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May 17, 2017, 04:31:55 AM
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Just a reminder...I still don't have my 1 BTC due to Wetsuit's lies.

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May 17, 2017, 04:32:27 AM
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That does make some sense, but how does FH afford to be an aggregator. If they have so many inputs coming in, and they just hold coins until users withdraw, the users may only have one input when they get their payment, but the total number of inputs has not gone down, it's just that FH has to pay for them all for first collecting all the dust transactions. Someone still has to pay it, how does FH afford it?
I don't think there are any dust transactions involved. All the dust moving from the faucets to faucethub is just book money. All the small transactions of one faucet are added up at the end of the day or week and then only one large transaction goes from the faucet to the hub.
Or as a prepaid model, the faucet owner pays into his hub account and all the dust collected is deducted from this balance.

Interesting. What's in it for the aggregator then? Are they taking a scrape of transactions as a fee? I don't see how they benefit. If they are taking a cut, doesn't that increase the cost to the faucet owner above what it would be if they were running the faucet themselves?
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May 17, 2017, 05:14:55 AM
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Just a reminder...I still don't have my 1 BTC due to Wetsuit's lies.

MD

From my understanding, you deposited money to test the bonus promotion. Then you proceeded to gamble it via the multiplier because you weren't expecting the way that the deposit was handled on the website. So let me ask you this; why didn't you just try to get a withdrawal at the time, before you lost it all gambling? I have seen wetsuit pay a user back 77BTC before because of a mistake (that the user made; not wetsuit). But that user never gambled the money away. You did.

Dude, just accept your loss and move on. No one's going to take your position on this one. If you wouldn't have gambled your deposit away, I could see getting behind you and getting your bitcoin back out. But simply put, you gambled it away. Nobody "made" you do that. You did it on your own.

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May 17, 2017, 07:25:20 AM
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Hi wetsuit,

I am sorry for this replay. I am sorry for creating those fake accounts and call your website scam.
I apologize for this. Just forget the matter please.




Sure, everyone believes these accounts are your "friends"



You main account which was used fairly was left intact. You even created all these accounts as referrals of a different account so that it couldn't be linked back to your main account.

Also all the accounts were accessed from devices having the exact same browser fingerprint which is highly unlikely if they were being accessed from different devices.


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May 17, 2017, 08:43:03 AM
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Hi wetsuit,

I am sorry for this replay. I am sorry for creating those fake accounts and call your website scam.
I apologize for this. Just forget the matter please.

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Not to sound like a dick, but you should be banned from using faucets altogether. You are scum. Seriously. You're trying to game the system?

@wetsuit, you're patient, man. If I were you, I would have just blacklisted his IP addresses from claiming altogether.

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May 17, 2017, 09:31:52 AM
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Hi wetsuit,

I am sorry for this replay. I am sorry for creating those fake accounts and call your website scam.
I apologize for this. Just forget the matter please.

Just out of curiousity: did you really think that's your ticket to wealthiness? I don't know how long you were milking this, but what did you earn? Almost a dollar maybe in 24 hours?

I have seen wetsuit pay a user back 77BTC before because of a mistake (that the user made; not wetsuit).

Just out of curiosity: what was that mistake?

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May 17, 2017, 09:41:38 AM
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Just a reminder...I still don't have my 1 BTC due to Wetsuit's lies.

MD

Wetsuit actually had given his explanation on this, I wonder though, if you missed his reply because you posted on too many threads demanding "reimbursement"

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 17, 2017, 10:46:50 PM
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Just a reminder...I still don't have my 1 BTC due to Wetsuit's lies.

MD

Yeah, Mindragon, let's talk about lies.

Here's your first PM to me stating that you lost 1 BTC and want it refunded: http://imgur.com/a/RDFfU

You claim you thought the Multiply BTC bonus was a bonus just for depositing BTC with FreeBitco.in...and that the bonus was yours to gamble with.

I replied quickly with a message empathizing with your misfortune and sharing that the terms and conditions of the offer are very clearly displayed immediately below the "Confirm" button and that we don't refund gambling losses (unless there were some system error). I also mentioned that wetsuit was out of town for a weeks so it would take some time to discuss it.

Then you return with a new explanation of why you accepted the offer, accusations that we've hassled you for gambling, and a proposal for why we should refund you your money: http://imgur.com/a/BniJX

You were on the path to earning back, working for that 1 BTC you lost. And then you started crying "SCAM!" and "LIES!" and trolling us and this thread. You burn bridges faster than wildfire.

Stop your nonsense here, move on.

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May 18, 2017, 11:43:51 PM
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Would be nice if you add on "Referrals" tab, where we see last activity of our referrals claims, the hour they made their last claim to check how active they are.

Would this be possible?

Up to $200 in BTCs every hour! 80% of my personal comission back to you every week!
More than 0.015 btc already paid back to referrals! https://freebitco.in/?r=1834314
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May 19, 2017, 07:08:08 AM
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I have seen wetsuit pay a user back 77BTC before because of a mistake (that the user made; not wetsuit).

