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June 04, 2012, 10:50:18 AM
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Well, newbies, I figured you all might want to get your first few bitcents. They might not seem like much at first, but they'll give you better interest than a bank. Plus, they add up, especially if you bookmark and do them every day. For most of them, you have to look at a few ads (click on a few, makes money for the site owners) and enter a CAPTCHA and a receiving address. Then, just wait a while- as many as 24 hours depending on the service- and there you go! It's quite the run-around, I know, but free money!

Bitcoin Faucet (Once, I think): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcrate (Daily): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Daily Bitcoins (Daily, duh) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinAd (Daily)  https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
MyCryptCoin (Hourly!) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
FiveMinuteCoin (Twice Daily) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
24 Hour Coin (Daily, be sure to click the ad)   https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin Dispenser (Basically a free-to-enter lottery) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinSlot (Daily, never actually gotten a payment) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinWorker (Do boring, menial work for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin CAPTCHA (Solve CAPTCHAs for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for shortening links: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for completing surveys: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php


Great list. I am especially intrigued by the CoinWorker.

And IMHO http://www.freedigitalmoney.com is much better alternative to http://www.freebitcoins.org/

And here are links to my recent favorite for making profit from BitCoins in the long run:
http://www.pyramining.com/referral/x2afs4hyg    2012-05-29 17:03:38 UTC    2012-06-12 22:00:44 UTC

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http://www.pyramining.com/referral/zck9qnr72
http://www.pyramining.com/referral/zdq7kn4x3
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June 04, 2012, 10:51:06 AM
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Usefull, thanks  Grin

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June 04, 2012, 04:52:42 PM
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Nice, but the amounts are SOOOO low
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June 04, 2012, 05:59:01 PM
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Nice, but the amounts are SOOOO low

Still better than the interest you'd get from a bank.  Plus, if nothing else, it's paying transaction fees for ya.

Shocking, obligatory charity code:
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Free BTC every hour:
http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=1CccBJE7BCTJEvRN9Uxfgwbr11fSaUvjFe

And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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June 04, 2012, 06:00:08 PM
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Well, newbies, I figured you all might want to get your first few bitcents. They might not seem like much at first, but they'll give you better interest than a bank. Plus, they add up, especially if you bookmark and do them every day. For most of them, you have to look at a few ads (click on a few, makes money for the site owners) and enter a CAPTCHA and a receiving address. Then, just wait a while- as many as 24 hours depending on the service- and there you go! It's quite the run-around, I know, but free money!

Bitcoin Faucet (Once, I think): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcrate (Daily): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Daily Bitcoins (Daily, duh) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinAd (Daily)  https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
MyCryptCoin (Hourly!) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
FiveMinuteCoin (Twice Daily) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
24 Hour Coin (Daily, be sure to click the ad)   https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin Dispenser (Basically a free-to-enter lottery) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinSlot (Daily, never actually gotten a payment) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinWorker (Do boring, menial work for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin CAPTCHA (Solve CAPTCHAs for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for shortening links: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for completing surveys: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php


Great list. I am especially intrigued by the CoinWorker.

And IMHO http://www.freedigitalmoney.com is much better alternative to http://www.freebitcoins.org/

And here is a link to my recent favorite for making profit from BitCoins in the long run:
http://www.pyramining.com/referral/x2afs4hyg

Coinworker's great, but one word of advice: Don't do anything worth less than five points. The best ones are near the bottom and say "Answer a few questions about a website", but all of the 10+ point ones are worth it.

Shocking, obligatory charity code:
1Gimmiec4KSrcKR3t6xoReJd4rNGt8zM58

Free BTC every hour:
http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=1CccBJE7BCTJEvRN9Uxfgwbr11fSaUvjFe

And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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June 04, 2012, 06:26:10 PM
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I believe the payout from Coinworker is equal to about 1 USD per hour, if you consider how long it takes to complete a task and how much you are paid for doing so.

Skude.se/BTC - an easier way to request your daily free coins!
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June 04, 2012, 07:09:12 PM
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Well, newbies, I figured you all might want to get your first few bitcents. They might not seem like much at first, but they'll give you better interest than a bank. Plus, they add up, especially if you bookmark and do them every day. For most of them, you have to look at a few ads (click on a few, makes money for the site owners) and enter a CAPTCHA and a receiving address. Then, just wait a while- as many as 24 hours depending on the service- and there you go! It's quite the run-around, I know, but free money!

Bitcoin Faucet (Once, I think): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcrate (Daily): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Daily Bitcoins (Daily, duh) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinAd (Daily)  https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
MyCryptCoin (Hourly!) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
FiveMinuteCoin (Twice Daily) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
24 Hour Coin (Daily, be sure to click the ad)   https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin Dispenser (Basically a free-to-enter lottery) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinSlot (Daily, never actually gotten a payment) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinWorker (Do boring, menial work for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin CAPTCHA (Solve CAPTCHAs for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for shortening links: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for completing surveys: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Many thanks!
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June 04, 2012, 07:21:27 PM
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I believe the payout from Coinworker is equal to about 1 USD per hour, if you consider how long it takes to complete a task and how much you are paid for doing so.

