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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [Suggestion] Create a new section for ICOs/Crowdsales/Airdrops? on: November 25, 2018, 12:26:00 PM
Hello,

Most miners don't really care about ICOs, and most look for PoW coins.
It has become very hard to track newly launched PoW coins with all the garbage ICO, airdrop, call it whatever coins.

Is there any chance something could be done about this?
I'm aware this could be a lot of work, but once it would be done, it would help a lot.

Thanks for your time, hoping one day this could become possible.
2  Economy / Micro Earnings / [FaucetHUB] CryptoWarfare - Dystopian Crypto MMORPG browser game on: January 03, 2018, 01:28:04 PM



CryptoWarfare - Dystopian Crypto MMORPG browser game
Bitcoin (BTC) vs New Bitcoin (NBT), which will prevail?

http://cryptowarfare.io


CryptoWarfare is a Dystopian Cyberpunk Bitcoin RPG with lots of fun gameplay and story missions. The story takes place in a dark setting in the year 2046 when Bitcoin is banned by a new government called the Clinton World Order. Do you have what it takes to bring them down and revive Bitcoin?

5 Player classes
Choose to play as a Miner, Trader, Hacker, Crime Boss or Official

71 Unique Missions
Each class has unique story missions to follow with fun objectives and rewards




100 Skills and Skill Bonuses
Different skills unlock different functions and missions for you to progress, with skill bonuses giving passive rewards




3 public market places
Use the public marketplace for trading a plethora of in-game items providing gameplay enhancements and power ups
You can even sell your own items on the market




Battle others in the cyberworld
Fight others while connecting to the dangerous realms of the cyber matrix to win all kinds of rewards




In game exchange for BTC/NBT
Trade in game currency [NBT] on an open exchange vs BTC, complete with order books and price setting




Much more...
There's many more surprises to discover in the world of CryptoWarfare

Register and start playing today

If you get stuck check out the in-game guide.
3  Economy / Micro Earnings / coinmedia? on: September 24, 2017, 06:32:08 PM
Hey guys,

I've seen at least 10 FOs this month complaining about coinmedia not paying them.

Have they gone rogue, or they just delay payouts?

Thanks!
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Optimal D3 Antminer OC? on: September 24, 2017, 03:44:15 PM
Hello,

as you can see, I'm interested to know how high is it safe to go while overclocking my D3's?
5  Economy / Micro Earnings / [FaucetHub] BTC.ms - Bitcoin Micro Shortener. Shorten links, get paid. on: July 15, 2017, 12:08:55 PM


http://btc.ms
Bitcoin Micro Shortener

Make your links shorter, earn money.
Simple as that!

We have a very high CPM for uniques.

6  Economy / Micro Earnings / ZenAds.io - Pre-announcement topic. -> NO ETA FOR LAUNCH <- = NO ETA on: July 07, 2017, 11:07:55 PM

7  Economy / Micro Earnings / [FaucetHUB] Contest for the 5 most beautiful usernames on: June 27, 2017, 06:29:54 PM
Hello FH community!

We've decided to make a contest, with the most beautiful CSS usernames from our chat.

What we need from you is to post your username and a screenshot of your CSS edited username.
This contest will start when there's 100 participants.

In order to be able to track entry numbers, please avoid posting any new posts which have nothing to do with this contest. You can always "edit" your previous post.



Warning: If you get caught cheating in any way, you will get chat banned from the site forever. Don't use any other ways than the way provided to modify your usernames.

This topic will be locked after all 100 users have posted their entries. 100.

We will post a poll with the first 100 users and our entire community will vote.

Reward are as following:

Users in order by votes
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#1 250k satoshi
#2 200k satoshi
#3 150k satoshi
#4 100k satoshi
#5 50k satoshi

May the best win!

https://faucethub.io
8  Economy / Micro Earnings / [Warnings] Scam sites in Micro-Earnings section. Stuff you should avoid. on: June 27, 2017, 05:53:39 PM
I'll be posting links/topics/usernames of scammers who run scam sites in the micro-earnings section (This means ponzies, investment based schemes which promise you high returns, etc. ). Stuff that doesn't belong in micro-earnings.
If you're someone who's interested to run such scams, stay away from this section because you'll get exposed.