Just out of curiosity: what was that mistake?

It was a transaction discrepancy after wetsuit updated his wallet version. The transaction was posted, but the BTC was actually never removed from his account, thus becoming an empty transaction. More information about that can be found on page 68 of this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=319540.msg14512524#msg14512524

Oh wow, I must apologize for what happened here. Seems like after we upgraded to bitcoin core 0.12, this transaction was created by the client but never broadcast to the network, so our wallet was showing this as sent and the money was removed by the wallet client but it was never actually sent.

Going through the email history, the user sent most emails directly rather than use the contact form. As a result of this his account details could not be viewed which happens when the contact form is used. A couple of emails were sent via the contact form but they were pretty unclear and the person handling support emails did reply back asking for more details and a detailed description of the problem, but no answer was received to these emails.

In any case, this was clearly our fault and a big one at that. I have re-sent the payment manually now (https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/f0976f0c1f1839bf89a8e20ec36cc1c9b21516d8d611cf33117e6c16bcafe6aa) and have also sent an additional 1 BTC to compensate for the inconvenience this has caused (https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/265113b993ab5c78c31a1f253db5b341c92a37f1624604cbd4769689cb8198d0).

Again, I am really sorry for what happened. Looking at the transactions in the wallet, only this one seems to have been affected in this way, maybe because the transaction was too big or some other reason. Also I have now added an additional step of all payment transactions being validated by a third party block-explorer after they are sent so that this kind of problem never recurs again.

it happen to me once with 55k satoshi , with an "unknown transaction" , not too long ago, i even post here in the fórum , but one or two days later they paid me . That site is very trustworthy . If your transaction is real they'll pay it

Based on the information in the video, this happened last month in early March. And if the accuser is posting about it now, then it (a) did not get resolved, or (b) did get resolved and the accuser is making false accusations. Either way, I would love to see what wetsuit has to say in response.

If my money will come on the wallet, 77 BTC I personally apologize to the entire internet! I will say the kindest words about the site! But until now, the transaction is not known. Support does not answer me. I do not deny that they do not pay! I'm talking about the payment that has not passed

--------- Sending message --------
From: "FreeBitco.in" <noreply@freebitco.in>
To: ratier.2010@mail.ru
Date: Thursday, March 3, 2016, 1:18 GMT + 03: 00
Subject: Payment from FreeBitco.in

This email was sent to ratier.2010@mail.ru because you have registered an account at FreeBitco.in. To unsubscribe from future payment notification emails, please opt-out here.


We have just sent a payment of 77.48351549 BTC to your bitcoin address 1GvuZBGWuakhXAQypqGydGDchRnjR9Y2id.

To view the transaction, go to http://btc.blockr.io/tx/info/b4d5566c818150f4500f607df86050ec9cff49f3a9e5548d566d8b790fcddda1

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May 19, 2017, 08:15:47 PM
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Hi wetsuit,

I am sorry for this replay. I am sorry for creating those fake accounts and call your website scam.
I apologize for this. Just forget the matter please.




Sure, everyone believes these accounts are your "friends"



You main account which was used fairly was left intact. You even created all these accounts as referrals of a different account so that it couldn't be linked back to your main account.

Also all the accounts were accessed from devices having the exact same browser fingerprint which is highly unlikely if they were being accessed from different devices.

Your account should be red tagged because you tried to cheat and than you lied about it.
If i were owner i would block your main account as well.

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May 19, 2017, 08:44:04 PM
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Would be nice if you add on "Referrals" tab, where we see last activity of our referrals claims, the hour they made their last claim to check how active they are.

Would this be possible?

MrCash, this tab exists! See the "Refer" tab. We have some of what you're looking for there. We don't report on claims by hour, but I believe weekly is the interval for "Recent" and then we track lifetime referral commissions earned. The "Recent" activity gives you a pretty good idea of who's playing regularly, you can see the commissions earned from each referral and use the free roll payout to do the math if you want to know how many rolls a referral is hitting each week.

You can also track your referrals by tag group. Where you aware that you can add tags to your referral URL? This allows you to track how many bites you get on your URL link as well as how many convert to actual members.

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May 19, 2017, 10:23:35 PM
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We're approaching a HUGE Rewards Points bonus weekend >>>>> 3x Rewards Points starts tonight!

For the entire weekend, we'll pay you 6 Rewards Points for a free roll, 3 Rewards Points for a multiply roll, and 3 Rewards Points for a referral roll!

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May 20, 2017, 04:56:58 AM
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Two weeks ago i've posted a question and still i am waiting for an answer:

A friend of mine has tried to register at freebitco.in.
But always unsuccessfully in his words.
He said, that he was getting always an error code "e8".
What does it mean ?

