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March 06, 2013, 02:18:08 PM
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Bitcrate is still down...  Huh
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March 06, 2013, 02:23:31 PM
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CoinAd is spinning its wheels.  Just showing the 'loading' graphic and never getting to any 'success' message.
Hmmm.. It's working for me.
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March 06, 2013, 02:32:21 PM
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Here is how this new lotto will work.  

If you are a newbie1 and you make a comment in this thread, even if it is just to say "thanks" or "hello", include a bitcoin address in the main
area of the post, or explicitly point to it in your signature ( don't PM me or make me search for it ), and I will number it and add it to a database.

Every time I do my check on these free bitcoin sites ( usually daily ) I will use a random number generator to pick one entry from that
database and use that address in the check of the sites for that particular day2.  

Your address will stay in the database and have a chance of being chosen in every draw ( usually daily ).
One address per account please. I will reply to your post to confirm that I have added it to the database.  

Make sure to submit an address that you will not be using in your own daily check of these sites or else it may be rejected by
many of these sites, if you happen to win, since most of these sites don't allow the same address to be submitted more than
once on the same day.


Here is the contents of the db so far ( This is an example of how it looks right now. I won't come back to this post to update this list
but just update the database itself ):

1 karlzt    1E9gnhT4DY1gPxDFNg1ptR3Z5RCzmGchJr
2 textish    1N8pBiXqLPD27y2v2od44PM7daLXsLqfde
3 jonflow   1JBXDbc5DEN65syn8xXfeeEZfWURZ1pL4
4 bachus   1o1zuero29orZxs8CsZ2Gzep5NPFT463a
5 KB5988   1EHozR4b2HWAfkGYp7kdcGEXyL82vbJZmR

If you aren't on that list and feel you should be I hope you will know how to get added.   Wink
If you are on the list and would like to be removed just let me know in this thread or by PM.

Any questions or suggestions?
 
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1 I will try not to be too strict in the definition of "newbie"... I hope something like common sense will prevail and someone who has been here
for months and posted hundreds of times will understand the spirit of this as being to welcome and help out new members of the community,
and so will not apply.

2 I won't use the chosen address in hourly checks of sites that give out BTC hourly. Just one check per site and if the site happens to be
down or rejects the address for any reason that will just be that address owner's bad luck... next time that address gets chosen, and there
is a good chance of that with so few entries so far, you may have better luck.  Also some sites do one time payouts or give out MTGox codes
or require sign-ups or downloads etc... I won't use the chosen address for sites like that.  

This contest may change or be discontinued at any time. I will try to announce ahead of time if something like that happens.  

thank you 14Arm2vJDLs35YHQawy1qX2DhtSt3uEhjd
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March 06, 2013, 02:46:43 PM
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CoinAd is spinning its wheels.  Just showing the 'loading' graphic and never getting to any 'success' message.
Hmmm.. It's working for me.

I can confirm, it is working for me as well. Coinad is also very fast loading pages now, we will see if it continue to be as fast under more load as users discover it is up  Cheesy
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March 06, 2013, 02:58:44 PM
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Could you please sign me up to the lotto?  Grin
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March 06, 2013, 03:03:29 PM
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ABitBack.com Earn points and cash by completing surveys, watching videos, trials, cashback on purchases, entering contests, quiz's, and games.

Register and complete 1 survey to receive a Free mBTC, Redeemable WEEKLY! Once you have completed 1 survey/offer you will earn 1 x mBTC as well as your original earning for completing the survey/offer. Redeemable each week! Come back each week to complete at least 1 offer to receive a mBTC to the address entered on registration. Payments are process daily including the free mBTC although this will change to weekly. Anyone can join and there are free offers for ALL COUNTRIES around the world.

To get started simply register and click on the 'OFFERS' tab and click one of the offerwalls. These offerwalls provide surveys and offers direct to you based on geo location, that way you will only get suitable offers and targeted surveys. I suggest clicking Offers > Paymentwall > Survey of the day. These surveys are nice, easy and a quick way to get started!

Current Rewards include - redeem Mt.Gox cash codes, paypal cash, amazon vouchers, steam codes, any type of voucher you want really. If there is a particular gift voucher you want, I'm sure I can get hold of one for you.