Feel free to use this information as you like. (No credits needed)
Post on blogs, claim it as yours, do whatever you want. 100% free use.

I'm reporting sites that I can point my finger on them, with proof. Backing stuff with my reputation and nothing else.
Proof mostly will be found in their threads, if they don't have the ability to delete posts.

(Another EDU topic: "Faucet types and what you should know about them"
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1988824.0 please read if you're new to micro-earnings)


If you have found any scam sites in micro-earnings, please use the following format and post the required info.
(Please provide proof if possible and as much information under "Info")
You shouldn't be biased if the OPs are insulting you or whatever other reason there is. We're keeping this section clean from scams, not people's characters. They're people and people can act weird sometimes for no reason.

Code:
[quote]
Username:
Website:
Topic:
Info:
[/quote]

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Username: giwrg0s1
Website: rocketbitco.in
Topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1977632.0
Info: Serial scammer, opened a faucet with 100k min withdraw, while you earn 5k per day. Promotes his ponzies on that faucet. Has adsense. 1 guy posted that he did a withdraw to test the site and didn't get any coins. That message got deleted, since it's a self mod topic.

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Username: Nagadota
Website: claimwith.me
Topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1983590.msg19781952#msg19781952 (Interesting debate with that scammer. Grab popcorn.)
Info: A "faucet game" (A investment generator) which gives you 700% ROI. If you start reading the info from the link above, you'll understand what is it about.

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Username: rozene
Website: wealthshare.group
Topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1989217.0
Info: "Please note that because I am running a clean show that there are NO income guarantees" - wow.
[/quote

9  Economy / Micro Earnings / [EDU - Warning] Faucet types and what you should know about them on: June 27, 2017, 03:08:47 PM
Hello,

a lot of people mix the terms "faucet", "faucet game(s)", "Ponzi faucets", "Investment faucets", and many more terms which people have come up with in the past years.

I'd like to help people understand the differences so they don't get confused in the future.
This is the micro-earnings section and not the gambling/risky/scam investments section.



Faucets
Quote
A faucet is a site which gives you free cryptocurrencies for visiting their website. All you need to do on those sites is provide your cryptocurrency address or/and email address. (This depends on the way they pay. XAPO faucets, for example, ask for your email.Faucets which use direct payments or faucet that use microwallets will ask for your cryptocurrency addresses.

The risks with the above are at the minimum. Worst case scenario, you don't get paid from the person who runs the faucet, and/or, if the person who runs the site is a malicious owner, he can sell your emails or even use them to spam you with useless content.
So, what you should look at here is the minimum amount needed to withdraw your coins.
All you'd lose here is your time.
Faucets are depended 100% on advertising income. Either it's banner advertising, or any other form of advertising income.


Faucet games
Quote
Faucet games are exactly what you are thinking of. It's games which pay you cryptocurrencies to play on their websites, so the owners can profit/sustain the site with advertising income. Some sell packages, VIP/Premium accounts and some don't see anything.

Now, faucet games are more profitable for the people who run them, but they're risky business if the owners are greedy and allow you buy packages which promise you mad gains in the short term.
If we assume that we don't believe that there's people who give money away for free (in exchange for nothing), then we can understand the above.
Such sites can turn into scams or insolvent due to bad calculations. Those site owners need to monitor a lot of things in order to keep their sites "alive" and allow people enjoy their games.

What you need to look at here is the numbers of your ROI, since those games exist so you enjoy playing them and earn a buck, or two, in the mid term.
If it's too good to be true, it's too good to be true. Don't fall for it.
Not all sites are designed to be scam sites, but the majority of them can and will turn into scam sites after they peak, if their owners are greedy/malicious.

"Investment faucets"
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This is the biggest bullsh*t you'll ever see in the cryptocurrencies space. Those "faucets" are HYIP/Ponzi sites which -have a faucet- on their sites
They promise you crazy gains. 5%+ per day. 150%+ per month.
Those ROI numbers can differ from site to site. Even if it's 1% per day, it cannot be sustainable in the long term and you can figure out with simple math. Growth can be capped, because of the demand for such sites.
When investments stop coming in, they disappear because they've wasted money on advertising through their "faucets", through advertising networks and because of their greed.

