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August 17, 2012, 10:42:59 PM
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I've decided to make my Litecoin faucet open source

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bitcoin faucet public release
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Forum Thread: coming
this is the simplest version of it, other might get released in time

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INSTALL:
put files in www dir, edit config.php with proper values
and dont forget faucet.sql for the db...
in templates/header.php you have to set you're IP, so you can see server link.
the same in server.php, set you're IP, so you can access to page.

NOTE: Some wil maybe have to create the faucet donation account in there bitcoind
account have to be FaucetDonations and/or SendOut


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August 29, 2012, 04:17:51 PM
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hm dont know what to do with this "faucet"... the translation in german doesnt gave me a hint Cheesy
is it a gambling script or something??

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August 29, 2012, 04:33:26 PM
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A Bitcoin/Litecoin Faucet is a website where you can obtain free coins.
It is called Faucet because the coins drip mostly slowly out of it in your wallet.
The Purpose of these Sites is that beginners can get some coins to begin playing with them.

So if you want to run a faucet and give free Bitcoins/Litecoins to others then you can use these nice Script now.
Thx Greedi.

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August 29, 2012, 05:43:43 PM
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A Bitcoin/Litecoin Faucet is a website where you can obtain free coins.
It is called Faucet because the coins drip mostly slowly out of it in your wallet.
The Purpose of these Sites is that beginners can get some coins to begin playing with them.

So if you want to run a faucet and give free Bitcoins/Litecoins to others then you can use these nice Script now.
Thx Greedi.

Could not have say it better my self Smiley

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May 18, 2013, 04:49:33 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

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May 18, 2013, 02:59:44 PM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

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May 22, 2013, 05:24:53 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

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May 22, 2013, 08:48:13 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

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May 22, 2013, 08:52:34 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.

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May 22, 2013, 09:00:07 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

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May 22, 2013, 09:06:16 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

I would set that date into the past and keep giving you my address until there was no funds left. Do you have a demo you want me to show you.

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May 22, 2013, 09:08:06 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

I would set that date into the past and keep giving you my address until there was no funds left. Do you have a demo you want me to show you.

thats where the admin console comes in. you can easily see multiple ip addresses dates etc. also the payouts are made by hand. unhackable.

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May 22, 2013, 09:10:46 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

I would set that date into the past and keep giving you my address until there was no funds left. Do you have a demo you want me to show you.

thats where the admin console comes in. you can easily see multiple ip addresses dates etc. also the payouts are made by hand. unhackable.

I see that, but do you think with over a lot of users, and different ips it is hackable, nothing is unhackable. Dude you wrote a bad faucet it is ok, flat files, timestamps in the hidden inputs, it is a mess, I could go on and on but I save you the embarrassment.

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May 22, 2013, 09:15:14 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

I would set that date into the past and keep giving you my address until there was no funds left. Do you have a demo you want me to show you.

thats where the admin console comes in. you can easily see multiple ip addresses dates etc. also the payouts are made by hand. unhackable.

I see that, but do you think with over a lot of users, and different ips it is hackable, nothing is unhackable. Dude you wrote a bad faucet it is ok, flat files, timestamps in the hidden inputs, it is a mess, I could go on and on but I save you the embarrassment.
save yourself the embarrassment. you have no idea what you are talking about. for example an online bitcoin faucet script, such as the one you wrote requres what? a blockchain.info wallet account to script payouts. and what else? a ref link from blockexplorer that checks the validity of the address entered, but can still be duped with a fake wallet address. I know you don't know this, but most other crypto currencies don't have these features yet, so making a script such as Greedis litecoin script or the other script thats for bitcoin is next to impossible. i say next to impossible because its possible, but would require a ton of development. i'm proud of this little script, written from scratch.

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May 22, 2013, 09:18:57 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

I would set that date into the past and keep giving you my address until there was no funds left. Do you have a demo you want me to show you.

thats where the admin console comes in. you can easily see multiple ip addresses dates etc. also the payouts are made by hand. unhackable.

I see that, but do you think with over a lot of users, and different ips it is hackable, nothing is unhackable. Dude you wrote a bad faucet it is ok, flat files, timestamps in the hidden inputs, it is a mess, I could go on and on but I save you the embarrassment.
save yourself the embarrassment. you have no idea what you are talking about. for example an online bitcoin faucet script, such as the one you wrote requres what? a blockchain.info wallet account to script payouts. and what else? a ref link from blockexplorer that checks the validity of the address entered, but can still be duped with a fake wallet address. I know you don't know this, but most other crypto currencies don't have these features yet, so making a script such as yours, i'm assuming your name is Greedi and you wrote the github faucet script.

