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November 20, 2016, 11:34:20 AM
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November 20, 2016, 01:14:13 PM
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Ha ha so true, may not be so good for his health.
Any how I think he has superpowers.

And its gone.
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November 20, 2016, 03:53:54 PM
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So, you're saying my 100k+ users from all my sites wont use faucethub because it has registration?

Like I said, people need to think outside the box and forget what they've been used to. As I've mentioned in my first posts on this thread, I'm making a secure service for my network mostly. If people don't like what I'm doing, I can't force them join the service.

Your members will probably have a faucethub account, because most probably they're using at least one of my sites, or they're using a site which will be using faucethub. If you keep thinking that way, you'll miss the fun, heh

Also, another thing I've learned is. Better wait for a working product, then complain about it Tongue
Anyway, it's a one time registration. They just have to secure their accounts so hackers don't steal their addresses/satoshi.


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What would happen if I'm using Faucethub API and  a member withdraws his balance but he has not yet created account on Faucethub. Where does the satoshi go? Please add a feature to save this balance to the address even if users has not created account and when the users creates account and link that bitcoin address, the balance shows in his account.

If I understand it correctly from previous discussions and screenshots, the balance that is withdrawn from your site would still go to  a cache on FaucetHub, based on that user's BTC address. The only need for registration (one time) is when that user wants to withdraw from FaucetHub to their wallet. If they don't register, I'm assuming the balance would remain on the site, accumulating until they do decide to register and withdraw.

mexicantarget, amiright?
In order to obtain an address, users will have to register. They're protecting their address this way.
No one will be able to change their withdraw threshold, no one will be able to withdraw from their account and no one will be able to do any damage to the user.

This isn't a clone, this is a completely new service which aims to provide high security for its users. This is going to be a multi-platform for multi-purposes.

Okay, now.

I need you guys (FAUCET OWNERS) give me suggestions on what else you'd like to see on faucethub.
ya of course we have already so much suggestions ;p

1. is this possible to see the user have most claim per day/week/month ?
if yes, then we can reward our loyal users (lol)
for that user most have referral too

2. Country Tier ! you know usage, no more explain...(need script)

3. and the Final Suggest..(w0w); we can use that sht bots! just we pay minimum satoshis to those, like 1 or 2 satoshi per claim !
better than ban them at all ?! (:-o)
(how can this work? just u know!)

don't know these 3 card is good for play or not, feel free to add that all to your project :}
1) Yes, it's possible, but server costs would be enormous due to data logs.
2) Country tier what for exactly? Faucet script?
3) Yeah, that's a good one, I'll have to think about it though. Pros & cons.

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Ha ha so true, may not be so good for his health.
Any how I think he has superpowers.
I've been ill for the last 2 days + got a bad toothache. But that gif is exactly what I've been doing for some time now, lol

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November 20, 2016, 04:03:27 PM
Last edit: November 20, 2016, 04:21:35 PM by Crystal11
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2. Country Tier ! you know usage, no more explain...(need script)
Wtf ? Country tier is a form of scamming and discrimination !
Any website admin using country tier to discrminate is a scammer doesn't matter who he is.
It's not their fault that Faucet members has born and live in Pakinstan or India or Gibraltar and they have the same rights as one from Germany.
Moonbitcoin is using country tier (proved on a bitcointalk topic) and for me is a SCAM. Therefore i will never be a part of moonbitcoin community.
I understand that different countries brings different amounts of ads revenues but a honest admin can settle an average for everyone.
Example : Donaldcoin admin.
If you read this, donaldcoin ,you have my respect for using an average amount on hourly claims.
Take your country tier , almighty shahab, and stick it somewhere where the sun doesn't shine.

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2. Country Tier ! you know usage, no more explain...(need script)
Wtf ? Country tier is a form of scamming and discrimination !
Any website admin using country tier to discrminate is a scammer doesn't matter who he is.
It's not their fault that Faucet members has born and live in Pakinstan or India or Gibraltar and they have the same rights as one from Germany.
Moonbitcoin is using country tier (proved on a bitcointalk topic) and for me is a SCAM. Therefore i will never be a part of moonbitcoin community.
I understand that different countries brings different amounts of ads revenues but a honest admin can settle an average for everyone.
Example : Donaldcoin admin.
If you read this, donaldcoin ,you have my respect for using an average amount on hourly claims.
Take your country tier , almighty shahab, and stick it somewhere where the sun doesn't shine.
Hello
i guessed some reply like this.
so when much foreign ad network don't able to work with us(adsense and much more) and some native ad network uses, yea you force to do that because of their rules.
this isn't new idea, it's all about how to think that. for example;
in one side, this will pay less to some country,
but in other side, next to the normal paying, you can pay more for your country to get more native users attraction to your site.
whatever, i know what you say and actually i respect that. we can continue with average paying no problem Kiss
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November 20, 2016, 05:51:12 PM
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On the internet we're all the same. Sex, religion, ethnicity and other individual characteristics don't matter.

