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Join the BitClub Network

In order to join BitClub Network you must get Bitcoin to pay with! We do not accept anything other than Bitcoin so depending on the country you live in you must convert your currency into Bitcoin and then use the Bitcoin to sign up for BitClub Network. We price everything in USD so that we have a standard price for our products (but we do not accept USD or any other fiat currency).
To sign up, you will need pay a one time $99 USD membership fee that will give you lifetime access to our platform and allow you to participate in our mining pool shares and any other opportunity we provide in the future. You must pay this first to activate your account before purchasing any other products.

 Full Membership Includes:

 Earn commissions through our referral program
 Training and education about Bitcoin mining
 BitClub Digital Wallet to store and transfer Bitcoin
 Full access to our exclusive Bitcoin Mining pools
 ClubCoin Opportunity – Get Free ClubCoin (CLUB)
When you send Bitcoin from your Bitcoin Wallet to the BTC address provided on the invoice it has to be verified by the network 6 times before it will be marked as confirmed and accepted. This process usually takes about 10 min – 1 hour. However, in some cases it may take longer depending on the wallet you are using. Most of the main wallets (coinbase, blockchain, bitpay, etc) all have a fee built in for miners and are very fast.
Once we receive the 6th confirmation your invoice will be mark as paid and commissions will follow. In some cases it might take longer to get 6 confirmations if you are using a wallet that allows you to set a mining fee and this fee is zero it can take 3-4 hours. If you set the mining fee high (standard is .0001 BTC) you will get confirmations quickly.
If you are showing Pending status for longer than 24 hours you don’t need to do anything about it, we have received your payment for the invoice and you are fully active in our system for whatever you purchased, we will just hold the commissions to paid upline until we receive the 6th confirmation.
We also have a redundancy system in place that will check the blockchain for transactions 3 times. So if you send Bitcoin to the address and it does not show up immediately we will try it again within the first 12 hours and then two more times within a 72 hour period. In 99% of cases the redundancy will catch the transaction and mark it paid so we will not investigate a transaction until the 72 hour window has passed. In this case please contact us and we will manually look through the blockchain to determine what happened.

 Strict Refund Policy

We have a very strict refund policy due to the speed at which our compensation structure and mining pool earnings are paid out. In most cases you cannot get a refund for any reason unless there is a clear mistake or very good reason for it. Also, this refund request must happen within the first 72 hours of payment or before 3 full pay cycles are paid out. If a refund request is made after this time we will not honor it, however we do offer another option who consist of requesting your mining equiment.
Buyout Option: If you would like to buy out of your mining pool you have an option to do so at anytime during the first full year of your membership. This is NOT a refund, rather this you requesting to take possession of the mining equipment that you have purchased with your share of the pool. In this case you will automatically forfeit all future mining pool earnings in all pools, including earning any commissions from the compensation structure. With this buy out option you will be shipped the sum of all your hashing power at the time you request the buyout. You will take full possession of these miners and will still be eligible for any remaining warranty on the machines. When exercising this option, its final! You will own the mining equipment and be fully responsible for it. If you are interested please open a support ticket and request a valuation of your account. You will be responsible for all shipping and handling charges.

Join now by following the link below. When signing up,use the sponsor name  bananuka1 as the sponsor.











Sign up: https://bitclubnetwork.com/bananuka1/enrollments.html

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