So, those "Investment" sites are: Ponzies, HYIPs, doublers or whatever they call them nowadays.
Do not feed the scammers. If you've found a site that pays a lot through their faucet and has investments, take the free coins (milk the hell out of them), do not deposit any coins, because you'll end up losing them.
You might get lucky once, by getting your ROI, but the scammers need you feel safe, so you decide to deposit more money, since you've already "taken money out". That's their ace in the sleeve card. Your trust.

-

If I've missed something, please let me know and I'll edit.
Thanks for your time.
10  Other / Meta / Sigh. Looking for mod/admin attention on: June 26, 2017, 09:14:25 PM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1983590.msg19749898#msg19749898

Site above  is a investment site.
Advertised with 700% ROI in 30 days. OP says that ROI is more likely up to somewhere around 200%.
Quote
We are pleased to introduce you to ClaimWithMe the most paying faucet of all times. Start claiming your faucet right away in order to earn from $0.80 to $550 worth of bitcoins a day!

I'm trying to do the right thing, since I've spent the last 2 years in the micro-earnings section and I've been trying to keep the scam levels as lower possible in there.
Please move this ponzi to the right section of the forum. I've reported it twice already, but no action has been taken.

It doesn't belong to micro earnings section, it's a ponzi based scheme with a faucet.

11  Other / Off-topic / ePay "developer". He might have info about the owner(s) on: June 20, 2017, 10:37:26 PM
Hello,

last month, ePay went rogue and stole a lot of bitcoin. The amount isn't known.

After all this time, I came upon this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1955169.msg19676553#msg19676553

After just google-ing that name, you can find some results.

I don't want to post any personal information of that person, but if you're interested to know more, just go on linkedin and you'll find him.
Search for epay.info and it's there.

You can find him on facebook as well, just by looking at those 3 profiles with the name there.


12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [DEV] Ethereum on: June 17, 2017, 01:56:43 PM
Hello everyone,

I'm looking to integrate ETH into my MicroWallet service FaucetHub.io. As things stand I've built a Bitcoin compatible engine to handle all deposits and withdraws. Since Bitcoin and altcoins allow for multiple inputs and outputs it makes sending out withdraws and splitting amounts very easy/a non-issue.

However looking at Ethereum I have seen that there is only 1 input and 1 output. This is proving to be a challenge to integrate it into FaucetHub the way we work.

In order to create a "deposit address" for each of my users I would need to create a new ETH account in my central geth wallet, is this correct?

The issue with this is that our entire "hot wallet" is not a single account, but potentially unlimited accounts based on how many users deposit. So when we come to do withdraws of any size, these funds are potentially split between 100s of accounts containing small dust. This is not something we can afford to pay for fee-wise, and users should not have to pay for it either.

Is there a way to have 1 ETH account with multiple addresses pointing to it? This would allow for all of our funds to be stored in a central wallet and when we do a withdraw the fees will be for a single transaction.
13  Economy / Micro Earnings / Looking for bitcaptcher admin on: June 15, 2017, 03:13:14 PM
Hello,

as the title says, I'm looking for the owner/admin of bitcaptcher.
If you can get me in contact with him I'd appreciate it. I'm interested about his bitcaptcher script, so I don't have to write one from scratch.

Thank you!

EDIT: I got his telegram ID from another telegram user. That ID was temporary ID I think, so this one goes down the drain.
14  Economy / Service Discussion / bitgrail - treating their users like shit on: June 14, 2017, 01:28:11 PM
So, I discovered a new exchange because I need to get my hands on some XRB, and the logs I'll be pasting below are from the admin.
I haven't participated in the chat, yet, but I find this behavior very unprofessional and shady.
And, of course, I got banned from their chat after posting. (You can see my posts with blue color below)

Quote
IIKHIKMATULLOH: bitgrail scam or no?
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Give me a reason not to ban you from the chat (why, because a user asked if the exchange is legit or a scam?)
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: IikHikmatulloh I am waiting

