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August 13, 2012, 11:30:23 PM
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Payments are currently on hold for pending balances under 200 points. (This is calculated per login, not per pay-to address.
So does it mean that i never get my 97 Points with 0.109BTC
to 1MdnetjkbpZueR7aWhRERJQ46L3JK6kXN5 (blueshoe)
Would it make sense if I work another 3 points?
What happens now with the 0.109BTC? Who gets them?
So much does a cigarette for me. If someone wants to have a cigarette?
I give away. maybe someone can buy them to eat for a day.
How long you have to work for a cigarette?
What now? who gets the 0.109BTC?

To answer your question, $0.109 stays in your account until you reach over 200 point!
Once you reach 200 payout will be slighly higher and will be to your address that you provide on website!

As of matter, I got paid twice totalling: 0.35720124BTC in space 7 day between! It work!
Since there a limit of amount of works, it best checking website daily to check!



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September 11, 2012, 07:21:42 PM
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200 points is extremely excessive. That would take hours to achieve, NOT “minutes” like the misleading thread title claims.
Before coinworker required logins, I did many tasks and earned quite a bit. Why should I suddenly be penalized for being a loyal user?

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September 22, 2012, 12:55:43 AM
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Can you please pay out my address though? 1 cent/task is the max right now, and that's not gonna happen.

Send me a DM with your CoinWorker login name (it doesn't seem to be 'nimda') and I'll see what I can do, if you're close to the threshold. I'll also be lowering the threshold soon, probably to 100 points, if that will help.

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Hey ya'll, just can me a newb! I am at 400 plus points and have been for over 3 days I believe. I was wondering when I might start seeing this BTC start coming through. It says my actions are still pending. Please help me Warge! Thanks!

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September 22, 2012, 01:02:04 PM
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Are you sure the bug is fixed? (Sorry, this is my first time on coinworker).
I've had over 200 points for 16 minutes now, but no payout. How long should I wait?

http://imgur.com/gEmjM.png

Sorry, there was a different backlog problem. Thanks for bringing it to my attention, payments are now caught up.

Note, though, that even when everything is working smoothly, eligible balances are paid about twice an hour, and there are a few other minor normal lags. So it could be up to 40 minutes after you hit the threshold that your payment transaction goes out. I've improved the wording on the profile page to better explain this.

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Also, feature request, can tasks be removed from the wall after "You have completed all of the work that you can for this task."?

That would be helpful. However, the listing of tasks comes from the task back-end (CrowdFlower), so a request for improvements there should go through the 'Help' -> 'Get Support' area available from the top-right "Help' button when working on a task. (I'm guessing that the per-task remaining eligibility and overall task-lists must come from different systems for CrowdFlower, or they would have fixed this already to save contributors time.)

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I am over 400 points and still have not been paid yet. HELP!!!! triplecjewelry
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September 22, 2012, 07:37:32 PM
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Is this site really trustworthy?  Huh

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September 22, 2012, 07:40:41 PM
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Is this site really trustworthy?  Huh

Yes it is, I have earned approx. 0.6 BTC from them.

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September 22, 2012, 07:44:02 PM
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Is this site really trustworthy?  Huh

Yes it is, I have earned approx. 0.6 BTC from them.
Thanks, I think I'm gonna try it!

Would you mind to tell how much time it took to earn 0.6 BTC from them?
Thanks again!

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September 22, 2012, 07:47:28 PM
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Is this site really trustworthy?  Huh

Yes it is, I have earned approx. 0.6 BTC from them.
Thanks, I think I'm gonna try it!

Would you mind to tell how much time it took to earn 0.6 BTC from them?
Thanks again!

It takes a while, depends how much hours you put into it. But, it also depends on what tasks they have up and how long it takes to finish the tasks.

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September 22, 2012, 07:50:06 PM
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Is this site really trustworthy?  Huh

Yes it is, I have earned approx. 0.6 BTC from them.
Thanks, I think I'm gonna try it!

Would you mind to tell how much time it took to earn 0.6 BTC from them?
Thanks again!

It takes a while, depends how much hours you put into it. But, it also depends on what tasks they have up and how long it takes to finish the tasks.
OK, I'm gonna try and see what comes up! Thank you. =)

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September 22, 2012, 10:55:21 PM
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I am over 400 points and still have not been paid yet. HELP!!!! triplecjewelry


I'm very sorry: some code that was designed to protect against surprise/nonsense exchange rate data backfired when the rate really did get over $12/BTC.

The bug has been corrected and catchup payments sent.

Thanks for your patience and let me know if there are any other questions or concerns.

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September 23, 2012, 03:34:11 AM
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Can you please pay out my address though? 1 cent/task is the max right now, and that's not gonna happen.

Send me a DM with your CoinWorker login name (it doesn't seem to be 'nimda') and I'll see what I can do, if you're close to the threshold. I'll also be lowering the threshold soon, probably to 100 points, if that will help.

