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November 10, 2014, 07:17:32 AM
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i've been hanging out in bitcoin communities for some time now and i've created my first address now in blockchain.info
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now it's time to earn some BTC, and need suggestions

i found the signature campaigns, is there any other way to earn some BTC

any suggestions is appreciated  Roll Eyes

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November 10, 2014, 07:26:48 AM
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Signature campaigns is probably one of the best ways to earn Bitcoin. Alternatives are faucets, or giveaways in the games and round section. I would recommend you to use the faucet at primedice, they have good faucet payout. If you have skills or knowledge in programming, offer your service at the service section to help people to code their program.














 

 

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November 10, 2014, 08:02:57 AM
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You might want to start small, and get a feel for BTC via faucets. I am currently using 5 x faucets and I get 100 000+ Satoshi per week.

It might sound like nothing, but it's good for a begginer. I am not even doing it a lot, so someone going into this, will show better results.

10 x faucets = 200 000 Satoshi per week
15 x faucets = 300 000 Satoshi per week

Use a faucet rotator.

Faucet payments are also at it's highest point now, with the BTC price being so low.

Use any of these sites.

BitcoinZebra --> http://faucet.bitcoinzebra.com


Freebitco.in --> http://http://freebitco.in

These two, pay +/- 500 to 600 Satoshi per hour up to $200 US if you really lucky, so it will put you on your road to some Bitcoins for now.

One of my downline refferals recently won 0.05527458 BTC and I got a percentage of that, so it did help him/her.

Good luck, and if you want more, BTC you might consider selling some kind of service or goods on the Market place on this forum here :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=52.0

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November 10, 2014, 10:40:23 AM
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best way to earn some bitcoins in this forum is either sell something or use sig. camp.
here is the full list:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=615953.0

other than that you can start with faucets, here is the complete list of them:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74046.0

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November 10, 2014, 01:01:01 PM
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Faucets are good if you have many referrals under you. However, if you only earn solo, these faucets may only give you dust and whatnot. I suggest you to be active in this forum, achieve at least the member rank, then try joining a signature campaign. If you are also really good at something, try selling your service over the services section and ask for bitcoins in return.

Good luck on earning your bitcoins bud. Smiley

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November 10, 2014, 01:48:27 PM
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i've been hanging out in bitcoin communities for some time now and i've created my first address now in blockchain.info
1BBAkVCzDN1wqDuAage1WpJWDvsk5xX2vA
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now it's time to earn some BTC, and need suggestions

i found the signature campaigns, is there any other way to earn some BTC

any suggestions is appreciated  Roll Eyes

Forget about faucets and mining bitcoins. Try selling stuff or services here, also if you can do some jobs you can also offer that service here.


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November 10, 2014, 02:17:11 PM
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i've been hanging out in bitcoin communities for some time now and i've created my first address now in blockchain.info
1BBAkVCzDN1wqDuAage1WpJWDvsk5xX2vA
 Cheesy

now it's time to earn some BTC, and need suggestions

i found the signature campaigns, is there any other way to earn some BTC

any suggestions is appreciated  Roll Eyes

Forget about faucets and mining bitcoins. Try selling stuff or services here, also if you can do some jobs you can also offer that service here.

He said : "any other way to earn some BTC" So faucet are an (easy) way to get some Bitcoins.

If BTC price ever go up (+1000$), those small satoshis amount from faucets can be a lot of money

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November 10, 2014, 02:51:40 PM
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November 10, 2014, 05:20:06 PM
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Faucets are a HORRIBLE way to get bitcoins.

Sig campaigns are pretty bad too.

Bitcoin is money.  Therefore, the way you get bitcoins is the same way that you get money:

Get a job.

Sell something.

Provide a service.

Exchange some other form of money.

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November 10, 2014, 05:57:04 PM
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Faucets are a HORRIBLE way to get bitcoins.
Sig campaigns are pretty bad too.
Bitcoin is money.  Therefore, the way you get bitcoins is the same way that you get money:
Get a job.
Sell something.
Provide a service.
Exchange some other form of money.

