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August 26, 2011, 06:14:18 AM
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Just an update,

The first 24 hours of beta testing went extremely well, only minor bug fixes were needed.  I anticipate keeping the website up for a few more days before taking it down for major back-end changes.  It should be up within 24 hours of being down.

Anyways, thanks to all the beta testers that helped out already, look forward to seeing you again.

PS.  The Logs have been wiped, all participants can once again submit BTC requests for the next 24 hours of testing.


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August 26, 2011, 11:11:34 AM
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Why does the "by" in "Bit by Bit" link to the page it is on? Also the "me" in "Contact Me" and the "drawing" in "Lottery Drawing"

edit: Also cool idea, especially since I used my ip address to send bitcoins into the void using bitcoin faucet the first time.
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August 30, 2011, 06:52:31 PM
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BitbyBit is still off.

Listen Radio Libre (Electronica) Donate. (click for details).

Chilean peso VS BTC ahora: http://irage.ca/2btc.php?a=1&c=CLP&r=1

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August 30, 2011, 06:57:58 PM
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Hello,  I'm a computer engineering major at Texas A&M university and as a part of my studies I have started a website which will give new users some free BTC to get going.  My site is very similar to the Bitcoin Faucet website established some time ago, but there are several key differences.

  • Bit by Bit can be used to receive .001 BTC for free
  • Bit by Bit can be used daily, meaning you can get up to .007 free BTC a week
  • Bit by Bit also features a Lottery Drawing once a week which offers the chance to win .25 to 1 BTC.  The more people supporting the site the higher the Prize is.

I am currently attempting to stress test the site, so please tell anyone and everyone you can to try it out.

For more information please check out the site Bit by Bit

Any ETA on getting back up?
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September 08, 2011, 01:10:52 AM
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JAJAJAJA

BitbyBit never came back.

Listen Radio Libre (Electronica) Donate. (click for details).

Chilean peso VS BTC ahora: http://irage.ca/2btc.php?a=1&c=CLP&r=1

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