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June 20, 2013, 04:07:33 PM
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Combining the last two observations I recently made about your site, I am beginning to suspect that the current bug is causing the advertised pay to display the amount that CrowdFlower is paying you per task, rather than the amount that you are paying the workers.  This would mean that you are taking a 50% cut of the pay for all tasks.  Is this true?
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June 27, 2013, 08:47:46 PM
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hello, each time i try to access task list i get :


Bummer

An error occurred.

Contact us at our support forum if you continue to have this problem.


 Huh Huh
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September 13, 2013, 02:54:08 PM
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Combining the last two observations I recently made about your site, I am beginning to suspect that the current bug is causing the advertised pay to display the amount that CrowdFlower is paying you per task, rather than the amount that you are paying the workers.  This would mean that you are taking a 50% cut of the pay for all tasks.  Is this true?

Things seem to have gone quiet on this thread. Perhaps because the above statement is correct?

Anyone have any other suggestions on a similar-style site that pays in BTC and rewards people appropriately please?

Feel free to PM me if you don't want to post a reply here. Thanks a lot.

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December 16, 2013, 08:45:26 PM
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Hi Warge.

Love your site, but noticed crowdf is throwing really awful tasks, shi)()+)*()() tasks actually is there something you can help?

Awesome work!

Cheer
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December 16, 2013, 10:05:03 PM
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Love the idea of the project. Just signed up and I'm giving it a try now.

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December 16, 2013, 10:27:31 PM
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Cool I thought this would mine bitcoin from my web browser at first.  Trying it out now, it would be really cool if you had an android app for this.
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January 02, 2014, 01:51:23 AM
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I had already reached 187 point's when would be the payout done?

It's already been more than two days, can some one help me please.

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January 02, 2014, 05:58:45 AM
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Hi, I have a problem getting paid after I reached 180 points....it always worked before....but now I am up to 350 points without a payout....can you help me with this?   It has been days now that I passed the 180 points mark....Thank you.
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January 03, 2014, 11:52:47 AM
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I today got the bitcoin's for my point's  Smiley
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January 10, 2014, 01:46:24 PM
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Hello, it's been day and a half since I passed 180 points (now at 266) and still no sign of payment in my bitcoin vallet.

My bitcoin address is 1KEDvWUNPUfnDE3yk2Ljdbnwmb2DEcKgyP



Mate, I asked what was happening in September (seven posts up). Seems like the site is finished. Save your time, forget it and go do something else.

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February 15, 2014, 06:37:35 AM
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(This would be a Project Development post if I wasn't in Newbie Jail!)

I've made a new service where anyone can earn bitcoin in the web browser. You enter your payment address, perform some analytic tasks that a paying company needs completed, and receive bitcoin as a reward soon afterward. (Minutes, when all is working.)

You could think of it as mining with your own mind, rather than a GPU.

http://CoinWorker.com

I'd love it if people could bang on it and let me know what they think. Thanks!

{Warge @Geoshington



I am not getting paid ....? showing pending for 52 days....? Huh
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February 15, 2014, 06:46:18 AM
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I today got the bitcoin's for my point's  Smiley
Hello, it's been 58 day and a half since I passed 180 points (now at 1694) and still no sign of payment in my bitcoin valet
my valet address is 1JSLebUtjgE6GMrww3YbqwmNYF2yfy6wgN
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February 15, 2014, 06:59:42 AM
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(This would be a Project Development post if I wasn't in Newbie Jail!)

I've made a new service where anyone can earn bitcoin in the web browser. You enter your payment address, perform some analytic tasks that a paying company needs completed, and receive bitcoin as a reward soon afterward. (Minutes, when all is working.)

You could think of it as mining with your own mind, rather than a GPU.

http://CoinWorker.com

I'd love it if people could bang on it and let me know what they think. Thanks!

{Warge @Geoshington



Not getting paid showing pending for 52 days as of today....?
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February 15, 2014, 10:42:26 AM
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I am not getting paid ....? showing pending for 52 days....? Huh
Hello, it's been 58 day and a half since I passed 180 points (now at 1694) and still no sign of payment in my bitcoin valet
Not getting paid showing pending for 52 days as of today....?