Come on, stop it with this "faucet bashing" it's not an Horrible way ..?!
I just received 171176 satoshis from faucets yesterday..  @ current price= 0.63/day= 229,95$/year
If the price of Bitcoin goes up (as some ppl say) to + 1000$.. it can be 1.71$day,  625$/year even more..

The problem with the faucets is that people are calculating profitability @ current price.. that's incorrect.
You don't sell those sats you get from faucets right now..! you HOLD them, and wait for the price to go up.... then you can sell.

Back in 2012, someone tipped me 0.1 BTC just to join a facebook group, the value was about 0.50$ back then..
now it's 35$, and i could go up to 100$. That 0.1 looked ridiculous at that time but now it's worth something..SAme thing with faucets.. it may look ridiculous NOW, but it can worth WAY more in the future

My 2 sats









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November 10, 2014, 06:22:18 PM
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Faucets are a HORRIBLE way to get bitcoins.
Sig campaigns are pretty bad too.
Bitcoin is money.  Therefore, the way you get bitcoins is the same way that you get money:
Get a job.
Sell something.
Provide a service.
Exchange some other form of money.

Come on, stop it with this "faucet bashing" it's not an Horrible way ..?!
I just received 171176 satoshis from faucets yesterday..  @ current price= 0.63/day= 229,95$/year
If the price of Bitcoin goes up (as some ppl say) to + 1000$.. it can be 1.71$day,  625$/year even more..

The problem with the faucets is that people are calculating profitability @ current price.. that's incorrect.
You don't sell those sats you get from faucets right now..! you HOLD them, and wait for the price to go up.... then you can sell.

Back in 2012, someone tipped me 0.1 BTC just to join a facebook group, the value was about 0.50$ back then..
now it's 35$, and i could go up to 100$. That 0.1 looked ridiculous at that time but now it's worth something..SAme thing with faucets.. it may look ridiculous NOW, but it can worth WAY more in the future

My 2 sats

Lol. Those are my thoughts on faucets too. Though I got into Bitcoins later than I wish, at least I'm getting some now... that hopefully will be worth more later.

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November 10, 2014, 06:35:04 PM
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Come on, stop it with this "faucet bashing" it's not an Horrible way ..?!

Yes, it is.

I just received 171176 satoshis from faucets yesterday..  @ current price= 0.63/day= 229,95$/year

And how much time and effort did that take you?

Current minimum wage here in Illinois is $8.25 per hour.  That means you could get a job and work for 4 and a half minutes to earn the same amount.

Earthworks Recycling will pay $0.45 per pound for aluminum cans. Here in Illinois 1 pound is about 33 average 12oz beverage cans.  Therefore, if you can find about 46 beverage cans to recycle, you'll have made $0.63.

Furthermore, since you'll have to pay a 10000 satoshi transaction fee for every 5 payments that you received from the faucet, you don't really have 171176 satoshis in spendable funds.  If you received your 171176 satoshis in 17 separate payments, then all you really have in spendable funds right now are 1176 satoshis (about $0.0043, or less than a half a U.S. penny).  I'd make more money taking a 30 minute walk along the beach and looking for pennies that people accidentally dropped out of their pockets.

If the price of Bitcoin goes up (as some ppl say) to + 1000$.. it can be 1.71$day,  625$/year even more..

Perhaps, but there is no guarantee that bitoins will be worth any particular amount in the future.

More importantly though, it doesn't matter how you earn the bitcoins today.  Whatever method you use, they will still be worth more money in the future "if the price of Bitcoin goes up".

No matter what method you use to earn the bitoins today, Faucets are pretty much horrible.  Choose any other method and you'll earn more bitcoins in less time with a better spendable balance (since the payments will be larger, the relative effect of the transaction fee will be smaller).  Then when "the price of Bitcoin goes up", you'll have more money than you would have if you had wasted your time on faucets.

