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March 31, 2012, 12:50:30 PM
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Are Daily Bitcoin and freedigitalmoney scam sites?  I've been using these sites for the past 3 days but haven't seen any transactions on my bitcoin client.  I setup new addresses for each site and use them appropriately and it informs me that the x amount will be sent out.
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March 31, 2012, 01:35:50 PM
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General rule: Nothing in life is free, except for a hard time.
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March 31, 2012, 03:10:37 PM
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Daily Bitcoin works just fine.
Free digital money works as well, but it isnt really worth your time. Especially if you have to sign up on a promotion for a few bitcents.
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March 31, 2012, 03:41:39 PM
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Daily Bitcoins works for me, but since the reduction to 0.00025BTC it's hardly worth the seconds it takes.
Say it takes you 10 seconds to go to the site, fill in the captcha and your address and press enter.
You could, in theory, do that 6 x 60 = 360 times in an hour, earning you 360 x 0.00025 x 5 USD = 0.45 USD per hour. I guess it's about the same pay as the poorest factory workers in the third world get.

CoinAd still pays 0.001 BTC, almost 2 USD per hour Smiley

I tried freedigitalmoney just now. They paid me 0.01 BTC for watching a trailer for American Pie: Reunion. It received the peyment maybe 15 minutes after watching the trailer. I'd gladly watch more trailers and get paid for it, but the other things they offer aren't worth the effort.

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March 31, 2012, 04:50:21 PM
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Daily Bitcoins works for me, but since the reduction to 0.00025BTC it's hardly worth the seconds it takes.
check the stats page, and then try and aim for around that time, you might get the 0.002, 0.05 or higher amounts.

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Say it takes you 10 seconds to go to the site, fill in the captcha and your address and press enter.
You could, in theory, do that 6 x 60 = 360 times in an hour, earning you 360 x 0.00025 x 5 USD = 0.45 USD per hour. I guess it's about the same pay as the poorest factory workers in the third world get.
you only get 1 payment per ip address per 24 hours. So, no, you can't do that. Most tor proxies are banned too.

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CoinAd still pays 0.001 BTC, almost 2 USD per hour Smiley
you can get more from them by clicking refresh 10-20 times until you get a higher payment. I've seen 0.003, and I believe there is higher.

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March 31, 2012, 05:02:51 PM
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I know you can make more than one request per 24 hours. I used those calculation to make a comparison with a real salary, and see if the work required to get the payout is worth the effort. That's why I wrote you could do it "in theory".

I believe putting even more time into getting a somewhat bigger payout actually reduces the theoretical salary.

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May 12, 2012, 05:19:29 PM
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May 12, 2012, 07:33:37 PM
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any of the sites that will give you any coins for free are ALWAYS a waste of your time, you may gain a cent worth of bitcoins at the expense of your time and possibly your security.
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May 12, 2012, 08:12:11 PM
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I dont think any site gives away bitcoins its always bitcents, you almost feel dirty doing work at such cheap prices
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May 13, 2012, 12:45:25 AM
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Are Daily Bitcoin and freedigitalmoney scam sites?
No. They give you exactly what they promise, which is not very much. Basically they're only useful for testing if your Bitcoin client is working.

I've been using these sites for the past 3 days but haven't seen any transactions on my bitcoin client.  I setup new addresses for each site and use them appropriately and it informs me that the x amount will be sent out.
Has your Bitcoin client fully synchronised? You will not see your coins or be able to spend them until it has. Try looking up your addresses on blockexplorer.com, you should see your transactions there. If not, were you using Tor? As marked pointed out, most Tor exits are banned by the faucet sites.

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May 13, 2012, 12:11:49 PM
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mycryptcoin.com is working for me - just received my massive payout of 0.001 BTC...
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May 14, 2012, 02:51:56 AM
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Both sites work for me.
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Are Daily Bitcoin and freedigitalmoney scam sites?  I've been using these sites for the past 3 days but haven't seen any transactions on my bitcoin client.  I setup new addresses for each site and use them appropriately and it informs me that the x amount will be sent out.
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May 14, 2012, 03:37:59 AM
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I personally don't look to these types of services, especially as a newbie. I find that keeping my head down and learning is the safest way to go about using bitcoins.
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May 14, 2012, 04:04:48 AM
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i use all of these sites even as a non-newbie who has had relatively large balances at times.

it may take a few seconds, but sometimes i have seconds to spare between more important jobs anyway.

i like to 'collect dust' using a huge list of pre-generated 'offline' addresses that i'll import and consolidate in 5 years' time when they're worth something.
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June 12, 2013, 10:07:58 AM
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General rule: Nothing in life is free, except for a hard time.

totally agree
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June 12, 2013, 10:49:14 AM
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Come on down to abitback.com. We have crowdflower tasks, videos, offers etc and you can do this all while listening to Internet radio which you get paid to listen to as well.

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June 12, 2013, 10:52:09 AM
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i use all of these sites even as a non-newbie who has had relatively large balances at times.

it may take a few seconds, but sometimes i have seconds to spare between more important jobs anyway.

i like to 'collect dust' using a huge list of pre-generated 'offline' addresses that i'll import and consolidate in 5 years' time when they're worth something.



sounds like a plan. how it goes after 1 year?
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June 12, 2013, 10:54:34 AM
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i use all of these sites even as a non-newbie who has had relatively large balances at times.

it may take a few seconds, but sometimes i have seconds to spare between more important jobs anyway.

i like to 'collect dust' using a huge list of pre-generated 'offline' addresses that i'll import and consolidate in 5 years' time when they're worth something.



sounds like a plan. how it goes after 1 year?

Should be going pretty well! And now there's a lot more faucets too: BTC Faucet Rotator. Makes it easier with a rotator too since you can go from one to the next and it keeps up with timers so you earn more in less time/work, Smiley.

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June 12, 2013, 10:57:52 AM
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i use all of these sites even as a non-newbie who has had relatively large balances at times.

it may take a few seconds, but sometimes i have seconds to spare between more important jobs anyway.

i like to 'collect dust' using a huge list of pre-generated 'offline' addresses that i'll import and consolidate in 5 years' time when they're worth something.



sounds like a plan. how it goes after 1 year?

Should be going pretty well! And now there's a lot more faucets too: BTC Faucet Rotator. Makes it easier with a rotator too since you can go from one to the next and it keeps up with timers so you earn more in less time/work, Smiley.

you should make it i submit one time and your site resubmit to dozen sites and solves captchas automatically. Then im in
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June 12, 2013, 11:02:46 AM
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i use all of these sites even as a non-newbie who has had relatively large balances at times.

it may take a few seconds, but sometimes i have seconds to spare between more important jobs anyway.

i like to 'collect dust' using a huge list of pre-generated 'offline' addresses that i'll import and consolidate in 5 years' time when they're worth something.



sounds like a plan. how it goes after 1 year?

Should be going pretty well! And now there's a lot more faucets too: BTC Faucet Rotator. Makes it easier with a rotator too since you can go from one to the next and it keeps up with timers so you earn more in less time/work, Smiley.

you should make it i submit one time and your site resubmit to dozen sites and solves captchas automatically. Then im in


lol, even if I knew how to do that, my goal isn't to hurt any of the faucets. This would be a recipe for disaster.

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