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October 11, 2017, 08:15:22 AM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley
really ? i never see a faucet with include mining web and also giving people with big reward  Undecided
can you tell me what faucet did you use ?

Moonbit.co.in and coinpot microwallet now propose browser mining as well, not for a big reward though, but idea is the same : a few satoshi/dogecoin/litoshi for your cpu power.

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October 11, 2017, 08:38:25 AM
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Mining gives very few santoshi for one hour. It is not for me at least.
Indeed this is like the one of mining effort, but in a small income. But I think if we collect in the long run will be quite able to add our bitcoin incomes from all other efforts made. there is nothing wrong to claiming it every hours I guess.

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October 11, 2017, 08:51:45 AM
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Mining isn't worth it unless you have free electricity for the devices you mine with.

the only thing mining brings me is a lot of noise.  Cheesy

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October 11, 2017, 09:44:26 AM
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Mining isn't worth it unless you have free electricity for the devices you mine with.

the only thing mining brings me is a lot of noise.  Cheesy

I don't want to run my PC for so long to get a few coins instead I will do a trading to earn those coins faster.
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October 11, 2017, 10:15:25 AM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley
Rewards were very low because many other miners are out there mining with big machines and actually your computer/laptop couldn't mine anything at current level of difficulty. I don't think idea of browser mining will be sustainable and will be a trend in future like you have speculated.  Grin

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October 11, 2017, 01:36:52 PM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley
Rewards were very low because many other miners are out there mining with big machines and actually your computer/laptop couldn't mine anything at current level of difficulty. I don't think idea of browser mining will be sustainable and will be a trend in future like you have speculated.  Grin
And even if it would be profitable, a JavaScript miner would not be as efficient as a normal software miner.

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October 11, 2017, 06:46:29 PM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley
really ? i never see a faucet with include mining web and also giving people with big reward  Undecided
can you tell me what faucet did you use ?

Moonbit.co.in and coinpot microwallet now propose browser mining as well, not for a big reward though, but idea is the same : a few satoshi/dogecoin/litoshi for your cpu power.

Besides moonbit.co.in, also faucethub offers this mining services and several other faucets (check the micro earning sections in the forum, you will find many new sites which offer browser mining). Rewards are not big though.

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October 12, 2017, 01:54:11 AM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley
really ? i never see a faucet with include mining web and also giving people with big reward  Undecided
can you tell me what faucet did you use ?

Moonbit.co.in and coinpot microwallet now propose browser mining as well, not for a big reward though, but idea is the same : a few satoshi/dogecoin/litoshi for your cpu power.

Besides moonbit.co.in, also faucethub offers this mining services and several other faucets (check the micro earning sections in the forum, you will find many new sites which offer browser mining). Rewards are not big though.

All these faucet earnings and browser mining are for the beginners and you should slowly learn other means to earn better either by joining any signature campaign or sell your services for bitcoins or by trading. I also initially started with the faucet but never spend more time on mining so far because in my country electricity charges are very high so it is not worth spending time on mining.

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October 12, 2017, 04:49:18 AM
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Hard Fork Policy Announcement

We've posted comments about how we plan to handle the upcoming Bitcoin Gold and Segwit 2x hard forks. You can find a hot link with this information on nearly every menu of the freebitco.in site.

Quote from: FreeBitco.in HARD FORK POLICY
Bitcoin has 2 hard forks planned in the near future - "Bitcoin Gold" and "Bitcoin Segwit 2x". As we have done with the "Bitcoin Cash" hard fork in the past, we shall support withdrawals of all hard fork coins as long as they are viable - ie. have wallet support, a working blockchain and straightforward redemption policies.

The "Bitcoin Gold" hard fork currently does not seem to be a viable fork - since they have not given any information about the fork on their website (btcgpu.org) and have no supported wallets yet. If there are no wallets that support it, we shall not be able to make "Bitcoin Gold" available for withdrawals. If however, there is wallet support for "Bitcoin Gold" before the hard fork date and the block number for the fork is announced in advance, we shall make it available for withdrawal.

We shall be supporting the "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" fork since it already has a working wallet and has announced the block number when the hard fork will happen. If a majority of miners switch to "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" and it has the chain with the most Proof-of-Work, we shall make it our primary coin and "Bitcoin Core" coins will be made available for withdrawal to your own wallets, otherwise "Bitcoin Core" shall remain our primary coin and "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" coins will be made available for withdrawal to your own wallets. In either case, users will receive coins in both the majority and minority chain equivalent to the balance that they had on the website prior to the hard fork.

We shall be pausing deposits and withdrawals temporarily before the "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" hard fork until a clear winner has emerged. Everything else on the website will function as usual. The fork is scheduled to happen at around the middle of November. We shall give advance notice of when deposits and withdrawals will be paused before the fork date.

Any questions? You know where to shout!

