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Author Topic: Where do I get free Bitcoin? The maintained list of verified free Bitcoin Sites.  (Read 425008 times)
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March 26, 2012, 02:35:21 AM
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There are some sites where one can get free bitcoins. The catch, if you want to call it that, is
that you might be exposed to advertising. Or it might be incentive to spend more time at their site,
to gamble with or do something else there which will be to their benefit in some way. Or it might be
a way to give newbies a start with getting and using bitcoins, which, it is hoped, will benefit
Bitcoin as a whole. As long as anything like spending more time at their site, or doing something
else, is optional then I will consider the coins given out there as "free." Sites which include pop-ups,
adfly-like redirections, or similarly annoying hoops to jump through, will not be added to the list.

This list is not meant to be complete but to be a list of sites that have been checked out and proven
to be safe and reliable. If this is important to you ( as it should be in this age of scams, hacks, and
identity theft etc. ) then only use faucets that have been checked out.

Beware of sites/threads which just copy the entries from this official thread and hides the links behind url redirectors, making them
untrustworthy or a spam-filled inconvenience at best. Also beware of faucet rotator-timer things that claim to make it easy for you
to submit your address to each site at the proper times, especially ones you have to download to your own computer. It is hard to
know what is going on behind the curtain. Also even some of the sites listed here will have their own list of free Bitcoin sites but
hide them behind coinurl and/or adfly links, and other dubious and spammy things like that. For your convenience and safety it is best
to just use their faucet, and avoid the other links there, and then come back to use the verified and maintained list of links here.


Note: Many of these sites only payout once a day, or even less often, to save on transaction fees,
so don't get too worried if you don't see a payment for several hours. If after more than a week you still
don't get anything, or you have any other problems, post in this thread. Some of the operators of these
various sites follow this thread. Also note the * beside some entries. It usually means the site is
currently down or empty and if one doesn't want to waste their time they can give such sites a pass. More info is
available under the list of entries below.  Also, many sites these days will not payout until you have built up a
minimum balance, often over a number of days, so that they won't have to payout small amounts [ "dust" ]. This is
good for both them and you since "dust" transactions are problematic ( you can read more about "dust" and its problems
in other threads on this forum ). Update:  Most of these sites use a payout service, like FaucetBox for example, which
aggregates payments and pays out to ones Bitcoin address when the total balance rises above a certain minimum
value (which one can often set themselves). The colored letters after each entry below shows what service, if any,
each site uses; check the key at the bottom of the list. ( More info available under the list of sites. )


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Free BTCitcoin sites
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The Bitcoin faucet ( abandoned? See here. )
This is the original Bitcoin Faucet created by Bitcoin developer Gavin Andresen. Entry retained for posterity.

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FreeBitco.in  d

ChronoX.co.in  f e

Extrabitco.in  f *

WeatherX.co.in  f e


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d  = Direct
x  = Xapo
e  = ePay
f  = Faucetbox ( closing soon )
m = Microwallet ( no longer paying out; all microwallet faucets removed )
p  = Paytoshi ( no reliable faucets currently available )


* = Currently empty and/or frequently empty and/or empty for long periods of time and/or takes a very long time to payout.
      ( the site being down or non-functional will here be considered the same as being empty. )

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Also pay attention to the posts here. People, businesses, etc., will often give Bitcoins away as part of promotions, or games and contests,
or just because...

Please post in this thread if you know of any other free Bitcoin sites or have any other relevant information pertaining to this subject.

Do your best to point out if any conditions or restrictions of any kind exist that may cause some to think it isn't really that free...
e.g. a gambling site that gives out "free" bitcoins but doesn't allow you to withdraw them and requires that you use them to gamble
at their site... or a site that requires you to perform some task, easy or even fun as it may be, before they give you any coin.  There is
no doubt a gray area with some sites where not everyone would agree the coin is actually free. Feel free to discuss these situations below.  

