Here’s a picture of the JCPAL VerSkin Macos Shortcut Keyboard Cover Black Version (Limited Edition) for MacBook Pro with Touchbar, because I couldn’t find anything uploaded online, so I uploaded mine. I can only find the gray version of this cover online. I got this in Frisbee store, Myeongdong, Seoul, South Korea and I think it’s exclusively available there. What’s available online is the gray one, and the application specific keyboard covers for Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, and other prominent software with lots of keyboard shortcuts.
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Now you can easily reload your Beep card via Coins.ph app. It’s currently available on Android (Coming soon for iOS). Simply choose the Beep card option after the convert button (as seen in the screenshot above), then tap your Beep card in your phone (Your phone should be NFC-enabled for the beep card to work upon tap). You can see your current Beep card balance and you can reload it using your Coins.ph PHP balance.
Just another awesome innovation by Coins.ph!
Maybe the clearest difference between Bitcoin and Gold is this: Bitcoin is digital, whereas Gold is a tangle physical asset. However, the distinctions between these two assets are much deeper. These days, Bitcoin is accepted as a form of payment by APMEX.
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This is what I’ve been trying to find this year. A full screen phone, no front camera and bezel-less. I really don’t like selfies and I don’t do video chat, so a full screen phone bezel-less phone with NO front camera is what I need. But after googling and binging for countless of hours, I still cannot find a phone with no front camera. All modern phones now have a front camera. If you’re looking for a phone with “NO FRONT CAMERA” then you’ll end up with an old Nokia monochrome phone, or something else that’s not a touchscreen phone.
So why manufacturers are not making phones with no front cameras? I don’t know why, but I hope they will, soon.
My post title above is what I’ve been googling and binging for hours now but I still cannot find what I am looking for. My friends are asking for a referral code in order to create a new Bitfinex account.
So I quickly logged in to my Bitfinex account to get my referral code, but I couldn’t find it anywhere. I even searched the entire FAQs page of Bitfinex but to no avail.
There are also several posts in Reddit, posting their referral codes, but I couldn’t find mine.
Finally I decided to e-mail Bitfinex support and they replied withib 24 hours saying that the referral program was discontinued and they are working on a new system to limit the number of new users using an invite code.
This is somehow similar to Replika.ai where you can only create an account via invitation and once you signed up using the invitation code you can invite 5 more users in return. With this method, they can limit a huge number of bogus users.
I don’t know what the invite limit of Bitfinex but we’ll find out pretty soon once the new invitation system is live.
If you’re looking for a Bitcoin or Ethereum wallet and somebody referred Quanta Wallet to you, please stay away from it. You can deposit your ethers, but you cannot withdraw it. So beware of using unknown wallets because somebody referred it to you. This scam wallet is available on iOS and Android. You cannot export your keys when you use this wallet. You cannot reset your password if you’ve forgotten it. And once your cryptocurrencies are deposited in the Quanta Wallet, just say goodbye to it, because you’ll never get it back.
This wallet is developed by QuantaPLC. An unknown software developer. They also have a github page with a readme file. Haha!
There are too many scam cryptocurrency wallets nowadays, so be very careful when choosing your wallet. If you want a wallet where you don’t control your own keys, always trust the big names such as Coinbase, Cex.io, and Bitfinex. If you want to control your own keys, but it’s too complicated for you to manually generate your key, or you’re to lazy to download the official Ethereum wallet at https://ethereum.org/, then use MyEtherWallet.com. At least, you have full control of your own keys and you can use it in any wallet you want.
Always be careful, always stay safe.
Beware of these two “cryptocurrency” MLM / investment scam. People in the Philippines are easily lured to get rich quick ponzi schemes, when they hear about Bitcoin. Monspace is claiming to be the next Bitcoin, hahahaha! It’s not even in the top 10 marketcap, not even in the top 100. It’s a fake cryptocurrency, built to scam innocent people who doesn’t have any idea about the blockchain.
You can google monspace, ms dollars, or omnia, you’ll easily find hundreds of references that it’s a scam. There are also innocent people in Youtube promoting monspace as the next Bitcoin, and you should get in now before it’s too late. Your P9000 will be worth a “million” in the future of you become a member now! Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity. These poor humans doesn’t know that they were scammed and they are scamming other Filipinos.
Just today I heard two middle aged women talking about how much they earned referring their friends to Monspace cryptocurrency. The other lady claimed that she makes P4000 per referral! She doesn’t have any clue that she is scamming other people. Oh my goodness… I want to confront them and warn them but it would be impolite as they don’t know me. I just silently listened in their conversation.
Be very careful before investing in any cryptocurrency. Always check the market cap, the technology behind it, exchanges listing it, and other references that you can read online. If it has very low trading volume or very low market cap, it’s obviously a scam. Even if it’s listed in Coinmarketcap.com, or you read about it in Nasdaq, CNBC, Cointelegraph, Forbes, and other well-known news sites, be careful and don’t believe immediately. There are paid news distribution platforms that are affiliated with well-known news sites and scam articles are automatically posted there without filters or approval . Similar to the INTcoin scam, it’s posted on CNBC, but it’s a successful scam and the creators just disappeared after cashing out their scammed money.
Be watchful, be careful, be vigilant. The world wide web and cryptocurrencies are a haven of scams.
Without activating it first in the Philippines or without calling them in their international toll-free number or hotline. I didn’t know when this restriction started, but a few years ago you can instantly withdraw funds in your savings account without calling BPI to activate your card for international withdrawal when you’re in a foreign country (outside the Philippines). That’s why there’s this “international” text in the your BPI debit card right below the BPI Express Teller logo and a Cirrus logo to show that you can withdraw in any international ATM with Cirrus logo.
But now, they made it more INCONVENIENT. Before leaving the Philippines you should call their hotline or visit your branch to activate your card for international withdrawal. Yay! Thank you BPI for the inconvenience!