Quote
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: If you deposited less than 100, you have lost them, otherwise just wait
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: And learn to read the warning next to the deposit section
Quote
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Place a sell order
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Dexiel08 just be patient
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: What are you scared of? (this guy is serious.)
DEXIEL08: i generate my deposit address then its say its aldready pocket but here nothing mria
DEXIEL08: it didnt pocket
DEXIEL08: in my wallet
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: How long did you wait?
[TG]: I have 195 XRB on my deposit, but when I try to place a sales order, it's not enough XRB, why is it so?
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Turn off Google translate (um, let's assume he'll understand his customer better if he turns off G.T)
DEXIEL08: anthony its 10mins now
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: And? is it too long for you? (wait, you're serious, for real.)
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Then go here and read: https://bitgrail.com/deposit/XRB
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Continue and I ban you (what the actual f?!)



DEXIEL08: sorry. thanks.. (poor guy, lol)


There's been even weirder logs, just didn't want to post anything, thought the guy had a bad day, the day I registered, but this happens constantly whenever I check the chat.
I've been a member of their site for like 3 days, and I seriously can't understand what's wrong with that guy. He's very aggressive towards people who ask about site's legitimacy.

I don't deposit more than 0.1 btc per buy I want to do, because of stuff mentioned above.

Just a heads up. No hot wallet is a safe wallet, no matter what anyone claims.
DYOR

thanks for your time, and stay safe


Edits:

lol,

Quote
USER-5766: Hey, ANTHONYGOZZINI. Can I really trust you with my hard earned funds?
USER-5766: I mean by depositing on your exchange
[TG] GREGORST: 5766 why you are asking this?
[TG] GREGORST: We have lot users and we don't need to prove our trust
[TG] GREGORST: 21.78893954 btc exchanged in the last 24 hours
USER-5766: All I can see is how you treat people. Why? Someone asked you if the site is legit and you told him you'll ban him. As you claim this is a trollbox and you're the admin of a site which has a -trollbox- and you want to ban them for such questions? Is your site really safe? Can you see why I am asking you if I can entrust a person like yourself with my earned funds?
[TG] GREGORST: o my god
[TG] THEBOMBER: user 5766, anthony is my admin and he help me a lot with ticket and chat
[TG] THEBOMBER: is not easy to manage all users of a new brand exchnage that ask every hours same questions
[TG] THEBOMBER: please, try to understand
[TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: I didn't tell you I ban you. But coming here and saying "is it scam" is not nice at all
[TG] GREGORST: USer 5766, please say to me where you read "you will be banned", this site is really safe, i get that you are new and you want trust but this is an "everyday" situation.
USER-5766: "IIKHIKMATULLOH: bitgrail scam or no? [TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: Give me a reason not to ban you from the chat [TG] ANTHONYGOZZINI: IikHikmatulloh I am waiting" - this guy asked if the site is a legit site or a scam and you told him you'll ban him if he doesn't give you a reason
[TG] GREGORST: Why are you doing this? Do you want to deposit here, we are trusted, do you want to complain and create problems? Go to other site.
[TG] THEBOMBER: user 5766, you think the trollbox of bitgrail is the better place to ask if bitgrail is scam? (no, that's why I'm making this post on bitcointalk right now, so more people discuss about your service and the way your treat your users.)



That's a good reason why you should trust an exchange, I guess. 22 btc vol in 24 hours, admin helps support reply.

15  Economy / Micro Earnings / [Host a faucet - Which script should you use?] Faucet scripts on: May 30, 2017, 03:03:58 PM
Hello,

there's been a lot of interest from many users who want to launch their own faucet and don't know which faucet script they should use, so, I'm creating this thread in order to add all *"trusted" faucets known to us nowadays.

Scripts will be added in such order: the most used, trusted and developed scripts.

https://faucetinabox.com

FaucetInABox was launched by the biggest ever known microwallet/microcache website in faucet industry, faucetbox.com, which halted their service in late 2016.
Although, they are still developing and working on their script and provide support whenever is needed.
Their script supports faucetsystems.com and faucethub.io

-

I'll wait for more script developers post their scripts here and add a similar description with the one above, so we can make faucet creation easier for the people who'll be needing this kind of information.
16  Economy / Scam Accusations / ePay.info gone rogue - site in auction section on: May 28, 2017, 05:46:51 AM
What happened::
ePay.info, a micro wallet/cache service went rogue, due to their 0 fees policy (most probably).
Like a month ago, they started doing selective payouts to their users.
Users who'd call them out in their ANN (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1149545.msg19230660#new) would get paid, so they keep the tension low.