I will try to update this post with the sites and information that seem to be a good fit. Feel free to give your opinion and make your case
below if you do not agree with anything that I include, or exclude. You also may find some sites listed below, which while they don't exactly
qualify as giving out "free" bitcoins and don't make it into this original post, may still hold some interest for you.  

Please let me know if any of these sites go away or stop giving away bitcoins and I will remove them from this list.
For example there was a site called The bitcoin flower, which would give away a free bitcoin everyday to whoever
was the first to see it in bloom when they loaded the page. It shut down late last year ( 2011 ) with a message
that it was closed for the winter. It didn't bloom again in the spring. Must not have been a perennial.

If you find this list has been helpful to you in getting your first BTC and you appreciate the time put in to verify these
sites, and to compile and maintain this list, please consider a small donation
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Bitcoin:    1Figz2X9xwoicy9a1iYxU5wuvvjSDRWe8Z
Litecoin:   LPRNgA9CWgpCTv6J3btYUwDesNi9jaQY6p
 

Thanks to all who participate and contribute in their own way.


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Moon Bitcoin  x d ( not working/redirection )

Siizo.com  f ( payout too small )

Bitaler  f ( not working )

Bitcoins 4 Me!  d ( gone )

Bitcoin Showers  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

DC Faucet  f ( gone )

LeakyBitcoins  f ( pop-ups )

Field Bitcoins  x d ( pop-ups )

GetFree.co.in  d ( pop-ups )

bitcoin4me.dk  f ( disabled )

Aqua Bitcoin  f ( payout too small )

Daily Free Bits  f ( payout too small )

Green Bitcoin  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin Zebra Faucet  x d ( Not working with ad-blockers  )

CM Monitor Bitcoin Faucet  f ( Down for maintenance long time  )

Qoin Faucet  f ( payout too small )

InFaucet  f ( payout too small )

Coin Tasker Bitcoin Faucet  x f  ( too often empty )

The Ravishing Red Faucet  p ( "Unable to verify captcha" )

DomusBTC.ga  f ( pop-ups )

CryptoBlox  d f ( not paying out )

FaucetNet Faucet  p ( unreadable captcha; low payout )

LuckyCoin.me  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Pink Tussy Bitcoins  f ( too often empty )

Happy Putin Coins  f ( too often empty )

MezzaBank  f ( too often empty )

10XBTC.COM  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

PrimeBitcoin  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Captchas Rocks  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Free Bitcoin Home  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Faucet of America  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

P+P Faucet  f ( asking for personal information )

BTCon.net  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Shark Bitcoin  p ( "Insufficient funds" )

Shinobi Faucet  p ( "Insufficient funds" )

Lucky Bit Faucet  f ( down long time )

TheBitcoinSheep  f ( redirecting to other site )

Bitcoin Canada  f ( redirecting to other site )

Rtube  f ( redirecting to other site )

Bitcoiner  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

DanceFaucet  d ( asking for personal information )

OrangeBits  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Red Coins  d ( payout too small and/or min. withdrawal balance too high )

Bitcoin Faucet.tk  d ( payout too small and/or min. withdrawal balance too high )

Bitcoin Faucet Club  f ( gone )

FastBitcoins  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Cryptbond  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoinfaucet.ga  f ( discontinued )

SpeedBit  f ( gone )

Free BTC Giveaway  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

SatoshiFaucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Spektrum Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bit Free Faucet  f ( pop-up )

MoneyInPj's.com  f ( "Insufficient funds" 3 strikes: perma-banned )

Bit Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin Cloud  d ( not paying out )

BTC a Day  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Give You Bitcoin  f ( pop-up )

BitcoinSpace  d ( not paying out )

Bitcoinker Faucet  x f ( not paying out )

Cryptocoin Faucet  x d ( not paying out )

Faucet Cloud  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Faucet Sasa BTC  f ( gone )

Rumah Crypto  f ( gone )

Google Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

FastBitcoin  p ( "Insufficient funds" )

bit-advice  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitprofits.info  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

BTCFaucetList  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

RocketFaucet  f ( gone )

Rob the Coins  f ( gone )

egold.exchange  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Coin-Machine  f ( gone )

