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March 21, 2018, 01:36:43 AM
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I ask advice from you guys because I acquired some coins in my coinpot wallet and still I claim from sources like Moondash, Moonlite, Moonbitcoin, Mooncash, Bitfun, Moondogecoin and etc.  Do you think it is advisable  to continue claiming from faucets.

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March 21, 2018, 02:27:13 AM
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I ask advice from you guys because I acquired some coins in my coinpot wallet and still I claim from sources like Moondash, Moonlite, Moonbitcoin, Mooncash, Bitfun, Moondogecoin and etc.  Do you think it is advisable  to continue claiming from faucets.

It's generally not advisable at all to use faucets.

It's simply not worth your time to claim them. The rewards are generally extremely low for the rewards and there may be faucets that actually mine with coinhive or other browser mining plugins in the background while you visit them.

Overall, it's not worth it at all. Ask anyone around here and they'll give you the same response.

Coinpot seems to be a legitimate microprocessor based on reviews, no guarantees they will continue to pay users out though.

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March 21, 2018, 03:00:13 AM
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I learned my lesson not to waste resources on building referrals for faucets. They're too volatile, they can stop paying at anytime it becomes unprofitable for them.
 I've spent a lot of hard work building referrals and making claims, but for the past month my Coinpot Dashboard doesn't load, nor does the BCH and Dash coin summary.
The rest load fine, and I'm still able to make claims on all faucets. I sent a polite email inquiry a few weeks ago. No response yet.

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March 21, 2018, 04:00:42 AM
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Is it ok to leave your coins on Coinpot? Sure. If you're using Coinpot then chances are you don't have much coins anyway, so losing your coins on coinpot doesn't seem to be a huge loss. But ofcourse, sending over your coins to your own personal wallet is still a lot safer.

Do I think it's advisable to use faucets? Definitely not. I'd honestly just work for McDonalds instead of using faucets, as you don't earn much with faucets anyway. I only used to do faucets in the past when I was no so I could try to send and receive bitcoin between wallets; but definitely not as a way of monetization.

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