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December 17, 2017, 09:03:24 PM
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your answer does not matter.
The reality counts.
Faucets are used...much used...more used that all here si often is proposed.(sign campaign for not name it)
Do you think the market is idiotic?
The market is always right.
Faucets are definitively profitable and so much profitable that they keep up being sustainable.
No one can go against the market.

Nope, market is not always right. You want to know why? Because people, as a whole, are just stupid. Yeah, that's right, we are stupid in general as humankind. People are using faucets because they don't know or don't want to take the effort of REAL earning online. There is so many oppurunities, you can make marketing stuff, start own website, blog, which would give you really nice money, yet people choose to work on faucets for cents... Why? As I said before, because they are lazy and don't want to take the effort. And IT IS fine. Everything is alright, there must be faucet users so machine is working, right? Smiley
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December 18, 2017, 08:19:59 PM
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To those saying that what you mine from faucets now could be worth something in the future:

True, but be careful. The only faucet you can really trust to keep your money in is freebitco.in. All others you should withdraw the money after you reach a certain amount. But if you do that too often, the transaction fee on your wallet will go up and up and up. For example, I only withdrew from faucets a few times to my Exodus wallet, yet my transaction fee to withdraw any BTC is currently over $50. Meaning basically I can't use my BTC unless I want to lose a chunk of it to fees.

Now we can gamble and hope BTC fixes the transaction fee problem. Segwit 2x failed, but maybe a future idea will work. But maybe not.

So basically the only faucet I'd recommend right now is freebitco.in. And I'd suggest turning on 2FA and just leaving everything you make in there.

I do not mean to pry, but you don't by any chance happen to have six fingers on your right hand?
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December 22, 2017, 09:37:26 AM
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 In my own point of view, I think yes that the faucets from bitcoin are still profitable. In the first place faucets are free and there is no capital or investment needed for this.
It will be a big help of some other people since who are cannot afford to buy bitcoin. It requires much effort buts still it is free.

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December 22, 2017, 10:14:51 AM
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As I can remember  3year ago while I was hurting for bitcoin from faucets to faucets,  I can make up to 500k sats within a week from faucets!  And am wondering now if it still so?

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So i guess things are still same. Earning for claiming is still same. Yes 3 years back earning from faucet was limited to few sites , now there are plenty and same time Alternate coin faucets are also there.


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January 03, 2018, 07:38:14 AM
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Somehow it’s yes, because those websites and applications in smartphones who offers free faucets helps every people in the society who cannot afford to buy bitcoin, to have a opportunity to get free bitcoins.
It is quite small amount and time consuming but still it is free.

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January 04, 2018, 06:54:35 AM
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As I can remember  3year ago while I was hurting for bitcoin from faucets to faucets,  I can make up to 500k sats within a week from faucets!  And am wondering now if it still so?

2 years ago it worked but things have changed now and we are looking at  bitcoin that is going 6 digits this yearso faucets can give their members 1 sats that is in decimal that has more than 10-15 zeros very soon.
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January 04, 2018, 05:41:06 PM
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Hi friends faucets rewards are less
can you all try this ptc site which gives 20k per day for viewing Ads? And few more features are there in site - you all should be active daily..
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January 04, 2018, 08:31:26 PM
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Although I do not have proof, someone just withdrew 50,000 satoshi from Coins4Days a little less than a week ago. Claiming from faucets adds up over time, and some faucets require no effort to claim (ones that have SolveMedia and zero pop-ups), so why not?

The key to making money with faucets is active referrals. If you have 200 active referrals who claim 1,000 satoshi worth of bitcoin a week, that's 200,000 satoshi a week. A referral commission can be anywhere from 10-50%. We will take the middle road at 30%. So, your payout would be 60,000 satoshi a week. That's a little over a dollar a day.

Scale that number out. What happens when you have these many referrals? http://prntscr.com/hw4qjm It all adds up over time! You will not get thousands of referrals overnight.

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January 05, 2018, 03:31:50 PM
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Although I do not have proof, someone just withdrew 50,000 satoshi from Coins4Days a little less than a week ago. Claiming from faucets adds up over time, and some faucets require no effort to claim (ones that have SolveMedia and zero pop-ups), so why not?

The key to making money with faucets is active referrals. If you have 200 active referrals who claim 1,000 satoshi worth of bitcoin a week, that's 200,000 satoshi a week. A referral commission can be anywhere from 10-50%. We will take the middle road at 30%. So, your payout would be 60,000 satoshi a week. That's a little over a dollar a day.

Scale that number out. What happens when you have these many referrals? http://prntscr.com/hw4qjm It all adds up over time! You will not get thousands of referrals overnight.

I totally agree with this. Referrals can be a great way to earn bitcoin passively. As the OP says, it takes time but it is possible and it's nice to watch the satoshis add up this way.

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January 17, 2018, 06:14:32 PM
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sometimes it is profitable in surfing bitcoin from the different kind of faucet, because there has still a faucet that offer a free satoshi for you to earn bitcoin.
For now many of the faucet are not paying faucet and many of them are scam, they will only waste your time and get your bitcoin or satoshi for they to earn more and get a high profit in scamming,
but it is not good for everyone.

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January 18, 2018, 01:35:03 PM
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January 20, 2018, 03:06:00 PM
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for now surfing bitcoin from faucets is not profitable, because many faucet now is not paying, like the many mining sites, they just wasting your time and they don't want to pay you for your work.

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