The problem with the faucets is that people are calculating profitability @ current price.. that's incorrect.
You don't sell those sats you get from faucets right now..! you HOLD them, and wait for the price to go up.... then you can sell.

No, the problem with people who believe that about faucets is that they forget that fact is true of all forms of acquiring bitcoins.

Mail me a $1 bill, and I'll send you $0.90 worth of bitcoins at the BitStamp exchange rate at the time the envelope arrives.  That will get you $0.90 worth of bitcoins.  But in the future "if the price of Bitcoin goes up" it will be worth more than $1! And since you received the entire $0.90 worth of bitcoins in a single transaction, you won't have to worry about the effect of the transaction fee.

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you can find forum that show way easy to earn bitcoin faucet. Cry
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Well said, Danny. But it seems you have made a typo in the following sentence.

Furthermore, since you'll have to pay a 10000 BTC transaction fee for every 5 payments that you received from the faucet

No one can afford a 10000 btc tx fee. Fortunately, it is going to cost you just 10000 satoshi. Grin

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November 11, 2014, 02:42:27 PM
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You might want to start small, and get a feel for BTC via faucets. I am currently using 5 x faucets and I get 100 000+ Satoshi per week.

It might sound like nothing, but it's good for a begginer. I am not even doing it a lot, so someone going into this, will show better results.

10 x faucets = 200 000 Satoshi per week
15 x faucets = 300 000 Satoshi per week

Use a faucet rotator.

Faucet payments are also at it's highest point now, with the BTC price being so low.

Use any of these sites.

BitcoinZebra --> http://faucet.bitcoinzebra.com


Freebitco.in --> http://http://freebitco.in

These two, pay +/- 500 to 600 Satoshi per hour up to $200 US if you really lucky, so it will put you on your road to some Bitcoins for now.

One of my downline refferals recently won 0.05527458 BTC and I got a percentage of that, so it did help him/her.

Good luck, and if you want more, BTC you might consider selling some kind of service or goods on the Market place on this forum here :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=52.0

Warning hidden referral links.  It is proper to include referral and non referral links.

An keep in mind with faucets its VERY low paying.  You would get more bitcoins by buying them.  Sell good or services.
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November 11, 2014, 03:57:04 PM
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Well it looks like it's 50% like and 50% don't like faucets..

Btw, it takes less time for me to enter a few captchas than search and find 46 beverage cans lol..
+ i already got a job, and guess what i'm using faucets @ job

I will stop arguing because I guess it's a personnal choice if you want to use em or not.. ?



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Faucets is almost the only way to start... when u get higher rank u can do signature campaign and then u will start earning some Btc

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November 11, 2014, 04:33:01 PM
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Well said, Danny. But it seems you have made a typo in the following sentence.

Furthermore, since you'll have to pay a 10000 BTC transaction fee for every 5 payments that you received from the faucet

No one can afford a 10000 btc tx fee. Fortunately, it is going to cost you just 10000 satoshi. Grin

Thanks.  I've fixed it.

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- snip -
Btw, it takes less time for me to enter a few captchas than search and find 46 beverage cans lol..
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Then you're looking in the wrong place (or your community is much better about recycling than mine).

Regardless, the point was that there are faster easier ways to get more bitcoins than faucets, but there aren't very many slower more difficult ways.

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November 11, 2014, 05:07:06 PM
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- snip -
Btw, it takes less time for me to enter a few captchas than search and find 46 beverage cans lol..
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Then you're looking in the wrong place (or your community is much better about recycling than mine).

Regardless, the point was that there are faster easier ways to get more bitcoins than faucets, but there aren't very many slower more difficult ways.

Yes my community is hot at recycling, + i don't want to go outside and search in the thrash to make money.. + winter is coming here.. it's already too cold outside..

You can say that faucets are slower i agree.. but difficult? come on, you can do it in the comfort of your house, open a webpage, answer a captcha and click ok.

You really find those tasks difficult??


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