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May 08, 2017, 10:57:51 AM
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We had exchanged a few PMs and it's been a while since then. I thought I'd drop a message here, since you were worrying about FH being "new" and might have "security" issues when it first launched. It's been over 5 months since then, and we've taken over the faucet scene.

More than 60% of faucet industry coins are going through faucethub, and it can be seen on the stats page.
You remember that I offered you a direct withdraw option from faucethub to your site. That was the reason I approached today.

I'm not sure if your "community manager" consulted you before posting what he posted, but I find this very unprofessional and disappointing.

Anyway, forget I even asked you (wetsuit) to add FH as a withdraw option.

Wish you good luck with your business.

-mex

I apologise for Myfe, he wasn't aware about our past conversations. However, a lot of consecutive posts about FH in a short span of time would appear suspicious to someone who hasn't been around in this forum for a long time and I feel he was just trying to defend the thread against what he considered to be spam. I would have preferred if you would have contacted me directly instead of asking your users to post here.

I do not consider FH to be a competitor, it is just a different service from FreeBitco.in. I went through the slow payments that FreeBitco.in has made in the last 7 days and even with the current network load, we are paying 0.75% of the total transaction amount in network fees. The amount is even lower for instant payments. We have made 106.69799206 BTC in slow payments over the last 7 days and paid 0.79255268 BTC in fees. I have been working on consolidating inputs to further bring down the fees to about 0.3% or even lower. As you can see using FH would increase my transaction costs by a significant amount (0.8 BTC/week even without the optimizations and the current high network fees which is approx. $5,000 extra per month). This is of course assuming that everyone on FreeBitco.in chooses to use FH for their auto-withdraws. Then there will be additional fees with having to top up my FH account as well.

Costs aside, if enough active users request adding FH as a payment option, I would consider it but I have gone through the emails and to date we have only received 2 such requests via the contact form.

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May 08, 2017, 02:03:30 PM
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Wetsuit - How about returning my 1 Bitcoin that I deposited with you?

How about responding to ANY of my requests.
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May 08, 2017, 02:09:24 PM
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btw, I'm not responsible for other users' comments in here. It's their own view and the way they've been expressing themselves so far.
I stand behind what I say, not what the other users say.

No need to apologize, nothing wrong in protecting your own interests, it's a business after all, we're in the same game.

Got all your points in your response.

Peace  Smiley

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May 08, 2017, 02:10:53 PM
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Wetsuit - How about returning my 1 Bitcoin that I deposited with you?

How about responding to ANY of my requests.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=320959.msg18925165#msg18925165

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May 08, 2017, 04:50:18 PM
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Hi, I found something interesting regarding the roll calculation.

The text on FreeBitcoin says
4. This decimal is then divided by 429496.7295 and rounded off to the nearest whole number.

The text on FreeDogecoin says
4. This decimal is then divided by 429496.7295 and rounded up to the nearest whole number.

Why is there a difference?
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May 09, 2017, 02:54:27 AM
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We had exchanged a few PMs and it's been a while since then. I thought I'd drop a message here, since you were worrying about FH being "new" and might have "security" issues when it first launched. It's been over 5 months since then, and we've taken over the faucet scene.

More than 60% of faucet industry coins are going through faucethub, and it can be seen on the stats page.
You remember that I offered you a direct withdraw option from faucethub to your site. That was the reason I approached today.

I'm not sure if your "community manager" consulted you before posting what he posted, but I find this very unprofessional and disappointing.

Anyway, forget I even asked you (wetsuit) to add FH as a withdraw option.

Wish you good luck with your business.

-mex

What's the benefit to FH for faucet users? I must be missing something. Since wetsuit's site lets you defer payment until you want to withdraw, you can already minimize your inputs by making fewer withdrawals, and the balance earns interest in top of it. What does FH do that is an improvement upon this (for someone unfamiliar like me)?
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May 09, 2017, 11:06:17 AM
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Hi, I found something interesting regarding the roll calculation.

