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September 21, 2017, 10:06:02 AM


Thanks for posting! Looks interesting. Why my account wasn't chosen? Smiley


Just wait, they'll roll it out to you soon.


What are threads? And how many satoshis do you mine per day?


CPU threads for multicore processors.


So, it looks like it's not a cloud mining. They propose you to mine using your power. Am I right?


Correct, I'm guessing we're mining XMR which is then traded for BTC. Not sure if they set up their own pool or are using another.


I think you can mine several cents worth of BTC per day this way, but I may be wrong. It's interesting to see the actual data.


It really depends on what hardware you have. I'm using a 4-year-old i5 so I'm not getting much but if it's a relatively new and efficient processor you should make more.

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September 21, 2017, 10:19:59 AM

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I think you can mine several cents worth of BTC per day this way, but I may be wrong. It's interesting to see the actual data.
It really depends on what hardware you have. I'm using a 4-year-old i5 so I'm not getting much but if it's a relatively new and efficient processor you should make more.
I thing graphic card are best for mining.

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I think you can mine several cents worth of BTC per day this way, but I may be wrong. It's interesting to see the actual data.
It really depends on what hardware you have. I'm using a 4-year-old i5 so I'm not getting much but if it's a relatively new and efficient processor you should make more.
I thing graphic card are best for mining.

That depends on what you are mining, this is designed for CPU mining.

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September 21, 2017, 10:44:08 AM

Now while mining you do need to refresh your page when time out. Grin

Mining? Never heard of mining with freebitco.in in this long time I have been visiting them.

Perhaps you are using mining term wrongly.

It's because it is experimental and open only for some users. With freebitco.in you can now mine btc with your computer/device cpu. Hash rate is low of course (5 to 15 H/s personally), depending on the cpu you have.  It gives a few satoshis. And you can run it on several computers at the same time.

Wow. That is something. Is it the PoS just like burst mining?

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September 21, 2017, 10:53:36 AM

Now while mining you do need to refresh your page when time out. Grin

Mining? Never heard of mining with freebitco.in in this long time I have been visiting them.

Perhaps you are using mining term wrongly.

It's because it is experimental and open only for some users. With freebitco.in you can now mine btc with your computer/device cpu. Hash rate is low of course (5 to 15 H/s personally), depending on the cpu you have.  It gives a few satoshis. And you can run it on several computers at the same time.

Wow. That is something. Is it the PoS just like burst mining?
I'm not sure but I think they are using cpu with monero mining I seen it yesterday as I become curios about the news of piratebay and reading around
the forum someone shared that freebit also trying some experimental mining but I didn't tried it yet I got an old lappy so I don't want to ruin my system.

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September 21, 2017, 12:06:22 PM

Just tried it for testing on my mobile device...

6 to 7 H/s
6 Threads, 70% CPU usage

5000 Hashes solved but not a single Satoshi  Roll Eyes

Still a nice new Feature. Freebitco.in will always remain the best faucet for me!

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September 21, 2017, 12:09:53 PM

The new mining via browser feature is really great Smiley It's taking long to get some satoshis, but it's running in background Smiley I hope there will be more nice features in future for us. I love FreeBitcoin really and I'm using it every day

Do you plan to extend the statistics tab with mining stats?

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September 21, 2017, 12:22:34 PM

Just tried it for testing on my mobile device...

6 to 7 H/s
6 Threads, 70% CPU usage

5000 Hashes solved but not a single Satoshi  Roll Eyes

Still a nice new Feature. Freebitco.in will always remain the best faucet for me!

you probably need to visit the mining tab again to reflect your mining earnings, i tried to mine with my normal CPU and got less than 5000 hashes solved and shows 0 earnings but when i refreshed after 5 mins it shows i earned 2satoshis


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September 21, 2017, 12:48:20 PM

Just tried it for testing on my mobile device...