Mega-Faucet  f ( gone )

BitCentric.Net  f ( gone )

Fast Bitcoin Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Breaking Faucet  p ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitcoinFast  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitMais Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Big-Coin.eu  f ( redirection )

77Bitcoins.com  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin Monkey  f ( discontinued )

GigaBit Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

MarioFaucet  p ( gone )

BTC Rumor  m ( microwallet not paying out )

Phuk-IT Bitcoin Faucet  m ( microwallet not paying out )

Awesome Bitcoin faucet  m ( "Insufficient funds" )

btctap.bissnes.net  m ( "Insufficient funds" )

coin.bissnes.net  m ( gone )

Satoshis.Gratis  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin Faucet Fr  f ( gone )

coin-tap.biz  m  f ( gone; virus warning )

HotSwap Micro Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

bitblogshare  f ( gone )

JustFaucet.net  f ( pop-up )

Free BTC Faucet  f ( trojan/virus download on click )

blackmilk faucet  f ( gone )

Bitcoin's Best Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Best Bitcoin Faucet  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

100Satoshi  m ( trojan/virus download on click )

GetBitCo  m ( trojan/virus download on click )

Bitcoin Frenzy  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

ChutaFaucet  m ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitcoinGator  m ( "Insufficient funds" )

CryptoDrips  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

freebitcoin.su  m ( "failed to send" )

freebtc-faucet.com  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Pulp Faucet  p ( "Insufficient funds" )

Moar Than Bitcoin  f ( "unknown error" )

Bitcoin IMGXD.com  f ( pop-up )

Bitcoin Tree  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

777bitco.in  d  ( discontinued )

Satoshis 4 Us  m ( gone )

BitcoinFreebees  m ( gone; redirecting to another site )

MoneyInPj's  m ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin Genie  m ( gone; redirecting to another site )

BitFarm  f ( pop-up )

Crocodile  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitCoinBee  m ( gone )

A Bit Faucet 4 Us  m ( gone )

omux.ru  f m  ( not paying out )

omux2.ru  f m  ( not paying out )

BitPrepay  f ( "Insufficient funds" )

Rabbitcoin ( gone )

Fairy Faucet ( pop-up )

DarCoins.com ( "Insufficient funds" )

freebitcoins.nx.tc ( "unknown error" )

Bitcoins4free ( "unknown error" )

BTCmountain ( pop-up )

ForeverCo.in ( gone )

bit-coin-free.com ( gone )

Quick Bit Cash ( gone )

League of Bitcoin ( gone )

KnowBitcoin ( "Insufficient funds" )

FreeCoin4.me ( "Insufficient funds" )

Basic Bitcoin ( "Insufficient funds" )

BtcBro.com ( "Insufficient funds" )

Satoshi Faucet ( failed to send )

CoinRacket ( gone )

the-never-ending-story.com ( "Insufficient funds" )

QoinBox ( "Insufficient funds" )

aQoinFaucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Flying Faucet ( pop-up )

Super BTC Faucet ( not operational )

Treasure Faucet ( pop-up )

Best BTC Faucet ( pop-up )

The Running Faucet ( pop-up )

Pizza Faucet ( pop-up )

Free City Of Bitcoin Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Anchor Faucet ( pop-up )

coincheckin.com ( not paying 'on hold' balances )

bittyfaucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin FRAX ( gone )

freebitcoins.ml ( gone )

PocketCoin.us ( discontinued )

Bitcoin Apple ( pop-up )

bitfaucet.byethost24.com ( "Insufficient funds" )

SfreeBTC ( pop-up )

Our BTC Site ( pop-up )

MoonBitcoin Faucet ( gone )

CoinPrizes.com ( redirecting to non-faucet site )

EasyBitcoins ( gone )

Free Bitcoin Rocks ( "Insufficient funds" )

Your Coin Faucet ( gone )

btcfaucet.co.uk ( gone )

Micro Datafaucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

FreebieFaucet ( redirecting to another site )

Gloopy Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

CoinFaucet.biz ( pop-up )