ABitBack.com - Shutdown due to Shiftcode gross negligence Domain for sale PM if interested
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March 06, 2013, 03:19:19 PM
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Bitcrate is empty.

DailyBtc scratch-off freezes at the "loading..." message when you press "Get Ticket."

~Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.~
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March 06, 2013, 03:33:38 PM
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dont go after free BTC. Beter yet - start mining
PYRAMINING is an easy and simple way to start.   Give it a try
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March 06, 2013, 03:36:17 PM
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please add me to the lotto thing
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March 06, 2013, 03:41:10 PM
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whoaa


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March 06, 2013, 03:46:33 PM
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good

1.76 GHps with 4x 5870 GPUs!
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March 06, 2013, 03:47:47 PM
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The more I read through these forums...the more I feel like an idiot for my previous post...fairly recurring.

Since I'm still approx 20 minutes out from completing my 4 hour needed requirement on here

Please add me!  

Thanks in advance!

Ripple:

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Please add more BTC here (my son will apprecciate it when he's older): 14WsxbeRcgsSYZyNSRJqEAmB1MKAzHhsCT
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March 06, 2013, 03:55:59 PM
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More often is cool in a way, but overall it's a bit of a pain to have to interrupt what I'm doing all the time to avoid missing my chance to get more. Larger prizes once a day or less is more convenient.

hey Smiley
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March 06, 2013, 04:20:02 PM
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Bitcrate is refilled.

All contributions gratefully received
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March 06, 2013, 04:43:28 PM
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It's only temporary.
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March 06, 2013, 04:54:01 PM
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CoinAd is spinning its wheels.  Just showing the 'loading' graphic and never getting to any 'success' message.
Hmmm.. It's working for me.

It's that spamming troll again.  Checking out the profile of these accounts shows an interesting pattern.  Someone it seems created a lot of sockpuppets a year ago but is just starting to use them now.  The person who created them seems to post in the same threads: this one by copying and re-posting old posts here; in the 'how much m/hs do you have' thread; in the 'count to 21 million with pictures' thread; and in the introduce yourself thread, often claiming to be a miner ( which is supported by the posts in the 'how much m/hs do you have' thread ) or someone looking to set up a bitcoin business.  In one case where he actually posted at the time of the sockpuppet creation a year ago he posted in the German subforum, speaking that language. /edit and another of his sockpuppets posted in the Italian subforum at the time of account creation.

Perhaps this might be useful information if he starts making trouble with all these sockpuppets.    Undecided

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Another thread he always posts in with his sockpuppets is the "trust no one thread" thread, always saying that is good advice and hinting that it is especially true for him.  The moderators may need to keep on eye on all these sockpuppets.  

Unfortunately, I guess one should not believe any of these reports about sites being down or being refilled etc. unless they come from, or are confrimed by, me or another non-newbie member.   Sad

I guess I should bookmark this post to point people to after those sockpuppets spread misinformation all over the place.

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March 06, 2013, 05:04:25 PM
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thank you 14Arm2vJDLs35YHQawy1qX2DhtSt3uEhjd

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Could you please sign me up to the lotto?  Grin

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please add me to the lotto thing

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whoaa


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Welcome!




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March 06, 2013, 05:07:43 PM
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Bitcrate still has some coins available to give away.

businessman Smiley
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March 06, 2013, 05:15:22 PM
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More often is cool in a way, but overall it's a bit of a pain to have to interrupt what I'm doing all the time to avoid missing my chance to get more. Larger prizes once a day or less is more convenient.

Bitcrate is refilled.

It's only temporary.

More sockpuppets from the same user.  Another thread he always posts in with his sockpuppets is the "trust no one thread" thread, always saying that is good advice and hinting that it is especially true for him.  The moderators may need to keep on eye on all these sockpuppets.  

Look another one showed up while I was typing this:

Bitcrate still has some coins available to give away.


Unfortunately, I guess one should not believe any of these reports about sites being down or being refilled etc. unless they come from, or are confrimed by, me or another non-newbie member.   Sad


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March 06, 2013, 05:18:43 PM
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Bitcrate currently empty.
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