Thanks for your "care" guys at freebitco.....
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May 20, 2017, 06:16:45 AM
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Two weeks ago i've posted a question and still i am waiting for an answer:

A friend of mine has tried to register at freebitco.in.
But always unsuccessfully in his words.
He said, that he was getting always an error code "e8".
What does it mean ?

Thanks for your "care" guys at freebitco.....

they need to enable javascript.

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May 20, 2017, 06:29:58 AM
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Two weeks ago i've posted a question and still i am waiting for an answer:

A friend of mine has tried to register at freebitco.in.
But always unsuccessfully in his words.
He said, that he was getting always an error code "e8".
What does it mean ?

Thanks for your "care" guys at freebitco.....

There is no problem while registration at freebitco.in. I think the problem is on your friends device. Your friend maybe using an old browser or unsupported browser (Uc mini/Opera mini or something like that) while he is trying to register at freebitco.in
Tell him to use well developed browser for registration(like Chrome browser).

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May 20, 2017, 06:33:29 PM
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Hello all! Made an account just to post in this thread. I discovered FreeBTC last week and I've been totally into it.

It's very interesting to read the earliest messages in this thread - how far FreeBTC has come.

Anyway, I put in 0.5LTC as a deposit and proceeded to lose it all over 7 days. No worries, I know the house always wins, and it was great entertainment (I swear there's an anti-8888 script in there somewhere, lol! jk) Now time to somehow work my balance out of the wager requirements Tongue

For the creators, thanks for being active in this forum. Are there any fun facts you have about the site? Like biggest win / biggest loss on a single bet? Or how much was the free faucet giving out in the early days for < 9885? Or how often does someone hit 8888? Those would be fun to know.

Take care!
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May 20, 2017, 07:17:05 PM
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I would like to hear how is freebitco.in going to grow. Some new features in next updates in future? Something like micro wallet, payouts to other micro wallets, betting on matches or politic things? I would love these.
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May 20, 2017, 07:21:51 PM
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Hello all! Made an account just to post in this thread. I discovered FreeBTC last week and I've been totally into it.

It's very interesting to read the earliest messages in this thread - how far FreeBTC has come.

Anyway, I put in 0.5LTC as a deposit and proceeded to lose it all over 7 days. No worries, I know the house always wins, and it was great entertainment (I swear there's an anti-8888 script in there somewhere, lol! jk) Now time to somehow work my balance out of the wager requirements Tongue

For the creators, thanks for being active in this forum. Are there any fun facts you have about the site? Like biggest win / biggest loss on a single bet? Or how much was the free faucet giving out in the early days for < 9885? Or how often does someone hit 8888? Those would be fun to know.

Take care!

Hello and it's very nice to hear you join this forum because freebitco. Are you new to cryptoworld too? If you are, then I am even more glad because it means freebitco has successfully achieve one of it's role as a faucet, that is to introduce and pull people.toward crypto! Don't stop there, explore this forum because you can learn so much more about cryptosystem here.

If you're not new and in fact had been aware of this thread for quite some time and just decided to make an account now, I will still say welcome and congratulation because now that you have an account, you cam interact more with people here.

About the amount you deposited, do you mean BTC? Because there were no option to bet on LTC on freebitco and freedoge.

And about the prize for < 9885 on the early days, I think (means I can be wrong) it is quite the same amount of USD you got now, as freebitco actually uses USD as their basis calculation. That is, 20$ for 10,000, 2$ for 9999-9998, and so on. That is why the prize keep decreasing and increasing as the rate of BTC goes up and down. Thus, the amount you got are actually the same, if you see them from USD side.

So, if you want to know how much was it on (let's say) march 2016, take a look at btc-usd price during that period, then convert 2$ or 20$ with that rate.

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May 20, 2017, 08:32:48 PM
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Hello and it's very nice to hear you join this forum because freebitco. Are you new to cryptoworld too? If you are, then I am even more glad because it means freebitco has successfully achieve one of it's role as a faucet, that is to introduce and pull people.toward crypto! Don't stop there, explore this forum because you can learn so much more about cryptosystem here.

Hello there, darkness!

I am not new to crypto. I did purchase BTC (it's in cold storage) back in 2013, and then I forgot about crypto for awhile. It was more a buy-and-hold thing, not worrying if the price goes up or down.

Only recently have I become really involved in it. I purchased some LTC for fun on the day it was released on CoinBase. I used 0.5 of that as a deposit into freebitco using their coin-changing site. (0.5 LTC turned into 0.007 BTC). Then put the rest of the LTC into cold storage.

I first heard of BTC when it was worth pennies - maybe 2011 or before -  because I browsed tech blogs at the time, and people were talking about this new 'digital currency' and I thought it was incredibly silly but awesome at the same time. I wanted to buy some for fun, but back then I was afraid of keeping them secure - didn't know about cold storage back then. I also thought it wouldn't be successful. No regrets! Never too late to invest.

Thanks for the advice of cross-referencing the date based pricing. Should've thought of that!
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