Freebitcoinz.tk ( "Insufficient funds" )

FreeFaucet.cf ( pop-up )

777BTC.cf ( pop-up )

Bitcoin For You - Faucet ( pop-up )

23coins ( pop-up )

ZKNFaucet ( pop-up )

Dizzybitcoin ( "Insufficient funds" )

Vitrinear Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Freebit ( not working )

Zero3 Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Blue Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Orange Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Ogsi Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Lots of bitcoins ( "Insufficient funds" )

BTC25.net ( disabled )

Maxfaucet ( discontinued )

Free Bits Daily ( redirecting to another site )

Coinbin.net ( discontinued )

Crypto_Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Faucet Cryptbond ( redirecting popup )

Sexy Bitcoin ( "Insufficient funds" )

BtcRevShare.net ( "Insufficient funds" )

Le BTC Faucet ( redirecting popup )

FreakFaucet ( gone )

Silver Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

bitganancias.com ( redirecting )

Free-Cryptocoins ( "Insufficient funds" )

Big Btc Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Fermagoldin.ru ( gone )

BitcoinDropper ( "Insufficient funds" )

Your Free BTC ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin Barrel Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

ForCrypto ( "Insufficient funds" )

bitcoinwork.info ( "failed to send" )

earnbitcoins4free.com ( redirecting to another site )

Bitcoin World Info ( "failed to send" )

Bitcoin Tap ( "Insufficient funds" )

Free Bitcoins Today ( "Insufficient funds" )

BTCBlok ( "access denied" )

CoinCollectors ( pop-up )

KharZ Bitcoin ( too spammy for little reward )

Satoshi Reserve ( deception: adfly link disguised as faucet submission button )

FreebieCoin ( disabled )

GrabSatoshi.com ( missing captcha )

SatoshiBear Faucet ( pop-up )

Bitcoinpedia.net ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitCoinXD ( pop-up )

LimeBtc Faucet ( pop-up )

dustbinhead ( pop-up )

GoGoBTC ( pop-up )

Free Bitcoin 24 ( pop-up )

PayFaucet ( pop-up )

CoinerFaucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

QoinMicro ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin-Freebie.com ( "Insufficient funds" )

BtcoinMx ( redirecting to another site )

bitcoin4free.com ( gone )

free-bitcoins.in ( gone )

Chesimangia V3 ( built-in web miner )

Bitprize Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Dance Faucet ( gone )

Panzetti Faucet ( redirecting to another site )

Bit Chest ( not paying out )

CoinBox.me ( not paying out )

BitCrate ( perpetually empty )

HotBitcoins ( "Insufficient funds" )

Bitcoin-Ace Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Big-Coin ( gone )

Rankyx Faucet ( redirecting to another site )

Historic Resort City Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Zen Faucet ( gone )

El_Happy Faucet ( gone )

FireFaucet ( gone )

BitcoinMinerz.com Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

HourlyBitcoins ( "Insufficient funds" )

HotBitco.in ( timer resets and never times down )

bitcoinfaucet.net ( gone )

HourlyFaucet ( gone )

Faucet Turkey ( "Insufficient funds" )

GetFreeBTC ( "bandwidth limit exceeded" )

Bitcoin Tsunami ( "Insufficient funds" )

Coin Fire Faucet ( disabled )

btc-gratis.tk ( gone )

Fr33bitcoin ( closed )

Multifauceted ( "Insufficient funds" )

Free-btc.cu.cc ( gone )

uBTCpay ( "Invalid API key" )

Free-bit.co.in ( "Invalid API key" )

BTCflow.net ( not paying out )

Voxhit BTC Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Fibonacci Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

AnonProfile BTC Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

BtcFaucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

CroBits ( redirecting to another site )

MMOclub.com Faucet ( not paying out )

CleverPuffin Bitcoin Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

CoinFaucet.tk ( "Insufficient funds" )

TheFreeBitcoin Faucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitcoinFreeFaucet ( "Insufficient funds" )

Free 50 Satoshi ( "Insufficient funds" )

BitCoin4YOU.net ( not paying out )
Earn Bitcoins for visiting websites

CoinTube.TV ( "Watching Videos is temporarily disabled" )
Earn Bitcoins for watching TV

Earn Free Bitcoins ( very frequent failure to connect )
Earn small amounts of Bitcoins in exchange for visiting websites for a designated period of time.

