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October 12, 2017, 11:59:20 PM
Last edit: October 13, 2017, 12:25:24 AM by error08
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It's also not profitable to do faucets, but people tend to spend their day doing captchas for cents - even if it's not worth the eletricity. This kind of web mining is just an extra "income" for those that just want a few satoshis just by letting their PC idling without having to do any investment or hard work. There's a user base for everything.

For newbies, yes they may give it a shot but as Op said only valid until 10/17/2017, then it will be fine.
Browser mining or faucets aren't worth for us (at least), but some newbies will always intrigue to do it for a while until they figure it out, that it's wasting time. Same thing goes on browser mining, ads will give more money for the owners if accidentally clicked by participants.
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October 13, 2017, 08:34:56 PM
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Wow!
Who tried this service?
How much can earn with this type of mining..
I never tried mining from browser..
Anyone got payments? Please let me know..
Have you experience this thing on piratebay or freebitco.in? but talking into this one its not a different story and just like on most people are saying here this thing wont really be profitable no matter how powerful your CPU is you would just really waste up your time and also you cant make use of your pc since it would eat up 90+ % on workload and people wont really tend to waste up their time on this one and just earning some small satoshis.



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October 14, 2017, 12:31:39 AM
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Well it's a good idea, are you guys mining XMR with Coinhive just like freebitco.in?

Using this with a micropayments processor definitely makes sense imo. But i think that instead of using faucethub, perhaps try coinbase/xapo? They actually have more uses in terms of where you can spend it off-chain, without fees.

This shouldn't be something that can be relied on as an income, just for fun.

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