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If you've not kept up with Bitcoin, then you've missed a bit a financial shakeup. Actually, it's more of a global shake up, and Arlington is poised to be a hotspot for Bitcoin activity in the future. This is in part due to their close proximity to DC, but also due to the younger and more tech generation that's settled in the technical areas of Northern Virginia - especially Arlington and Alexandria.

As the linked video shows, there are a number of ways you can purchase Bitcoins - with the ATM being perhaps the newest and most interesting of them. There are, however, other ways you can get Bitcoins without ever leaving the comfort of your home. These Bitcoins are also free - as in 100% free, no charge, and no obligation. All you have to do is visit the website, enter in your Bitcoin Wallet ID, and type in the captcha code. It's that simple.

To prove it, I've run tests on several of these sites, and so far been paid more than 16,000 Satochi's. While that's not much, it was free, and I earned it by simply typing in codes on websites every hour in between writing articles. Now I've got some Bitcoins to play with, and I'm learning the system and how it works.

If you'd like to try it for yourself, make sure you set up a Bitcoin Wallet, and then just visit any of the links in the list below. Keep in mind that most of them require you to earn 5,500 Satochi's before they pay out, but that's relatively easy to do, with some of them paying out that much and more in a single day. You won't get rich, because Satochi's are worth less than a penny each, but it is a risk free way to try out Bitcoins for yourself and see how they are. Besides, they add up pretty quickly. With all of the sites below, in just one day I easily earned more than 100,000 Satochi's from the smaller sites, and more than 10 million from the large payout site. I'll explain more about this at the end of this article.

Free Bitcoin Play Site:

This site kicks of with a random number generator, that gives you an hourly chance to win more Bitcoins. There is also a link to let you take chances to win more. You have no risk, and nothing to lose, because the site only works with the coins you win from the site. Once you reach the payment threshold, you get paid. It's that simple.

Free Bitcoin Educational Site:

In just under a day I was able to earn 5,500 Satochi's, while learning a little about Bitcoins each hour. The way this site works is pretty simple. You just log in, stay on the webpage for 30 to 40 minutes, and then come back and collect. The first round pay out is low, but second and third round payouts are much higher. I believe my second payment was 2,200 or so.

Free Bitcoin Visit Site:

Currently I'm waiting to see if this site pays out. I put about a day of work into it, and earned what appears to be $100. Unfortunately the site only pays out every month, so I won't know for sure until the end of February. If it works, then I will definitely return, as the payouts appear to be quite good.

The Easiest and Fastest Site:

Of all the free Bitcoin sites I tried, this one was by far the easiest and fastest. You just visit the site, select tasks, and perform 10 brainless tests involving looking at a web page and typing in a name. In about 5 to 10 minutes I had my first 10,000 Satochi's - but you have to wait about 24 to 48 hours for them to be paid out. Honestly, you could just set up a wallet, use this site, and easily have 10,000, or even 100,000 Satochi's in an hour.

As promised, I'm explaining more about the payouts. Some sites pay out instantly, some pay out every 8 hours, and others pay out once a week, once a month, or in the case of the large payout site, once every two months. You can view my transactions with the digital wallet code I provided below. Just visit Blockchain, input my digital wallet code, shown at the end of this post, and you can see exactly what I've been paid to date.

Once you've got your digital wallet set up, if you'd like to send me a Bitcoin thank you, or just practice sending Bitcoins, use this code, and send me a Satochi, or a Bitcoin if you're feeling generous: 15xDTwKdU2FE8GeKfbZyGhTd3KKB9BVU8f.

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