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June 24, 2015, 10:59:35 AM
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I will gradually be adding faucets to the various rotators, don't feel shy to recommend faucets I've missed.
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June 24, 2015, 12:26:09 PM
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Some faucets there have captchas that doesnt load, and loads really slow for some faucets, mostly the first few.

Also, upon refreshing, the faucet list starts from normal again and there are no timers for the faucets so users might have to go through faucets that are still having the 'cooldown'. So you should add a timer, and keep track on the user's ip address.

And also I would say that the left sidebar is a little small, perhaps it would be clearer if you shift it somewhere elese, and enlarge it. Smiley

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June 24, 2015, 12:31:27 PM
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Some faucets there have captchas that doesnt load, and loads really slow for some faucets, mostly the first few.

Also, upon refreshing, the faucet list starts from normal again and there are no timers for the faucets so users might have to go through faucets that are still having the 'cooldown'. So you should add a timer, and keep track on the user's ip address.

And also I would say that the left sidebar is a little small, perhaps it would be clearer if you shift it somewhere elese, and enlarge it. Smiley

It's a rotator, it's the https://github.com/ExploreBTC/BitcoinGrind script.

The websites displayed either have a timer, or don't. You merely have to hit the refresh button to see the timer if that faucet has one. (Which it should because most are FaucetBox faucets.)
Some faucets load slow because of the amount of ads they have on them, this is beyond my control as I cannot hide a faucets ads.

If the CAPTCHA doesn't load, hit the refresh button on the CAPTCHA itself, it will load. (I thought this was basic faucet knowledge.)
Respectively you can just hit Visit Faucet and visit the faucet directly.

The left sidebar is meant to be small because it can be hidden, hints the list to the right with the faucet numbers, it says: Faucet Rotators. You can click them and it serves the same purpose as it also loads the respected rotator.
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June 24, 2015, 12:59:23 PM
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Oh, your faucet rotator really has a nice design!

Bookmarked your website for future reference. Smiley

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June 24, 2015, 01:09:00 PM
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It's a rotator, it's the https://github.com/ExploreBTC/BitcoinGrind script.

The websites displayed either have a timer, or don't. You merely have to hit the refresh button to see the timer if that faucet has one. (Which it should because most are FaucetBox faucets.)
Some faucets load slow because of the amount of ads they have on them, this is beyond my control as I cannot hide a faucets ads.

If the CAPTCHA doesn't load, hit the refresh button the CAPTCHA itself, it will load. (I thought this was basic faucet knowledge.)
Respectively you can just hit Visit Faucet and visit the faucet directly.

The left sidebar is meant to be small because it can be hidden, hints the list to the right with the faucet numbers, it says: Faucet Rotators. You can click them and it serves the same purpose as it also loads the respected rotator.
Hmm, the captchas actually did load, but it took quite long, my bad Tongue

I think you misunderstood me, I did not mean the timer for the faucet itself, what I meant was let say the user claimed from that faucet already, and then the user comes back to your site, but the faucet list you have starts right back from the first one, regardless the user have claimed from that site or not. So you should add a timer for every faucet in your list, and only display the faucets that the user has not claimed before in the timing, so that they do not have to run through these faucets just to find a faucet they can claim.

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June 24, 2015, 01:12:25 PM
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It's a rotator, it's the https://github.com/ExploreBTC/BitcoinGrind script.

The websites displayed either have a timer, or don't. You merely have to hit the refresh button to see the timer if that faucet has one. (Which it should because most are FaucetBox faucets.)
Some faucets load slow because of the amount of ads they have on them, this is beyond my control as I cannot hide a faucets ads.

If the CAPTCHA doesn't load, hit the refresh button the CAPTCHA itself, it will load. (I thought this was basic faucet knowledge.)
Respectively you can just hit Visit Faucet and visit the faucet directly.

The left sidebar is meant to be small because it can be hidden, hints the list to the right with the faucet numbers, it says: Faucet Rotators. You can click them and it serves the same purpose as it also loads the respected rotator.
Hmm, the captchas actually did load, but it took quite long, my bad Tongue

I think you misunderstood me, I did not mean the timer for the faucet itself, what I meant was let say the user claimed from that faucet already, and then the user comes back to your site, but the faucet list you have starts right back from the first one, regardless the user have claimed from that site or not. So you should add a timer for every faucet in your list, and only display the faucets that the user has not claimed before in the timing, so that they do not have to run through these faucets just to find a faucet they can claim.

That's how the rotator script is designed and coded. I would have to recode the script for it to start off or remember wherever you left off, etc. as I don't think any rotator using this script has that function.
I think Scanthebox has those functions, but it's also not a public script to my knowledge.

Wallet address wise, I can add cookies.

BitcoinGrind has a jump function which I may throw in there.
I'm currently compiling lists for each rotators faucets.
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