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How To Free Verify Alertpay


Attention All members,

Have you been awaiting account verification? Or have you been thinking about getting your account verified? If so, please keep reading!

We are proud to announce that we are launching a new, improved and fully automated verification process. However, if you have been waiting to get verified, you will have to follow the new procedures as the documents you previously submitted will not be reviewed. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this may cause but these procedures are way easier and way faster!

Members who have not submitted verification documents only need to follow the new procedures.

US members will have to complete two of the three following procedures:

Bank account confirmation consists of adding your bank account details to your AlertPay account, receiving two micro deposits in your bank account (under $0.15 each) and confirming them. This will take no longer than 5 business days.

• For
credit card validation, we will send $0.01 to your Visa or MasterCard. A six-digit code will appear on your credit card statement next to the micro payment. You will have to confirm this code in your AlertPay account. If you have an American Express card, a refundable amount between $1.00-2.00 will be charged to your card. You will have to confirm the exact amount in your AlertPay account.

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Phone validation is the simplest procedure. All you have to do is choose or enter a phone number (mobile only), wait a few moments to receive a code by phone call or text and enter the code in your AlertPay account. That’s all!

International members will have to complete either credit card validation (as seen above) or phone validation. The only difference is that for phone validation, you will receive a text message and not a phone call. You must have a mobile phone to complete this procedure.

If you have a Business account, you will also have to submit a proof of ownership:

• Article of Incorporation
• General Business Registration
• Certificate of Good Standing
• Doing Business As
• Tax Registration

After completing the necessary procedures, your account will be verified within 5 business days. You will enjoy better account security, faster deposits and withdrawals, higher transaction limits and uninterrupted transactions!

To get started, login to your account, click on “Profile” and select “Verification” under the “Personal” category.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact
Customer Support or leave a comment on our Facebook fan page.

Thank your for your understanding.
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There are two kinds of cells. You might guess the two are plant and animal cells. This distinction, however, is even more profound. The two kinds are prokaryotes and eukaryotes. (All plant and animal cells are eukaryotic.)

Prokaryotes are smaller and simpler than eukaryotic cells. They have no cell nucleus. They can multiply faster than eukaryotic cells, mainly for two reasons: 1) They have shorter genetic instructions to be replicated; and 2) The replication process goes about ten times as fast. Prokaryotes don't combine and specialize to form multicelled creatures. Prokaryotes are also called bacteria. They come in a wide variety of types; their diversity is much greater than that of eukaryotes.

Prokaryotes were here first, appearing very soon after Earth had cooled enough for life to survive. The oldest rocks that could contain recognizable fossils contain evidence of domelike structures left by colonies of cyanobacteria and other bacteria. Even older rocks contain chemical evidence that the metabolism of these bacteria was under way (5).

Prokaryotes are divided into two major subkingdoms: eubacteria and archaebacteria. Eubacteria, or "true bacteria", are more familiar and ubiquitous, thriving in soil, water, our own mouths, etc. Archaebacteria differ from eubacteria in some basic ways. For example, their ribosomes (nanoscale protein factories) have a different shape. In fact, archaebacteria are in some ways more similar to eukaryotes than to eubacteria. Biologists now think, based on the reconstruction of genetic "trees," that archaebacteria are the oldest kind of cell. Today some biologists maintain that archaebacteria constitute a third domain of life which could be called simply archaea (6-8).

There are four types of archaea. Two are known for their ability to inhabit extremely hostile environments such as very salty brines, and boiling springs or ocean thermal vents. The third group of can metabolize some very unappetizing chemicals to make methane. A fourth type, the sulfate-reducers, were recently distinguished from the others (9).

Eukaryotic cell
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Eukaryotic cells are much more complicated than prokaryotic cells. The eukaryotic cell has a differentiated nucleus enclosed in a nuclear membrane. It usually has two whole copies of the genome, so in computer terms the eukaryotic cell has a backup copy of its programs. Outside of its nucleus, the eukaryotic cell has an array of complex subunits that are essential to it. Two of the subunits, mitochondria and plastids, have their own DNA. These two subunits enable eukaryotic cells that contain them to conduct respiration and photosynthesis, respectively. Eukaryotic cells are able to constitute multicelled animals and plants. Eukaryotes are able to acquire much more complex features than prokaryotes. If life has existed on Earth for almost four billion years, the consensus is that eukaryotes first appeared just after the halfway point, maybe 1.7 billion years ago.

Returning to the computer analogy, the relationship between prokaryotes and eukaryotes is like the relationship between handheld calculators and desktop personal computers. Both kinds of cells come in a broad range of sizes. Prokaryotes are, on average, about an order of magnitude smaller, like handheld calculators. And they come in a wide variety, each with a narrow special purpose. Consider scientific calculators, inventory scanners, GPS units, cellphones, cordless phones, pagers, beepers, walkie-talkies, PDAs, TV remote controllers, keyless entry buttons, Gameboys, Walkmans, iPods, guitar tuners, electronic or medical diagnostic kits, digital cameras, smoke detectors, portable radios, digital thermometers and cordless shavers. Like eukaryotes, personal computers have greater memory capacity, have more complicated structure, and can be networked (eukaryotes form multicelled creatures).

The size of a cell's genome can be compared to the amount of programming stored in a computer, using the equation, 4 nucleotides = 8 bits = 1 byte. The simplest prokaryotic cell would correspond to a handheld calculator with about 200 kilobytes of stored programs; the E. coli bacterium would correspond to a handheld calculator with about 1.2 megabytes of stored programs. Among eukaryotic cells, counting the backup copy of the genome and the "silent" DNA, a yeast cell would correspond to a personal computer with 12 megabytes of program storage capacity; a human cell corresponds to a personal computer with 1.5 gigabytes of program storage capacity. And the human body would correspond to a computer network of a hundred trillion (10^14) or more such units.




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Computer is an automatic device. Which work under the given instructions, use to calculate the given data process and make the result with. The computer has been taken from the latin word Compute, which mean's Calculate.
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Most traditional communications media, such as telephone and television services, are reshaped or redefined using the technologies of the Internet, giving rise to services such as voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and IPTV. Newspaper publishing has been reshaped into websites, blogging and Web feeds. The Internet has enabled or accelerated the creation of new forms of human interactions through instant massaging, internet forums, and social networking sites.

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An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a numerical label that is assigned to devices participating in a Computer Network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication between its nodes.[1] An IP address serves two principal functions: host or network interface identification and location addressing. Its role has been characterized as follows: "A name indicates what we seek. An address indicates where it is. A route indicates how to get there."[2]

The designers of TCP/IP defined an IP address as a 32-bit number[1] and this system, known as Internet Protocol Version 4 or IPv4, is still in use today. However, due to the enormous growth of the Internet and the resulting depletion of available addresses, a new addressing system (IPv6), using 128 bits for the address, was developed in 1995[3] and last standardized by RFC 2460 in 1998.[4] Although IP addresses are stored as binary numbers, they are usually displayed in Human-readable notations, such as 208.77.188.166 (for IPv4), and 2001:db8:0:1234:0:567:1:1 (for IPv6).

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As the development of private networks raised the threat of IPv4 address exhaustion, RFC 1918 set aside a group of private address spaces that may be used by anyone on private networks. They are often used with network address translator to connect to the global public Internet.

The Internet Assigned Number Authority (IANA), which manages the IP address space allocations globally, cooperates with five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) to allocate IP address blocks to Local Internet Registries (Internet service providers) and other entities.


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