User R3x found out yesterday that they've listed their domain on major auction websites (GoDaddy, Namecheap).


Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=397921

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1936216.0
Amount Scammed:
N/A - Unknown
Payment Method:
BTC & alts.
Proof of Payment:
N/A
PM/Chat Logs:
N/A
Additional Notes:

Due to their 0 fees policy, they probably went bankrupt. They got banned from a major bitcoin advertising network a few months ago, which was their best source of income. They got banned because they used illegal methods to generate income from ads, then called the ad network scam because they were removed from there.
( https://twitter.com/epayinfo/status/816163440247132160 & https://twitter.com/epayinfo/status/818351556164718593 )

They were supposed to launch a new interface in early April, but it never came out, since probably that's when they started having issues, due to current bullrun.

17  Economy / Micro Earnings / FaucetHUB - Which altcoins should we add? on: May 27, 2017, 05:53:35 PM
Hello,

we're getting ready to expand and we were wondering which altcoins would you like us to add on the site?

Please keep in mind. If some altcoins don't have demand, we wont be able to add them.

Looking forward to hear your suggestions
18  Economy / Micro Earnings / WARNING: EPAY.INFO WENT ROGUE, DO NOT DEPOSIT ANY COINS. PROOF INSIDE on: May 27, 2017, 01:58:28 PM
Hello,

from what it seems, epay.info has gone rogue. If you're a faucet owner DO NOT DEPOSIT ANY COINS THERE.
You've noticed that when bitcoin's price started climbing they started doing selective payouts.
I didn't want to ask any questions or say anything before there was solid proof that something is going on.

BCT mods/Cyrus, please don't move this thread to another section, since most of micro-earnings users don't visit the other sections. I'll move it when the time comes.
Apologies and thanks.

Proof (Links provided by user R3x):
https://in.auctions.godaddy.com/trpItemListing.aspx?miid=113570278&ci=44273&prog_id=GoDaddy
https://www.namecheap.com/domains/registration/results.aspx?domain=epay.info

Domain has been put on sale. Auction expiration date is 2017/07/18 10:27 AM (PDT)

This auction ends in 52 days, which means they probably listed it 8 days ago.

PS: I'm not posting this to harm ePay. Never had issues with them, but to protect its users and faucet owners from any potential inconveniences in the future.
19  Economy / Micro Earnings / ePay? on: May 27, 2017, 12:48:52 AM
Any clue what's up with epay? Not trolling, poking or competing or w/e. I'm seriously curious to see what's up.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Noob altcoiner question/token creation/crowdfunding on: May 26, 2017, 03:14:01 PM
Hi,

I'm the owner of faucethub.io (microwallet/mircocache with 200k+ registered users and 20-25k online per day approximately) and many other gaming websites which have top search keywords. Including bitcoin gambling keywords, "Free bitcoin" keywords (which are the gate to cryptocurrencies through Google).
I'm a coder & SEO fanatic.

So, I was thinking to create a token for my network, so my users can purchase services from my websites.
There's not much demand (around $8-10k per month, for VIP/premium accounts, etc.) but I guess that's something, heh.


I'll be also launching a advertising network and a real dice site (by end of this year) where users will be able to deposit the token, or BTC. While token gaming would have a lower house edge for the users and advertising would be also with a discount, if advertiser chooses to use the token.
(Currently, top 5 advertising networks have around $70k buying volume per day)
I'd be also adding the token on faucethub, so people would be able to launch their own faucets with specific token and attract more users.
They could also use the token for their own needs. 200k+ users.

  • Are crowdfundings done through this forum?
  • What are the best time frames to keep open the crowdfunding? 10-30 days?
  • Which exchanges support ETH tokens? So I can contact them and ask them to add it
  • Can the crowdfund be done on the ETH chain directly?

Thanks for your time guys, any help is much appreciated.
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