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June 19, 2014, 04:01:48 AM
Last edit: September 18, 2014, 09:23:01 PM by Post-Cosmic
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  Every day there's new VCC-Related (Virtual CryptoCurrency) websites/services springing up out there, set up by enterprising tech-, math- & finance-oriented types. It's quite the vigorous community, seems this long-needed innovation (blockchain-based systems) has woken up many peoples' yearning ambitions to try providing a wide variety of services that had mostly just laid frustrated by the difficulty/hassle of dealing w/ traditional fiat's regulations/taxes/friction for internet ventures - Blockchain Technology made it all so fluid, so efficient, seamless, causing this surge in IT projects. It's like a 'Web 3.0' or 'DotCom Boom 2.0' (> Late 90's.. Google et.al. start-up's..)
 
  I've been exploring all possibilities recently, & it made me discover this wellspring. I'd never quite grasped how vast this space was, before. To keep track of it all, & thus of the various actual types of profitable activity one could engage in w/ crypto's, I began assembling this database :
 
 [{ +usecryptos.com alt-xchange BR }]
 [{ +netagio.com gbp xau btc }]
 [{ +LakeBTC ShanghaiTrade }]
 [{ +CryptoAgency Reviews }]
 [{ +BlinkTrade AFRITrade }]
 [{ +BTCTrip Marketplace }]
 [{ +MarketGlory Game }]
 [{ +BlockTrail CCData }]
 [{ +BitX 3rdWTrade }]
 [{ +Chain.Com API }]
 [{ +LibraTax Tax }]

~REDISTRIBUTION~
( LEGEND : *§:§ = Passive Distribution | *₩ = Virtually Time-Unlimited Active Task-Based Distribution | *24:00/1:00/0:30/etc.. = # of Time Required to Refresh Eligibility for Active Distribution )
 ( LEGEND : ꜛꜛ = Grades the faucet by overall reliability & averaged payouts | - = Indicates a non-paying, non-functional or malicious faucet site )