{Warge


Hey ya'll, just can me a newb! I am at 400 plus points and have been for over 3 days I believe. I was wondering when I might start seeing this BTC start coming through. It says my actions are still pending. Please help me Warge! Thanks!

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September 26, 2012, 01:40:28 PM
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I have a problem, I registered on CoinWorker four days ago and checked the tasks about 25 times a day, but every time I check there is only one task in the list which is for Japan (I live nowhere near Japan).

Here is a screenshot:

http://i.imgur.com/TxHQ9.png?1
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September 27, 2012, 12:13:12 AM
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I have a problem, I registered on CoinWorker four days ago and checked the tasks about 25 times a day, but every time I check there is only one task in the list which is for Japan (I live nowhere near Japan).

Sorry about that. I believe the tasks back-end is using IP address to control task availability.

Is there a chance your internet-provider routes things through Japan? (For example, what does an online service like http://www.maxmind.com/app/locate_my_ip report as your approximate location using IP to guess?)

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September 27, 2012, 03:22:54 PM
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I have a problem, I registered on CoinWorker four days ago and checked the tasks about 25 times a day, but every time I check there is only one task in the list which is for Japan (I live nowhere near Japan).

Sorry about that. I believe the tasks back-end is using IP address to control task availability.

Is there a chance your internet-provider routes things through Japan? (For example, what does an online service like http://www.maxmind.com/app/locate_my_ip report as your approximate location using IP to guess?)

{Warge

Your right it's working fine now that I am using a VPN, thanks for the advice.
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September 28, 2012, 10:34:55 AM
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This is ridiculous, I can no longer do the categorize business ones because I entered http://www.bankofamerica.com instead of https://www.bankofamerica.com, even though I copied and pasted the search result.

This combined with he find address on the map ones that have the location in the middle of the ocean are really frustrating.

How can I get a  second chance to do these?

http://i.imgur.com/NQlVb.gif?1
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October 04, 2012, 12:11:23 AM
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This is ridiculous, I can no longer do the categorize business ones because I entered http://www.bankofamerica.com instead of https://www.bankofamerica.com, even though I copied and pasted the search result.

This combined with he find address on the map ones that have the location in the middle of the ocean are really frustrating.

How can I get a  second chance to do these?

From your screenshot, it seems you reported it through the proper CrowdFlower channels. My impression is that tasks and task-training sometimes have glitches that get worked out over time, with enough reports.

Just keep checking back for when similar and possibly improved tasks appear.

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October 06, 2012, 01:17:04 AM
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I registered for CoinWorker two days ago with the impression that I'd be able to earn some money doing human intelligence tasks (in a similar spirit to Amazon's Mechanical Turk). While the website did leave said impression, there's still some things that I thought would be nice to discuss regarding the website:

  • Organization:
The tasks page performs as intended, but is nevertheless a list of somewhat disparate tasks (among the ever-so-common "Search Google and answer questions about the search results" tasks). Would be nice if they were categorized by locale, language, and job type just to name a few.

  • Availability:
For me, availability in CoinWorker lends itself to many different ideas. One, the set of tasks to choose from is somewhat limited to the torrent of "Search Google and answer questions about the search results" tasks and Japanese/Korean tasks. It would be nice to have more creative, engaging, and higher-paying tasks than the ones provided at this very moment (e.g. "Write Short Answers to Questions").

What availability can also mean is the amount of available tasks of a certain category (represented by the x available text in the red square beside every task listing). Many times during my short stay at CoinWorker have I clicked on a certain task, only to be greeted with a Finished! page without actually performing any task. If only said counter were more accurate at showing you how many tasks of a certain category are actually available.

A third facet of the availability argument lies in what happens when you complete all the work you can for a certain task. Such a situation should probably have said task removed from the list of available tasks, or at least have the listing for said task differentiated from the other available ones.

Let me tell you: being a(n unemployed) student; performing such simple tasks like the ones posted on CoinWorker not only occupies my free time in a semi-purposeful manner, it also helps me earn the bitcoins I would never be able to achieve with CPU mining of any sort (due to not being financially equipped to take the volatile risk of investing in GPU/ASIC). All it needs are little improvements here and there to keep the concept fresh and alive; looking forward to earning (then, cashing out) my first 200 points! :3

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October 08, 2012, 05:36:09 AM
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A very interesting site, I've already done some 'mind mining'.

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October 08, 2012, 06:30:29 PM
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The site has been promising when it started and I made a few coins there, but over the past months I've stopped using it.
I logged in again a few days ago to see that I have only japanese tasks, and I'm nowhere near Japan or proxying.
The company behind it, Crowdflower, seems to be really clueless when it comes to solving problems: their support site is flooded with complains and nothing really gets solved.
Also, the rewards have dropped constantly to a level where you can earn more by going for a walk and looking for a penny on the street.
That's pretty sad, because I really liked the idea.

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October 09, 2012, 07:47:35 PM
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Looks like someone's been making a small fortune there: 
Working: http://coinworker.com/activity/1M1VbdoakFcTgJpHX8SSX5wJDnJBoboKty
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