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March 19, 2013, 09:31:19 PM
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I'm pretty new to bitcoins and have been obtaining small amounts through faucets. They go to my personal wallet, but of course since there are a lot of transactions of small amounts, the transaction fee when I try to send my bitcoins is pretty large. If I send these bitcoins to an online wallet, like MtGox or bitcoin.de, will I still have large transaction fees (if at all)?
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March 19, 2013, 09:40:17 PM
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I'm pretty new to bitcoins and have been obtaining small amounts through faucets. They go to my personal wallet, but of course since there are a lot of transactions of small amounts, the transaction fee when I try to send my bitcoins is pretty large. If I send these bitcoins to an online wallet, like MtGox or bitcoin.de, will I still have large transaction fees (if at all)?
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"standard" online wallets also rely on the same bitcoin client, having identical transaction fee policy (if not, you may end up waiting hours for your transaction to get included in a block and get confirmations).

Aren't the various faucet sites you are using providing a way to 'group' rewards in bigger amounts before sending them to your address ?

( dailybitcoins.org allows this for example )

BTC: 17CHqn3XE3Waf7Qfkm9p2MQE1VgB8gVbG4
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March 19, 2013, 11:58:56 PM
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I'm pretty new to bitcoins and have been obtaining small amounts through faucets. They go to my personal wallet, but of course since there are a lot of transactions of small amounts, the transaction fee when I try to send my bitcoins is pretty large. If I send these bitcoins to an online wallet, like MtGox or bitcoin.de, will I still have large transaction fees (if at all)?
Thanks.


MtGox has warning there like deposit has to be used for trading. So I dont see a way how it could be used for hundrets of micro deposits from the free faucet sites you will get
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