Posted by William Charles on June 2, 2019
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Published on June 2nd, 2019 | by William Charles

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Coinbase: Learn About EOS & Get $10 In EOS Coins For Free

The Offer

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  • Coinbase is currently offering up to $10 of EOS. You get $2 per short video you watch and there is a total of 5 videos.

Our Verdict

Coinbase does something similar for both XLM & BAT. Pretty easy way to get some free cryptocurrency. You can also get $50 in XLM from Blockchain Wallet.

Hat tip to reader Steve



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dc
dc

Thank you! easy $10 in just a few minutes.

Barkley
Barkley

It only let me join a waitlist.. :/

PAUL
PAUL

It had me join the waitlist also and then 5 minutes later allow me to do the quiz and get the $10

Gadget

Same. When I did the XLM one it did the same thing, but within a day or two I got the invite. Hopefully this one is the same.

Gadget

Barkley Actually, PAUL is correct. I clicked on the link again a couple times and it let me take the quiz. Not sure if it was a time thing, or just a keep trying thing.

MagnusCarlsen
MagnusCarlsen

Here is a referral link to earn up to $50 of XLM:
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I have done all the crypto lessons, and they are all free legit money. Even if you don’t believe in cryptos, you can quickly cash out.

If you haven’t signed up on Coinbase, kindly consider using my referral link here:
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You get $10 bonus, and I get $10 bonus. Without referral link, you won’t get any bonus.
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L
L

Thanks. Easy $10 after I verified my account. 🙂

anthony
anthony

trash coin. sell and buy RVN instead

JV
JV

Thanks. Easy $10, too bad we cant convert to another cryto on this one. Browser doesnt look bad either.

Jacob
Jacob

Appears to be unavailable in New York City?

“Earning Unavailable
Unfortunately this opportunity is not available in your region.”

Joe C

From my understanding, Coinbase does not allow residents of New York state to buy and sell cryptocurrency for some legal reason. I believe all other states allow it, but I need to verify that. Coinbase has an explanation on their website.

Mike
Mike

Depends on the coins. Not sure why they allow some and not others, but NY people can get BTC, ETC, ETH, LTC from coinbase… and probably some others. Through robinhood they can get Doge even. So no idea why Doge is okay but EOS isn’t.

Ann
Ann

Apparently “New York State is especially strict when it comes to approving money transmitter licenses”, and each cryptocurrency an exchange wants to support has to be separately licensed, which takes time and money which Coinbase hasn’t bothered to put into newer/less-popular coins yet (or might already be in progress, but takes months).

Adam d
Adam d

Does Coinbase have answers like “EOS is a $4 billion dollar year long ICO created by serial founder and shiller Dan Larimer, and by child start turned pedophile Brock Pierce”?

Max
Max

Love free money (except for selling your info to Coinbase, but that’s all been leaked by Equifax anyways, very freeing). Keep these coming.

Consider using pro.coinbase.com to cash out. I ended up stranding 15 cents of EOS because it didn’t let me transfer more than 2 decimal places but still came out ahead of cashing it all out for the dollar fee.

Steve

There’s yet another one of these available now: $6 of DAI for watching 3 videos.

Steve
Steve

I’m having trouble withdrawing the DAI via pro.coinbase.com. All the other currencies were easy, but since this one is fiat and based on USD, it isn’t letting me do it via the pro site.

Steve

Are you talking about some restriction Coinbase has where they don’t allow USD accounts for people in some states/countries? I don’t know the answer for that case, though maybe you can use the method below and sell for ETH (which you could then sell for whatever currency you want). Or possibly you could send the DAI to a different exchange that’ll let you sell it for what you want.

If that’s not what you mean, then I might see what you’re talking about: unlike other coins, that Coinbase Pro lets you deposit from Coinbase for free, they don’t seem to have that option for Coinbase. But, on the Coinbase side, you can send your DAI to any address (such as the Coinbase Pro deposit address); there’s a fee but only about 5 cents. Then on Coinbase Pro you can sell DAI for ETH or USDC (which you can convert into USD for no fee). Or, on Coinbase you can sell DAI directly for USD, but the worse price & fee would cost you around $1.02.

Steve
Steve

I can’t send my DAI to coinbase pro deposit address. Normally one can deposit to coinbase pro, but for DAI I cannot deposit by pulling into pro, and I also can’t by sending from coinbase. Try it yourself and let me know if you figure it out, please.

Steve

It’s worse than I thought. The method I mentioned of sending DAI from Coinbase to Coinbase Pro didn’t work; it said “You can’t sent a payment from an account to itself”. I guess Coinbase recognizes the Coinbase Pro deposit address as being part of Coinbase (but Coinbase Pro doesn’t you access the DAI balance that’s in Coinbase).

So, I just sold my DAI in Coinbase for $4.97 USD (losing about $1 due to Coinbase’s fee).

(Maybe another method, if you happen to have your own ETH wallet, would be to send DAI from Coinbase to your own wallet, then send from your wallet to Coinbase Pro to sell it for USDC. (I think you would need to have a small amount of ETH in your wallet to pay the fee to send the DAI.))

parkdanil

Ack! there is a quiz and I wasn’t paying attention.

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