The text on FreeBitcoin says
4. This decimal is then divided by 429496.7295 and rounded off to the nearest whole number.

The text on FreeDogecoin says
4. This decimal is then divided by 429496.7295 and rounded up to the nearest whole number.

Why is there a difference?


It should both say rounded off. Thanks for spotting it, I shall have it fixed soon. Send me your FreeBitco.in id (or FreeDoge.co.in) for a reward for spotting it.

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May 09, 2017, 06:02:17 PM
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Maybe it would be possible to lower withdraw treshold on Dogecoin faucet? Dogecoin price increased few times and now we getting much less Dogecoins from faucet. Users need to made around 500 claims to get payout. I think it can be to hard for many users. Maybe 200 or 300 Dogecoin treshold would be optimal?




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May 09, 2017, 07:38:27 PM
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Maybe it would be possible to lower withdraw treshold on Dogecoin faucet? Dogecoin price increased few times and now we getting much less Dogecoins from faucet. Users need to made around 500 claims to get payout. I think it can be to hard for many users. Maybe 200 or 300 Dogecoin treshold would be optimal?

This is a great suggestion, thank you for sharing it! I'll be sure it gets discussed with wetsuit and we'll let you know if any changes are agreed upon.

Thanks for your continued loyalty, all of you - we appreciate it!

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May 09, 2017, 08:25:59 PM
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Wetsuit - How about returning my 1 Bitcoin that I deposited with you?

How about responding to ANY of my requests.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=320959.msg18925165#msg18925165

I'm just posting the dialogue here so we don't have to go to another page to read it:

Friends, big news related to the Multiply BTC bonus...we'll now pay you a 1:1 matching bonus up to a 5 BTC deposit!

Just go to the Multiple BTC menu to check out the details. Please read the terms and conditions - clearly listed on the page!

We're so much more than a faucet...and I think most of you are starting to realize that. Refer your friends and we'll pay you handsomely!

Friends, big news! FreeBitCo.IN is a scam! They will steal your bitcoins and ignore you!



May be people will believe some of your saying because you have a green trust with you but at least you should give us some proof to make sure that they scam you. Could you give something that make us believe that freebitco.in is a scam site? We are not saying about their lottery thing first because no one ever know how this thing is calculated and choose the winner. About their deposit and withdraw too, there is perfect without delay. I do not understand how can you said this without giving the proof


Here is my Bitcoin Transaction:

https://blockchain.info/tx-index/3a71bd7436225734e410bbf0bc52c7d4514af5a34a3b681095c9e5f7e9a8f222

Now ... ask Myfe why my Bitcoin is not in my account earning interest. I discovered an issue and reported it and got shafted.

In short his Multiply BTC pop up is designed to steal bitcoins. I clicked on it and closed the pop up and discovered that the coins disappeared from the "online wallet" and into Multiply BTC which is NOT what I wanted.

He refuses to do anything other than ignore me. I wanted to invest in the 4% that stupid scam of Multiply BTC. Here's the scam:

The 'bonus' locks you into a requirement where you have to gamble 80 TIMES the amount given before they pay out. With a house edge of 5%, it is MATHEMATICALLY IMPOSSIBLE to win. I never wanted to play that. I wanted to deposit into the 4% for a test.

Well his system is designed to SCREW PEOPLE out of their invested bitcoin. AVOID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You read and accepted the terms of the MULTIPLY BTC bonus and after claiming it you chose to play with the bonus instead of not playing and contacting us for a refund. If you would have contacted us for a refund BEFORE playing and losing your bonus account balance, we would have refunded you. However, after playing and losing the bonus, you make a stink about how we are supposedly unfair and want a refund?

The terms of the bonus and the wager requirements are pretty clear. Even after you claim a bonus, you can clearly see your bonus account balance and the wager requirements that you need to complete. If the bonus is so unfair etc. etc., why did you play it? I can understand claiming it by mistake (even though that is quite difficult with having to accept the terms, requires atleast 3 clicks), did you also wager by mistake? I am sure you wouldn't be feeling that the bonus is unfair if you had won.

