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1  Other / Off-topic / Top 3 things you missed during the Corona pandemic on: March 24, 2020, 10:35:45 AM
A topic most (if not all) of us could relate to after taking them for granted but I'll just limit myself to three Cheesy

1) My PC. It's still under repair for almost 2 months and I haven't touched any games ever since. And then there's Doom Eternal.
2) Jogging. Gaining the pounds day by day.
3) Online shopping. My parcels now either take forever to arrive or get cancelled after like weeks of waiting.

2  Other / Beginners & Help / [MERIT] Giveaway Thread on: March 22, 2020, 08:16:29 AM
So recently I ranked up to Full Member and I'm very thankful to those who supported me throughout this journey.

Without further ado, there are 30 Merits at my disposal so submitters up to the Members rank are allowed to participate. Each one is allowed to submit up to two helpful posts/ threads and it's up to my discretion on deeming them Merit-worthy or not.

If your post/ thread was posted in a non-English language, do provide a brief translated summary. And no external (i.e. non-Bitcointalk) contributions.

So let's get the ball rolling!  Cool
3  Other / Off-topic / [PSA] For those who recently "signed up" for the free $20 dice site on: February 08, 2020, 09:07:51 AM
I suspected the OP (Confit) was going under the pretense of finding new testers, but actually using whatever login information he could phish from. The link ( was insecure and therefore, all information submitted were visible to unauthorized parties (including the OP himself) as everything is in plaintext.

He was last seen the day he registered (7th Feb) and has not been active since.

Currently, the background has been changed to some school in India.

For the uninitiated, this is the thread which has been locked.

Luckily, I used some random password and email so I wasn't affected but to those who thought it was a legit offer and used their existing login credentials from other sites, do change your passwords ASAP.

4  Economy / Digital goods / [SOLD] $30 Amazon USA gift card for BTC on: October 24, 2019, 12:42:51 PM
Got it from a survey, and I've no use for it so I'm selling. Only BTC.

Since it's my first time selling here, escrow is welcomed (if necessary).
5  Economy / Micro Earnings / VGOSkinz - Best PAYING CSGO & Bitcoin Faucets and Casinos on: October 16, 2019, 04:27:57 PM
Don't mind the small list, as I only keep track of the top 10 faucets that are worth investing time in (out of the thousands), and most importantly they have been paying for years without fail.

By clicking on the faucet list, each site has an short introduction and the important bits (how many sats per claim/ time/ extra bonuses).

In addition, there are also CSGO (Counter-Strike Global Offensive) skins, passive income apps and Bitcoin interest accounts.

Feel free to check it out Cheesy


UPDATE: Get paid to receive SMS on your phone, it's super easy. Check it out here!

6  Economy / Trading Discussion / BTC/ Altcoin conversion ratio on: January 30, 2019, 12:50:22 PM
Since the movement of BTC influences most, if not all altcoins, is it a good move if I were to convert my alts to BTC now when prices are low, or when they are high?

NEO @ $7 > BTC @ 3,500 vs NEO @ $75 > BTC @ $13,700
7  Economy / Marketplace / [SOLVED] Suggestions to grow my Bitcoin on: January 29, 2019, 08:08:48 AM
I have roughly 0.15 BTC. What do you guys recommend for me to invest in? So far I've considered these options:

  • Freebitcoin's 5% per annum - Roughly 1.7K sats daily
  • Casino bankrolls - Very slow, often seeing negative profit everyday
  • Lending - Haven't tried this so far

If I posted this in the wrong section, let me know and I'll close it.
8  Economy / Scam Accusations / ClaimBitcoinNetwork - The Faucet that BANS you when you CASHOUT on: January 25, 2019, 04:30:54 PM
WARNING: Pardon the image-heaviness. I had to get this message across because there are many still unaware of their modus operandi.

Apologies if I posted in the incorrect section but there's no other appropriate subforum for warning users on some scammy Bitcoin faucet.

So some you might have come across these two Android Bitcoin faucets, The Bitcoin Wheel and Claim Free Bitcoin. Both look pretty neat and the developer (JPLabs/ ClaimBitcoinNetwork) even have a website.

At a glance, the ways to earn Bitcoins are interesting; you get 3 tries to snag up to 100+ Satoshi every 15 minutes. Plus, they recently implemented some Hi-Lo and hourly online faucet.

All seems good until you reach the minimum payout amount; 40K Sats for direct Bitcoin wallets. Payments are so-called processed every Friday and you'll be greeted with a sweet ban upon your first payment. What a way to end the weekdays!

So here's the whole conversation between me and the developer via email moments after the post-work surprise:

Same excuse of using adblocker, when my phone wasn't even rooted to begin with.

I replied that I was willing to send evidences to prove I don't have any installed. Suddenly, they diverted to an alternative resolution.

Unban in exchange of not being able to claim first payment, and another chance to get re-banned? No thank you.

Reviews don't lie, even on NetBusinessRating. The majority are posting similar responses too:

Therefore if you're still using or planning to download these things, flag them on the Play Store or uninstall them immediately! You're being used as a free labor, just like the rest of us. Really a shame such decent faucets are run by some crook.

9  Other / Beginners & Help / About the 100 merit thingy on: January 16, 2019, 06:29:19 AM
Pardon me as I joined a little late, but I've seen some mentions of those 100 merit airdrop being thrown around.

What actually happened during that time?
10  Economy / Web Wallets / BitGo Legacy Wallet Recovery on: December 17, 2017, 10:52:39 AM
Hi guys,

I am unable to retrieve the (legacy) wallet password for BitGO's BCH's. I have the keycard but I'm unsure if that only applies to BTC since the password didn't seem to work.

So I've emailed support and got the reply that I'm required to submit a scanned copy of the keycard (which holds my wallet private keys).

I'm pretty hesitant to proceed because of this. Anyone been through the same process?
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