Maybe it is time for you to leave the site, and move on  Wink

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May 23, 2014, 05:40:14 AM
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Regarding a few old posts:

Not getting paid showing pending for 52 days as of today....?

I don't see any evidence of payout problems for either the Bitcoin address mentioned, or a registered user of this name. Please PM me if you're still having any issues.

Like I wrote earlier, first time you reach 180 you obviously need to post to this thread or bother owner on twitter, after that things get pay automatically after you reach 180-200, I just got paid minute ago...

Actually, personal contact should never be necessary.

There have been a few cases over the last year where site payouts have become stuck, for a few hours or even a day or two -- but when that happens they're stuck for everyone. After the right systems are kicked everyone gets a catchup payment. (In a couple of cases where the freezeup happened during big exchange-rate moves, I issued the catch-up payments at a discount to the later exchange rate, though I can't guarantee that will always be possible.)

When everything is working, which is most of the time, you'll be paid within an hour after reaching the payout threshold, currently 180 points. That's the same whether you're a new or old user, and whether you're hitting the threshold for the 1st time or the 100th time.

{Warge

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May 31, 2014, 05:14:29 AM
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@WargeGeoshington -

I love your site, it was one of the first sites that I went to that I could earn BTC, and it was always a legitimate experience. However, some of the "tasks" that I have seen more and more lately seem increasingly personal-privacy violating. I.e.- "Identify if a business exists at this address." Many of which are people's homes (or so you would think). But I can't tell if dude owns a business from home or not, many of them you very well could. And I just feel like tasks like that and one I just saw a few minutes ago when I checked the site: "Upload 500 text messages in English from your Android phone" for 100 points. It claims nobody keeps or stores any data about the who, what, when, where, why, and how of your personal text messages, but who knows? I wonder who we (the end user) are snooping around for, and who gets access to the final results of these tasks?

Maybe I'm getting out there...
But anyways man, on a side note, I now have a site of my own, and I am going to promote CoinWorker as one of the most legitimate BTC pay-for-task sites on my page about how to get free Bitcoin and earning some. I am going to do mostly text, but I was wondering if you'd want to throw together a nice 468x60 Banner to include as well. If not I could design a quick one, with your permisson. But I just have a thought in my head for a design of the page. My site's only been up for 4-5 days now, but has already received visitors from over 131 countries. PM me if you are interested, I am not looking for money but to just help the BTC community prosper if I can.

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May 31, 2014, 05:42:58 AM
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Are there still tasks that are being paid for? How much can you make per day or per week? I remember the tasks available / BTC per task really took a hit at some point, and I hadn't been back since.

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May 31, 2014, 07:33:40 AM
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Are there still tasks that are being paid for? How much can you make per day or per week? I remember the tasks available / BTC per task really took a hit at some point, and I hadn't been back since.

Yes there are still tasks being paid for, actually a much greater variety and amount. It looks like they are fully partnered with CrowdFlower now and thus have a constant flow of tasks available. Currently I have 126 points on there which equals 0.00201 BTC. .00201 Divided By 126 equals 1595 Satoshi (or .00001595 BTC) per point. You auto. withdraw after hitting 180+ points plus. Which, currently at 1595 Satoshis per point = 0.00287142 BTC minimum per cashout. And as I recall, you can usually hit 180+ points in one day if you spend long enough and pick the right paying tasks. So, that means that your potential daily payout from Coinworker is 0.00287142 BTC.

Definitely one of the most slept on earn BTC sites. I have always had withdraws within the hour after hitting 180 points. Now they even have a level system where you can qualify for higher paying tasks based off of previous performance. Anyways, hope this helped, and this site is legitimate. That is one of the main reasons I am featuring it on my site.

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May 31, 2014, 09:59:35 PM
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guys you are wasting your time.

not worth it !  Angry Angry

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June 02, 2014, 04:12:35 AM
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