You played and you lost, it is as simple as that. If you would have won, we would have paid you all your winnings so if you lose you cannot expect us to give you a refund.
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May 09, 2017, 08:37:01 PM
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We had exchanged a few PMs and it's been a while since then. I thought I'd drop a message here, since you were worrying about FH being "new" and might have "security" issues when it first launched. It's been over 5 months since then, and we've taken over the faucet scene.

More than 60% of faucet industry coins are going through faucethub, and it can be seen on the stats page.
You remember that I offered you a direct withdraw option from faucethub to your site. That was the reason I approached today.

I'm not sure if your "community manager" consulted you before posting what he posted, but I find this very unprofessional and disappointing.

Anyway, forget I even asked you (wetsuit) to add FH as a withdraw option.

Wish you good luck with your business.

-mex

What's the benefit to FH for faucet users? I must be missing something. Since wetsuit's site lets you defer payment until you want to withdraw, you can already minimize your inputs by making fewer withdrawals, and the balance earns interest in top of it. What does FH do that is an improvement upon this (for someone unfamiliar like me)?

I agree with your reasoning of the deferred payments, but as a FH user, I'll give you my input. There are many sites/faucets that allow for an earnings balance to be held in-game until you're ready to cashout. Even then, it's hard to save up any kind of considerable amount that makes it worthy enough to initiate a transaction to your address/wallet without incurring fees for when you are ready to SPEND those btc that you've earned.

I like FH because it's an aggregator/consolidator for many of the faucets and sites that I visit. I can easily save up to my personal threshold of 0.01BTC before requesting one withdrawal, vs. the dozens and dozens of other withdrawals I would have had to request to total the same amount.

"But, Joe, what does it matter? I don't mind paying the fees when I make a withdrawal from these faucets."

The problem is when you try to SPEND those earnings. Your transaction size will become huge from the dusty inputs. At an average of 200sat/B, you're looking at a very healthy fee to be able to send an aggregated 0.01BTC that came from dozens, if not hundreds, of sources. I guess what I'm trying to say is that FaucetHUB is a great buffer between all of the web's more popular faucets and your wallet. It acts as a sort of "payment gateway" or mixer, in a sense.

Does this answer your question? I could go on and on, but for the sake of keeping it simple, I'm going to stop it here lol

And @wetsuit, I wouldn't mind having FaucetHUB as an option for withdrawal on your sites. BTC and DOGE Smiley Consider this another vote/request for FH to be implemented into your site. And I'm willing to bet that mex would work out a custom fee/cost structure for you, given your volume as the largest bitcoin faucet at the moment.

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May 09, 2017, 09:25:00 PM
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More than 60% of faucet industry coins are going through faucethub, and it can be seen on the stats page.
-mex

sorry, just being nosy!
i'm curious about where you got this "More than 60%" figure from?

looking at the faucethub stats page at https://faucethub.io/stats it currently says that 7.83072086 btc was paid out to faucet users over the last 14 days.

comparing this against some non-faucethub faucets...

1) moonbit.co.in alone pays out on average around 3 btc per week (proof: see their twitter feed https://twitter.com/moon_bitcoin) plus whatever they pay directly via xapo
2) freebitco.in - difficult to tell from their stats but it must be significantly more than moonbit.co.in - i'd guess at least double?
3) faucets that pay through xapo
4) faucets that pay through epay
5) etc

remember that a lot of the "big" faucets don't use micro-transaction providers (faucethub/epay etc)

bearing all that in mind, i'd be surprised if actually more than 20% of the faucet industry coins are going through faucethub.
i'm not trying to diss faucethub, its a great service - certainly makes running a smaller or new faucet a lot easier.
but there are good reasons why, once a faucet grows big enough they will use their own, in house "dust gathering" system
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More than 60% of faucet industry coins are going through faucethub, and it can be seen on the stats page.
-mex

sorry, just being nosy!
i'm curious about where you got this "More than 60%" figure from?

looking at the faucethub stats page at https://faucethub.io/stats it currently says that 7.83072086 btc was paid out to faucet users over the last 14 days.

comparing this against some non-faucethub faucets...