 [>] http://www.faucetsurfer.tk/ ~ BTC/ALTs Faucet Database
 [>] http://www.dailycoins.net/ ~ BTC/ALTs Faucet Database
 [>] http://www.swiftdrip.com/ ~ BTC/ALTs Faucet Database
 [>] http://faucet.bitcoin.st/ ~ Single-Use Faucet
 [>] http://www.nxtra.org/ ~ Single-Use Faucet
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 [✊] Land Of BitCoin [⌚]§:§ [≜]{{ Insert CryptoGraphic Address }} [⊜]{{ Insert UserID // PassWord // PIN // E-Mail Address }}
 [✊] QoinPro [⌚]§:§ [≜]{{ Insert CryptoGraphic Address }} [⊜]{{ Insert UserID // PassWord // PIN // E-Mail Address }}
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http://www.laukineeuforija.puslapiai.lt/faucet/ [>]01:00
http://www.bitcoindropper.com/index-en.php [>]01:00
http://www.freecoinage.com/bitcoinfaucet/ [>]01:00
http://www.foreverfaucet.com/faucet.php [>]01:00
http://www.yourfreebtc.com/indexen.php [>]01:00
http://www.pushbuttongetbitcoin.com/ [>]08:00
http://www.foreverfaucet.com/bitcoin/ [>]01:00
http://www.freesatoshi.ga/faucet.php [>]06:00
http://faucet.thoughtsandideas.info/ [>]02:00
http://www.megabitcoinfaucet.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.cleverpuffin.com/faucet/ [>]02:00
http://www.bitkong.tk/microfaucet/ [>]04:00
http://www.bitcoin-best-faucet.eu/ [>]01:00
http://www.best-bitcoin-faucet.eu/ [>]01:00
http://www.mmoclub.com/faucet/ [>]01:00
http://www.earnsomecoins.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.get-bitcoins-free.eu/ [>]01:00
http://www.guadagnabitcoin.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.freebitcoinnow.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.freebitcoinwin.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.freeplaybitcoins.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.get-free-bitcoin.eu/ [>]01:00
http://www.get-bitcoin-free.eu/ [>]01:00
http://www.bitcoinrobinet.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.digotventures.com/ [>]03:00
http://www.btcmainstreet.com/ [>]00:15
http://www.fausco.tk/bitfaucet/ [>]24:00
http://www.multifauceted.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.roninfaucet.x10.mx [>]01:00
http://www.faucetlottery.com/ [>]24:00
http://www.lotsofbitcoin.com/ [>]24:00
http://www.inbitcoinwetrust.us/ [>]06:00
http://www.rainbow-faucet.tk/ [>]00:45
http://www.mysistersbtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.mymomsbtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.bitcoin-faucet.eu/ [>]10:00
http://www.freebitcoinz.com/ [>]24:00
http://www.grifobitcoin.com/ [>]06:00
http://www.funnyfaucet.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.stellafaucet.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.cryptofaucet.net/ [>]12:00
http://www.thefreebitcoin.tk/ [>]02:00
http://faucet.shinjaejun.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.mywifesbtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://btc.freefaucet.com.ar/ [>]24:00
http://www.mydadsbtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.free50satoshi.tk/ [>]02:00
http://www.clickandcoin.net/ [>]00:45
http://www.loolish-faucet.cf/ [>]04:00
http://faucet.cryptocoins.pt/ [>]01:00
http://potato.free-btc.cu.cc/ [>]01:00
http://www.fraebitcoin.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.mykidsbtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.bitcointree.net/ [>]06:00
http://www.getfreebtc.net/ [>]06:00
http://www.familybtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.btcfaucet.org/ [>]01:00
http://www.bittyfree.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.drawbtc.com/ [>]24:00
http://www.btcfaucet.net/ [>]01:00
http://www.bitfaucet.org/ [>]01:00
http://www.btcfaucet.biz/ [>]01:00
http://www.free-bit.co.in/ [>]01:00
http://www.coinfaucet.tk/ [>]02:00
http://www.bit-faucet.tk/ [>]06:00
http://www.fr33bitco.in/ [>]03:00
http://www.btcflow.net/ [>]24:00
http://www.justbtc.net/ [>]00:45
http://getcoin.esy.es/ [>]02:00
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VisitBit's VRC Faucet [>]12:00
http://www.cryptoplanet.co/BTCfaucet.php [>]01:30
http://www.bongbitcoin.com/bongfaucet/ [>]02:00
http://www.bitcoinaliens.com/faucet/ [>]24:00
http://www.boklund.nu/bunnyrun/ [>]03:00
http://btc.free-cryptocoins.com/ [>]05:00
http://www.bitcoinfreebees.me/ [>]23:00
http://www.bestbtcfaucet.com/ [>]03:00
http://www.rankyx.com/faucet/ [>]24:00
http://www.freebitcoins.today/ [>]24:00
http://www.infinityfaucet.com/ [>]12:00
http://www.bitcoingator.com/ [>]06:00
http://faucet.panzetti.com.br/ [>]03:00
ꜛꜛhttp://www.bitcointap.com/ [>]24:00
http://www.pizzafaucet.com/ [>]03:00
http://www.titaniumbtc.com/ [>]04:00
http://www.coinprizes.com/ [>]03:00
http://www.bitcoinfaucet.tk/ [>]06:00
http://www.btcfaucet.co.uk/ [>]08:00
http://www.persianfaucet.tk [>]24:00
http://www.gameoutlet.biz/ [>]12:00
http://www.yourclicks.info/ [>]02:00
http://www.givemebtc.net/ [>]03:00
http://www.bitcoinking.net/ [>]03:00
http://www.100satoshi.ml/ [>]24:00
http://www.free-bits.com/ [>]24:00
http://www.bitcoiner.net/ [>]24:00
http://www.bitfaucet4.us/ [>]23:00
http://allbtc.bissnes.org/ [>]06:00
http://www.satoshis4.us/ [>]23:00
http://www.bitcrate.net/ [>]24:00
ꜛꜛhttp://www.bitcurl.me/ [>]04:00
ꜛꜛhttp://www.8coin.me/ [>]19:00
http://btc.01g.info/ [>]24:00
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http://www.stealthepixels.com/get-free-money/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.cryptoblox.com/faucets/BitCoin/ [>]01:00
http://www.btcforyou.info/faucet.php [>]01:00
http://www.bitcoins4.me/index.php [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.dailycoins.net/faucet/ [>]01:00
http://www.freebitcoinlottery.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://faucet.bitcoinzebra.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.bitcoinposter.com/ [>]01:00
http://firefaucet.x10.mx/index.php [>]01:00
http://www.redcoins.co/index.php [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.btcinstantwin.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛhttp://www.hourlybitcoins.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛhttp://www.coin-giveaway.info/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.dailyfreebits.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.btcfaucetlist.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛhttp://www.hellobitcoins.com/ [>]01:00
http://free-btc.cu.cc/#!/faucet/ [>]01:00
http://www.justbitco.in/faucet/ [>]01:00
http://www.bitcoinfaucet.me/ [>]01:00
http://www.elbitcoingratis.es/ [>]01:00
http://www.bitcoin4free.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://btc.rena-faucet.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.superfaucet.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.freecoinbit.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.bitonplay.com/ [>]01:00
http://www.datafaucet.info/ [>]01:00
http://www.freebitcoinz.tk/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.freebitco.in/ [>]01:00
http://www.bithunter.info/ [>]01:00
http://www.gratisbitco.in/ [>]01:00
http://faucet.elhappy.net/ [>]01:00
http://www.rivitalot.com/ [>]01:00
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://faucet.9bitz.eu/ [>]01:00
http://zenfaucet.x10.mx/ [>]01:00
http://www.hotswap.co/ [>]01:00
http://www.btcdf.com/ [>]01:00
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http://www.cyberkatalog.com/bitcoin.htm [>]00:30
http://www.nioctib.net/get-free-bitcoins/ [>]00:30
http://www.virtualfaucet.com/index.php [>]00:30
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.luckycheckin.com/Main/ [>]00:05
http://www.bitcoins4free.me/index.php [>]00:30
http://www.rawbitcoins.com/index.php [>]00:30
http://www.freebitcoins.me/index.php [>]00:30
http://www.thebitcoin.me/index.php [>]00:30
http://www.earn-free-bitcoins.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.btc4you.com/index.php [>]00:30
ꜛꜛhttp://www.getbitcoinsquick.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.freebitcoinsfast.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.bitcats.net/index.php [>]00:30
http://www.canhasbitcoins.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.freebitcoins4u.com/ [>]00:30
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.worldfaucet.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.thefreebitcoins.net/ [>]00:30
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.bitcoinker.com/ [>]00:15
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.payfaucet.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.fr33bitcoins.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.bitcoinspain.net/ [>]00:30
ꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.greenbitco.in/ [>]00:15
http://www.greencoins.org/ [>]00:30
http://www.smurfcoin.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.freebtc4all.com [>]00:30
http://www.faucetbtc.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.freebitcoin.ws/ [>]00:30
http://www.freefaucet.me/ [>]00:30
http://www.srbitcoin.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.coinpearl.me/ [>]00:30
http://www.raincoins.net/ [>]00:30
http://www.btcnwo.com/ [>]00:11
http://www.btcmine.net/ [>]00:30
http://www.btcrew.com/ [>]00:30
http://www.earnbtc.me/ [>]00:30
http://free.btc4you.info [>]00:30
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http://www.thebitcoinmaster.com/bitcoin/ [>]×/×
http://www.chesimangia.it/microfaucet/ [>]×/×
ꜛꜛꜛꜛhttp://www.moonbit.co.in/ [>]×/×
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http://www.earnfreebitcoins.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitcoinpyramid.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitcoinblizzard.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitcoinreserve.org/ [>]₩
http://www.surfscientist.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitcoinflood.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitcoinbuzz.com/ [>]₩
http://www.getbitcoins.info/ [>]₩
http://www.cointasker.com/ [>]₩
http://www.coinadder.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitcoinget.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitbillions.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bittoclick.com/ [>]₩
http://www.btcclicks.com/ [>]₩
http://www.clickbitco.in/ [>]₩
http://www.visitbit.com/ [>]₩
http://www.coinhd.com/ [>]₩
http://www.coinad.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitptc.com/ [>]₩
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http://www.revenue4games.com/ [>]₩
http://www.satoshitravian.com/ [>]₩
https://www.satoshimines.com/ [>]₩
http://www.goldentowns.com/ [>]₩
http://www.coinchat.org/ [>]₩
http://www.gambit.com/ [>]₩
http://www.bitrunner.io/ [>]₩



