Earning Bitcoin must be hard work.

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I did not receive my first Bitcoin for free back in end of 2012, I bought them with my own hard earned savings.

I did a lot of research and eventually I decided to make a wire transfer to Japan, to this mysterious game card exchange that sold Bitcoin for money.

When I think back on it, I must have been one of the crazy ones. Just the idea of transferring money abroad to some mysterious exchange and expect Bitcoins that could withdrawn to my Bitcoin-QT wallet; was and still is unreal. After the transfer had arrived into the Mt.Gox account, I bought my first bulk of Bitcoin at approximately $12 USD each.

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Author Vegard Wikeby
Published May 15, 2019
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