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You may be telling yourself "I'm sure that the advertising does it's job"; but, unfortunately, the advertising only helps with a small sum of of our overall funding. Our advertising has never actually ended up with funding much of the site (or various services); in fact, most of the funding for this site has always come from the user base and private organizations via donations.

In the past, funding has gone towards Licensing, Server Maintenance and Hosting, Domain Renewals, Coding, Design and Development, and various site projects; all of which are provided to the users free of cost.

If 5k users donated just $5 each we'd end up with enough funding (5k * $5 = $2500) to keep this site going indefinitely, but unfortunately there are a lot of users who just like to idle around; not that we're saying that we don't want them, but there is a serious reality to how long any site can go without funding.

We ask that every user donate what they can to UGN Security to keep us going for a long future; we've been here since 1996 and we hope to be here for another 10, 25, even 50 years!

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About Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a decentralized, relatively anonymous alternative currency developed by cryptographic experts. Bitcoin currency comes into being through "mining" on computers (solving complex mathematical problems that takes a long time and a lot of computer power). The total quantity of Bitcoin currency is limited by the foundational algorithms that brought it into being. Anyone and everyone who participates in the decentralized network of bitcoin transactions can, through their own software, cryptographically verify every single bitcoin transaction that takes place in the network. Thus all transactions are communally verified and validated and no central organization or entity has the power to exert arbitrary influence over the value of the currency. It is as close as the world currently gets to a perfectly free market currency.

You can read more about bitcoin and how you can start using it HERE.
Posted By Gremelin Posted on February 7th, 2017
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