~EXCHANGES/TRADING PLATFORMS~
(LEGEND : *FX = FOReign [Currency] EXchange (ForeX) | *BT = BitCoin Currency | *LT = LiteCoin Currency | *ALT = "Alternative Coin" Currencies | *ꜝ = Offers Margin-Leveraged Trading ~ Extra ꜝꜝ signs indicate higher maximum leverage available | *FI = Fiat-Based | *CC = CryptoCurrency-Based | *₰® = Futures-Based CFD's (Stock-Index-/Commodity-/Bond- Futures/Derivatives Contracts-For-Difference Priced @ Underlying Asset) | *₰© = Equities-Based CFD's (Individual Stock/Fund Contracts-For-Difference Priced @ Underlying Asset) | *© = Corporation/Funds-Based Equities (Stock/Fund Assets) | *℗ = Project/Idea-Based Equities (Shares) | *ꜛ = Automated/Managed or Non-Traditional Investing Platform | ª = Culturally-Tailored Nationality-/Language-Specific Exchange | ꜛ = One-Way (Buy-Only / Sell-Only) Exchange.

https://www.havelockinvestments.com/ [>]CC-℗₠
https://www.localbitcoins.com/ [>]CC|BT-P2P
https://www.bitfinex.com/ [>]CC|BT/LT/DRKꜝ
https://www.poloniex.com/ [>]CC|ALTᶲ/℗₠
https://www.crypto-trade.com/ [>]CC-℗₠
https://www.secondmarket.com/ [>]CC|BT
https://www.vaultofsatoshi.com/ [>]CC|BT
http://www.cryptostocks.com/ [>]CC-℗₠
https://www.spectrocoin.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.btcchina.com/ [>]CC|BT/LTª
http://www.expresscoin.com/ [>]CC|BTꜛ
https://www.coinnext.com/ [>]CC|ALT²
https://www.buttercoin.com/ [>]CC|BT
https://www.mcxnow.com/ [>]CC|ALT¹
https://www.cointrader.net/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.coinapult.com/ [>]CC|BTꜛ
https://www.vircurex.com/ [>]CC|ALT²
https://www.coinmkt.com/ [>]CC|ALT°
https://www.coinbase.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.coinsetter.com/ [>]CC|BT
https://www.mintpal.com/ [>]CC|ALT³
https://www.allcrypt.com/ [>]CC|ALT¹
https://www.scifi-ex.com/ [>]CC|ALT¹
https://www.kraken.com/ [>]CC|ALT°
https://www.cavirtex.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.btc-e.com/ [>]CC|ALT¹ª
http://www.cryptsy.com/ [>]CC|ALTᶲ
https://www.atlasats.com/ [>]CC|BT
https://www.bitstamp.net/ [>]CC|BT
https://www.okcoin.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.mybitx.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.safello.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.vaurum.com/ [>]CC|BT
http://www.bittrex.com/ [>]CC|ALTᶲ
https://www.bter.com/ [>]CC|ALT°ª
https://www.circle [.com] [>]CC|BTꜛ
http://www.campbx.com/ [>]CC|BT
https://www.huobi.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.icbit.com/ [>]CC-BT®
http://www.btc38.com/ [>]CC|BTª
https://www.btc.sx/ [>]CC|BTꜝ
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https://www.instaforex.com/ [>]FI-FX/₰®/₰©/BTꜝꜝꜝ
https://www.avatrade.com/ [>]FI-FX/₰®/₰©/BTꜝꜝꜝ
https://www.plus500.com/ [>]FI-FX/₰®/₰©/BTꜝꜝꜝ
https://www.fxopen.com/ [>]FI-FX/CC-ALT°ꜝꜝꜝ
https://www.1broker.com/ [>]CC-FX/₰®/₰©ꜝꜝ
https://www.bit4x.com/ [>]CC-FX/₰®/₰©ꜝꜝ
https://www.motifinvesting.com/ [>]FI-₰℗
https://www.kapitall.com/ [>]FI-©ꜛ


