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January 02, 2014, 04:23:29 PM
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I've got some:

http://www.cleverpuffin.com/faucet
http://www.bitcoinfreefaucet.tk/
http://www.coinfaucet.tk/
http://www.thefreebitcoin.tk/

Also if anyone's interested, I've made a quick and easy faucet browser/surfer at http://faucetsurfer.tk
Basically it lets you collect from 40+ faucets all from one website.

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January 02, 2014, 08:16:20 PM
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Redcoins.co removed from the list.

I was getting close to the minimum balance for a payout when my entire balance was cleared, and no payout.
Others report the same problem with losing their balances and the site not working anymore.

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January 04, 2014, 09:32:43 AM
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I've got some:

http://www.cleverpuffin.com/faucet
http://www.bitcoinfreefaucet.tk/
http://www.coinfaucet.tk/
http://www.thefreebitcoin.tk/

Also if anyone's interested, I've made a quick and easy faucet browser/surfer at http://faucetsurfer.tk
Basically it lets you collect from 40+ faucets all from one website.

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CleverPuffin Faucet gives an error on cash out attempt

"An error has occured - This transaction requires a 0.0002 fee to be accepted by the bitcoin network. Do you want to add it? (This fee does not go to Coinbase.)"



It seems that all of these faucets switched to Microwallet.org, as far as I can see, without cashing out balances.
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January 04, 2014, 09:35:45 AM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
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January 04, 2014, 09:39:52 AM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
check this site already disconnect by OP because long time its not paying any one don't waste your time on this

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January 04, 2014, 05:55:52 PM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
check this site already disconnect by OP because long time its not paying any one don't waste your time on this

Yes it has been removed from the list along with mmoclub.com, which was doing the same and is perhaps run by the same person/group.

Thanks for the reports all the same.   Smiley

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January 04, 2014, 07:26:11 PM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
check this site already disconnect by OP because long time its not paying any one don't waste your time on this

Yes it has been removed from the list along with mmoclub.com, which was doing the same and is perhaps run by the same person/group.

Thanks for the reports all the same.   Smiley

Yeah, both sites look to be run by the same person/group, as you noticed. I just can get a grip on them, sometimes they pay without a hitch, sometimes they give an error and 'eat' the balance.

I just got paid by mmoclub. Dailyfreebitcoin still lists my balance as pending.
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January 05, 2014, 07:19:19 AM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.
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January 05, 2014, 12:18:54 PM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
check this site already disconnect by OP because long time its not paying any one don't waste your time on this

Yes it has been removed from the list along with mmoclub.com, which was doing the same and is perhaps run by the same person/group.

Thanks for the reports all the same.   Smiley

Yeah, both sites look to be run by the same person/group, as you noticed. I just can get a grip on them, sometimes they pay without a hitch, sometimes they give an error and 'eat' the balance.

I just got paid by mmoclub. Dailyfreebitcoin still lists my balance as pending.
don't wast time here on these sites and check some other in post 1 you have some better sites you balance must be pending for long time

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January 05, 2014, 04:44:30 PM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.

Those 19 faucets used to pay much much more before BTC price rose, up to 250 satoshi/click.
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January 05, 2014, 04:50:39 PM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
check this site already disconnect by OP because long time its not paying any one don't waste your time on this

Yes it has been removed from the list along with mmoclub.com, which was doing the same and is perhaps run by the same person/group.

Thanks for the reports all the same.   Smiley

Yeah, both sites look to be run by the same person/group, as you noticed. I just can get a grip on them, sometimes they pay without a hitch, sometimes they give an error and 'eat' the balance.

I just got paid by mmoclub. Dailyfreebitcoin still lists my balance as pending.
don't wast time here on these sites and check some other in post 1 you have some better sites you balance must be pending for long time

Thank you faiza for your concern, but I do get payed by them most of the times so I'll continue clicking Smiley
Everyone is, of course, free to choose for themselves if they are going to click or not. That is why I'm sharing my experience with these two faucets, so people reading this thread could decide if it is worth their time or not.

Anyway, since this not my thread, if Portnoy does not like the way I'm trying to help, all he has to do is to say so, here or PM, and I'll stop.
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January 05, 2014, 05:04:07 PM
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Dailyfreebitcoin.com gives an error on cash out attempt: "An error has occurred during payout. You will be paid out during our next cycle."

Balance listed as Pending, we'll see if they send it. Judging by previous experience - not likely.
check this site already disconnect by OP because long time its not paying any one don't waste your time on this

Yes it has been removed from the list along with mmoclub.com, which was doing the same and is perhaps run by the same person/group.

Thanks for the reports all the same.   Smiley

Yeah, both sites look to be run by the same person/group, as you noticed. I just can get a grip on them, sometimes they pay without a hitch, sometimes they give an error and 'eat' the balance.

I just got paid by mmoclub. Dailyfreebitcoin still lists my balance as pending.
don't wast time here on these sites and check some other in post 1 you have some better sites you balance must be pending for long time

Thank you faiza for your concern, but I do get payed by them most of the times so I'll continue clicking Smiley
Everyone is, of course, free to choose for themselves if they are going to click or not. That is why I'm sharing my experience with these two faucets, so people reading this thread could decide if it is worth their time or not.

