Weekly Recap: Crypto Jacker Contest Winners, Interesting Bitcoin Limitation and Monero Going Up!

Last week I did a blog contest where I was giving away 5 copies of my latest software Crypto Jacker to 5 random people who commented on my blog. Well not random, you’re my loyal readers. However, I did draw them at random using random.org. I did it like this, each person who commented was added to a numbered line in a text file. Then I loaded numbers 1-17 and put at asterisk by each name that corresponded with a number drawn.

Crypto Jacker Blog Comment Winners:

  1. Damon
  2. Brian
  3. Gabriele
  4. Tom
  5. Matt

I’ll contact you today via the email you used when you submitted your comment to tell you how to claim your prize. If you didn’t win you can still get your hands on Crypto Jacker from now until Tuesday at midnight for the special JV Zoo launch discount: Click Here to Get Access!

When I say the price is going up soon? That’s an understatement.

Believe me now is the time to get in!

In other news…

Monero keeps going up which is making this whole thing way more exciting. As of the time of this writing it’s at $320. When I started coding Crypto Jacker it was at $150 and that’s just two or three weeks ago so you can see why I want to get as many people involved as possible…

Update: $370 I feel bad for anyone sitting on the fence right now:

When people say Crypto Currency is just a baby right now I can see where they’re coming from. It’s hard to believe bitcoin was at $1,000 at the beginning of the year and it’s looking like it will have no trouble hitting $20k before the year closes. We could see that growth with other alt coins too which is almost mind blowing when you think about it, but it’s sure to happen as they’re all growing.

An interesting side note I realized tonight that “buy now” buttons are not feasible with bitcoin transactions when you’re attempting to use an API. This is probably gibberish to most but essentially you would do this if you wanted to listen for the payment and deliver a file after it’s complete. The reason is an interesting phenomenon known as address gap limitation.

It’s interesting because for people like myself that sell software online and my customers who buy software from me in communities like JV Zoo, Warrior Plus, etc. We’re accustomed to buying things and getting instant delivery. Yet, many of us will click the buy button and read the checkout page, then maybe look for coupons and forget. So the amount of clicks you get on a buy button as a vendor are significantly higher than the actual purchases. With bitcoin if you generate 20 consecutive unused addresses to receive payment in a row your wallet is locked. They do this because they’re only looking 20 transactions ahead in what’s called a look ahead. How on earth is this supposed to work as a digital currency when you can’t even use it to buy things online?

You better be damn sure you’re buying before you see that bitcoin buy button. I heard the Winklevoss twins say Bitcoin’s more like gold I can see what they mean. I think they both said it at the same time actually. I’m not quite sure. 😂 That’s where I really see other alt coins that are more focused on the logistics stepping in and moving some of the wealth that’s in bitcoin to a more “fungible” atmosphere. Which seems to be one of the buzzwords in the blockchain world right now… Anyway, congrats again to the winners I’m excited about the future with Crypto Jacker let’s get paid!

P.S. Don’t forget to pick up your copy of Crypto Jacker here.

16 thoughts on “Weekly Recap: Crypto Jacker Contest Winners, Interesting Bitcoin Limitation and Monero Going Up!

  1. Paul

    Thomas , can you please provide your current support desk , as i am having trouble getting through , cheers Paul

    1. Thomas Witek Post author

      Hi Paul, I’m assuming you came here from an email link? Just hit reply and send me an email if you need support. Or you can try to contact me through the contact us on this site it will go the same place. Thanks!

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    Too bad this will not work well on mobiles as it will drain the batteries…. but… I have an idea that will work!

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