~SERVICES/UTILITIES~

http://www.coinssource.com/ [>]CC-Reviews [>]CC-News [>]CC-Prices
https://www.tradeblock.com/ [>]CC-Analytics [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.bitcoingamblingsites.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.bitcoincharts.com/markets/‎ [>]CC-Prices
http://www.cloudminingreport.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.coinmarketcap.com/ [>]CC-Economics
http://www.bitcoinscammers.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.miningcontracts.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.coinometrics.com/ [>]CC-Economics
http://www.bitcoinity.org/markets/ [>]CC-Prices
http://www.cryptonator.com/rates [>]CC-Prices
http://www.coingecko.com/ [>]CC-Economics
http://www.bitcoinwisdom.com/ [>]CC-Prices
http://www.coinwarz.com/ [>]CC-Economics
http://www.coinmap.com/ [>]CC-Economics
https://www.cryptfolio.com/ [>]CC-Analytics
http://www.bitcointheft.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.coinalytics.co/ [>]CC-Economics
http://www.bitcoindice.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.coinjabber.com/ [>]CC-Reviews
http://www.investopedia.com/ [>]Wiki
https://www.bitnodes.io/ [>]CC-Data
https://www.mint.com/ [>]Analytics
http://www.blockr.io/ [>]CC-Data
http://blocks.wizb.it/ [>]CC-Data
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http://www.zerohedge.com/ [>]News [>]Community
https://www.cryptocointalk.com/ [>]CC-Community
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/ [>]CC-Community
http://www.cryptonetwork.net/ [>]CC-Community
http://www.reddit.com/r/Trading/ [>]Community
https://www.bitcointalk.org/ [>]CC-Community
http://www.allthingsbitcoins.org/ [>]CC-News
http://www.bitcoinreporter.com/ [>]CC-News
http://www.wallstreetjournal.com/ [>]News
http://www.coindesk.com/ [>]CC-News
http://www.coinelius.com/ [>]CC-News
http://www.bloomberg.com/ [>]News
http://www.reuters.com/ [>]News
http://www.forbes.com/ [>]News
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https://www.blockchain.info/ [>]CryptoWallet [>]CC-Data
http://www.multibitcoinwallet.com/ [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.holytransaction.com/ [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.xapo.com/ [>]CryptoWallet [>]Debit
https://www.bitcoinarmory.com/ [>]CryptoWallet
http://www.bitcointrezor.com/ [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.mycelium.com/ [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.electrum.org/ [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.frozenbit [.io] [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.mybitx.com/ [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.coincashcard.com/ [>]Debit
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https://www.coinbase.com/ [>]CC-Payments [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.bitgo.com/ [>]CC-Payments [>]CryptoWallet
https://www.coinpayments.net/ [>]CC-Payments
https://www.shiftpayments.com/ [>]Payments
https://www.bitpagos.com/ [>]CC-Paymentsª
https://www.astropay.com/ [>]Paymentsª
http://www.gocoin.com/ [>]CC-Payments
http://www.bitpay.com/ [>]CC-Payments
https://www.moolah.io/ [>]CC-Payments
https://www.roboco.in/ [>]CC-Payments
http://www.swishme.com/ [>]Payments
https://www.shopify.com/ [>]Payments
https://www.okpay.com/ [>]Payments
https://www.payza.com/ [>]Payments
https://www.stripe.com/ [>]Payments
https://www.visa.com/ [>]Payments
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http://www.blackarrowsoftware.com/store/ [>]Hashing
https://www.megabigpower.com/ [>]Hashing
https://www.bitmaintech.com/ [>]Hashing
http://www.hash-master.com/ [>]Hashing
http://www.btcolympus.com/ [>]Hashing
http://www.gawminers.com/ [>]Hashing
http://www.titanminer.com/ [>]Hashing
https://www.kncminer.com/ [>]Hashing
http://www.cointerra.com/ [>]Hashing
https://www.alpha-t.net/ [>]Hashing
http://www.bitmine.ch/ [>]Hashing
----------------------------------------------------
http://www.eligius.st/~gateway/ [>]Pooling
https://www.megamultipool.com/ [>]Pooling
http://www.dedicatedpool.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.becausepool.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.triplemining.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.eclipsemc.com/ [>]Pooling
http://www.diggerpool.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.bitminter.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.ipominer.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.btcguild.com/ [>]Pooling
https://www.suprnova.cc/ [>]Pooling
https://www.multipool.us/ [>]Pooling
http://www.suchpool.pw/ [>]Pooling
http://www.p2pool.org/ [>]Pooling
https://www.ghash.io/ [>]Pooling
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http://www.microwallet.org/ [>]Aggregation [>]Development
http://www.bitcoin-cloud.eu/ [>]Aggregation
http://www.virtualcoin.biz/ [>]Aggregation
http://www.coinbox.me/ [>]Aggregation
http://www.bitchest.me/ [>]Aggregation
http://www.bitcoinfog.com/ [>]Anonymization
https://www.bitmixer.io/ [>]Anonymization
http://www.bitsafe.io/ [>]Anonymization
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https://www.coinplug.com/ [>]Developmentª [>]Paymentsª
http://www.getbitco.com/faucet/ [>]Development
http://www.codecanyon.net [>]Development
https://www.github.com [>]Development
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http://www.bitcoinclassifieds.net/ [>]Advertising
http://www.coinurl.com/ [>]Advertising
http://www.adstraffic.tk/ [>]Advertising
http://www.bitads.com/ [>]Advertising
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http://www.openbazaar [.org] [>]Marketplace
http://www.cryptothrift.com/ [>]Marketplace
http://www.bitcoinpins.com/ [>]Marketplace
http://www.bitpremier.com/ [>]Marketplace
http://www.bitcoinrigs.org/ [>]Marketplace
http://www.bitcoinshop.us/ [>]Marketplace
http://www.coinrx.com/ [>]Marketplace
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http://www.storj.io/ [>]Cloud-Storage [>]Passive-%
http://www.metadisk.org [>]Cloud-Storage
http://www.bitfetch.com/ [>]File-Sharing
https://www.bitpools.com/ [>]Voting
 