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October 12, 2017, 06:43:50 AM
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Hard Fork Policy Announcement

We've posted comments about how we plan to handle the upcoming Bitcoin Gold and Segwit 2x hard forks. You can find a hot link with this information on nearly every menu of the freebitco.in site.

Quote from: FreeBitco.in HARD FORK POLICY
Bitcoin has 2 hard forks planned in the near future - "Bitcoin Gold" and "Bitcoin Segwit 2x". As we have done with the "Bitcoin Cash" hard fork in the past, we shall support withdrawals of all hard fork coins as long as they are viable - ie. have wallet support, a working blockchain and straightforward redemption policies.

The "Bitcoin Gold" hard fork currently does not seem to be a viable fork - since they have not given any information about the fork on their website (btcgpu.org) and have no supported wallets yet. If there are no wallets that support it, we shall not be able to make "Bitcoin Gold" available for withdrawals. If however, there is wallet support for "Bitcoin Gold" before the hard fork date and the block number for the fork is announced in advance, we shall make it available for withdrawal.

We shall be supporting the "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" fork since it already has a working wallet and has announced the block number when the hard fork will happen. If a majority of miners switch to "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" and it has the chain with the most Proof-of-Work, we shall make it our primary coin and "Bitcoin Core" coins will be made available for withdrawal to your own wallets, otherwise "Bitcoin Core" shall remain our primary coin and "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" coins will be made available for withdrawal to your own wallets. In either case, users will receive coins in both the majority and minority chain equivalent to the balance that they had on the website prior to the hard fork.

We shall be pausing deposits and withdrawals temporarily before the "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" hard fork until a clear winner has emerged. Everything else on the website will function as usual. The fork is scheduled to happen at around the middle of November. We shall give advance notice of when deposits and withdrawals will be paused before the fork date.

Any questions? You know where to shout!

I like this open minded approach to this whole fork debacle. If you support the chain/coin that the community support the most and still make options available for the minority chain, people will respect your service. You should leave the choice to the majority of the customers or users that use a specific chain/fork. < Do not make the choice for them, like Xapo and other are doing, because this will anger a lot of users and they will stop using your service. >

Will you consider switching to Bitcoin Gold mining for browser mining, if all the tools are supplied by their developers? Or even one of the other Alt coins that are ASIC resistant? 

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October 12, 2017, 09:14:32 AM
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Hard Fork Policy Announcement

We've posted comments about how we plan to handle the upcoming Bitcoin Gold and Segwit 2x hard forks. You can find a hot link with this information on nearly every menu of the freebitco.in site.

Quote from: FreeBitco.in HARD FORK POLICY
Bitcoin has 2 hard forks planned in the near future - "Bitcoin Gold" and "Bitcoin Segwit 2x". As we have done with the "Bitcoin Cash" hard fork in the past, we shall support withdrawals of all hard fork coins as long as they are viable - ie. have wallet support, a working blockchain and straightforward redemption policies.

The "Bitcoin Gold" hard fork currently does not seem to be a viable fork - since they have not given any information about the fork on their website (btcgpu.org) and have no supported wallets yet. If there are no wallets that support it, we shall not be able to make "Bitcoin Gold" available for withdrawals. If however, there is wallet support for "Bitcoin Gold" before the hard fork date and the block number for the fork is announced in advance, we shall make it available for withdrawal.

We shall be supporting the "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" fork since it already has a working wallet and has announced the block number when the hard fork will happen. If a majority of miners switch to "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" and it has the chain with the most Proof-of-Work, we shall make it our primary coin and "Bitcoin Core" coins will be made available for withdrawal to your own wallets, otherwise "Bitcoin Core" shall remain our primary coin and "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" coins will be made available for withdrawal to your own wallets. In either case, users will receive coins in both the majority and minority chain equivalent to the balance that they had on the website prior to the hard fork.

We shall be pausing deposits and withdrawals temporarily before the "Bitcoin Segwit 2x" hard fork until a clear winner has emerged. Everything else on the website will function as usual. The fork is scheduled to happen at around the middle of November. We shall give advance notice of when deposits and withdrawals will be paused before the fork date.

Any questions? You know where to shout!

I had seen this and that's when I came to know the bcg and segwit2x fork would happen, this site truly stands out, that it gives users options before hand only, even last time when bcc was given it gave us a chance to convert it to btc, I do hope it continues to keep btc foremost as other alts don't last long, though they will keep both, I just hope users are smart to hold on to btc, also if possible could you specify say I put half a btc just prior to the fork and I get money equal to the bcg, can I reconvert it to btc and what interest would I get btc or bcg? I am sure many would like to know.

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October 12, 2017, 10:43:38 AM
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I had seen this and that's when I came to know the bcg and segwit2x fork would happen, this site truly stands out, that it gives users options before hand only, even last time when bcc was given it gave us a chance to convert it to btc, I do hope it continues to keep btc foremost as other alts don't last long, though they will keep both, I just hope users are smart to hold on to btc, also if possible could you specify say I put half a btc just prior to the fork and I get money equal to the bcg, can I reconvert it to btc and what interest would I get btc or bcg? I am sure many would like to know.

