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November 03, 2014, 09:09:17 PM
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Has anyone received a payment from MW?
I have already 900000 on my account.


i have more then 0.05 BTC, nothing received yet for more then 2 weeks
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November 03, 2014, 10:21:42 PM
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Hello everybody!

MW hasn't paid indeed, I hope they do soon.

Meanwhile I've decided to make a simple PHP microfaucet script that doesn't need a wallet service around the blockchain.info API.

Something like that should be freely available.

You just build up a user balance in the database like you do with referral claims.

At 5500+ payout follows just like Bitcoin-Cloud.eu does.  

Sure it's not convenient for users who want to collect little payments from many faucets at once.

Advantage however is that you keep the balance of users who never reach payment level.

The other group of users is coming back to your site anyway.

Moonbitoin used to work with MW and now keep their own balance.



 
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November 03, 2014, 10:43:44 PM
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Hello everybody!

MW hasn't paid indeed, I hope they do soon.

Meanwhile I've decided to make a simple PHP microfaucet script that doesn't need a wallet service around the blockchain.info API.

Something like that should be freely available.

You just build up a user balance in the database like you do with referral claims.

At 5500+ payout follows just like Bitcoin-Cloud.eu does.  

Sure it's not convenient for users who want to collect little payments from many faucets at once.

Advantage however is that you keep the balance of users who never reach payment level.

The other group of users is coming back to your site anyway.

Moonbitoin used to work with MW and now keep their own balance.
Perfectly legal and functional. But I tend to like a network more. It's more user oriented, as you said, and usually has more visibility and therefore more traffic. Not everyone can be like Zebra o Moon (chapeau baztardo!). Wink
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November 03, 2014, 11:00:49 PM
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Only just learned about https://faucetbox.com as an alternative.

I have to day their site looks quite professional.

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November 03, 2014, 11:37:51 PM
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Only just learned about https://faucetbox.com as an alternative.

I have to day their site looks quite professional.



I agree, and they have microwallet migrate option. However I have heard about some fees involved? Anyways, if microwallet shuts down, I will migrate there.
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November 04, 2014, 07:41:08 AM
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Hai, any one know that will the microwallet clear the pending payments??

Please respond to this question @@MicroWallet, Microwallet people has to clear this one, as every one is eagerly waiting for the answer....so please respond
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November 04, 2014, 07:59:05 AM
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Hi there,

due to the ongoing problems and the uncertainty with MW we tested http://faucetbox.com yesterday. We migrated an MW faucet (see http://silkroad.mezzacoins.com Project) (just a testing site) with their automatic migration script and it worked really fine. We deposited Bitcoins (needs 4 confirmation but unlimited deposit amount) and already made the first payouts. It is definitely easy to migrate from MW faucets.

So we tested a few more things with planned sites and contacted faucetbox.com. The support of the guys is great, they have analysed our code, made suggestions what to do etc.

The fees are 5% of deposits which seems fair and professional to me.

A weakness is - right now - that only a few users (appr. 700 today) are using this new service. But networks need some to be built but the more faucets are changing the more users are coming. In short faucetbox.com seems to be good alternative to MW.

Hope this litte experience report helps,

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November 04, 2014, 08:43:33 AM
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I think the fees of 5% at FaucetBOX.com are to high over Life-Time.
For my site Rtube.de its not the perfect way to switch to FaucetBox yet.

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November 04, 2014, 09:07:57 AM
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I think the fees of 5% at FaucetBOX.com are to high over Life-Time.
For my site Rtube.de its not the perfect way to switch to FaucetBox yet.

i agree.I would like to migrate to faucetbox. but 5% fee are to high over.

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November 04, 2014, 09:08:04 AM
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I think the fees of 5% at FaucetBOX.com are to high over Life-Time.
For my site Rtube.de its not the perfect way to switch to FaucetBox yet.

For me it would be paying 0.15BTC fee every month to them.Its cheaper to develop my own API.

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November 04, 2014, 09:25:14 AM
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I think the fees of 5% at FaucetBOX.com are to high over Life-Time.
For my site Rtube.de its not the perfect way to switch to FaucetBox yet.


so what happen to microwallet, no response from MW??
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November 04, 2014, 09:36:50 AM
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The half of them would be fair.
I think if he reduce his fees, FaucetBox would be an option for me.

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November 04, 2014, 09:38:36 AM
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Since the last DDoS attack the faucet balance on my website shows N/A. I have tried to change the API but that didn't work. Anyone have the same problem as me?
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November 04, 2014, 09:47:41 AM
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If FaucetBox changes the fees to 2% i would change to them with my 3 sites, after my
Balance on MW is empty. If they can deliver a good service and stable payouts i wont
do my own Payout System, because i think a Cache with much Faucets is better!

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November 04, 2014, 09:48:24 AM
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Maybe best idea would be to have a faucet that collects all the amount inside itself (including referrals). And at any time the visitor could decide if he wants get paid by MicroWallet, FaucetBOX or any other service that will appear.

Benefits of this:
- One more step for the users if they want to be paid every time. (50% more ad impressions)
- The visitor have a choice
- less dusty transactions than direct payment (having 5k~50k sattoshi transactions are really painful when you need to spend)
- the referring user will need to enter the website from time to time to get his btc back (ok, this may not be benefit for him)
- no prob. if one or all the wallet services are not working at the moment.
- no prob. if you temporary don't have the needed amount in the wallet service.

The bad side
- the website owners need to keep positive balance in 2 (or more systems)


Since the last DDoS attack the faucet balance on my website shows N/A. I have tried to change the API but that didn't work. Anyone have the same problem as me?

Have you tried this:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=348060.msg9423766#msg9423766

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November 04, 2014, 10:05:54 AM
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Maybe best idea would be to have a faucet that collects all the amount inside itself (including referrals). And at any time the visitor could decide if he wants get paid by MicroWallet, FaucetBOX or any other service that will appear.


The biggest problem is:
Each user must then collect on each site his Satoshi. He need a big time for a payout.
I believe, that is not a big motivation to visit our sites.

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November 04, 2014, 10:17:13 AM
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Since the last DDoS attack the faucet balance on my website shows N/A. I have tried to change the API but that didn't work. Anyone have the same problem as me?

Have you tried this:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=348060.msg9423766#msg9423766
Yes, I have tried it yet. Still the same problem.
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November 04, 2014, 10:22:14 AM
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For the guys complaining about the 5% faucetbox fee - do your own maths! If you'd have to process payouts by yourself, then either you wouldn't be able to pay out as often (to keep lower tx fees) or tx fees would be greater than those 5% you deposited...
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November 04, 2014, 10:24:54 AM
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Maybe best idea would be to have a faucet that collects all the amount inside itself (including referrals). And at any time the visitor could decide if he wants get paid by MicroWallet, FaucetBOX or any other service that will appear.


The biggest problem is:
Each user must then collect on each site his Satoshi. He need a big time for a payout.
I believe, that is not a big motivation to visit our sites.

You don't understand what I said. I mean. Instead of directly sending his Satoshi to microwallet (or any other system) to give him an option to choose. And if he don't choose then the Satoshi will stay for later. So there will not be a "minimum amount".

So if you get visitor that uses microwallet only, you will not loose him by adding FaucetBOX (or any other system).




Does your faucet work. (only balance issue or the faucet does not work too?)
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November 04, 2014, 10:30:02 AM
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Does your faucet work. (only balance issue or the faucet does not work too?)
The faucet works. I have only a balance issue since the last attack.
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