 
~ENTERTAINMENT/PRACTICE-ONLY~
 
http://www.blockchain-reaction.com/
http://markets.nitle.org/markets/
http://www.dogeminer.se/
http://www.hsx.com/
 
 
 ~> 'REDISTRIBUTION' entries contain maybe 40-55% of all the legitimate, decently-rewarding 'faucet' & 'do-tasks-for-coin' websites out there. These are for the most part very barebones places, often w/ only a single webpage, a lurid, minimalist 'low-fi' spot to input one's coin (usually BTC) address in, then either type in the captcha code & press the 'Submit' button or press it first & then input the captcha after it pops up asking for it, & there you go, free BT every 30-60min usually, that gets accumulated into a temporary 'account'/wallet space b4 several such gains get sent in a single bigger payment to your actual wallet address. Some of them are actually CC-based gambling outfits that are hoping for users to end up as addicted game users who'll actually -spend- money into playing there ;p
 
  These sites will 'run dry' of funds after several months, requiring users to go find more recently created faucets to replace the dead ones. Hacks & DDoS attacks happen daily. After less than a year of such tedious regular accumulation, if done a dozen+ times a day nearly every day, anyone could readily have over 1BT from this alone. That's quite a sum in developing countries, & even in western world it means risk-free $ to most intelligently, trade with afterwards, turning it into an actual fortune.
 
  I wouldn't consider it unethical to 'double/triple up' the gains by using the most rewarding of these on a completely separate IP(internet service)/hardware devices/coin address setup for each time, but not for too long & not on more than a couple such 'different-user' setups. Alternatively of course, VPN's & proxies/ToR etc may work on some of these websites, though I suspect most would obviously be well aware of that loophole & have installed safeguards right into their automated payment processing routines to detect & nullify any such attempts, not to mention ban & blacklist all accounts & IP addresses involved.
 
 ~> The 'EXCHANGE' section details all the CC-Based trading websites I've looked into, as well as a handful of the best/cheapest-commissions/fees 'traditional' fiat-based stock & currency xchange services I've heard of. Some of these are Spot FX, some are securities brokers, the majority of the rest are either BT/LT/DRK-Only or altcoin xchanges. Those " ³²¹ " signs indicate the exchange-in-question's 'diversification tier', in other words the amount of different altc0ins each of these websites have available listed for trading. For instance, Cryptsy/PoloniEX/BitTReX have the highest ratings (ᶲ), since they consistently have had the largest variety of coins markets available. Kraken, on the opposite end of the scale, has the lowest tier, having only has a few alt markets listed for xchange.
 
 ~> As for 'UTILITIES', that's where all the tips & data tools useful to make informed trading decisions & keep up to date w/ latest developments in the field are to be found.
 
 ~> 'INVESTMENT/GAMBLING/LENDING' (split into Prediction Betting, Passive Investing, Mining Share Trading, Project/Venture Funding and Casino Gambling as reviewed in detail below) includes the more marketing/networking-oriented larger-scale project directories where one party will generally provide some form of funding/liquidity to entrepreneurs' endeavors, while being 'guaranteed' a modest passive 'safe' % income on their vested funds. To be more comprehensive, the list does include non-CC(& thus fiat)-based services. The trade-off to be expected w/ the 'hands-off' ease of passive gains & far lessened exposure to market loss, is that obviously, these % returns will yield far less (but not quite x10 or more, merely x3-6 times less profitable) than the equivalent amount of $ traded mid-term w/ a sound conservative strategy would yield on altcoin xchanges or even w/ leveraged BT trading.
 
 ~> Lastly, 'ENTERTAINMENT' lists various for-fun, no-actual-money webpages (except for site's operators of course Wink). The 2 prediction market sites, however, (HSX & NITLE) are absolutely undeniably useful in practicing one's equity-type trading skills & discipline. Equity trading as referenced here is to mean non-leveraged trading of an investment instrument, such as buying commodies, company stocks, or indeed altcoins, ideally at cheapest, so as to later sell them higher.
 
 TL:DR, =Redistribution= adds BTC, =Exchange= multiplies (or divides ;p) BTC, =Utilities= is the tools to help one accomplish the above, & =Investment/Gambling/Lending= returns passive or active BTC and/or lends BTC.
 
 ..So! From this alone, we can find that there's thus far 13 granularly distinct avenues to make $ online w/ a minimum of legitimate reliability, w/o involving any social interaction, networking/marketing, technical/hardware setup, programming/design, or e-commerce management :
 
 
1) Trade (in Fiat) unleveraged or low-leveraged regulated public corporation stocks, options, bonds, mutual funds & ETF's. There's also the limited (so far) possibility of ~> Trading (in CC) unleveraged stocks/options/futures/etc via the use of CC-Funded Mutual ETF ventures that then convert investors' pooled funds to fiat for the purpose of trading on the traditional 'Wall Street' instruments using fiat like everybody, & re-convert funds to CC only after a designated trading period is over & thus the ETF project is set to return some $ to investors.
 
2) Trade (in CC) unleveraged in unregulated, 'stock-like' IPO/Pre-IPO offerings of various internet CC-Based ventures* (Some of which lack even a basic website, & have only the admin's email address as project reference.. =/).
 
