Ten dollars of Stellar (XLM) from Coinbase

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I made a coinbase account a long time ago when I was messing around with few dollars worth of bitcoin, litecoin and etherium. It had been so long since I last logged in or looked at it that I had pretty much forgotten about it. But they recently sent me an email with an offer to watch a few videos and "earn" $10 worth of something called Stellar (traded as XLM on their network). So, I watched the videos and took their quizzes and "earned" $10 worth of XLM. Took just a few minutes and was easy to do. I think I have more questions about Stellar than when I started, but whatever. If you have a coinbase account and haven't already seen these videos/quizzes, you can do so from here (and earn $10 worth of XLM for yourself):

https://coinbase.com/earn/xlm/invite/xbtwzc20

If you don't have a coinbase account, and would like to experiment with crypto, you can use this referral link to open an account:

https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a54e7dee5fc3305c5c056d6

If you end up buying $100 worth of crypto (bitcoin or whatever), we both get $10 worth of bitcoin for free.
 

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I checked my coinbase account this morning. The $20 worth of Stellar that I got for free last year is currently worth $15 apparently. Huzzah!

Etherium and Litecoin are similarly swirling the drain right now (even further down actually). Bitcoin, however, has been on the rise recently. I bought $48 worth of bitcoin back in January 2018. Coinbase gave me another $10 (for opening an account). That $58 worth of bitcoin from nearly 3 years ago is now worth... <drum roll> ... $67. Now that's some sweet ROI!
 
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