College in Italy free Distributes Free Bitcoins to College Students – In one of the most progressive steps to expand Bitcoin’s territory, popular Bitcoin online wallet has decided to give away free bitcoins to college students. To avail this gesture, students are only required to make an account on using an ‘.edu’ email address.

The news comes right after the recent announcement of two MIT students that raised $100 worth Bitcoins for the undergraduates in the campus. In their announcement, Coinbase itself has mentioned the aforementioned fundraiser to be its sole inspiration. “We were inspired by this project and hope we can contribute to the growing interest of bitcoin among college students, ” it said.

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The international Bitcoin wallet servicing company is distributing $10 worth Bitcoin.

How Such a Give Away Can Boost Bitcoin Popularity?
A learning mind is always open to new ideas and innovations. And what can be a better audience for Bitcoin but a student who will believe to improve the technology, rather than reject it downrightly. We believe what Coinbase, and those MIT students, are doing is preparing a future generation for an open and transparent economy, which is controlled by people for the people. The liberal minds, when accumulated together, can create wonders for digital currencies. This give away might be a small step towards that direction, but it will surely open the gates for many customers and innovators to understand and implement the Bitcoin technology.

Is Coinbase's Idea a Success?
Yes indeed! The website has listed a leaderboard, which lists the most popular universities, alongside the number of students, which have taken advantage of the Coinbase new scheme. The leading university domains belong to Illinois, Utexas, Berkeley, Purdue, Drexel, and many others.

As a true Bitcoin enthusiasts, praises Coinbase for their efforts and urges our readers (who are students) to try out this revolution called Bitcoin.

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I come from a wealthy family and haven't worked at all since I graduated college in 2001. Ever since I graduated college I mainly pursued my own interests and travelled, been to Greece, Japan, Italy, among others. I am tired of having too much free time and having my days just go by. I just want to bring a small contribution to the world and bring some meaning to my life. Anyone have recommendations about someone in my situation? I am not looking for something too professional and demanding. What kind of work could you have so much fun at that it almost could be considered a hobby?

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I'm a 27y/o female near the Pinellas Trail in Dunedin. I'm going to Italy in May & want to look a little thinner. I want my family to be surprised. The problem is that I'm lazy about working out when I don't have someone pushing me. I'm a college student so I'm on a budget. If you can offer me free or inexpensive personal training one or two days a week that would be great!

I had to pay to go to school in Italy

by cary444

But I really meant that school here is far from free as a parent with two boys in college...we undermind our country by not educating our citizens to the highest level they can personally achieve. We shouldn't put young adults into debt to get jobs that don't really require college educations and for the jobs that do we should pay for them to go to school.

Moving to ny

by genny

Ive lived here for 7 years (4 in college - 3 out) and have lived in several areas
lower east side - particularly madison street, which is on cusp of chinatown - pretty cheap (3 bedroom, 1 bath - each paid about 680) but neighborhood not that great
moved to upper east side - lived in another 3 bedroom on 97th bw madison and fifth (which is right by central park) - each paid about 850, again for 3 br/1 bath
now living w/ just one other person in 2 bedroom/2bath on first ave and 90th - each pay 1025
ues is still a relatively afforadable area, although living by yourself is clearly hardest/most expensive - im pretty sure that cost of living in manhattan (and surrounding areas) is higher than san diego - but its important to note that jobs usually pay more as well

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