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July 11, 2017, 02:38:54 PM
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So I've recently seen this post about ClaimWithMe. It says it's a faucet but it's not what I normally see, where you claim a certain amount of satoshis every set amount of time using captcha. This site seems to generate satoshis every minute(or seconds), it also has some sort of investment type function. What do call this faucets exactly? And are there any others? Because the minimum withdrawal of said site is ridiculous.
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July 11, 2017, 03:04:59 PM
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So I've recently seen this post about ClaimWithMe. It says it's a faucet but it's not what I normally see, where you claim a certain amount of satoshis every set amount of time using captcha. This site seems to generate satoshis every minute(or seconds), it also has some sort of investment type function. What do call this faucets exactly? And are there any others? Because the minimum withdrawal of said site is ridiculous.
Call it "Ponzi Faucet" because it's a ponzi site. Look at some faucets over the Forum, no faucet can give that crazy rewards, faucet are banned from google adsence, and even they can play with google adsence, mellowads,..., they still can not give that rewards, it's based on investments from users.
So when people deposit less money on that site, they won't have enough money to pay-> scam

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July 11, 2017, 03:28:28 PM
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Sometimes sites like that appear, but you won't be able to get much free money from them and they won't survive for much time. They can start giving you the chance to make free profit, but at some point they will cancel it or make your gameplay harder, like at ClaimWithMe.

Ponzies aren't alive to give free money, they want investors, that is what make their system works and pay, when the investors number decrease after some time, it's time to close the site and run away...

If you want free earnings better to check legit faucets, otherwise you will most probably waste your time for nothing...

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July 11, 2017, 03:33:26 PM
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Tbh, it's easier to waste time for nothing with legit faucets - just convert those satoshis to USD for example. I'm not defending CWM, but it's still possible to get hundred thousands of satoshi for free there. But yes, it will be too late soon, I afraid

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