For bitcoin cash back in august, freebitco.in gave each user same amount of BCH as the BTC balance at the time of the fork. We then had the possibility to convert those BCH into BCT added to our balance.
I hope they'll do the same for the two upcoming forks (at least the segwit2x one that seems more viable), but i don't think they can now tell the conversion rate between the newly created bitcoin and the older one.

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October 12, 2017, 12:08:08 PM
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BTC prices went up and now lottery prices are one Santoshi each. Guys if you have old accumulated coins buy now lotteries to get more amount.
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October 12, 2017, 03:29:23 PM
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I had seen this and that's when I came to know the bcg and segwit2x fork would happen, this site truly stands out, that it gives users options before hand only, even last time when bcc was given it gave us a chance to convert it to btc, I do hope it continues to keep btc foremost as other alts don't last long, though they will keep both, I just hope users are smart to hold on to btc, also if possible could you specify say I put half a btc just prior to the fork and I get money equal to the bcg, can I reconvert it to btc and what interest would I get btc or bcg? I am sure many would like to know.

For bitcoin cash back in august, freebitco.in gave each user same amount of BCH as the BTC balance at the time of the fork. We then had the possibility to convert those BCH into BCT added to our balance.
I hope they'll do the same for the two upcoming forks (at least the segwit2x one that seems more viable), but i don't think they can now tell the conversion rate between the newly created bitcoin and the older one.

Not only that, they were very fast in allow users to cash in, I think it was in just two days after the fork. Some exchanges, like cryptonator, did the same as freebitco.in but a month after them. I also read people saying in forums that they had to withdraw their btc to hard wallets to be able to cash bitcoin cash because their exchanges wouldn’t support the fork. 

I trust them to act in such a professional way in the following forks.

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October 12, 2017, 04:57:48 PM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley
really ? i never see a faucet with include mining web and also giving people with big reward  Undecided
can you tell me what faucet did you use ?

Moonbit.co.in and coinpot microwallet now propose browser mining as well, not for a big reward though, but idea is the same : a few satoshi/dogecoin/litoshi for your cpu power.

Besides moonbit.co.in, also faucethub offers this mining services and several other faucets (check the micro earning sections in the forum, you will find many new sites which offer browser mining). Rewards are not big though.

All these faucet earnings and browser mining are for the beginners and you should slowly learn other means to earn better either by joining any signature campaign or sell your services for bitcoins or by trading. I also initially started with the faucet but never spend more time on mining so far because in my country electricity charges are very high so it is not worth spending time on mining.

I agree with you. Faucets are a good way to start and learn about bitcoins, but you can get higher rewards by joining signature or social media campaigns on this forum. Nevertheless the earnings on faucets are low, from time to time, I like doing this, it is a form of relaxation for me Smiley
 

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October 12, 2017, 05:00:09 PM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley

Mining still works, myfe confirmed it on another thread. You just have to go to:

https://mining.freebitco.in/mining.html?userid=XXXXXXX

but put your user ID number in place of the X's. Happy mining! Smiley

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October 12, 2017, 05:08:27 PM
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Ok, I am not the only one for which the mining option has disappeared. The idea is interesting, but the rewards were very low...
@wetsuit or myfe: will this feature come back or not ?
Anyway you have set a trend for this browser mining, because right now many other websites are offering this service  Smiley

Mining still works, myfe confirmed it on another thread. You just have to go to:

https://mining.freebitco.in/mining.html?userid=XXXXXXX

but put your user ID number in place of the X's. Happy mining! Smiley
That's​ right even the link is hidden in the front but it still works well .
I want to suggest something if freebitcoin stuff don't mind : why do not make other versions with languages that are most spoken ( Spanish , Portuguese, french ...ect )

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October 13, 2017, 01:11:09 AM
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On the browser mining has anybody ever gotten any more than 20 hashes per second?

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October 13, 2017, 01:21:34 AM
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On the browser mining has anybody ever gotten any more than 20 hashes per second?

Mine went up to 75 hashes per second but still, if you run for an hour you will not get even 100 Santoshi. My findings are not worth to run and make my PC slow while it is running so I stopped it after running a couple of times. Nowadays it is not worth mining bitcoins because of electricity charges so I'm not mining any coins.

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October 13, 2017, 01:34:02 AM
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On the browser mining has anybody ever gotten any more than 20 hashes per second?

Mine went up to 75 hashes per second but still, if you run for an hour you will not get even 100 Santoshi. My findings are not worth to run and make my PC slow while it is running so I stopped it after running a couple of times. Nowadays it is not worth mining bitcoins because of electricity charges so I'm not mining any coins.

For me, I run it at work on my work desktop. Free electricity (for me), and I still get some Satoshi! I run it with 4 threads at 80% and I'll get around 55H/s

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