3) Trade (in CC or Fiat) low-to-high-leveraged Spot FX w/ 'traditional' fiat currency pairs, precious metals & commodity-/index-/stock-futures-based CFD's.
 
4) Trade (in CC) unleveraged Altcoin-to-BTC/LTC/DRK currency pairs (Leveraged Altcoin Trading would be extremely volatile & profitable/risky to say the least, but has not been provided as a service so far except in very limited fashion by FXOpen, Plus500 & BTC-e)
 
5) Trade (in CC or Fiat) unleveraged CC-to-Fiat currency pairs by actually buying up some altcoin for later resale or for use as payment, potentially w/ extra arbitrage opportunity if able to buy from a given exchange/private user cheaper than somewhere else, then sell it back at higher price to aforementioned 2nd party.
 
6) Trade (in CC or Fiat) leveraged BTC/LTC/DRK-to-Fiat currency pairs by merely entering a position in UP or DOWN (buy/sell) direction, for either profit or loss depending on price movement after entry. This means no actual acquisition of any coin in wallet, that could be used for resale or as payment for goods/services to 3rd parties, unless a trade position is closed w/ profit.
 
7) Partner to produce, for CC commission rewards, some template-generated content that other users will use, on certain sites.
 
8} Complete some tasks for CC rewards on 'Work-for-CC' websites (listed above^).
 
9) Sign up for an account on certain passive income cryptofaucets.
 
10) Insert wallet address & input captcha every reset period to receive free coin from 'faucet' webpages (listed above^), & Follow required instructions to be eligible for much larger one-time 'free' coin payments from some web services' promotions.
 
11) Pay for some 'cloudmined' hashing power on certain services (reviewed in detail below), accumulate the resulting mined coin gains, & later have the option of selling back the cloud mining share to others potentially for profit vs. initial buying-in price.
 
12) Make sports, showbiz, political or other event prediction bets on certain websites (reviewed in detail below) for gain or loss.
 
13) Invest Fiat or CC into Project Funding/Ponzi/MLM providers and other passive income generators (reviewed in detail below).
 
 
 
 ..I also continued my research effort into the best/most efficient passive & active income generation crypto-opportunities, yielding the following results so far :
 
 
 ~ P R E D I C T I O N    B E T T I N G ~

1] http://www.bitbet.us/ [>]Bet-%
 ~> This service has users betting onto stake pools in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on a variety of future events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Represents a small % gain per month comparatively to other more active trading / investment opportunities, because bets take for ever to be 'resolved' & winnings sent, but good for diversification & also near-100% guarantee of profit the minute you have very good information on a bet's outcome based on research/experience/projections. No social features except for official FreeNode IRC Chat. Doesn't use account login structure to keep users' funds - bet amounts wagered are instead directly sent to specific addresses generated for each bet statement & predicted outcome, with any winnings sent back to a user-specified wallet address ; A very 'cryptocentric' way of handling things lauded by many as far less centralized & vulnerable than the typical user account system.  [Withdraw Fee : {N/A} | Minimum Deposit : {N/A} | Minimum Wager : 0.0001 BTC]

2] http://www.anonibet.com/ [>]Bet-%
 ~> This service has users betting onto stake pools in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on future sports events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Website UI looks a bit barebones/drab but has very handy 'BetSlip' bet stakes portfolio summary on right of screen to help keep track of performance & where one's account stands. Has chatbox for support/feedback only, have spoken with them, very responsive. Very advanced bet statement search filtering options, along w/ a uniquely granular 'multi-bet' event/statement page structure where bet stakes can be taken off very specific 'sub-events' about how every possible detail ends up turning out in a bet statement's outcome, rather than simply one big general [True | False] outcome. Each bet statement is integrated w/ Twitter for outcome updates/promotion, & with BetRadar.Com for tracking event stats live. [Withdraw Fee : None (Unless Client requests withdraw without having wagered entire deposit on bets yet - Then it's 5% fee) | Minimum Deposit : 0.001 BTC | Minimum Wager : 0.001 BTC]

3] http://www.betmoose.com/ [>]Bet-% [>]₩₰
 ~> Getting past the humorous name one finds this website's GUI to be fast, slick-looking & secure/modern, comparable to BetCoiner's. Users bet onto stake pools in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on a variety of future events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Features reputation system for tracking history of event statement creators - called 'hosts' - along with regular verification & moderation/report system in case anything still goes wrong. Hosts make a % profit out of users' bet stakes from submitting a new bet for site admins to approve & list, when others bet on it, you get a % cut of that bet's stakes pool. Team seems quite dedicated with a Feedback/Support button easily accessible on right screen bar, along w/ chatbox at the bottom as social feature. Hall of Fame page is a unique idea so far among betting/prediction market sites' implementations. Uses account login structure to keep users' profiles & bet host reputation, and also optionally to keep users' balances - though this isn't required, users can instead opt to have their bet amounts wagered directly sent to specific addresses generated for each bet statement & predicted outcome, with any winnings sent back to a user-specified wallet address. [Withdraw Fee : {N/A} or Huh | Minimum Deposit : {N/A} or 0.005 BTC | Minimum Wager : 0.005 BTC]

4] http://www.betcoiner.com/ [>]Bet-% [>]₩₰
 ~> Website much more secure-looking than bitbet/anonibet, however I've experienced that bet resolution takes many more days than bitbet to be finalized & coin reward to be sent to address/account. Can also make a % profit out of users' bet stakes from submitting a new bet for site admins to approve & list, when others bet on it, you get a % cut of that bet's stakes pool. Uses blog-style user comments on each bet's page as social feature. [Withdraw Fee : 0.001 BTC | Minimum Deposit : 0.01 BTC | Minimum Wager : 0.01 BTC]