Nice deflection, but we are talking about your script. My script is running on some heavily traffic sites, has yet to be hacked, it  has both manual and scripted payouts. It maintains a nice randomness to the ad orders. It also requires a bitcoind not blockchain.info. But enough about my ferrari of a faucet script. You open sourced yours so I saw some mistakes, nothing that a little fix couldn't solved I don't get why your getting all mad and attacking my work which you have yet to see.

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May 22, 2013, 09:20:56 AM
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Damn, i wish there were instructions for a noob. i'm trying to make this work with the new GLDcoin

Ive got it accepting FRK's but not dishing them out for some reason.

i've built a new generic crypto faucet you can use with any coin. here it is http://www.1gld.tk/_dl/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2.zip

Put it on github, I doubt anyone will unpack a zip from a JR member.

it's already on GITHUB

https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2

the latest version can be downloaded through my site. and trust me people know me. they call me Nimda....

Why did you put the timestamp in a hidden input ?

Code:
<input id="timestamp" name="timestamp"  value='<?php echo $date date('m/d/Y h:i:s a');?>' type='hidden'>
https://github.com/r3wt/GENERICCRYPTOFAUCETv2/blob/master/index.php#L70

Now I could easily change that and drain your faucet. Also flat files are never good way to store a database.
time stamp is so i can check the times in between submissions from the same ip address.
and you would drain my faucet how?
lulz

I would set that date into the past and keep giving you my address until there was no funds left. Do you have a demo you want me to show you.

thats where the admin console comes in. you can easily see multiple ip addresses dates etc. also the payouts are made by hand. unhackable.

I see that, but do you think with over a lot of users, and different ips it is hackable, nothing is unhackable. Dude you wrote a bad faucet it is ok, flat files, timestamps in the hidden inputs, it is a mess, I could go on and on but I save you the embarrassment.
save yourself the embarrassment. you have no idea what you are talking about. for example an online bitcoin faucet script, such as the one you wrote requres what? a blockchain.info wallet account to script payouts. and what else? a ref link from blockexplorer that checks the validity of the address entered, but can still be duped with a fake wallet address. I know you don't know this, but most other crypto currencies don't have these features yet, so making a script such as yours, i'm assuming your name is Greedi and you wrote the github faucet script.

Nice deflection, but we are talking about your script. My script is running on some heavily traffic sites, has yet to be hacked, it  has both manual and scripted payouts. It maintains a nice randomness to the ad orders. It also requires a bitcoind not blockchain.info. But enough about my ferrari of a faucet script. You open sourced yours so I saw some mistakes, nothing that a little fix couldn't solved I don't get why your getting all mad and attacking my work which you have yet to see.

lol, the only flaw in my script is that it can't validate what an acceptable address is. i have about 2 weeks experience in php... give me a break. anyway, put up or shut up. lets see this "ferrari" of a script you have.
heres mine
http://www.1gld.tk/faucet.php and if you have a solution for hiding the server time in the input, why don't you just tell me? i'm a newb with php it took me a week to build this small set of files, and this is my first php project.

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May 22, 2013, 09:32:45 AM
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lol, the only flaw in my script is that it can't validate what an acceptable address is. i have about 2 weeks experience in php... give me a break. anyway, put up or shut up. lets see this "ferrari" of a script you have.
heres mine
http://www.1gld.tk/faucet.php and if you have a solution for hiding the server time in the input, why don't you just tell me? i'm a newb with php it took me a week to build this small set of files, and this is my first php project.

No their is a couple of flaws. Well welcome to tough love, this will teach you the correct way and when your making real web apps you can then go, that Gweedo dude really helped me Wink. Now why would I open source my faucet if it commands a price, that wouldn't be smart would it LOL

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lol, the only flaw in my script is that it can't validate what an acceptable address is. i have about 2 weeks experience in php... give me a break. anyway, put up or shut up. lets see this "ferrari" of a script you have.
heres mine
http://www.1gld.tk/faucet.php and if you have a solution for hiding the server time in the input, why don't you just tell me? i'm a newb with php it took me a week to build this small set of files, and this is my first php project.

No their is a couple of flaws. Well welcome to tough love, this will teach you the correct way and when your making real web apps you can then go, that Gweedo dude really helped me Wink. Now why would I open source my faucet if it commands a price, that wouldn't be smart would it LOL

lol, you're delusional. there may be flaws, but you've done nothing to help, unless you count inflating your own ego as help. and to your last statement, i gladly give this away as open source. it is my first php project, and is a great building block for anyone wanting to build a fast and simple, straight forward faucet. oh yeah, did i mention that the theme is fully responsive? cuz it is Smiley

edit. i see you've posted a fake bitcoin address at my site as localhost. how childish of you.

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May 22, 2013, 11:09:36 AM
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@r3wt, first of all you should open a different topic for your script. Now you are just bumping and flooding this topic.
Second, you don't check entered addresses? Bad decission mate.
Third, you shouldn't use hidden in a form to send the date. You could just get it at the handling page. Why are you doing it that way?

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