Regarding not allowing certain countries not accessing an admin's site, it's totally his option.
We shouldn't judge their decisions, since they're paying for their service and we should respect them, no matter what.

However, I don't use any IP restrictions on my sites, since I find it a bit lame to group users/countries/individuals (except blondes with big b**bs.)

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November 20, 2016, 06:22:38 PM
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What would happen if I'm using Faucethub API and  a member withdraws his balance but he has not yet created account on Faucethub. Where does the satoshi go? Please add a feature to save this balance to the address even if users has not created account and when the users creates account and link that bitcoin address, the balance shows in his account.

If I understand it correctly from previous discussions and screenshots, the balance that is withdrawn from your site would still go to  a cache on FaucetHub, based on that user's BTC address. The only need for registration (one time) is when that user wants to withdraw from FaucetHub to their wallet. If they don't register, I'm assuming the balance would remain on the site, accumulating until they do decide to register and withdraw.

mexicantarget, amiright?
In order to obtain an address, users will have to register. They're protecting their address this way.
No one will be able to change their withdraw threshold, no one will be able to withdraw from their account and no one will be able to do any damage to the user.

This isn't a clone, this is a completely new service which aims to provide high security for its users. This is going to be a multi-platform for multi-purposes.

I don't think you understand what the person was asking, or you haven't provided a definitive answer.

If a user that is not registered for FaucetHub makes a claim on a faucet site, where does that claim go. Does it go to a cache on your site until the user registers?

For example.

1. I go to a faucet and enter my bitcoin address.
2. I hit the submit/claim button
3. I receive a payment to my FaucetHub cache?

If I have not registered an account yet, does that claim get lost? Am I not going to be able to make a claim at all on the faucet until I create an account? Or will the balance that I claim from a faucet sit in an unregistered account on FaucetHub until I register and sign up? I know that you can't withdraw without registration, but will the balance sit inside of an unregistered account for a specific BTC address until that user registers that address with an account? That's what the original dude (ahmed) was asking.

EDIT: I just read what you wrote again... Wait a minute... We will get an address once we register. Is this the address that we have to use for faucets that run your API? Huh We can't use our own BTC addresses?
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November 20, 2016, 06:49:36 PM
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This should explain simply what happens in the event that a user makes a claim and they don't have an account
 
Faucet Users
- You do NOT get the coins in a "reserved" account, you will have to make an account and do the claim/withdraw again
- You get an error telling you to register and to claim again after you have done
 
 
Faucet Owners
- Coins stay in your balance and the API request is returned as a "failed payout" with status 456
- As long as your script is handling the API returns properly (200 is a successful payout, anything else is not, just like faucetbox) you won't have any problems dealing with the error message
- The PHP library I made has a return object added for this situation which provides both a text message and a html message
- Users only need to make an account on FaucetHub when they want to withdraw their balances off your sites, which depends on the type of faucet you run, e.g. a direct to microwallet claim (faucetbox script) or a separate accumulation of balance and then a single withdraw (FG, my other sites etc.)
 
It's important to note that this is really a non-issue, as once the user has an account on FaucetHub they can claim like normal, from ANY faucet/website

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November 20, 2016, 06:52:41 PM
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Okay, now.

I need you guys (FAUCET OWNERS) give me suggestions on what else you'd like to see on faucethub.

mexican, I remember another thing that can be implemented in FaucetHub. One faucetList, but with a "API" to we can create faucet rotators with the active faucets in the list (or rotator)...

"API" like this: https://static.faucetbox.com/scanthebox/BTC.js
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November 20, 2016, 06:56:14 PM
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Okay, now.

I need you guys (FAUCET OWNERS) give me suggestions on what else you'd like to see on faucethub.

mexican, I remember another thing that can be implemented in FaucetHub. One faucetList, but with a "API" to we can create faucet rotators with the active faucets in the list (or rotator)...

"API" like this: https://static.faucetbox.com/scanthebox/BTC.js
Can do Smiley

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November 20, 2016, 08:18:44 PM
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Great! i was worried now faucetbox is dead where i will go.
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November 21, 2016, 01:40:36 AM
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This should explain simply what happens in the event that a user makes a claim and they don't have an account
 
Faucet Users
- You do NOT get the coins in a "reserved" account, you will have to make an account and do the claim/withdraw again
- You get an error telling you to register and to claim again after you have done
 
 
Faucet Owners
- Coins stay in your balance and the API request is returned as a "failed payout" with status 456
- As long as your script is handling the API returns properly (200 is a successful payout, anything else is not, just like faucetbox) you won't have any problems dealing with the error message
- The PHP library I made has a return object added for this situation which provides both a text message and a html message
- Users only need to make an account on FaucetHub when they want to withdraw their balances off your sites, which depends on the type of faucet you run, e.g. a direct to microwallet claim (faucetbox script) or a separate accumulation of balance and then a single withdraw (FG, my other sites etc.)
 