5] https://www.predictious.com/ [>]Bet-%
 ~> 'Prediction shares/pseudo-futures exchange' website, where users trade bet stakes in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on a variety of future events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Can buy/sell shares of 'bet outcome contracts' in a sophisticated prediction market system. Uses blog-style user comments on each prediction's page as social feature. Uses Google Accounts as sole Signup/Login method ;o [Withdraw Fee : 0.0005 BTC]

6] https://www.betcoin.ag/sports [>]Bet-%
 ~> This service has users betting onto stake pools in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on future sports events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Website UI looks a bit barebones/drab but has very handy 'BetSlip' bet stakes portfolio summary on right of screen to help keep track of performance & where one's account stands. Has chatbox for support/feedback only, have spoken with them, very responsive. Very advanced bet statement search filtering options, along w/ a uniquely granular 'multi-bet' event/statement page structure where bet stakes can be taken off very specific 'sub-events' about how every possible detail ends up turning out in a bet statement's outcome, rather than simply one big general [True | False] outcome. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

7] https://www.cloudbet.com/ [>]Bet-%
 ~> This service has users betting onto stake pools in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on future sports events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Website UI looks a bit barebones/drab but has very handy 'BetSlip' bet stakes portfolio summary on right of screen to help keep track of performance & where one's account stands. Has chatbox for support/feedback only, have spoken with them, very responsive. Very advanced bet statement search filtering options, along w/ a uniquely granular 'multi-bet' event/statement page structure where bet stakes can be taken off very specific 'sub-events' about how every possible detail ends up turning out in a bet statement's outcome, rather than simply one big general [True | False] outcome. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

8] https://www.bitcasino.io [>]Bet-%
 ~> This service has users betting onto stake pools in peer-to-peer fashion, wagering on whether the outcome of statements on future sports events ends up being [True] or [False] - Depending on how the event actually plays out you win a % + your principal deposit, or lose all if you made the wrong call on the event's outcome. Website UI looks a bit barebones/drab but has very handy 'BetSlip' bet stakes portfolio summary on right of screen to help keep track of performance & where one's account stands. Has chatbox for support/feedback only, have spoken with them, very responsive. Very advanced bet statement search filtering options, along w/ a uniquely granular 'multi-bet' event/statement page structure where bet stakes can be taken off very specific 'sub-events' about how every possible detail ends up turning out in a bet statement's outcome, rather than simply one big general [True | False] outcome. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]


 ~ G A M B L I N G ~

1] https://www.betcoin.ag/casino [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice & Casino Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

2] https://www.betcoin.tm/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice & Casino Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

3] https://www.bitcasino.io/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Casino, Dice & Sports Bet Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

4] https://www.satoshibet.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Casino & Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : 0.0001 BTC]

5] https://www.peerbet.org/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice & Casino Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

6] https://www.betcoinpalace.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Casino Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

7] https://www.777coin.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Casino Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

8] https://www.satoshidice.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

9] https://www.primedice.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : 0.0001 BTC]

10] https://www.999dice.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

11] https://www.just-dice.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

12] http://www.everydice.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

13] http://www.luckyb.it/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Pooled Casino Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

14] http://www.bitonsoccer.com/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Themed Dice Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]

15] https://www.rpsls.win88.me/ [>]Gambling-%
 ~> Random Selection Games. [Withdraw Fee : Huh]
 
 
 ~ L E N D I N G   &   I N V E S T I N G ~
 
1] https://www.btcjam.com/ [>]Passive-% [>]Lending
 ~> Peer-to-Peer non-anonymous site-arbitrated & reputation-based lending, with optional soft credit checking, customizable variable rates & repayment terms.

2] https://www.bitbond.net/ [>]Passive-% [>]Lending
 ~> Peer-to-Peer non-anonymous(??) site-arbitrated & reputation-based lending, with customizable variable rates & repayment terms.

3] https://www.upstart.com/ [>]Passive-% [>]Lending
 ~> Peer-to-Peer non-anonymous site-arbitrated & credit-/academic-based lending, with customizable variable rates & repayment terms.

4] https://www.vittana.org/ [>]Passive-% [>]Lending
 ~> Peer-to-Peer non-anonymous site-arbitrated academic-based student education lending, with optional soft credit checking, customizable variable rates & repayment terms.

5] http://www.microventures.com/ [>]Passive-% [>]Funding
 ~> Looks to be above-average gain%/month & decent reputation however requires massive capital / being a well-heeled accredited investor to get in.
 
6] http://www.panteracapital.com/ [>]Passive-% [>]Funding
 ~> Requires massive capital / being a well-heeled accredited investor to get in.

7] https://www.bitcoinera.net/ [>]HYIP-%
 ~> Early-2014 service, average reputation, only 6% monthly gains as it pegs itself as a 'interest-bearing CryptoWallet service' rather than an HYIP.

8] https://www.bitcoin-trader.biz/ [>]HYIP-%
 ~> Early-2014 HYIP, fairly good reputation - professional-looking web GUI, 'trading share' & 'mining share' structure, 30% non-compounding monthly gains.

9] http://www.fastpaymoney.com/ [>]HYIP-%
 ~> Mid-2014 HYIP, 98%+ guaranteed to be absolute pending scam - with that 4000% passive plan profit nonsense raising a gigantic blinking red flag.

10] https://www.futureyields.com/ [>]HYIP-%
 ~> Mid-2014 HYIP, 98%+ guaranteed to be absolute pending scam - 30% DAILY passive gains are ridiculous - it's difficult to actually achieve such % on a consistent basis while actively, aggressively trading altcoins/CFD's/forex 16 hours a day - imagine if they offer this on a PASSIVE residual level - huge red flag.

