptocurrency). Coinbase (the cryptocurrency wallet that I use) runs these promotional offers where they teach you about alt-coins by showing short videos and asking questions. Each question earns you free alt-coins. These can then be converted to bitcoin equivalents and then sent to your poker-room of choice. It's $34 of free crypto... no purchase necessary! Best of all, I am providing all of the answers below. It'll be less than 5 minutes of your time. Keep checking in on them because they run these promos fairly often.

COMP quiz ($9) - https://coinbase.com/earn/comp/invite/vxzt4drg

Answers to quiz:
1. Earning interest in your crypto.
2. Supply a crypto asset as collateral.
3. COMP token holders.

XLM quiz ($10) - https://coinbase.com/earn/xlm/invite/qz5m7fk1

Answers to quiz:
1. A decentralized coin that unites currencies.
2. ⁠Facilitating low-cost universal payments.
3. Transactions are Fast, Inexpensive, and Global.
4. To issue, exchange, and transfer tokens quickly and efficiently.
5. ⁠It relies on the cooperation of trusted nodes to confirm transactions.

GRT quiz ($3) - https://www.coinbase.com/earn/the-graph

Answers to quiz:
1. The bitcoin network
2. GRT Tokens
3. Curators

Celo CGLD quiz ($6) - https://www.coinbase.com/earn/celo

Answers to quiz:
1. By making crypto accessible on mobile phones
2. Staking, governance
3. Using the Valora mobile app

MKR quiz ($6) - https://www.coinbase.com/earn/maker

Answers to quiz:
1. MKR and DAI
2. MKR holders
3. A crypto wallet and crypto collateral

Full disclosure: I will earn a small (very very small lol) amount of cryptocurrency
You can refer others to the site and make a few extra buck in the process. Again, no purchase necessary.
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