It's important to note that this is really a non-issue, as once the user has an account on FaucetHub they can claim like normal, from ANY faucet/website

In other words, this is going to operate in a very similar fashion to the way that epay and xapo and paytoshi operate now. Simple process, and once you have connected/registered your account, you'll be good to go with any other faucet that operates the FaucetHub API/script. This won't eliminate the problem with bot accounts, but it will make it difficult for bot accounts to effectively milk a faucet dry.

I feel like the only people that will complain about this type of registration are those that have something to hide Huh I'm all about my privacy on the internet, and I have absolutely no problems with creating a new gmail account (if I don't want to use my personal email account) for the sole purpose of registering a faucethub account.

Good shit, mex; can't wait for the new system!

mikey, hope this answers your question!

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November 21, 2016, 03:25:59 AM
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This should explain simply what happens in the event that a user makes a claim and they don't have an account
 
Faucet Users
- You do NOT get the coins in a "reserved" account, you will have to make an account and do the claim/withdraw again
- You get an error telling you to register and to claim again after you have done
 
 
Faucet Owners
- Coins stay in your balance and the API request is returned as a "failed payout" with status 456
- As long as your script is handling the API returns properly (200 is a successful payout, anything else is not, just like faucetbox) you won't have any problems dealing with the error message
- The PHP library I made has a return object added for this situation which provides both a text message and a html message
- Users only need to make an account on FaucetHub when they want to withdraw their balances off your sites, which depends on the type of faucet you run, e.g. a direct to microwallet claim (faucetbox script) or a separate accumulation of balance and then a single withdraw (FG, my other sites etc.)
 
It's important to note that this is really a non-issue, as once the user has an account on FaucetHub they can claim like normal, from ANY faucet/website

In other words, this is going to operate in a very similar fashion to the way that epay and xapo and paytoshi operate now. Simple process, and once you have connected/registered your account, you'll be good to go with any other faucet that operates the FaucetHub API/script. This won't eliminate the problem with bot accounts, but it will make it difficult for bot accounts to effectively milk a faucet dry.

I feel like the only people that will complain about this type of registration are those that have something to hide Huh I'm all about my privacy on the internet, and I have absolutely no problems with creating a new gmail account (if I don't want to use my personal email account) for the sole purpose of registering a faucethub account.

Good shit, mex; can't wait for the new system!

mikey, hope this answers your question!

The unspoken truth is that publishers don't want to lose out on their sketchy users ip addresses. XD

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November 21, 2016, 09:08:39 AM
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On the internet we're all the same. Sex, religion, ethnicity and other individual characteristics don't matter.

Regarding not allowing certain countries not accessing an admin's site, it's totally his option.
We shouldn't judge their decisions, since they're paying for their service and we should respect them, no matter what.

However, I don't use any IP restrictions on my sites, since I find it a bit lame to group users/countries/individuals (except blondes with big b**bs.)
Awesome ! I will join to your sites in time and make claims. I really needed to know if you're using country filter. Thanks for the reply, for honesty and for not discriminating others.

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November 21, 2016, 04:38:30 PM
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Hey guys,

I need to take a break from coding.
I caught a cold and I had my wisdom tooth pulled out. It hurts like hell.

Need to recover fast, otherwise it will take longer to finish FH

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Hey guys,

I need to take a break from coding.
I caught a cold and I had my wisdom tooth pulled out. It hurts like hell.

Need to recover fast, otherwise it will take longer to finish FH
Oh! Okay.. I was unaware! Recover fast! Get well soon!

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Hey guys,

I need to take a break from coding.
I caught a cold and I had my wisdom tooth pulled out. It hurts like hell.

Need to recover fast, otherwise it will take longer to finish FH

Take your time bro. Good things come to those who wait.

I would rather have a short delay and have a dope finished product rather than a rushed launch with mistakes and errors all over the place.

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Hey guys,

I need to take a break from coding.
I caught a cold and I had my wisdom tooth pulled out. It hurts like hell.

Need to recover fast, otherwise it will take longer to finish FH

Take your time bro. Good things come to those who wait.

I would rather have a short delay and have a dope finished product rather than a rushed launch with mistakes and errors all over the place.
Indeed, just, it sucks it had to happen now, lol.

At least I can play poker on faucetgame now and chill for a bit Cheesy

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November 22, 2016, 05:07:49 AM
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Hey guys,

I need to take a break from coding.
I caught a cold and I had my wisdom tooth pulled out. It hurts like hell.

Need to recover fast, otherwise it will take longer to finish FH



mex i know how it feels when you get  the Wisdom Tooth Out Ive got
my own out last year it can  take days But Hope you get better soon

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Hey guys,

I need to take a break from coding.
I caught a cold and I had my wisdom tooth pulled out. It hurts like hell.

Need to recover fast, otherwise it will take longer to finish FH
Ginger tea or Echinacea tea with honey and lemon are the best for cold  Smiley just google it if you don't believe me.
And are natural , without chemical pills  Smiley

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