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August 14, 2014, 12:25:08 PM
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I am certainly intrigued but you seemed to have pulled down the link. Have you found 3 people already?
The info was removed because we have no time to answer 100 emails per day about this especially because nothing will change for the users.

Anyone who is interested to get a copy of the source code and run a similar service should send an email containing the following infos:
- your Bitcointalk profile URL
- URLs of the Bitcoin websites you own (if any)
- how much you are willing to pay for the source code between 0-4 BTC

You will get the source code, a link on the Microwallet.org to your service and support in the Microfaucet script.

About 3 people will be chosen.

Okay, this option actually looks very positive for the microwallet faucet supporters then
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August 14, 2014, 12:40:52 PM
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I am certainly intrigued but you seemed to have pulled down the link. Have you found 3 people already?
The info was removed because we have no time to answer 100 emails per day about this especially because nothing will change for the users.

Anyone who is interested to get a copy of the source code and run a similar service should send an email containing the following infos:
- your Bitcointalk profile URL
- URLs of the Bitcoin websites you own (if any)
- how much you are willing to pay for the source code between 0-4 BTC

You will get the source code, a link on the Microwallet.org to your service and support in the Microfaucet script.

About 3 people will be chosen.
I've made an offer, good luck to everyone.

I've made an offer too... It's good to see "old" bitcoiner interested in this project Smiley

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August 14, 2014, 01:06:59 PM
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Bitcoin price went down right after Microwallet announce that they are closing down. Coincidence? I think not xD


 
 
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August 14, 2014, 04:44:32 PM
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Bitcoin price went down right after Microwallet announce that they are closing down. Coincidence? I think not xD
But right now Land of Bitcoin is also down I am trying for last 1 hour but its not working for me

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August 14, 2014, 04:57:00 PM
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Bitcoin price went down right after Microwallet announce that they are closing down. Coincidence? I think not xD
But right now Land of Bitcoin is also down I am trying for last 1 hour but its not working for me

Working perfectly fine for me :/
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August 14, 2014, 05:11:12 PM
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Bitcoin price went down right after Microwallet announce that they are closing down. Coincidence? I think not xD
But right now Land of Bitcoin is also down I am trying for last 1 hour but its not working for me

Working perfectly fine for me :/
After checking your post I open this again now its working but satoshis are not coming in my account just a message wait a bit is coming

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August 14, 2014, 07:03:34 PM
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Because we have no more free time to run this free service.

Because we don't sell the domain and the user database. But the alternative services will be linked on the Microwallet site.

We plan to sell 3 copies because three services are better than one. And then link all the three on the Microwallet site and support all of them in the Microfaucet script.

First idea was open sourcing it, but there are 2 problems with the open source code:
- too many similiar sevices bad for the users (hard to reach the withdrawal limit), 2-3 is enough
- does not filter out the scammers

If you know a better method which will lead to 3 similar, reliable services and can filter out scammers you can tell it.

I know my question seemed quite offensive, but that was not really intended. I think such a crucial service like microwallet.org announcing to shut down without any previous clarification of what's going to come is quite ... uncool.

Anyway, thanks for answering some questions here and your quite reasoned plan. If I'd 4 bitcoins, I'd jump in. Do you provide technical support?
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August 14, 2014, 07:25:30 PM
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Because we have no more free time to run this free service.

Because we don't sell the domain and the user database. But the alternative services will be linked on the Microwallet site.

We plan to sell 3 copies because three services are better than one. And then link all the three on the Microwallet site and support all of them in the Microfaucet script.

First idea was open sourcing it, but there are 2 problems with the open source code:
- too many similiar sevices bad for the users (hard to reach the withdrawal limit), 2-3 is enough
- does not filter out the scammers

If you know a better method which will lead to 3 similar, reliable services and can filter out scammers you can tell it.

I know my question seemed quite offensive, but that was not really intended. I think such a crucial service like microwallet.org announcing to shut down without any previous clarification of what's going to come is quite ... uncool.

Anyway, thanks for answering some questions here and your quite reasoned plan. If I'd 4 bitcoins, I'd jump in. Do you provide technical support?

Perhaps not exactly uncool, but disappointing.


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August 14, 2014, 07:50:30 PM
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I think such a crucial service like microwallet.org announcing to shut down without any previous clarification of what's going to come is quite ... uncool.
This is why a single site is wrong idea. There should be at least a few alternatives.

