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    Default Christ Coin - first decentralized christian cryptocurrency.

    Christ Coin https://christcoins.io

    do reward people who read the bible, post or interact in their community on http://www.lifechange.io/

    You need also an account on https://www.myetherwallet.com

    After you earned some amount of christ coins they say, they will transfer the christ coins into ethereum in your wallet. And than I believe you can transfer it to your bank account.

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    I think I'll stick with what I can put my hands on. I prefer paper.
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    Is this something in the same vein as prayer cloths and gold dust?
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    So you're telling me this is a signature line??

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    You want to be paid for following Jesus? Somehow I think I have heard that on TV before.
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    Sounds like some sort of scam to me. All of my funds are direct deposit to my bank account, I really have no use for currency or coins anymore for that matter. I really don't see this as a spiritually edifying endeavor. If your hard up you can have any christcoins that I may have already earned as I don't serve God for monetary reward. I don't even serve God for a heavenly reward either. I do my best to humbly serve the Lord only because I love Him. My only motivation is love. I'm not doing this for money.
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    just think what the next 'scam' will be?!?
    it will another heart-breaker to say the least!!!

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    I would like to respond to all of you. Instead to each individual.

    Well, I agree with all of you. I do also read the Word and do follow Jesus because I love him.

    Now, I can say only what I feel or perceive. To me this platform feels not like scam or like something vein like the prayer cloth someone mentioned. (By the way I don't know what exactly do you mean by "gold dust" - probably greed? Or?)

    I can't say, if I am right or wrong. But I feel a good intent behind christ coins and a great potential.

    Therefore I joined and do participate, but not for money. I do this, f.e. I go and read the bible there or blog there only if it feels right to me. Only if I want - and if I would do it anyway. With or without reward. On this I agree with all of you.

    We should not follow Jesus or do something for money or a human reward (to please man, but to pleasure god). Just because we love him.

    By the way, the same goes with punishment. It makes little sense not to be bad to our neighbour, just because someone is afraid to be sued.

    We have to be good, to do good, because we love God and our neighbour. Just because that's the right thing to do.

    And yes, this resulted now in some christ coins. But the daily reward is limited. And until now it reached not the necessary sum, to transfer it to the ethereum wallet.

    So for those, who prefer paper and something to put their hands on, I don't have any experience yet, whether this will work out to paper.

    They say so and I believe them. I can come back then here and report about, if you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by savedhealed View Post
    I would like to respond to all of you. Instead to each individual.

    Well, I agree with all of you. I do also read the Word and do follow Jesus because I love him.

    Now, I can say only what I feel or perceive. To me this platform feels not like scam or like something vein like the prayer cloth someone mentioned. (By the way I don't know what exactly do you mean by "gold dust" - probably greed? Or?)

    I can't say, if I am right or wrong. But I feel a good intent behind christ coins and a great potential.

    Therefore I joined and do participate, but not for money. I do this, f.e. I go and read the bible there or blog there only if it feels right to me. Only if I want - and if I would do it anyway. With or without reward. On this I agree with all of you.

    We should not follow Jesus or do something for money or a human reward (to please man, but to pleasure god). Just because we love him.

    By the way, the same goes with punishment. It makes little sense not to be bad to our neighbour, just because someone is afraid to be sued.

    We have to be good, to do good, because we love God and our neighbour. Just because that's the right thing to do.

    And yes, this resulted now in some christ coins. But the daily reward is limited. And until now it reached not the necessary sum, to transfer it to the ethereum wallet.

    So for those, who prefer paper and something to put their hands on, I don't have any experience yet, whether this will work out to paper.

    They say so and I believe them. I can come back then here and report about, if you want.
    Let me know how it works out for you. Sounds fascinating.
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    It seems dodgy. I wouldn't get tangled up in any kind of cryptocurrency.
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    There has been a lot of criticism of centralized banking. Before you jump on that bandwagon, you should take the time to study the history of the US banking system.
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    I suspect that, as an investment, this idea will sink faster than the Arizona.
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    It's first time in my life that I joined such kind of program. When I saw it first time, I just felt that I have to take part. It was an inner calling, so I joined.

    Time will show, how it will work out.

    Let's asume for a moment, that all will be fine.

    You can tithe or support financially another human or living being all over the world. You can also support christian projects and support trading all over the world. You can just donate all the money you get by reading the bible, blogging or engaging in other christian activities on that platform.

    What is the risk? What is bad in it?

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