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October 03, 2014, 12:18:15 AM
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I agree that faucets are a waist of time you could spend years on them and seemingly not even earn a penny

You spelt waste wrong mate. Wink


corrected lol A little sleepy at the moment lol

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October 03, 2014, 12:33:59 AM
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I agree that faucets are a waist of time you could spend years on them and seemingly not even earn a penny

You spelt waste wrong mate. Wink


corrected lol A little sleepy at the moment lol

No worries. Smiley

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October 03, 2014, 03:42:40 AM
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I understand now...
What about the faucet websites?
Do they buy them bitcoins or they earn them?
That was the idea of starting my bitcoin adventure Smiley

Faucets are a waste of time and energy.  You can go collect a thousand times at faucets and maybe end up with a couple of pennies.

If you're patient enough, you should "level up" here in Bitcointalk forum, then join a signature campaign if you want to get paid in Bitcoin for free(get paid for posting).  Much more efficient way to get decent amounts of BTC without mining expenses.

Sig campaigns are dying out as quickly as home mining.
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October 03, 2014, 04:39:35 AM
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With the rising price of electricity and costly equipment, mining could be not profitable together with the increasing difficulty.
You can try faucets to earn free coins or rent or buy hash powers.  Cheesy

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October 03, 2014, 07:02:02 AM
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I understand now...
What about the faucet websites?
Do they buy them bitcoins or they earn them?
That was the idea of starting my bitcoin adventure Smiley

Faucets are a waste of time and energy.  You can go collect a thousand times at faucets and maybe end up with a couple of pennies.

If you're patient enough, you should "level up" here in Bitcointalk forum, then join a signature campaign if you want to get paid in Bitcoin for free(get paid for posting).  Much more efficient way to get decent amounts of BTC without mining expenses.

Sig campaigns are dying out as quickly as home mining.

So... No more signature campaigns?

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October 03, 2014, 01:23:44 PM
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There's actually a ton of Signature Campaigns, but like xstr8guy correctly mentioned, they don't last long.

Once you finally a reputable one that will payout, jump on in.  Then if somehow closes, be ready to jump to another one.

Sucks, but that's reality nowadays with Sig campaigns.  Hop on one while they last, then on to the next one.

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October 03, 2014, 03:11:16 PM
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I understand now...
What about the faucet websites?
Do they buy them bitcoins or they earn them?
That was the idea of starting my bitcoin adventure Smiley

Faucets are a waste of time and energy.  You can go collect a thousand times at faucets and maybe end up with a couple of pennies.

If you're patient enough, you should "level up" here in Bitcointalk forum, then join a signature campaign if you want to get paid in Bitcoin for free(get paid for posting).  Much more efficient way to get decent amounts of BTC without mining expenses.

Sig campaigns are dying out as quickly as home mining.
A new one opens up almost every week or 2, but I wouldn't bet on them being available next year, when the new forum comes online.
They will probably set some restrictions to prevent spam.

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May 21, 2017, 09:17:08 PM
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Sorry guys for bumping my old post but i could not pass on that Smiley
Its been only 2.5 years but a tremendous changes have come.
Do you remember the days when bitcoin was $300?  Grin
Even the faucets would make a difference now...

By the way I never both that miner.
I had a faucet website for a while but sold it out in jan 2015 when we had a big drop of the bitcoin.
I was affiliate of many websites and mange to earn 0.1 coins which i sold later for $30...
I hope you had a nice laugh. I did  Grin

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