Birkofaucet ( gone )

Coin Omega ( perpetually empty )

RealFaucet.com ( gone )

CheSiMangia ( too spammy for little reward )

Micro Rainbow Faucet ( gone )

Microfaucet ( closed )

DailyFreeBitcoin ( gone )

FreeBitcoinz.com ( not paying out )

GimmeFreeBtc ( gone )

memorydealers ( offer expired )
Learn how here.

CrazyRabbi's Free Mining Giveaway ( discontinued temporarily(?) )

Bitcoin Tree ( dried up )

Coin ♥ Love ♥ Chest ( discontinued )
See here for more info.

BitVegas ( gone )
"For Minecraft lovers that want to get paid to play the game." See here for more info.

CoinChat ( gone )

BitVisit ( gone )

Easybitco.in ( not paying out )

FreeBTC.pw ( gone )

Seals with Clubs  ( BTC one can win doesn't qualify as "Free" )

Freebitcoins.es ( "Servicio no disponible" )

Nahtnam's Faucet ( perpetually empty; abandoned )
Coinbase account/address required.

DailyFreeBitcoin ( not paying out )

bitcoininformation.info ( discontinued )

GratisBitcoin.de ( not paying out )

Bunny Run ( pays out only dust )

FuckSake Faucet ( not paying out )

Freebtc.Ganey.co.uk ( not paying out )

Faucet.boxcoin.org ( not paying out )

Faucet.xparadox.co.uk ( gone )

BitcoinWorld Faucet ( dried up and gone )

GetFreeBitcoin ( gone )
TwitterGames. See here for more info.

Know a Bit More ( gone )
Learn about a site; Answer a question; And earn BTC

CoinVisitor ( discontinued )

NewbCoin ( not paying out )

BitHits.info ( not paying out )

cointicket.org ( discontinued - "dried out" )

BitcoinForest ( discontinued )
Doing offers not necessary to get a payout.

BitcoinBlogger Faucet ( not working )
Free Inputs.io wallet required.

CFM Faucet ( not working )

Vote - Hartcode ( not working )

Free bitcoins - netlookup.se ( discontinued - "dried out Sad" )

Free.BTC.pt ( discontinued )
Watch videos to earn BTC. See here for more info.

Free BitCoin Daily Scratchcard ( not paying out )
You need to use a BTC address that has received 0.005 or more.

Nakabot's Bitcoin Faucet  ( gone )
(Tor hidden service)

bitcoins.so  ( discontinued )

Omnicoins ( offer discontinued; quota reached )
Learn how here.

BitcoinFaucet.at ( shutdown )
See this post if you are not getting payouts like you should.

kickme.to/goxkeygen ( discontinued )
MtGox account needed to redeem the code one receives.

bitcoinpixels.com  ( gone )
0.01 BTC free when signing up to betfair. See here for more info.

Bitcoin Addict ( not paying out )

Paperco.in faucet ( perpetually empty )
Scan a QR code to reveal a MtGox code for 0.0007 BTC.

DailyBtc free scratch-off ( discontinued )
You can do the scratch-off for free without needing to enter the lottery. See here for more info.

Bitcoincaptha.org ( Not paying out )

Free weekly Bitcoin lottery ( discontinued )

freebtc.com ( gone )

BTCFree.net ( gone )

mycryptcoin.com ( gone )

!FIVEMinuteCoin.com ( gone )

Oscry ( shut down )
0.0001 BTC to a given Bitcoin address, once per day per user.



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Coinad looks like Daily Bitcoins Huh
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Coinad looks like Daily Bitcoins Huh

that's because it's a clone

hooray for twice as many daily bitcoins Cheesy


lol I guess that is another way to look at i! Tongue
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service. 