1) moonbit.co.in alone pays out on average around 3 btc per week (proof: see their twitter feed https://twitter.com/moon_bitcoin) plus whatever they pay directly via xapo
2) freebitco.in - difficult to tell from their stats but it must be significantly more than moonbit.co.in - i'd guess at least double?
3) faucets that pay through xapo
4) faucets that pay through epay
5) etc

remember that a lot of the "big" faucets don't use micro-transaction providers (faucethub/epay etc)

bearing all that in mind, i'd be surprised if actually more than 20% of the faucet industry coins are going through faucethub.
i'm not trying to diss faucethub, its a great service - certainly makes running a smaller or new faucet a lot easier.
but there are good reasons why, once a faucet grows big enough they will use their own, in house "dust gathering" system
You're correct, I was actually writing in hurry without thinking what I was saying.

I was comparing faucethub to epay, that's it. My bad. Smiley

(Was referring to microwallet faucet scene)

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May 10, 2017, 04:18:53 AM
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We're approaching another BIG Rewards Points bonus week >>>>> 2x Rewards Points starts tonight!

Starting at 12:00 UTC on Wednesday, we'll pay you 4 Rewards Points for a free roll, 2 Rewards Points for a multiply roll, and 2 Rewards Points for a referral roll!

Follow us on Twitter to get more announcements of great promotions > https://twitter.com/freebitco

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Hi Myfe! Im new to the site, been here 5 days and loving it, I have a lot of free time when im not on class so I click at least 13 or 14 times a day! Really eager to use the 100 RP Bonus, My girlfriend is a referral of mine, I was wondering if she can roll from her phone when she isnt with her PC, like its the 1 IP restriction in the case of multiple account under one router like a family house? Other than that can she log from her phone or another PC and roll? Hope you can clear that to me, so I can insist her on rolling even more time haha. Greetings!! Cheesy
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May 10, 2017, 08:55:42 AM
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More than 60% of faucet industry coins are going through faucethub, and it can be seen on the stats page.
-mex

sorry, just being nosy!
i'm curious about where you got this "More than 60%" figure from?

looking at the faucethub stats page at https://faucethub.io/stats it currently says that 7.83072086 btc was paid out to faucet users over the last 14 days.

comparing this against some non-faucethub faucets...

1) moonbit.co.in alone pays out on average around 3 btc per week (proof: see their twitter feed https://twitter.com/moon_bitcoin) plus whatever they pay directly via xapo
2) freebitco.in - difficult to tell from their stats but it must be significantly more than moonbit.co.in - i'd guess at least double?
3) faucets that pay through xapo
4) faucets that pay through epay
5) etc

remember that a lot of the "big" faucets don't use micro-transaction providers (faucethub/epay etc)

bearing all that in mind, i'd be surprised if actually more than 20% of the faucet industry coins are going through faucethub.
i'm not trying to diss faucethub, its a great service - certainly makes running a smaller or new faucet a lot easier.
but there are good reasons why, once a faucet grows big enough they will use their own, in house "dust gathering" system
You're correct, I was actually writing in hurry without thinking what I was saying.

I was comparing faucethub to epay, that's it. My bad. Smiley

(Was referring to microwallet faucet scene)

no problems Smiley

ok that makes more sense now - although I wonder how faucethub and epay compare to xapo too as thats very popular?

anyway, back on thread - personally i'm very happy with the way freebito.in handles withdrawals. theres already plenty of flexibility in when/how much you withdrawal (and consequently how much fee). i can understand why they might be reluctant to use a 3rd party system (such as faucethub) with the extra work, costs that it incurs.
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May 11, 2017, 03:50:39 AM
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Pablog, welcome to FreeBitco.in and the Bitcointalk Forum!

