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February 21, 2019, 04:42:18 PM
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I have two Faucets running and used Adbit.biz there as advertising Network. I put the Ad-Code on my Websites and it started to accumulate impressions. In the first week the rewards were very good, and all banners (2x 160x600 and one 780x90) were used. After one week the network bid for the 160x600 banners were finished and only one Banner was used and the earning decreased (normal, i did expect this). The min withdraw amount was set at this time (one month ago) at 50k satoshi with 25k fee. As I was at 48k satoshi  I looked where to withdraw but I didn't found a withdraw button. I contacted the Support first at this time, and they answered it was there. I looked again and it appeared. 2 days later I hit the 50k withdraw amount and I wanted to withdraw it to my BTC address...
But the withdraw button wasn't there anymore. I contacted the support again, and they said, it was a Bug and they will fix it soon. On the next day the Button was there again. But the withdraw amount was set at 100k sat and 10k fee. I was a bit upset but I accepted it, and continued waiting. A half week later i saw a message on the website, that withdraws are currently in maintenance. And yesterday they got out of maintenance, but now the min. withdraw amount is set at 500k sat and 50k fee.

For me it looks like they run out of funds and try to avoid paying out. So:
If you are looking for a Advertising network, please be careful with adbit.biz... I will continue waiting and update this Thread when I have News
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February 21, 2019, 09:21:23 PM
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This advertising network is used a lot, I also used it in my previous sites but now I think nobody is already working with them, use others that are more

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