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March 16, 2014, 07:24:48 PM
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Can anyone on here invite me to bitbillions.com? And are there any reports available about its reputation/payouts? On the site it says it is a Bitcoin Foundation Silver Member, though I don't know if that truly amounts to anything.

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March 16, 2014, 07:43:45 PM
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Can anyone on here invite me to bitbillions.com? And are there any reports available about its reputation/payouts? On the site it says it is a Bitcoin Foundation Silver Member, though I don't know if that truly amounts to anything.


Do you see them listed as a silver member?
https://members.bitcoinfoundation.org/current

Also you should be very careful with sites that ask for your personal information in order to sign up, and which has offers and downloads where one can easily get infected with a virus... or at the least you may start getting spammed at the email you provide.

Dubious site seems dubious. 

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March 16, 2014, 09:38:53 PM
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Also you should be very careful with sites that ask for your personal information in order to sign up, and which has offers and downloads where one can easily get infected with a virus... or at the least you may start getting spammed at the email you provide.

Dubious site seems dubious. 

And the more so for all the BS claims of being able to earn piles and piles of BTC regularly, then running a points system instead of direct earnings. Looks VERY much like the standard scam PTC setup - promise the earth, give people dirt.
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March 17, 2014, 12:37:14 AM
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There has been a lot of video captchas on Solvemedia recently. Can you watch normal Youtube videos?

So this is the reason why...  Shocked tsk, apparently youtube was blocked on my network  Sad, wow, thanks for the info,
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March 17, 2014, 12:44:35 AM
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Anyone getting payouts from coinlearn?

I tried contacting the owner/operator of the site - CoinLearn - but haven't heard anything back.

I also have pending, like 2 weeks already? I guess it won't be a paying site anymore.. Cry
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March 17, 2014, 02:44:22 AM
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Do you see them listed as a silver member?
https://members.bitcoinfoundation.org/current

Dubious site seems dubious. 

Thanks man, I checked the full list and they are not currently listed as a Silver Member. It did seem a little dubious, though I suppose I assumed it may have been slightly more legit than most out there. I am fairly new to BTC although I have followed it for a little while. I have put some fiat money into it, all the spare bills I had, and I am looking into ways to build up to my first full coin+.

And the more so for all the BS claims of being able to earn piles and piles of BTC regularly, then running a points system instead of direct earnings. Looks VERY much like the standard scam PTC setup - promise the earth, give people dirt.


Indeed, many of those sites have you slaving away for a couple hours for what amounts to a couple USD pennies. Are there any sites that go above and beyond the few Satoshi most give out? And while I've got your attention, does anybody know of some good, trusted BTC casinos? Where people report decent payouts without a withdraw hassle? Any of them that do sign-up/first deposit bonuses? I would have posted this in the gambling subforum, but didn't want spammers/scammers misinforming me.

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March 17, 2014, 07:48:30 AM
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Indeed, many of those sites have you slaving away for a couple hours for what amounts to a couple USD pennies. Are there any sites that go above and beyond the few Satoshi most give out?

For more money, you'll have to do more work. And for that, you'll need to find people who will pay in BTC, which is still quite rare.

Given BTC's history as a black market currency and the difficulties it faces in being accepted as a legitimate currency by payment processors (and the total lack of consumer protection), proper earning sites are still rare. It's gone into the "next big thing" stage, with all the newspapers and popular sites trying to fit the word "bitcoin" into any article they can... so all the asshole marketers, scammers and idiots are jumping on the bandwagon and doing their best to destroy everything BTC has so far achieved.

That's the thing with faucets: they're free and legitimate (provided they use a micro-payment system or prove their worth). People (not you) complain that they only give out fractions of a cent, but then I don't see those people standing on the street, handing out cash for filling in Captchas. Wink
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March 17, 2014, 03:36:50 PM
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Nice work +1

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March 17, 2014, 05:47:02 PM
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Has anybody heard of http://www.bitcoinplus.com/ or is more experienced than myself and could check it out to see if it seems legit? The premise is letting miners use your computer's power and generating small amounts of BTC for yourself the longer you are on there. Thanks in advance for any answers.

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March 17, 2014, 09:38:36 PM
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Check this site http://allfreebitcoins.pixub.com/

I think it's one of the best faucet lists available on the net with detailed descriptions of what each service does, how much it pays and how much you need to accumulate in order to get paid. The list is kept up-to-date and growing and is not limited to faucets. What I also like is that the information is quite fair and you are warned if there is risk associated with any service.