11] https://www.x-value.com/ [>]HYIP-%
 ~> Mid-2014 HYIP, 93%+ guaranteed to be absolute pending scam - ??% DAILY passive gains are ridiculous - it's difficult to actually achieve such % on a consistent basis while actively, aggressively trading altcoins/CFD's/forex 16 hours a day - imagine if they offer this on a PASSIVE residual level - huge red flag.

12] http://www.btcreturn.net/ [>]HYIP-%
 ~> Mid-2014 HYIP, 96%+ guaranteed to be absolute pending scam - ??% DAILY passive gains are ridiculous - it's difficult to actually achieve such % on a consistent basis while actively, aggressively trading altcoins/CFD's/forex 16 hours a day - imagine if they offer this on a PASSIVE residual level - huge red flag.

13] http://www.makebtc.org/ [>]MLM-%
 ~> Overcomplicated MLM crap w/ average gains quite likely to end up same as the scams described below, and quickly too :
 
 * ~> 'Leancy' & 'SodisFund' have been found to be a scam in the end, while 'BTC-Arbs' & 'OilRigContractors' collapsed recently ; Other services which ended up as scams and/or had user funds "hacked/lost" include 'CoinLenders|TradeFortress', 'Neo & Bee', 'CryptoRush', & 'CoinEx'. 'PoloniEX' had a hacking theft occur several months ago but has since been confirmed to have indemnified every affected user.
 
 
 ~ M I N I N G   S H A R E   C O N T R A C T S ~
 
1] http://www.cryptsy.com/ [>][MN_X Mining Contract Shares]
 ~> Very competitive price, and with no maintenance fees and tiny transaction fees, seems a no-brainer choice - the catch is that recently, the share payouts have been quite unreliable, at times taking weeks to be delivered ; Lifetime Validity ; Purchased directly on the Cryptsy Platform which allows smooth resale of contract shares at any time, usually for break-even or even gains on trading prices, enabling instantaneous hashing investment re-allocation into say, a suddenly low-priced altcoin, to quickly benefit from its projected price surge afterwards, while always being able to quickly re-invest back into mining shares the minute said coin trades are finalized and alt markets find themselves in a temporary lull again.

2] https://www.cloudhashing.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> The original site for passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

3] http://www.cex.io/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> BitFury's/GHash.io's mining share trading website ; Substantially higher $/GHs cost than PB Mining, and w/ severe maintenance & transaction fees on top. However, can always resell the shares later to recoup a good portion of initial investment, albeit at a loss if strictly looking at the trading prices given that GH/s prices continuously drop as hashing difficulty increases, on top of earning daily mining payouts.

4] https://www.scrypt.cc/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive altcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

5] https://www.hashop.io/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

6] http://www.pbmining.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Cheapest passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts have 5-year payouts duration, after which they are null & void ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured weekly mining payouts.

7] http://www.coinfirma.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

8] http://www.megamine.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

9] http://www.lynx-mining.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> 'Adaptive contract' bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

10] https://www.genesis-mining.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive altcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

11] https://www.knightsofthesatoshi.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

12] https://www.bitcoincloudservices.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Passive bitcoin hashing gains over time, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

13] https://www.knccloud.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Mining hardware manufacturer KnC's passive bitcoin hashing contracts, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

14] http://mining.cointerra.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Mining hardware manufacturer CoinTerra's passive bitcoin hashing contracts, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

15] http://cloud.btcolympus.com/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Mining hardware manufacturer BTC-Olympus' passive bitcoin hashing contracts, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.

16] http://www.blackarrowsoftware.com/store/cloud-mining/ [>]CloudHashing
 ~> Mining hardware manufacturer Black Arrow's passive bitcoin hashing contracts, no maintenance or trade/transaction fees ; Contracts offered have various payout duration timeframes, after which their 'rental' agreement expires ; Mining Shares can NOT be resold back whatsoever - Any investment made here is locked in/spent away for good, the only return being the insured regular mining payouts.


 ~ P R O J E C T   /   V E N T U R E    F U N D I N G ~
 
1] https://www.bountysource.com/ [>]Funding

2] https://www.coinpowers [.com] [>]Funding

2] http://www.swarmcorp [.com] [>]Funding


  By the way, I've long planned to donate back to the most generous faucets once I've multiplied their cashout proceeds a few dozen times via altcoin & CFD trading - and of course stop fauceting altogether, once one reaches a decent amount of BTC they're not needed anymore.

  So, I hope the formatting doesn't give your eyes/brain too much of a confusion nightmare, and that you're able to find as much good use in this little database as I have ; I'll be keeping this thread updated as time goes, feel free to correct/suggest additions. ..Aaannd, if you figure you'd like to tip for having put it together you'll find my address here ;9
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August 02, 2014, 01:44:32 PM
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Thank you very much, very useful information!

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August 02, 2014, 04:49:31 PM
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Information, in one place.
To be bookmarked.
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August 25, 2014, 11:46:49 AM
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 Oh..? So people actually use my work! xD  Glad it's helpful, well then I just figured I'd update it w/ the massive amount of new sites/services coming online last few months - over 100-140 additions & corrections, enjoy ^^
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August 25, 2014, 11:58:33 AM
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Love your work.   Smiley

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August 25, 2014, 06:18:25 PM
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This is a neat page, maybe consider an actual website?

Also I'd add referral links. You kind of deserve it for the effort.

Possibly add clearer intro / contents at top.

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September 18, 2014, 08:43:04 PM
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+1 Great list - keep going or start a blog with this on to add your ref links!

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