Thanks for your activity and loyalty and for referring your lady!

Any user can roll (free or multiply) from any device that connect to the internet. We do track the IP address used for each roll, that's the best way for us to track the time between rolls. So, if you and your girlfriend are using the same wifi connection only one of you will be able to get in a free roll each hour.

To get around this one of you can use the local (house or business) wifi while the other uses the satellite wifi available from your phone service provider.

Does this answer your questions?

Good luck to you!

Hi Myfe! Im new to the site, been here 5 days and loving it, I have a lot of free time when im not on class so I click at least 13 or 14 times a day! Really eager to use the 100 RP Bonus, My girlfriend is a referral of mine, I was wondering if she can roll from her phone when she isnt with her PC, like its the 1 IP restriction in the case of multiple account under one router like a family house? Other than that can she log from her phone or another PC and roll? Hope you can clear that to me, so I can insist her on rolling even more time haha. Greetings!! Cheesy

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May 11, 2017, 04:42:26 AM
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Pablog, welcome to FreeBitco.in and the Bitcointalk Forum!

Thanks for your activity and loyalty and for referring your lady!

Any user can roll (free or multiply) from any device that connect to the internet. We do track the IP address used for each roll, that's the best way for us to track the time between rolls. So, if you and your girlfriend are using the same wifi connection only one of you will be able to get in a free roll each hour.

To get around this one of you can use the local (house or business) wifi while the other uses the satellite wifi available from your phone service provider.

Does this answer your questions?

Good luck to you!

Hi Myfe! Im new to the site, been here 5 days and loving it, I have a lot of free time when im not on class so I click at least 13 or 14 times a day! Really eager to use the 100 RP Bonus, My girlfriend is a referral of mine, I was wondering if she can roll from her phone when she isnt with her PC, like its the 1 IP restriction in the case of multiple account under one router like a family house? Other than that can she log from her phone or another PC and roll? Hope you can clear that to me, so I can insist her on rolling even more time haha. Greetings!! Cheesy

Isn't there a simpler way to let them claim? I thought frebitco and freedoge allows you to claim from a same IP address if you kinda "rregister" your IP by asking an sms verification (charges paid by the requester)

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May 11, 2017, 05:59:55 AM
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I've got an odd question, could lottery tickets technically fall under 1 satoshi if bitcoin goes high enough? I've been watching it fall from 6 -> 5 -> 4.

What would happen then?

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May 11, 2017, 06:56:24 AM
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Pablog, welcome to FreeBitco.in and the Bitcointalk Forum!

Thanks for your activity and loyalty and for referring your lady!

Any user can roll (free or multiply) from any device that connect to the internet. We do track the IP address used for each roll, that's the best way for us to track the time between rolls. So, if you and your girlfriend are using the same wifi connection only one of you will be able to get in a free roll each hour.

To get around this one of you can use the local (house or business) wifi while the other uses the satellite wifi available from your phone service provider.

Does this answer your questions?

Good luck to you!

Hi Myfe! Im new to the site, been here 5 days and loving it, I have a lot of free time when im not on class so I click at least 13 or 14 times a day! Really eager to use the 100 RP Bonus, My girlfriend is a referral of mine, I was wondering if she can roll from her phone when she isnt with her PC, like its the 1 IP restriction in the case of multiple account under one router like a family house? Other than that can she log from her phone or another PC and roll? Hope you can clear that to me, so I can insist her on rolling even more time haha. Greetings!! Cheesy

Isn't there a simpler way to let them claim? I thought frebitco and freedoge allows you to claim from a same IP address if you kinda "rregister" your IP by asking an sms verification (charges paid by the requester)

That is correct, both need to verify their phone numbers via SMS to claim from the same IP.

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