The site is new but it has definitely been my favourite for a while. A new feature allowing personalized faucet lists is supposed to come soon

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March 17, 2014, 10:00:31 PM
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MicroCatchCoin added to the list.


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March 18, 2014, 09:36:26 AM
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Avast! reports malicious content.
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March 18, 2014, 04:03:01 PM
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Yes one needs to be careful with websites that have lists of free bitcoin sites etc.

It is best to use this list on this forum that is monitored by not only the community but by the forum moderators, to make sure everything that is added to the list is legit and nothing else is going on under the hood. 

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March 18, 2014, 04:45:28 PM
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Anyone getting payouts from coinlearn?

I tried contacting the owner/operator of the site - CoinLearn - but haven't heard anything back.

Heard back this morning. CoinLearn promises a payout "soon". 

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March 18, 2014, 06:37:17 PM
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I contacted the owner of the site (who happens to be my friend) and he was very surprised to say the least that his site was marked as malicious content by both Avast! and McAfee. I'm not technical but he explained that this could be related to the fact that antivirus sites often analyse the rating of the main domain and not the actual subdomain.
Compare http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=allfreebitcoins.pixub.com and http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=pixub.com

I am using Norton Internet Security myself and it never complained about it. Anyway, it's a different discussion and I'm not going to promote the url if it shows as malicious. Just wanted to warn people that many similar sites hosted with "bad" reputation domains could suffer from the same problem.

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March 18, 2014, 10:50:12 PM
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What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930

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March 18, 2014, 11:12:08 PM
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Has anybody heard of http://www.bitcoinplus.com/ or is more experienced than myself and could check it out to see if it seems legit? The premise is letting miners use your computer's power and generating small amounts of BTC for yourself the longer you are on there. Thanks in advance for any answers.

@Portnoy have you ever heard of this site? Has anybody else? It sounds promising for a beginner such as myself who is trying to build up my BTC, but I have no real idea as to its legitimacy and the technical side of how that's possible.

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March 19, 2014, 12:02:45 AM
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Has anybody heard of http://www.bitcoinplus.com/ or is more experienced than myself and could check it out to see if it seems legit? The premise is letting miners use your computer's power and generating small amounts of BTC for yourself the longer you are on there. Thanks in advance for any answers.

@Portnoy have you ever heard of this site? Has anybody else? It sounds promising for a beginner such as myself who is trying to build up my BTC, but I have no real idea as to its legitimacy and the technical side of how that's possible.

It seems to be a web miner. It seems to be legit, but the fact it's mining BTC on a CPU using Java (all three factors decrease your payout) it doesn't give anything near the amount required to pay the electricity, provided you'll get enough to even withdraw.
If you would like to mine coins, I would suggest downloading GUIminer scrypt instead and mine scrypt coins (preferrably Litecoin because it is the largest and most stable of all altcoins). Then, depending on your computer and electricity provider, you will probably go plus (although it's still not guarranteed). However, with this method you will still earn hundreds if not thousands more coins than with the site you linked.

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March 19, 2014, 04:58:35 PM
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Has anybody heard of http://www.bitcoinplus.com/ or is more experienced than myself and could check it out to see if it seems legit? The premise is letting miners use your computer's power and generating small amounts of BTC for yourself the longer you are on there. Thanks in advance for any answers.

@Portnoy have you ever heard of this site? Has anybody else? It sounds promising for a beginner such as myself who is trying to build up my BTC, but I have no real idea as to its legitimacy and the technical side of how that's possible.

I don't trust any sites like this. I feel the era of average individuals getting anything out of mining is long past.
Seriously you will make a lot more from faucets than you will web mining, and you don't get much at all from faucets.

But what good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930

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March 19, 2014, 08:39:05 PM
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Some of the operators of these various sites follow this thread.

If the Red Coins faucet operator is watching this thread, might I suggest a "Check Balance" feature for addresses?  I have some older addresses that I have used to visit faucets and would like to check their balance.  The problem is, I do not want to have to submit a request for free bitcoins, as then my OCD would compel me to visit the faucet to flush out the addresses (for a 40 satoshi hit per hour, 5430 satoshi minimum payout = 136 hours).

Or maybe even change the faucet payout system to use a micro-transaction service like CoinBox or Microwallet?
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