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.   

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Seals has a free poker tournament every hour with a .05BTC prize. There are larger free tournaments from time to time.

Play Bitcoin Poker at sealswithclubs.eu. We're active and open to everyone.
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service.  

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.    

What is that you pay then ? of course its free!! as in you get paid in bitcoins for reading ??
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service.  

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.    

What is that you pay then ? of course its free!! as in you get paid in bitcoins for reading ??

by that logic, whenever you pay for a service, the service provider is getting FREE money!
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Good point, payb.tc -- as long as "free" means making no purchases - I could use people to find me good prices on certain items... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74053.msg819614

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Coinslot.org, limited to <50 payouts total per day of 0.001 each

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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service.  

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.    

What is that you pay then ? of course its free!! as in you get paid in bitcoins for reading ??

That isn't free, you are paying bitcoins for people to do something for you. And I agree shouldn't be in the OP.

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March 26, 2012, 03:46:31 PM
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Your mom's wallet.

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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service.  

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.    

What is that you pay then ? of course its free!! as in you get paid in bitcoins for reading ??

That isn't free, you are paying bitcoins for people to do something for you. And I agree shouldn't be in the OP.

Uhhh its not different then any of the services mentioned above. They are saying "do something" and get bitcoins.  How is any it different?
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March 26, 2012, 03:51:42 PM
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service.  

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.    

What is that you pay then ? of course its free!! as in you get paid in bitcoins for reading ??

by that logic, whenever you pay for a service, the service provider is getting FREE money!


Advertisers are paying for all the services mentioned above so by your logic it isn't free.
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com

I wouldn't consider that free. You are paying for a service.  

You are free to provide this suggestion here for everyone to consider but I don't think it is worthy for inclusion in the OP.
Others are of course free to give their opinions.    

What is that you pay then ? of course its free!! as in you get paid in bitcoins for reading ??

by that logic, whenever you pay for a service, the service provider is getting FREE money!


Advertisers are paying for all the services mentioned above so by your logic it isn't free.

It probably comes down to questions such as:
Are they doing something they enjoy doing?
Are they performing a service for you or another?
Are they doing something they would do themselves if they weren't being given bitcoins?

Different people may have different opinions. Myself I don't think FeedZeBirds qualifies either since they are asking for one to perform the service
of retweeting advertising. Some may find that is so easy, and maybe even fun and/or fulfilling, that getting bitcoin for that service is as good as free,
but another may find it a waste of time and may not like sending, what they consider spam, to all their followers. They may even end up losing
some followers because of it.

Hey does anyone want to come over and help me build an addition on to my home? I will give you "free" bitcoins if you do.   Cheesy
  

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March 26, 2012, 04:09:53 PM
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Seals has a free poker tournament every hour with a .05BTC prize. There are larger free tournaments from time to time.

I am not too familiar with your site. Could you answer a few questions please?

When you say a "free tournament", what does that mean?
Does that mean there is no entry fee?
Does it require member/players to risk their own money?
Is membership at your site free?
Are bitcoins/chips given for free to allow people to play in those tournaments?
Are players allowed to withdraw all their winnings afterward with no conditions?

Thank you.

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March 26, 2012, 04:12:11 PM
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I fully understand   Smiley I'm not saying include it  I'm just pointing out that you do get free bitcoins since that was the point of this post if I'm right ?  I was merely stating counter-facts to some points that weren't valid.

As for  the question are they doing something they enjoy - I don't know how you can determine it but ok!
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Coinslot.org, limited to <50 payouts total per day of 0.001 each

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Coin slot is a site designed to give away Bitcoins in exchange for completing ad offers.

Paying for a service; not free.

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Coinslot.org, limited to <50 payouts total per day of 0.001 each

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Coin slot is a site designed to give away Bitcoins in exchange for completing ad offers.

Paying for a service; not free.

umm Dailybitcoins and Coinads isn't free then ? as an advertiser you pay for impressions or  pay for people to visit your site to win prizes ?
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