Coinworker's great for killing time if you don't mind repetitive work. When there aren't any good ones available, Bitcoin CAPTCHA's good for some little change. https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php

Shocking, obligatory charity code:
1Gimmiec4KSrcKR3t6xoReJd4rNGt8zM58

Free BTC every hour:
http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=1CccBJE7BCTJEvRN9Uxfgwbr11fSaUvjFe

And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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June 05, 2012, 07:57:36 PM
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For CoinWorker you just need to wait for the right tasks. Right now there's one up which pays $0.01/2 pages, but those 2 pages can be done in 15 seconds... that's $2.40 / hour
And Fisher Investments uses CrowdFlower heavily, and their tasks pay $0.15/page, and the pages aren't that hard, so you can make a dollar in 2 minutes with them.

Supply and demand, man. Stop doing the underpaid tasks and they'll start paying more.

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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June 06, 2012, 06:52:26 PM
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Well, newbies, I figured you all might want to get your first few bitcents. They might not seem like much at first, but they'll give you better interest than a bank. Plus, they add up, especially if you bookmark and do them every day. For most of them, you have to look at a few ads (click on a few, makes money for the site owners) and enter a CAPTCHA and a receiving address. Then, just wait a while- as many as 24 hours depending on the service- and there you go! It's quite the run-around, I know, but free money!

Bitcoin Faucet (Once, I think): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcrate (Daily): https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Daily Bitcoins (Daily, duh) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinAd (Daily)  https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
MyCryptCoin (Hourly!) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
FiveMinuteCoin (Twice Daily) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
24 Hour Coin (Daily, be sure to click the ad)   https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin Dispenser (Basically a free-to-enter lottery) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinSlot (Daily, never actually gotten a payment) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
CoinWorker (Do boring, menial work for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
Bitcoin CAPTCHA (Solve CAPTCHAs for BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for shortening links: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php
BTC for completing surveys: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php


Great list. I am especially intrigued by the CoinWorker.

And IMHO http://www.freedigitalmoney.com is much better alternative to http://www.freebitcoins.org/

And here is a link to my recent favorite for making profit from BitCoins in the long run:
http://www.pyramining.com/referral/eksc9g4qz

Coinworker's great, but one word of advice: Don't do anything worth less than five points. The best ones are near the bottom and say "Answer a few questions about a website", but all of the 10+ point ones are worth it.

Thanx for a tip!

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June 07, 2012, 07:48:17 AM
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Now that the links that use CoinURL have been blocked, try these direct ones (with my affiliate code)

Bitcoin Faucet (One per Google account): https://freebitcoins.appspot.com/
Bitcrate (Daily): www.bitcrate.net/index.php?ref=165
Daily Bitcoins (Daily, duh) http://dailybitcoins.org/?ref=14FZtMsrpeShens5B3mjygYbP8RccYYnpa
CoinAd (Daily)  https://www.coinad.com/?r=0oqnmh
MyCryptCoin (Hourly!) http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=14FZtMsrpeShens5B3mjygYbP8RccYYnpa
FiveMinuteCoin (Twice Daily) http://www.fiveminutecoin.com/?ref=14FZtMsrpeShens5B3mjygYbP8RccYYnpa
24 Hour Coin (Daily, be sure to click the ad)   http://24hourcoins.weebly.com/ (seems defunct)
Bitcoin Dispenser (Basically a free-to-enter lottery) http://dispenser.bitbank.me/
CoinSlot (Daily, never actually gotten a payment) http://www.coinslot.org/
CoinWorker (Do boring, menial work for BTC) http://coinworker.com/
Bitcoin CAPTCHA (Solve reCAPTCHAs for BTC) http://bitcoincaptcha.org/index.php
BTC for shortening links: https://coinurl.com/index.php (the one that just got blocked on this site)
BTC for completing surveys: http://www.freebitcoins.org/

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June 07, 2012, 09:02:57 AM
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Now that the links that use CoinURL have been blocked, try these direct ones (with my affiliate code)