Anyway, since this not my thread, if Portnoy does not like the way I'm trying to help, all he has to do is to say so, here or PM, and I'll stop.

I like to think of this thread as not so much mine as the community's. All input on these free Bitcoin sites, both on and off the list, is welcome and appreciated.
Keep up the good work.   Smiley

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January 05, 2014, 05:05:15 PM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.

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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January 05, 2014, 06:09:18 PM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930
he is saying about 0.001781 btc per week and not adding fees for this mean if we just do work on these we have nothing so just do for fun and nothing more

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January 05, 2014, 08:32:48 PM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930
he is saying about 0.001781 btc per week and not adding fees for this mean if we just do work on these we have nothing so just do for fun and nothing more

I think you missed the point of what I said... The *main* point of this list is to get newbies started with using the Bitcoin system...

But I wouldn't say ~ 0.002 BTC is nothing. Especially if Bitcoin goes to five or six digits someday.  When I first started using these free bitcoins sites in late 2011, people were saying the same things as now...
"it is not worth ones time"; "Ones time is better spent looking for lost pennies in the street"... but those people didn't seem to consider that BTC would increase in value compared to those fiat pennies.  I have gotten well over 20 BTC from these 'free BTC', 'earn BTC' and similar sites... it might not have been much back when the market value was between $2 to $5... 

Looking back I don't consider that time wasted.   Wink


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January 06, 2014, 06:05:50 PM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930
he is saying about 0.001781 btc per week and not adding fees for this mean if we just do work on these we have nothing so just do for fun and nothing more

I think you missed the point of what I said... The *main* point of this list is to get newbies started with using the Bitcoin system...

But I wouldn't say ~ 0.002 BTC is nothing. Especially if Bitcoin goes to five or six digits someday.  When I first started using these free bitcoins sites in late 2011, people were saying the same things as now...
"it is not worth ones time"; "Ones time is better spent looking for lost pennies in the street"... but those people didn't seem to consider that BTC would increase in value compared to those fiat pennies.  I have gotten well over 20 BTC from these 'free BTC', 'earn BTC' and similar sites... it might not have been much back when the market value was between $2 to $5...  

Looking back I don't consider that time wasted.   Wink


The thing about the fiat gotten from the pennies/bottle deposits/McD work is that you can use them to buy, you guessed it right, bitcoin. I highly doubt you spent less than 10 hours to earn these 20 BTC. One has to value his time very lowly to spend it earning cents (maybe even tens of cents!) per hour from faucets, when bitcoin can also be bought.
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January 06, 2014, 06:35:06 PM
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What am I missing.  Checked out 19 faucets all using CoinBox for payout.  They average 0.000000279 BTC per 30 minutes (couple an hour I believe).  Even if I were to have enough time to fill out the captcha every 30 minutes for an entire week (336 times per week), that would net me 0.001781 BTC per week, at $866.33 per BTC (current price as shown http://www.coindesk.com/price/) that means my 336 captcha submissions are getting me roughly $1.54 per week.  Obviously as the price (hopefully) increases, it nets me more, but hard to get it to make sense at current prices, unless I'm missing something.

What good is it if one only gets very very small amounts?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.msg1088930#msg1088930
he is saying about 0.001781 btc per week and not adding fees for this mean if we just do work on these we have nothing so just do for fun and nothing more

I think you missed the point of what I said... The *main* point of this list is to get newbies started with using the Bitcoin system...

But I wouldn't say ~ 0.002 BTC is nothing. Especially if Bitcoin goes to five or six digits someday.  When I first started using these free bitcoins sites in late 2011, people were saying the same things as now...
"it is not worth ones time"; "Ones time is better spent looking for lost pennies in the street"... but those people didn't seem to consider that BTC would increase in value compared to those fiat pennies.  I have gotten well over 20 BTC from these 'free BTC', 'earn BTC' and similar sites... it might not have been much back when the market value was between $2 to $5...  

Looking back I don't consider that time wasted.   Wink


The thing about the fiat gotten from the pennies/bottle deposits/McD work is that you can use them to buy, you guessed it right, bitcoin. I highly doubt you spent less than 10 hours to earn these 20 BTC. One has to value his time very lowly to spend it earning cents (maybe even tens of cents!) per hour from faucets, when bitcoin can also be bought.

The two are not mutually exclusive. I bought many back then *and* I also did other things like selling my services for Bitcoin, gambling for Bitcoin, and yes even
using faucets and similar sites... why?  Beside I liked to. 


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January 07, 2014, 05:47:33 AM
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I've got some:

http://www.cleverpuffin.com/faucet
http://www.bitcoinfreefaucet.tk/
http://www.coinfaucet.tk/
http://www.thefreebitcoin.tk/

Also if anyone's interested, I've made a quick and easy faucet browser/surfer at http://faucetsurfer.tk
Basically it lets you collect from 40+ faucets all from one website.

enjoy

great faucet browser thanks..

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January 07, 2014, 09:24:24 AM
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FreeBitcoinz.com
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January 07, 2014, 04:01:00 PM
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Portnoy will check this then many can join this right now very difficult because many coming and going dead in few days without any pay

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