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June 17, 2011, 09:28:24 AM
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I know It's not really my place to be complaining but as you know the bitcoin faucet (http://freebitcoins.appspot.com/) has been down for quite a while due to them not having any coins because potentially somebody is abusing the system. Anyway I have tried to use the new bitcoin street faucet, (http://faucet.bitcoin.st/) but I have had many problems Sad. At first it was a firewall problem (port 8333 being closed) now it's this! every time i put in a valid address and cellphone number it says:
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All I want to do is try out this exciting new currency then donate it back to the faucet when I'm done. Could anyone help me with this or give me a reason for it giving me an error, or possibly loan me 0.01 bitcoins?
I don't mean to seem entitled at all, I'm just curious to try put this new system and if I like invest in some bitcoins. So, please let me know if they're any other bitcoin faucets out there that I could try. Any help much appreciated Smiley.
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June 17, 2011, 09:31:04 AM
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Start mining in a pool.  In no time flat you'll have your bit penny.  There isn't much you can learn by somebody just handing you a bitcent.

But if you want one to play with.. sure, post an address.. I'll pony up.

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June 17, 2011, 09:31:56 AM
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Do you get the message at your cell phone ?
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June 17, 2011, 09:48:33 AM
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Start mining in a pool.  In no time flat you'll have your bit penny.  There isn't much you can learn by somebody just handing you a bitcent.

But if you want one to play with.. sure, post an address.. I'll pony up.
thank you so much. I hate to beg but I'll return it as soon a I can once i'm all setup with GUIminer. my address is: 1FtBbeJ2tJGN8UtSER3dcduWudho7q4tGj
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June 17, 2011, 09:50:53 AM
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Do you get the message at your cell phone ?
nope Sad I didn't even get past the first form.
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June 17, 2011, 10:00:42 AM
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Start mining in a pool.  In no time flat you'll have your bit penny.  There isn't much you can learn by somebody just handing you a bitcent.

But if you want one to play with.. sure, post an address.. I'll pony up.
thank you so much. I hate to beg but I'll return it as soon a I can once i'm all setup with GUIminer. my address is: 1FtBbeJ2tJGN8UtSER3dcduWudho7q4tGj

Sent you a bitnick, don't worry about repayment, I won some on Bitcoin-Kamikaze Smiley

http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=36037

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June 17, 2011, 10:08:24 AM
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Start mining in a pool.  In no time flat you'll have your bit penny.  There isn't much you can learn by somebody just handing you a bitcent.

But if you want one to play with.. sure, post an address.. I'll pony up.
thank you so much. I hate to beg but I'll return it as soon a I can once i'm all setup with GUIminer. my address is: 1FtBbeJ2tJGN8UtSER3dcduWudho7q4tGj

Sent you a bitnick, don't worry about repayment, I won some on Bitcoin-Kamikaze Smiley

http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=36037
Thank you very much! I'll do my best to support the bit coin community and donate to the faucets If I ever have any bitcoins to give Smiley
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June 17, 2011, 11:35:03 AM
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lol I love the name, but what's a bitnick? 1mBTC?
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June 17, 2011, 11:54:32 AM
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lol I love the name, but what's a bitnick? 1mBTC?
It equals .05 bitcoins hence bit nick[el].
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June 17, 2011, 01:09:20 PM
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lol I love the name, but what's a bitnick? 1mBTC?
It equals .05 bitcoins hence bit nick[el].

oic, thanks for that. Although didn't someone say something somewhere about trying to keep names unique to bitcoin? to keep it international etc.
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June 17, 2011, 01:38:27 PM
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damm that site is out of funds already had 2bc when i first looked and 0  less than 5 mins later
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June 17, 2011, 07:05:42 PM
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lol I love the name, but what's a bitnick? 1mBTC?
It equals .05 bitcoins hence bit nick[el].

oic, thanks for that. Although didn't someone say something somewhere about trying to keep names unique to bitcoin? to keep it international etc.

5 centibits?

Wouldn't mBTC denote .001?

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June 17, 2011, 07:16:31 PM
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lol I love the name, but what's a bitnick?

It's a Bitcoin that wears beat up jeans and a t-shirt and hangs out on the corner. It tends to smell a bit funny too  Grin

Tips for new box to: 16s14wcsNo5TcdsGLttL7B1XWiCv8E4L6A
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June 17, 2011, 09:05:43 PM
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5 centibits?

Wouldn't mBTC denote .001?

I believe you are correct. A bitnick would be 5cBits or 50 mbits

I'm so very glad that bitcoin didn't start off using "credits" or "creds". That would have been very lame.
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June 18, 2011, 06:51:17 AM
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Start mining in a pool.  In no time flat you'll have your bit penny.  There isn't much you can learn by somebody just handing you a bitcent.

But if you want one to play with.. sure, post an address.. I'll pony up.
thank you so much. I hate to beg but I'll return it as soon a I can once i'm all setup with GUIminer. my address is: 1FtBbeJ2tJGN8UtSER3dcduWudho7q4tGj

Sent you a bitnick, don't worry about repayment, I won some on Bitcoin-Kamikaze Smiley

http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=36037
Thanks for getting me started man! I've spent .04 of my bitcoins on a bitcoin blackjack site (http://btcjack.1btchost.com/) and have stopped at .2 bitcoins. Thanks for helping me when the faucets were down Smiley.
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