Bitcoin Faucet (One per Google account): https://freebitcoins.appspot.com/
Bitcrate (Daily): www.bitcrate.net/index.php?ref=165
Daily Bitcoins (Daily, duh) http://dailybitcoins.org/?ref=14FZtMsrpeShens5B3mjygYbP8RccYYnpa
CoinAd (Daily)  https://www.coinad.com/?r=0oqnmh
MyCryptCoin (Hourly!) http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=14FZtMsrpeShens5B3mjygYbP8RccYYnpa
FiveMinuteCoin (Twice Daily) http://www.fiveminutecoin.com/?ref=14FZtMsrpeShens5B3mjygYbP8RccYYnpa
24 Hour Coin (Daily, be sure to click the ad)   http://24hourcoins.weebly.com/ (seems defunct)
Bitcoin Dispenser (Basically a free-to-enter lottery) http://dispenser.bitbank.me/
CoinSlot (Daily, never actually gotten a payment) http://www.coinslot.org/
CoinWorker (Do boring, menial work for BTC) http://coinworker.com/
Bitcoin CAPTCHA (Solve reCAPTCHAs for BTC) http://bitcoincaptcha.org/index.php
BTC for shortening links: https://bitcointalk.org/annoyance.php.php (the one that just got blocked on this site)
BTC for completing surveys: http://www.freebitcoins.org/



Thanks for this, I wouldn't have realized that the ad links didn't work any more without ya.

Shocking, obligatory charity code:
1Gimmiec4KSrcKR3t6xoReJd4rNGt8zM58

Free BTC every hour:
http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=1CccBJE7BCTJEvRN9Uxfgwbr11fSaUvjFe

And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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June 07, 2012, 09:10:41 AM
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Nice post really like it best for newbies like me !! thanks once again
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June 07, 2012, 08:01:15 PM
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I get my free bitcoins at sealswithclubs.eu/?aff=12 Seals With Clubs where you have free roll every hour for 0.05 btc.

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June 07, 2012, 08:22:42 PM
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Could you add BitcoinPixels.com

Get bitcoin for signing up to cashback websites via bitcoinpixels.com. These are cashback websites (definition below) links. If you haven't already joined or discovered cashback sites; you're in for a treat Smiley

Sign up to the ads via  BitcoinPixels.com

0.1 BTC for joining Quidco requirement being to earn £5 in cashback
0.5BTC for joining Topcashback.com requirement being to earn $10 in cashback    <-- US Residents
1.0BTC for joining Topcashback.co.uk requirement being to earn £10 in cashback
0.7BTC for joining Cashback.co.uk requirement being to earn £15 in cashback

BitcoinPixels.com advertised bitcoin related businesses and websites. To increase traffic and hopefully increase content! I am giving bitcoin to those who use my referral links and meet the requirements. Requirement being to earn a bit of cashback, easily done via:

1. Free trials - Netflix and Lovefilm are a couple good ones I can think of.

Currently Netflix: USA+UK Residents, 1 month free trails earns you $12 cashback! Bam! you've met the requirement for Bitcoin. 0.5BTC on your way via the topcashback.com link, 1.0BTC if you're a UK resident joining via topcashback.co.uk.

Currently Lovefilm: UK residents, join via the cashback.co.uk link get £8 cashback. Well on your way.


2. Cashback on purchases, Just visit play.com, amazon.com etc, via the cashback site to earn a percentage back as cashback.


3. Sign up to bingo/gambling sites. They often give equal, if not more in cashback than the wagering requirements needed to qualify for the cashback. Just don't get addicted.

Once you have met the requirements just PM here or better email me at btcpix@bitcoinpixels.com with your cashback username and bitcoin address.


What is a Cashback Website?

When a customer makes a purchase online, instead of visiting the retailer directly, they may choose to go via a cashback website in order to generate a monetary reward for buying the products or services. The cashback website will receive a commission from the retailer and once the purchase, free trial, or information request is confirmed, that commission will be shared with the customer who made the purchase. This means that the cashback site makes a profit on the sale, free trial or information request and the consumer gets to recoup some of the initial outlay back or if they had a free trial or information request earn some money from it.

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June 08, 2012, 08:56:23 AM
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Faucet helper: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=84112.msg927070

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June 15, 2012, 11:50:22 PM
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Money-bumpin', don't mind me.

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1Gimmiec4KSrcKR3t6xoReJd4rNGt8zM58

Free BTC every hour:
http://mycryptcoin.com/?rid=1CccBJE7BCTJEvRN9Uxfgwbr11fSaUvjFe

And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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November 27, 2012, 08:57:12 PM
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Hello,
Sorry to up but I would like show you my website with all these websites to earn free bitcoins :

http://[Suspicious link removed]/V4kbqP (= http://freebitcoins.e-monsite.com/pages/daily-bitcoins.html)

Thanks & Enjoy :-)

All free websites which give you bitcoins in my website on my profil :-)
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November 28, 2012, 03:29:19 AM
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If anyone gets bored with the whole bitcoin thing, please don't waste 'em.  Here's an address you can send them to where they will be eagerly appreciated:

1FRjxySb17EZMtjXrzrEXta2QqjBpcjSt4

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I earned through the listings   Kiss
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