6 to 7 H/s
6 Threads, 70% CPU usage

5000 Hashes solved but not a single Satoshi  Roll Eyes

Still a nice new Feature. Freebitco.in will always remain the best faucet for me!

you probably need to visit the mining tab again to reflect your mining earnings, i tried to mine with my normal CPU and got less than 5000 hashes solved and shows 0 earnings but when i refreshed after 5 mins it shows i earned 2satoshis
How is this working because all members have no access to this section so its working by area or what can any one give update about this I am also interesting in this but not showing in my account

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September 21, 2017, 12:58:17 PM

Just tried it for testing on my mobile device...

6 to 7 H/s
6 Threads, 70% CPU usage

5000 Hashes solved but not a single Satoshi  Roll Eyes

Still a nice new Feature. Freebitco.in will always remain the best faucet for me!

you probably need to visit the mining tab again to reflect your mining earnings, i tried to mine with my normal CPU and got less than 5000 hashes solved and shows 0 earnings but when i refreshed after 5 mins it shows i earned 2satoshis
How is this working because all members have no access to this section so its working by area or what can any one give update about this I am also interesting in this but not showing in my account

@Snub: Thanks, but it's still 0 sats  Grin

@BitSat: The feature is still in testing - it's only available to a RANDOM amount of users. You will be added soon (:

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September 21, 2017, 12:59:05 PM

Just tried it for testing on my mobile device...

6 to 7 H/s
6 Threads, 70% CPU usage

5000 Hashes solved but not a single Satoshi  Roll Eyes

Still a nice new Feature. Freebitco.in will always remain the best faucet for me!

you probably need to visit the mining tab again to reflect your mining earnings, i tried to mine with my normal CPU and got less than 5000 hashes solved and shows 0 earnings but when i refreshed after 5 mins it shows i earned 2satoshis
How is this working because all members have no access to this section so its working by area or what can any one give update about this I am also interesting in this but not showing in my account

only few users i believe have the mining features enabled as of now

"Please note that this feature is currently experimental and is only available to a limited number of users. Once it is rolled out across the website, we shall be able to increase the mining rewards further."


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September 21, 2017, 01:47:09 PM

Hi
I wrote this post just to give my suggestion to freebitcoin owners( moderators)
What if the website has a forum on it ...In order to discuss multiple topics .
Do you support this idea
PS: I contacted the member "myfie" via PM but no answer
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Hi
I wrote this post just to give my suggestion to freebitcoin owners( moderators)
What if the website has a forum on it ...In order to discuss multiple topics .
Do you support this idea
PS: I contacted the member "myfie" via PM but no answer

It would be a great way to contact the staff directlly but far from that don't see another interest, to talk about Bitcoin we already have Bitcointalk

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Hi
I wrote this post just to give my suggestion to freebitcoin owners( moderators)
What if the website has a forum on it ...In order to discuss multiple topics .
Do you support this idea
PS: I contacted the member "myfie" via PM but no answer

It would be a great way to contact the staff directlly but far from that don't see another interest, to talk about Bitcoin we already have Bitcointalk
For us as users , it's enough to surf bitcointalk ( you're right)
But for freebitcoin owners , I think it would be some + to their 7 million users website
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September 21, 2017, 02:56:54 PM

I think wetsuit should also get on with disk space renting, make it easier for users to just open a browser tab and rent their hard drive space just like cpu mining. using maybe sia or storj, possible?

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September 21, 2017, 03:02:12 PM

Hi
I wrote this post just to give my suggestion to freebitcoin owners( moderators)
What if the website has a forum on it ...In order to discuss multiple topics .
Do you support this idea
PS: I contacted the member "myfie" via PM but no answer

not need if you asked me. why? because only few users now are using a faucet site even them as the top1 i think and what else to discuss? isn't this thread not enough for discussion about the site? if the forum you are asking is made, what topic do you expect those users to discuss about the site?

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is there any 2fa in your site? like google authenticator for a more secure account?
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is there any 2fa in your site? like google authenticator for a more secure account?
Yes there's 2fa on freebitco.in, just go to your profile and there you should see "2 FACTOR AUTH." you can use authy as well. Wink

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is there any 2fa in your site? like google authenticator for a more secure account?
Yes they have 2fa

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is there any 2fa in your site? like google authenticator for a more secure account?

Click the profile tab and scroll down to "2 Factor Auth." to enable it.

You also have to submit your number with this for backup purposes.

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