Anyway, thanks for answering some questions here and your quite reasoned plan. If I'd 4 bitcoins, I'd jump in. Do you provide technical support?
It's not 4 BTC, the details will be on the site tomorrow.
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August 14, 2014, 07:53:31 PM
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4. Microwallet site will be closed after most faucets switched.
I haven't seen any mention of what happens to user balances. Do users need to lower their withdrawal amount to get paid before microwallet shuts down, or will everybody automatically get paid their balance?
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August 14, 2014, 08:01:10 PM
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I think such a crucial service like microwallet.org announcing to shut down without any previous clarification of what's going to come is quite ... uncool.
This is why a single site is wrong idea. There should be at least a few alternatives.

Anyway, thanks for answering some questions here and your quite reasoned plan. If I'd 4 bitcoins, I'd jump in. Do you provide technical support?
It's not 4 BTC, the details will be on the site tomorrow.

What do you think about requiring whoever runs the service to do it on a domain that is not privately registered? Public registration so that people can see who is holding their BTC?

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August 14, 2014, 08:04:23 PM
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I haven't seen any mention of what happens to user balances. Do users need to lower their withdrawal amount to get paid before microwallet shuts down, or will everybody automatically get paid their balance?
Automatic if you have more than 5825 satoshi. If you have less than that you will able to withdraw manually to a new service for at least 2 months.
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August 14, 2014, 08:05:27 PM
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Oh,microwallet.org is closing?  Undecided
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August 14, 2014, 08:08:39 PM
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Oh,microwallet.org is closing?  Undecided

Sometime in September, but read the thread they are attempting to transfer the service to 2-3 other parties to continue it.

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August 14, 2014, 08:10:25 PM
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I think such a crucial service like microwallet.org announcing to shut down without any previous clarification of what's going to come is quite ... uncool.
This is why a single site is wrong idea. There should be at least a few alternatives.

Anyway, thanks for answering some questions here and your quite reasoned plan. If I'd 4 bitcoins, I'd jump in. Do you provide technical support?
It's not 4 BTC, the details will be on the site tomorrow.

What do you think about requiring whoever runs the service to do it on a domain that is not privately registered? Public registration so that people can see who is holding their BTC?
What do you mean?
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August 14, 2014, 08:12:06 PM
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What do you think about requiring whoever runs the service to do it on a domain that is not privately registered? Public registration so that people can see who is holding their BTC?
It's not a wallet it's a cache site. Users can't store bitcoins more than a few cents because withdrawals are automatic.

If there are more services as a faucet owner you can choose the most trusted one.

Or ask blockchain.info or any trusted wallet service to provide a API which can be used to send even 1 satoshi.
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August 14, 2014, 08:17:15 PM
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Hi Land Of Bitcoin. A partner of mine just informed me of this thread. I would like to make an offer but first I have some questions. I will private message you.
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August 14, 2014, 08:18:23 PM
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I just sent a email.I hope for the best.  Grin
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August 14, 2014, 09:24:33 PM
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Bitcoin price went down right after Microwallet announce that they are closing down. Coincidence? I think not xD

Haha, it was on a "down stream" before that, I don't think that a micropayment cache could make the BTC value go down, this is not Mt Gox.

4. Microwallet site will be closed after most faucets switched.
I haven't seen any mention of what happens to user balances. Do users need to lower their withdrawal amount to get paid before microwallet shuts down, or will everybody automatically get paid their balance?

I'm also interested in know that, just in case I will stay away from microwallet for while (I lowered the withdrawal amount and I switched to BitChest and CoinBox faucets, but there are only a few ones, microwallet had more acceptance between faucet owners)
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August 15, 2014, 12:00:12 AM
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Bitcoin price went down right after Microwallet announce that they are closing down. Coincidence? I think not xD

Haha, it was on a "down stream" before that, I don't think that a micropayment cache could make the BTC value go down, this is not Mt Gox.

4. Microwallet site will be closed after most faucets switched.
I haven't seen any mention of what happens to user balances. Do users need to lower their withdrawal amount to get paid before microwallet shuts down, or will everybody automatically get paid their balance?

I'm also interested in know that, just in case I will stay away from microwallet for while (I lowered the withdrawal amount and I switched to BitChest and CoinBox faucets, but there are only a few ones, microwallet had more acceptance between faucet owners)

I mentioned this, that people would start to avoid microwallet..

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