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Author Topic: [Project Development] CoinWorker.com - earn bitcoin in your browser in minutes  (Read 33210 times)
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June 02, 2014, 04:32:25 AM
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guys you are wasting your time.

not worth it !  Angry Angry

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 While I do believe you think you are trying to help people out here, speak for yourself. And I am not trying to be shitty here just fyi, not attacking you.

However, CoinWorker Does pay higher than most BTC earning sites. Your withdraw automatically goes into the pending stage after reaching 180+ points. Currently, 180 points on there is ~0.00282328 BTC. 1 point is equal to approx. 1568 Satoshis. So even the quick, low-paying 1 point tasks pay more than an hour of faucets. It is possible to earn all 180 points in an hour or so (depending on the tasks and if you are lucky to see 10-100 point ones), which equals about $1.80 in USD right now. For a Bitcoin earning site, that is actually quite a bit.

Also, $1.80 an hour might not be shit to you or me, but in some countries $1.80 USD is a week's wage. Additionally, it is these earning sites and faucets- like mine and many others, that have gotten Many worldwide people started with Bitcoin. This is great for them and us and I say welcome to our community. So you see, while you might not see the point in spending your time on this, it does not mean it's pointless to everybody.

Just saying my peace.

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June 08, 2014, 03:58:45 AM
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Slightly dated article, but still might be relevant.
http://thequill.org/personal-finance/13-sites-offering-crowdflower-tasks.html

There are other sites (coinworker is just one of the channels sending tasks to contributors) which have a higher payout for the same tasks. If you only want some bitcoins, you could consider doing these tasks at other websites, getting paid in USD and then buying some bitcoins with USD. Might be more profitable than doing these tasks at coinworker for bitcoins.

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February 08, 2015, 03:43:30 PM
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Just created account
Wont let me log in, reset password, still wont let me log in.
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February 08, 2015, 06:48:24 PM
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This is cool. More streamlined functionality than similar sites I've seen. The GUI could use a little sprucing up, but you've got the
functionality down pat.

Suggestion: implement a referral system

Cheers!

Cynthia

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February 08, 2015, 11:44:06 PM
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Too bad crowdflower is retarded. I've dealt with them in the past and I'm disappointed.


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May 05, 2016, 11:30:49 AM
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How should I create my bitcoin password
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